Generating Return On Investments In Domain Names

Domain names have become a hot commodity in the digital age. There are many reasons why investing in domains is great, but the simplest explanation is because competition over the Internet is dominating. While the Internet may seem like an endless sea of possibility, the room for colonization is shrinking and the right domain name is like a beacon on a dark night. Finding the right domain name can easily create a return on profits, with some domain transactions exceeding millions like the sale of Fly.com for $2.9 million or 01.com for $1.8 million in 2017. Even the day-to-day transactions give domain brokers a better ROI than other investments.

The right domain name will have low initial capital requirements, little maintenance costs and can produce income 24 hours a day through domain parking, redirections and search engine optimization. Domain name investments provide businesses with a unique way to establish online branding and produce high yield returns for diligent investors. Additionally, premium domain names have strong liquidity and can easily be transferred to new owners around the world through the help of DomainBrokers.org.

Investors interested in domain names need not worry about the complexity of the industry alone. At DomainBroker.org, we assist investors by analyzing the longevity of different types of domains as well as the prospective value over time. We can also sift through diversified holdings and suggest additional domains to purchase. Through our help, an investor can establish a strong domain portfolio that will provide ROI in the years to come.

Unlike traditional investment practices, domain name valuations can be very subjective compared to other commodities if the investor is not aware of all the aspects that are part of the analysis. As with all investments, risks are always present, but DomainBrokers.org offers the education investors need to have a better understanding of the domain world, which influences the decisions that lead to better investments.

Developing a short domain name

There are many factors that contribute to the value of a domain name. One of the most important factors is the length. When it comes to choosing the right domain name, the shorter the name, the higher the value.

The two most common ways that users arrive to websites is through search engines like Google or Bing or by directly typing the name into their web browser. Businesses do better on the Internet when users commit their domain name to memory. After the initial cost of starting a website, the costs of maintaining a website involve building SEO competition and marketing. The length of a domain name will impact the effectiveness of the SEO and help later costs of maintaining a website.

When a user goes to the address bar to enter in a url, it’s called type-in traffic. These users are not just finding a website through an ad or search engine, they know where they want to go because they remember the domain name. It’s easier for visitors to remember short, simple words like “dog” as opposed to more complex descriptions like “Canis lupus familiaris,” which is why domain names that are simpler receive much higher traffic than domains with longer names. Type-ins lead to repeat visits and more business.

Just because the domain name needs to be simple, doesn’t mean the process of choosing the right name is going to be easy. Constructing a valuable domain name that will have a good SERP takes time and effort. Check out Search Engine Land’s Periodic Table of SEO Ranking Factors, www.searchengineland.com/seotable to see what factors one needs to consider for a domain name.

The bottom line is that even if people can’t remember a particular brand or everything about a business, as long as they can remember the domain name, they can do business. Businesses can save money in their marketing budgets in the future if they choose a memorable, valuable domain at the start. The shortest domain names are definitely the most liquid assets in the domain investment world. Some of the biggest domain names are ones that consist of only two characters, like FB.com by Facebook, GM.com by General Motors and PG.com by Proctor & Gamble. Shorter domain names are also much more favorable to mobile users, which is important because the majority of web traffic is now done through mobile devices.

 

DomainBroker.org brokers another successful transaction

DomainBroker.org recently brokered the sale of SelfEmployedMortgage.com to a retail mortgage broker specializing in mortgage financing for self-employed individuals. The end user is now successfully using the domain to increase organic traffic to its website and generate leads.

Its 20 years in the domain industry gives DomainBroker.org the ability to offer owners and buyers its experience in the following areas:

Valuation services: Determining fair market value is important to both parties to a successful transaction. DomainBroker.org uses its experience and knowledge of the industry to accomplish the goals of buyers and sellers.

Branding expertise: Expert advice and guidance about branding and domain name selection makes it easier for buyers to find and commit to the acquisition of domain that is right for their business.

Privacy protection: DomainBroker.org can ensure negotiations focus on the domain and not the identity of the parties by guaranteeing anonymity.

DomainBroker.org brings together buyers and sellers of quality domains. Its goal is for end users to find and acquire a domain that will enhance their online marketing and grow their business.