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  1. 1. Web_Design_Maryland : Part IMany Uses For Expired Domain NamesWith the recent decline of the U.S. economy many changes have come about with regardsto business on the internet. One of these things is an upswing in the amount of expireddomain names that are available to be re-registered to a new owner, once they have beendetermined to be expired.There are many reasons why a person would establish a domain name and also create awebsite, promote it and then have to let it go. Partnership disagreements, decliningbusiness, business refocusing in another direction and the list goes on and on. With regardsto these expired domain names one mans trash is truly another mans treasure, becausewhat may have seemed like small potatoes to a well established and highly successfulinternet entrepreneur might in fact turn out to be a small treasure to someone like yourself.Many of these domain names have websites that have been heavily promoted and havesubstantial traffic that you can redirect to other internet ventures that you currently havegoing. For the affiliate marketer traffic means money, because most have an establishedformula that dictates that a certain percentage of visitors are going to end up being buyers.Therefore more visitors directly translates into more revenue. There are websites that caterexclusively to the person who is interested in acquiring expired domain names. It is highlyrecommended that you visit them to learn more about the topic before you run right out andstart buying up random expired domain names.As a general rule, the majority of passive revenue generated by an acquired domain namewould come from advertising in the form of advertising clicks. For this reason you will wantto give close consideration to the domains ratings in the top search engines and also theamount of links that it has.Also, you may want to consider building a website that is based on the domain name andwhile this can seem labor intensive, with practice and the proper information, it is well withinthe grasp of even the novice entrepreneur on the net.Of course if you have a website you are then going to have to host it but dont let that stopyou, because there are many cheap website hosting services on the net and in fact thereare even free hosting services but they do have some catches that you must make yourselfaware of.Still another source of revenue that can be generated from a website is by the selling oflinks to third party websites, but your website must be of a high enough caliber to do this.The sooner you get started having your website designed and created, the sooner you canbegin to see results come to fruition.The U.S. economy is expected to make a turn around just as it always has and for you to be
  2. 2. able to maximize on it when it happens you must have your website up and going and havedone some promotional work on it. Expired domain names are a great way to get a leg upwith regards to your internet venture.Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.comfor details!WEB_DESIGN_MARYLAND : End of Part IWeb_Design_Maryland : Part IIMarketing With The iPodWhenever something new, exciting and revolutionary is introduced to the general public, itsnearly a given that other corporations, companies and interests want to hitch their brandingwagon to that train. And with the Apple iPod Nano, it was, and still is no different. The AppleiPod transformed the way the whole world thinks about where it takes it music. Soon afterits release, you could walk around any hip metropolitan street and see those instantlyrecognizable white ear buds poking through the collars and jackets of many people, youngand old, male and female. So, it didnt take a marketing genius to figure out that all thoseiPod listeners represent a huge target audience. Fortunately, or unfortunately depending onyour point of view, a marketing genius did realize that.Many companies that, at first glance, would have very little to do with the Apple iPod, soonlined up to be associated with the worlds most popular portable digital music player. Beforeyou knew it, there were charities working together with Apple to create an iPod Nano withthat charitys logo and colors on it. It was a great way for a charity to appear current byworking together with the Apple iPod Nano line as well as reaching a younger, moretechnologically savvy demographic that it otherwise would not have reached.However, even though charities recognized the power of the iPod, it was the music industryitself that has taken the greatest advantage of the reach and visibility of the iPod. Now, themusic industry generally frowns upon downloading music from a computer onto an iPodwithout paying for it. But, some people in the music world realized that the iPod Nano is sopopular, that there are people who wont listen to music in any other format besides on theiriPod. So, if you arent working with the iPod, you are working against certain segments ofyour target audience.Some bands decided to directly associate themselves with the iPod Nano; U2 being thebiggest and most recognizable band to do so. A special U2 version of the iPod was
  3. 3. released, and selected songs from an upcoming album were only available to be heard viathe iPod. Of course, innovative, expensive and exceptionally cool marketing and advertisingcampaigns were released. Because of this foresight, two goals were achieved. One, ofcourse, was to work together with the Apple iPod Nano to get the music and songs releasedand introduced to the public. The second goal was that U2 did not appear to be anti-download and embraced the iPod and everything it can do.In the early days of music downloading, there were many bands who scoffed at the idea ofhaving their music listened to for free. As a result, they appeared to be greedy, out of touchand completely against the wishes of their fans. But, with the advent of the Apple iPodNano, it is now imperative that if the whole world is going to be listening to this little device,then they might as well be listening to you.Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.comfor details!WEB_DESIGN_MARYLAND : End of Part IIWeb_Design_Maryland : Part IIIMarketing With The iPodWhenever something new, exciting and revolutionary is introduced to the general public, itsnearly a given that other corporations, companies and interests want to hitch their brandingwagon to that train. And with the Apple iPod Nano, it was, and still is no different. The AppleiPod transformed the way the whole world thinks about where it takes it music. Soon afterits release, you could walk around any hip metropolitan street and see those instantlyrecognizable white ear buds poking through the collars and jackets of many people, youngand old, male and female. So, it didnt take a marketing genius to figure out that all thoseiPod listeners represent a huge target audience. Fortunately, or unfortunately depending onyour point of view, a marketing genius did realize that.Many companies that, at first glance, would have very little to do with the Apple iPod, soonlined up to be associated with the worlds most popular portable digital music player. Beforeyou knew it, there were charities working together with Apple to create an iPod Nano withthat charitys logo and colors on it. It was a great way for a charity to appear current byworking together with the Apple iPod Nano line as well as reaching a younger, moretechnologically savvy demographic that it otherwise would not have reached.However, even though charities recognized the power of the iPod, it was the music industry
  4. 4. itself that has taken the greatest advantage of the reach and visibility of the iPod. Now, themusic industry generally frowns upon downloading music from a computer onto an iPodwithout paying for it. But, some people in the music world realized that the iPod Nano is sopopular, that there are people who wont listen to music in any other format besides on theiriPod. So, if you arent working with the iPod, you are working against certain segments ofyour target audience.Some bands decided to directly associate themselves with the iPod Nano; U2 being thebiggest and most recognizable band to do so. A special U2 version of the iPod wasreleased, and selected songs from an upcoming album were only available to be heard viathe iPod. Of course, innovative, expensive and exceptionally cool marketing and advertisingcampaigns were released. Because of this foresight, two goals were achieved. One, ofcourse, was to work together with the Apple iPod Nano to get the music and songs releasedand introduced to the public. The second goal was that U2 did not appear to be anti-download and embraced the iPod and everything it can do.In the early days of music downloading, there were many bands who scoffed at the idea ofhaving their music listened to for free. As a result, they appeared to be greedy, out of touchand completely against the wishes of their fans. But, with the advent of the Apple iPodNano, it is now imperative that if the whole world is going to be listening to this little device,then they might as well be listening to you.Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.comfor details!WEB_DESIGN_MARYLAND : End of Part III

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