Wouldn’t you love to register a domain name for as little as $2 or $3 and sell them quickly for hundreds even thousands of dollars?

Watch over his shoulder as Gene Pimentel shares with you his best strategies, systems and “tricks of the trade” in the Domain Flipping Business, EVERY Single Day.

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Domain Flipping is more profitable than ever before — IF you know the closely guarded secrets and tricks of the trade.

After over a decade as a successful domainer, Gene is finally revealing ALL of his secret strategies for profiting with domains.

He holds NOTHING back.
You will have access to everything he knows about turning simple, inexpensive domain names into hundreds, and even thousands of dollars EACH.

Here Are Just Some of the Training Topics:

  1. The secret to EASILY finding highly marketable domains.How and where to find the BEST buyers for your domains.
  2. How to sell your domains without ever seeing or speaking with your buyer
  3. How to determine the value of your domain, and how to price it correctly
  4. How to be absolutely safe in every transaction, especially when collecting larger sums of money.
  5. How to find HOT domains that already have traffic and lots of quality backlinks
  6. Sneaky tricks to use when a buyer wants to negotiate the price
  7. How to buy new .COM domains for as little as $1, every day
  8. How to manage all your domains with a super slick software application
  9. How to almost FORCE your prospective buyer to be anxious to buy
  10. The BEST domain registrars to use (this is vital!)
  11. How to avoid the HUGE mistakes that most domain sellers make
  12. How to INSTANTLY give your buyer full ownership of the domain with ZERO hassle
  13. How to make all of your domains pay for themselves, passively, until they sell
  14. How to create a ‘bidding war’ between prospective buyers
  15. How to GRAB the hottest expiring domains every day before others do
  16. How to generate a full time, mostly passive income from your domains
    and Much, Much, MUCH More! (In fact, HUNDREDS More ‘Must Know’ Topics)

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Domain Flipping: Advanced Tips and Techniques

When you think of domain flipping what kind of time-span do you associate with it? Are you flipping domains like Bruce Lee or doing a slow somersault in quick-sand? Many aspiring domain flippers buy up domains of interest and hold on to them, inevitably renewing each year in the hopes that the right buyer will come along.

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By actively building your online presence and dedicating time to proven online marketing and sales techniques you can start selling domain names more frequently.

In this article, I will share tips and techniques that have benefited me in the past and continue to provide great outlets for selling domains today.

Personal Branding


An important starting point for domain flipping is to have a legitimate identity. Nobody truly wants to do business with an anonymous person. If you can own your name online I highly recommend it; MarkFulton.com is one of my most prized possessions. Create a website and interlink your social profiles as a platform to build your personal brand identity.


After setting up your identity on the web my next recommendation would be to begin blogging. This can either be at your personal web page or a new company page or brand identity. Write a few posts about topics related to your domains, the domains themselves, post a sale, share some news; the point is to get original content indexed and have an outlet to advertise and accept inquiries.

Email List Building

With your blog setup, now is a great time to setup an email list and start capturing verified emails. Offer an incentive whether it be blog updates,  domain deals, a free download or eBook. Use a dedicated newsletter management service such as MailChimp that will not only let you send out your blog updates, but email your list directly and track conversions.


There are millions of people who buy domain names, build websites and start online ventures who are not exactly involved in domain industry circles. Network with fellow domainers on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, then spend some time branching out to related industries. Connect and engage with people you are sure know what a domain name is and maybe even own a few already.

Keyword Niche Marketing

A popular, albeit dated, domain flipping tactic is to market to small businesses, blogs and on forums associated with the keywords in a domain.

I don’t recommend commenting on blogs, posting on an excessive number of forums or spamming business owners. These practices can leave a permanent record of your domain sale and are usually not effective. Alternatively, you can target hashtags or keywords on Twitter using InboxQ.

Domain Forum Engagement

After you’ve checked out some of the niche forums, don’t forget we are flipping domains after-all. If you are confident that your asking price is reasonable enough for fellow resellers, compose a sales thread on NamePros and DNForum ($50 membership) for one of the easiest and fastest methods of domain flipping.

Domain Auctions

The right auction both online and offline can provide good exposure to your domain sale. You’ll have the most success here with well-aged domain names. Consider submitting your domains to some of the leading free domain marketplaces, live domain auction events or online auctions such as Flippa and Cax.com for a great opportunity to flip domains.


Spending a little money to advertise a sale can pay off for the right domain names. Consider creating a banner or text advertisement campaign to feature on a high-traffic destination to get targeted exposure. Google AdSense and Facebook Ads are cheap and could spark a sale.

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100% Unique 15 Powerful Yet Simple Blogging Tricks and Tips To Help Grow Your Blog In Record Time


So you decided to create a blog.  You posted your first article and waited for the money to start rolling in.

Quickly you found out that blogging is much more than writing blog posts!

This article will share 15 powerful yet extremely simple blogging tricks and tips that will grow your audience in record time.

Best of all, you can start implementing them today!

Blogging Trick # 1 – Use Yoast SEO



There are many search engine plugins that will optimize your blog posts for your keywords.  Yoast SEO is one of the best.

It is very easy to use. It will give you suggestions to improve the on page SEO of your post.

Once you complete the suggestions, a green dot will appear next the suggestion.

Here’s an example:


Try to get a “green light” for all the suggestions for you post.  Also target “highly searched but low competition keywords” for your posts.

Blogging Trick # 2 – Take Advantage Of The Comment Luv Plugin


Use Yoast SEO for your “one page” SEO.  For your backlinks, take advantage of the Comment Luv plugin.

If you have Comment Luv installed, it will work simultaneously with other blogs that also have the Comment Luv plugin installed.

When you make a comment on one of the blogs, Comment Luv will display a link to your latest blog post under your comment.

If you share your comment via one of the social media links like facebook or twitter, Comment Luv will give you more blog posts to link to.

Even though these links are not the strongest links there are, over time they will help with improving the search traffic to your posts.

Someone might also click directly to your blog post from the link in your comments.

You can get traffic just by leaving good comments on other blogs.

Here is a list of over 100 Blogs that use Comment Luv.

Blogging Trick #3 – Always Use The Active Voice


Always use the active voice vs. passive voice in your writing.  It makes it easier for your audience to read.

This sounds technical so let’s explain with an example.

This is passive voice: “You will want to write in the active voice.”

This is active voice: “Always write in the active voice.”

Notice how that is straight to the point and much easier to read?

Blogging Trick #4 – Leave Plenty Of Whitespace


Big long paragraphs are intimidating to read.  Break them up into just a few sentences.

Even have some one sentence paragraphs like this.

You might make enemies with your English teacher but you are not writing for her anymore.  Do whatever you can to make the reading easier for your audience.

Blogging Trick # 5 – Shorten Your Sentences


Here’s a long sentence:

“Here is a perfect example of a sentence that is longer than it needs to be and it makes it harder for your audience to comprehend.”

Shorten it like this:

“This is an example of a long sentence.”

It still conveys the same meaning if we cut out unnecessary words like “perfect” and change phrases like “a sentence that is longer than it needs to be.”

Also note that we’ve already talked about making the text easier to read.  This is already implied, so you can leave out phrases like “because it makes it harder for your audience to read.”

This might have been a wordy explanation but Keep It Simple and Short.

You may want to occasionally add extra words or make the paragraphs longer for a sense of flow but in general keep it as short as possible.

Blogging Trick #6 – Keep Notes On Your Phone pen-2613029_640.png

Your best blogging ideas will not come while you are at your computer.  They will happen when you are in the grocery store, while you are commuting and many other odd times during the day.

Use an app like “Evernote” to quickly note these “random” ideas during the day.

You can even have a small pocket notebook and pen but make sure you capture these random gems during the day so you don’t forget them.

Blogging Trick #7 – Spend A Lot Of Time On Your Main Picture


Always use a main picture for post sharing.  You’ve spent a lot of time creating your article, don’t skimp and just post any picture.

Find one that really stands out.  Add text to the photo.  Add a border.

You may even want to outsource and have this done by someone on Fiverr.

People will notice this when your article gets shared, so make sure it stands out!

Blogging Trick #8 – Become A Master At Writing Headlines


The headline is the most important part of your article.  It will determine whether or not someone reads your article.

Pay attention to the headlines of the articles you read and find out what grabbed your attention.

Study articles on how to write better headlines.  This is one skill that is worth learning.

One site that has great headlines to model is ViralNova.

Blogging Trick #9 – Collect Emails


You always want collect emails.  You site needs more than a “sign up for updates” link.

You want to create a lead magnet.  PLR reports are good to use but if you can create your own “freebie” it is even better.

Have an optin form in your sidebar and always have a link to your squeeze page at the bottom of every article.

Consider a popup.  Everyone hates them but they work.  You can play it safe or you can use a popup and get the most subscribers.

Every time you write an article, notify your list and get instant traffic.

To help you manage your list as well as automate the process of contacting them, and are among the best third party autoresponders out there.

If you would rather pay once, instead of monthly, there’s a new player in town called InboxingPro.

InboxingPro helps members build their email lists and uses a special system to ensure emails get delivered to subscribers’ inboxes, rather than spam boxes.

, before it starts charging monthly.

Blogging Trick #10 – Pick A Sub-Niche In A Niche


Being a big fish in a small pond is better to start than being a little fish in a big pond.

Don’t pick a general niche like internet marketing as there is way too much competition.

Instead pick a sub-niche.  For instance choose social media, email marketing, copywriting etc…

You could even pick a sub-niche in a sub-niche.  For instance instead of social media, you could choose twitter or facebook.

It is better to become an expert first in a sub-niche and then work your way up to becoming an expert in the general niche.

Blogging Trick #11 – Get Hosting Which Gives You More Than Hosting Each Month


Most bloggers pay for hosting with the big names like Bluehost and Hostgator and they only get hosting.

You can pay for hosting and get much more than hosting, thanks to .

And what’s best is that you can pay monthly, rather than yearly.

It even allows you to pay monthly and gives you much more than hosting.

You get hosting as well as paid traffic and many other extras as bonuses each and every month.

Blogging Tip # 12 – Be Consistent


Blogging is a relationship and every relationship thrives on consistency.  Make a commitment to the amount of times you will blog.

Even if it is just every two weeks, make a commitment to publish a new article every two weeks. Set it on your calendar and do it!

Blogging Tip #13 – Have A Template


Always have a template to follow when you write a new article.

Here are some suggestions:

  • Create the best possible headline

  • Have a main image that draws people in

  • Have an opening story that encourages people to read further

  • Make sure the post is scannable… Lots of white space and bullets… Plenty of subheadings

  • Create a summary

  • Close with a great question that encourages people to comment

Blogging Trick #14 – Don’t Quit


The most important mindset in blogging is to never give up.  The gurus will make it sound a lot easier than it is because easy sells.

If you are not making $1,000 dollars a month within 30 days, don’t give up.  This is an unrealistic expectation.

However, if you are consistent you can make $1,000 a month maybe in a year.

You WILL make mistakes but they are ways of teaching you what not to do.  You might not get the results you want but keep on trying.

Eventually you WILL l get it.  Often the people that are successful are just the ones who stuck it out.

So have realistic expectations and make a commitment to yourself that no matter what you will not quit.

For more reasons why you shouldn’t give up, check out this amazing article right here on Kingged:

Blogging Trick #15 – Start Selling From Day 1


You don’t have to wait for many months or years to start selling on your blog. If you want to achieve success in record time, it’s ideal to start selling from the first day.

Yes, I know you most probably won’t have your own product to start selling, that’s not a problem.

You can start selling PLR products as yours and take 100% of the money you make.

That’s the beauty with PLR products. They help bloggers make money quickly, without spending days, weeks or even months creating their own products.

One of the best PLR membership sites to get products from right now is .

You not only get products to use and resell as yours, but you also get hosting for life and autoresponder for life, as bonuses.


Thanks For Reading

Thank you for taking the time to read my article.  As a way of saying “thank you,” I’d like to offer you a free copy of “Down & Dirty Copywriting Secrets Proven To Get Results!”


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Thanks for reading and have an awesome day!



Anyone who depended on free facebook organic prominence, expecting it to last, must be new to the Internet marketing industry :)

On January 11, Mark Z shared that Facebook will show “less public content like posts from businesses, brands, and media” in your newsfeed. There’s been an onslaught of complaints from publishers, brands, journalists and other invested players. From a FB user perspective, less publisher content may be a good thing. Lots of FB users want to see more content from their friends.

Yet ANOTHER conversation about lost organic prominence is a tempest in a teapot, a non-starter, so boring we barely noticed.

For Facebook the company, this is a big and necessary step to retain users and attract new ones. Management knows what they’re doing. Putting the friendship back in Facebook was perhaps a matter of life or slow death as FB walks a thin line. The move has already cost FB serious stock devaluation, at least short term (it will likely rebound, so now might be the time to buy).

Publishers whose undies are currently bunched up over recent (and upcoming) traffic losses, may not have been paying much attention to the Internet all these years…same organic sinkhole, new year.  It’s kind of a blood sport to watch publishers scramble to replace traffic lost. Yes, it’s true. Free Facebook distribution for publishers is neutered, even to their followers. However, distress concerning lost organic publisher traffic is neither new nor news.

If we’ve learned one thing over the years, don’t depend on free traffic from any channel long-term. Why? For the history of the Internet, most every search and social channel, platform, community, engine and network that previously provided free (organic) social distribution took that prominence away – replacing free with paid ad units, often similar to previous organic units.

Facebook started major feed changes with an organic-content-smackdown early, as it prepared for that infamous IPO. Organic reduction was a perfect storm, in a good way for Facebook. FB needed to make money. Massive user-count meant there simply was not enough room in the newsfeed for every user to see all content from pages liked or even friends. Users and marketers were pissed.

Organic Impressions Decline as Paid Increases

By the fall of 2011, even as I was writing Killer Facebook Ads, marketers already noticed a profound drop in free Facebook company page post distribution, correlating to new visibility of rapidly growing Facebook Ads prominence. This graph from the same blog post  clearly revealed FB’s metered organic visibility decline, in favor of radical advertising prioritization. FB wanted more money pre-IPO.

Marketers not schooled in Internet history were crushed, having spent large between 2007 and 2011, building up Facebook likes ostensibly to grock free customer distribution lists. A main goal of Facebook marketing in those days was posting on a company page and having all or most followers see it.

In 2012, Aimclear published a blog post entitled, Undressing The Secret Of Facebook: Paid Organic Is The New Black,” and I quote: “Goodbye, pure Facebook EdgeRank organic tactics. Hello, pay-through-your-nostrils-rank! Professional Facebook marketers have felt a distinct change coming on for months. Here’s the bad news first: It’s getting much harder to drive organic impressions in the newsfeed.” Since then publishers have been feeding on organic prominence scraps, with many brands becoming addicted. You see, at Facebook’s scale, even scraps can send notable traffic. Now FB is reducing the scraps.

By 2013, EdgeRank, FB’s organic algorithm, which prioritized content in your Facebook feed, had essentially been replaced by a more complex feed ranking formula, taking into account more than 100 variables.  Free FB prominence for publishers was an endangered species. Over the next four years, publishers enjoyed relative equilibrium with transient increases and decreases and even an uptick in news.

Facebook was, and is now dealing with the same riddle other major Internet players have been trying to navigate since the 90s – how to balance user retention/diminishing engagement with revenue. AltaVista invented paid search with keyword triggers for banner ads, became Overture and then Yahoo PPC.  Google and YouTube were able to pivot from free to paid models. MySpace didn’t make the cut because advertising units were crap and didn’t work well for marketers. StumbleUpon, del.ico.us, Digg, MyBlogLog and a cornucopia of graveyard also-rans failed to scale from organic to paid models. Just look where these channels are today – either dead and buried or mostly irrelevant.

Notable exceptions to the rule are Reddit and Craigslist, which seemingly flourish with lavish user engagement, but not necessarily plush in revenue compared to other players.

Here are the most important takeaways and steps to take:

  • We’d have to be nuts to depend long-term on any channel’s free traffic, without planning how to buy the traffic from the same source later. That’s like ceding Facebook controlling equity in your firm.
  • Finding free channels to feed your business is a high stakes game of Whack a Mole. Treat it as such or you might trash your business.
  • On the Internet, free lunch is only for the rare radically clever content marketer. Create content to take the world by storm. It’ll be all over Facebook for free, even without ads.
  • Everyone else, get out your wallet and buy FB traffic with organic-feeling ads driven by an editorial calendar as others have for years.
  • Facebook is still awesome, the intersection of paid and earned social media, the epicenter of the psychographic targeting universe. Paid FB works well, even for mediocre content that serves a purpose.
  • Take inventory of all free traffic sources and plan for the day when the channel generating the traffic decides to monetize.
  • Consider focusing free traffic initiatives on social channels such as Reddit, which have demonstrated a commitment (or need) to remaining mostly organic and survivd.

All this is not to say that free prominence is not important. It is. Marketers still should include organic search and social marketing in the mix as appropriate. Using your personal FB account to keep business/social relationships makes a lot of sense. In my case, the majority of personal friends are from business.

However, anyone who depends on free Facebook or any-channel organic prominence for business, expecting it to last, must be new to the internet marketing grind.

Hell, this is the same media conundrum publishers faced before the Internet, as newspapers pondered the balance of ads, news, obituaries, local sports and human-interest stories.

At Aimclear we’ve been preaching and practicing the concept of “paid organic” feeling social ad units since 2011 to great success. There are ways to buy Facebook ads with first touch costing as low as $.01 cent, literally. If you want your traffic back for inexpensive aggregate, attributable costs just pony up the loot and bring some skills. FB media spend won’t cost much in the overall scheme of things and can often result in generating many more brand searches, which after all is one of the ultimate marketing goals.

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How to Use Guest Blogging as Part of Your Content Strategy

Guest blogging is a content marketing strategy whereby you pen blog posts for a website that is not your own.

Why would you want to do that?

Because guest blogging provides you with the opportunity to share your voice, your thoughts and most importantly your brand with new audiences.

The Benefits of Guest Blogging

There are two main benefits of guest blogging. The first, as we’ve just touched upon, is that you will get immediate exposure to an audience that you wouldn’t normally have access to. This can be of huge benefit if you manage to persuade a major site to publish your material and indeed can be a real traffic driver back to your own website.

The second benefit is social proof. Since that major site with thousands (or even hundreds of thousands) of fans to please is allowing you to publish an article on their site, they are giving you and your business their firm stamp of approval. They’re saying to their audience that you and your content meets their high standards.

Indeed, when it comes to guest blogging, it’s of vital importance that you keep your standards high. Your aim is to showcase your company’s area of expertise to the world, and particularly put the spotlight on the author as an industry thought leader. Only with well-written, well-researched and highly thought-provoking pieces will you achieve your guest blogging aim – to reach online users who aren’t familiar with your brand and draw them towards your website to learn more.

As such, guest posts (or off-site thought leadership content assets) sit right at the top of the funnel – right where the buyer’s journey begins.

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Guest Blogging Success Stories

The most famous example of a company which had success with guest posting is of course Buffer. Buffer is a social media management app that seemed to burst out of nowhere about seven years ago – first there was nothing, then it seemed as if everyone was using this cool new tool to schedule their social posts.

The key to Buffer’s overnight success was a guest blogging strategy. CEO Leo Widrich knew that the only way to spread the word about Buffer on a low budget was to get his app in front of engaged audiences – and so he wrote about it. Everywhere.  

In fact, over a nine-month period, Widrich wrote approximately 150 guest posts and earned 100,000 new users for the BufferApp for his efforts. Amazing.

More recently, Silvio Porcellana – CEO and founder of Mob.is.it (a tool that helps agencies and businesses build native apps and mobile websites) – found similar success with a similar tactic.

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Last year, Porcellana realised that his website wasn’t getting enough search traffic. And so he turned to guest blogging. Penning 44 posts over a period of five months, he managed to increase his company’s exposure, boost his website’s search traffic by 20%, and increase his Domain Authority (DA) by a whole five points – that’s impressive.

How to Use Guest Blogging as Part of Your Content Strategys

Building guest blogging into your content marketing strategy is essentially a six step process. The major difficulty comes in trying to persuade a third-party website to accept your blog for publication – after all, the purpose of a guest post is to subtly promote your business, whereas the host site is mainly concerned with its own promotion.

However, if you write great content, get the pitch just right and remember to add value to the host company’s website and not just your own, guest blogging can be a great and hugely rewarding content marketing tactic.

Let’s take a look at the six steps.

Step 1 – Identify Guest Blogging Opportunities

You’re really looking for two things here. First, you need to find sites that are relevant to your niche or industry, and therefore carry a following that will be interested in what you have to say. Second, major publications – such as Huffington Post, Entrepreneur, TechCrunch, etc. – that accept guest posts.

Start with a Google search, including the keywords “guest post”, “guest blogging”, “accepting guest posts”, or “guest post guidelines” in your search query and see what comes up.

Make a list of target sites, and then move onto the next step.

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Step 2 – Select Your Topics

When guest blogging, your post will have to match the host site’s output and its audience’s interests. Unfortunately, this means that you won’t be able to get away with penning a post entitled “10 Reasons Why My Business Is Brilliant”– no one is going to accept that.

Instead, the idea is to find a topic that would interest the host site’s existing audience, write a blog that brings some new ideas to the conversation and then very subtly match it all up with what your business offers.

In fact, you might need to steer clear of mentioning your business at all in the actual post (depending on the site’s guest post guidelines) – which is fine, so long as you will be the named author, and can include a link back to your website in the author bio section.

Step 3 – Pitch Time

Now you need to approach the host site with your guest blogging idea.

Buffer CEO Widrich gives an example of an email pitch he used when he was landing all those guest post slots that skyrocketed Buffer into an overnight success.

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Notice how it’s important to keep things brief. Introduce yourself, pay a small compliment, state your intention, mention how it will benefit the host site’s readership, provide a title, link to existing work, and sign off.

Step 4 – Follow Up

If you don’t get a response, you’ll need to follow-up your initial email – though leave it a week or so before you do.

You don’t want to pester anyone, but you of course need to know either way if your guest post idea is being considered. If you still don’t get a response, try once again with a different topic. If that still fails, you’ll just have to let the publication go for the time being.

Step 5 – Get Writing!

Once your idea has been accepted, it’s time to start writing!

Well – almost. Make sure you’ve got all the details you need from the editor to begin – deadline, word count, rules on links, etc.

Now you just need to be sure that you pen a brilliant, thought-provoking piece of content, finish it off with a great guest bio, and hopefully you should steer plenty of traffic back to your website.

Step 6 – Promote

Many sites accept guest posts because they benefit both parties. The host site knows that if they publish your post, you’re going to work hard to promote it far and wide – so make sure you do.

Go for it on every social network, and be sure to engage with anyone who likes it, shares it, or leaves a comment.

Over To You

Those are the basics of using guest blogging as part of your content marketing strategy. Essentially, the purpose is to give your business greater exposure to larger swathes of internet users. By putting well-written content in front of new audiences, you’ll draw a proportion directly back to your website – so you’ll need to think about guest blogging as an ongoing endeavour. One guest post on one site might give you a little spike in traffic, but if you can aim to get one guest post a week out there, you’ll soon be enjoying some pretty major brand lift, and hopefully some new customers will come your way, too.

If you need help developing a guest blogging strategy, get in touch with the content marketing experts here at Incisive Edge today.