Real Estate Domain Names Buy Domain Name for Real Estate Websites

Real Estate Domain Names Buy Domain Name for Real Estate Websites

buying real estate domains namesReal Estate Domain Names Buy Domain Name for Real Estate.  Buying a domain name for your real estate business or pleasure?  Choose carefully and do a lot of research before you buy a domain name, because there is a lot of power in a good domain name if you choose correctly.  A great domain name that is keyword rich can boost your online visibility and web SEO ranking.  Personally, I’m a big fan of the Internet and own over 200 domain names 60 of which are active websites or Blogs, and together they account for 100% of my business income.  Before I purchase a domain name, I create a notepad text file, and when I see something I like, I copy and paste the names and save them all together, and then I set them aside for a little while and mull them over.  After a while some names really stand out.  I think it is wise not to purchase a real estate domain name on impulse or whim. Over the years I have come up with a few rules I adhere to when buying a domain name, I’ve listed them below.

  • Brainstorm first and come up with lots of ideas – write them all down!
  • A domain names should be easy to spell and easy to remember.
  • A great domain name should relate to your business or audience.
  • It should not violate copyright laws.
  • Always buy a .Com for a website or Blog.
  • Branding – consider carefully the words that you need contained in the domain name.
  • Never buy a hyphenated domain name
  • Purchase keyword rich domain names – example: www.atlantageorgiahomes.com
  • The shorter the domain name the better
  • Never use numbers as a substitute for words example: www.homes4sale.com
  • For SEO purposes never buy a domain name that has your name if you are trying to sell homes.
  • Is the domain name easy to remember?
  • Purchase them at reputable sites: Godaddy, enom etc…
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  1. Hey Jim, glad I bump into your blog. I was brainstorming on real estate domain names. Umm…you mentioned you have over 200 domain names, 60 of which are active,; I’ll like to know if you hired people to maintain and update majority of your sites or you do this all by yourself?

    I currently have over 60 domain names, of which roughly 6 of them are developed as a website or blog, and I do all the necessary work myself which is quite over-whelming. So can you give me some suggestions on how to keep up with the pace?

    • First of all I do all the work myself. The Domains are all handled in one site (Godaddy.com) and I use an excel spreadsheet to manage them.

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