Stocks & Options

Large Stock Brokers Now Offering Futures Trading Large Stock Brokers Now Offering Futures Trading

Within the past 10-years of so retail traders and investors began to trade options... 

Catch a Trending Market with Charts & W D Gann Catch a Trending Market with Charts & W D Gann

This commodity futures trading methodology originates with the KISS (Keep It Simple... 

Simple Way To Predict Market Turning Points Simple Way To Predict Market Turning Points

A Simple Way To Predict Market Turning Points (and impress your friends) –... 

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Real Estate & MLS

What This Site is About: The Categories & Subjects What This Site is About: The Categories & Subjects

Some of our site visitors may be wondering or asking what this website is about?... 

Insights For Search Predicts Real Estate Collapse Insights For Search Predicts Real Estate Collapse

In the past we have posted several times about how financial market traders can use... 

Maybe the U.S. Housing Market has Bottomed-Out? Maybe the U.S. Housing Market has Bottomed-Out?

This could be the great news everyone is waiting for regarding our incredibly bad... 

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Featured Articles

Long Email Address & Lower Quality Ext Negativity Long Email Address & Lower Quality Ext Negativity

I get lots of spam every day. Upon a quick review, most all of it goes quickly in to the trash folder. However, there was something that sounded interesting about this offer involving the somewhat unique service being offered and it’s low cost and the seller saying he will not charge for the service until after delivery of the product and buyer... [Read more of this review]

Type-in Domain Cost is a Bargain vs In-Print Ads Type-in Domain Cost is a Bargain vs In-Print Ads

I often hear secondary-market domain sales and names referred to as “powerful” or “expensive”. Not all domains are powerful of course.. And why exactly are the powerful ones considered powerful? Well.. As I’ve explained previously if you buy a good, meaningful, generic domain which garners some measure of organic type-in traffic for nothing... [Read more of this review]

Screwed-up TV News Reporting Screwed-up TV News Reporting

I noticed a number of incidents of flawed or screwed-up reporting on the TV news shows lately. Below are two stupid reporting examples from today’s NBC News Today Show. At 7:15 am Dec 31 Andrea Canning reported about the viral video of the man who fell through the thin ice that a dozen good-samaritans went in the water to help rescue the man.... [Read more of this review]

Hart to Hart by Frank Schilling Hart to Hart by Frank Schilling

I’ve been watching lots of 1970’s TV lately. My kids really dig those easy-to-follow storylines and I love the trip down memory lane. What’s most interesting from a grown-up’s perspective is how the value of money has changed over the passage of time. A million used to be a big number in the days when Jonathan Hart flew his Gulfstream II to... [Read more of this review]

Diverse Portfolio of Health & Wellness Domains Diverse Portfolio of Health & Wellness Domains

Just wanted to let anyone who may be interested in acquring health domain names and websites that our health, wellness & disease portfolio of domains and websites is for sale. It’s said to be the best large and diverse portfolio of targeted traffic health domains available. More information can be found at HealthWebsites.org, or listed... [Read more of this review]

Death Threats via a DDOS Attack Death Threats via a DDOS Attack

Hi all, Some of you may or may not be aware that for the last 10 days my blog, Whizzbangsblog.com, has been down due to a consistent DDOS attack. The reason for the attack was directly due to my articles on people that are committing fraud in the domain industry by pumping bad traffic through domains, purchasing parking accounts and stealing good domain... [Read more of this review]

Nobody on The Road… Nobody on The Beach… Nobody on The Road… Nobody on The Beach…

Written by Frank Schilling There is something about the end of summer that feels so very similar every year. The end of summer, of fun and frivolity always comes at the same time and echoes, like the lyrics from a Don Henley song. Aptly named “Labor Day” is like a starter’s pistol at a collective social race that has been programmed to begin through... [Read more of this review]

Low Price .US Domains are Getting Flipped a Lot Low Price .US Domains are Getting Flipped a Lot

Over a year ago we decided to let expire more than 50 mostly bad or dubious value letter dot-us names that we had been holding since as long as the year 2002 when most of them were acquired. We dropped them due to no traffic or income, plus poor acronym use potential. It has been quite interesting watching the majority if not all of that group sold,... [Read more of this review]

Traffic/Revenue Doesn’t Matter in High Value Sales Traffic/Revenue Doesn’t Matter in High Value Sales

A question we have always wondered about is why at Flippa.com it seems buyers place great value on website traffic and revenue stats, with little if any intrinsic value for the domain-name itself? However, with the just announced big sale by Rick Schwartz (DomainKing) for 4 million dollars plus stock for the two domains property.com and properties.com,... [Read more of this review]

20k visits but revenue so low can’t buy a Starbucks! 20k visits but revenue so low can’t buy a Starbucks!

Since the start of the major decline in parking page revenue over the past 4 years or so there have been several examples of poor performance from some major players. However, the current performance of a relatively obscure provider with a big company behind them is almost impossible to believe the stats could be true! For example, look at the stats... [Read more of this review]

Sometimes Surprisingly Poor Results from Tweets Sometimes Surprisingly Poor Results from Tweets

Based on my own Tweeting I have discovered we usually get from 5 to 15 visits going to the link in my Tweets, within 15-minutes of the Tweet time, based on having just a little over 1,000 followers. However, sometimes after 15-min of third-party Tweets (who link to my site) from websites who have far more followers (ranging from about 5,000 all the... [Read more of this review]

Yahoo: All .US Country Code Names Poor Quality! Yahoo: All .US Country Code Names Poor Quality!

A very interesting subject on the-web is that ALL .US extension domains are banned by the Yahoo feed under the title of Quality Block. Several pay-per-click parking firms who use the Yahoo PPC feed have confirmed that to be correct, and said yes, Yahoo thinks every single .us domain must be poor quality and thus are banned. Isn’t that an incredible... [Read more of this review]

What is the SEO Value of No Anchor Text in Links? What is the SEO Value of No Anchor Text in Links?

This is regarding anchor text in a link and is also applicable to websites which sell links. Of course, website owners and html programmers realize the importance of having “anchor text” in a link which appears on the page before the closing tag but the issue is regarding the effect of “not” using any visible anchor text. For... [Read more of this review]

Property.com/Properties.com vs Buying a New TLD Property.com/Properties.com vs Buying a New TLD

Breaking News: Rick Schwartz sells Property.com & Properties.com for $4 million plus stock. Of course, congrats to Rick on his latest amazing domain sales. That great domain name sale got me seriously thinking about something I have been dwelling on for a long time, which is the potential impact of the new gtlds, which will be coming online as... [Read more of this review]

Does Domain Development Help Domain Value? Does Domain Development Help Domain Value?

Assuming a minisite page and ad content is targeted to the domain keywords I don’t believe a minisite will be an overall negative. With that said, a site will also likely not increase the domain value. However, a benefit to the minisite is your domain can slowly grow its traffic thanks to SEO work but a parked page will not. As far as domain revenue... [Read more of this review]

CeilingVent.com common home product domain CeilingVent.com common home product domain

A ceiling vent and fan is found in bathrooms and kitchens in most all homes and offices. Sometimes they need replacing and people search the web to buy a ceiling vent. You can make an offer or buy CeilingVent.com now by clicking-on the picture below:  Read More →

Category defining: CorporateCommunications.com Category defining: CorporateCommunications.com

The category defining name to own if you are in the corporate communications business. Owned since 1999. Sharp price reduction: For more details and to possibly buy or make an offer please click-on the picture below… This name was verbally valued at approxiamtely 500k to 600k by a domain broker in 2009 who now works as a broker for a major domain... [Read more of this review]

Major Dilution to Existing .tld extensions i.e. .net Major Dilution to Existing .tld extensions i.e. .net

We have been writing for some time about the massive dilution to the current major domain name extensions which will be caused by the anticipated vast number of new gtld’s expected to be introduced starting in 2012. As an example of dilution, we will discuss the long-time well known dot-net extension. It’s always played 2nd fiddle to the... [Read more of this review]

Major Bear Market Expected for Geo Domains Major Bear Market Expected for Geo Domains

Starting next year unlimited numbers of new domain extensions are scheduled to be sold and some will be up and running. We always assumed major brands such as .sears .apple .microsoft .hp .godaddy .ibm and many others would want to own their own extension, not necessarily to sell domains but for their own product, use and branding. Now I am hearing... [Read more of this review]

Good News! FTC Launches Investigation of Google Good News! FTC Launches Investigation of Google

IT’S ABOUT TIME! The Federal Trade Commission is preparing to serve Google with legal subpoenas, starting a major antitrust investigation of Google. The U.S. FTC will be investigating if Google has abused its dominating market position to suppress competition. The new FTC investigation of Google is likely setting off serious alarm bells at Google... [Read more of this review]

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