- Paperback: 166 pages
- Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub (11 December 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1541053559
- ISBN-13: 978-1541053557
- Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1 x 22.9 cm
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Jerome Robertson begins by introducing himself and his experience with domain names. In each chapter, he describes the process of buying (and later, registering and transferring) domain names, starting with what they are, why they can be profitable, and how to know what may be and may not be a good purchase. He explains the different types of domains available (.com, .org, etc.), and gives personal wisdom on what he knows to be successful.
I really like that the author broke up his chapters into outlines and lists, which makes the book easier to follow and flip back to pages for reference. I also liked that he had little end notes with definitions and further explanations.
My only complaint is that I purchased the Kindle version, and some of the outlines and endnotes were cut off which appeared to be from formatting issues, but it may have been my Kindle, and this is not enough for me to lower the rating of my review.
Truly, I thought this would be a basic guideline about domain names, and while I have much more research to do, I feel confident and capable of profiting from domain names; an area that I would have never considered dipping my toes in before picking up this short but informative book. Kudos to Mr. Robertson, and I look forward to learning more and getting involved in the profitable world of domains.
while people and the world is moving more to the internet and to do everything
‘online’ there is one thing that remains unchanged: presentation.
Presentation is everything, it has to capture the attention and the eye of the
consumer without giving too much information, so they access to their domain,
see if something catches their interest and click to buy it. Innovation is always
welcome that is not a lie, but nowadays people care more about the surface
rather than the actual content or if they actually ‘deliver’ so the name is
Before, the idea of making money online was like a dream, and now, more and
more people move to their computers looking for projects or websites to work,
every extra income is welcome, especially with this economy, and for those who
work hard and are really lucky, can launch their own websites but, again, it all
starts with the name of your domain and presentation.
Why I make so much emphasis on ‘name’ and ‘presentation’? Because this
book covers pretty much everything you need to know and have in mind to start
all of this, it’s always up to you on how much you want to succeed and earn,
and now there is a guide for that, so if you are interested, give it a try, it is worth