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Domain Registration Mistakes Many Bloggers Make That Delay Their Ability To Start Making Money

Domain Registration Mistakes Many Bloggers Make That Delay Their Ability To Start Making Money
Dear blogger,
The fact that your name is Ekenedilichukwu doesn’t mean you’ll go and register ekenedilichukwu. com as your domain name when trying to set up a blog.
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You see, in life, we’ve been admonished to stay away from expired stuff.
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Actually, expired drugs, foods, and drinks are dangerous to our overall health and wellbeing.
But in the world of blogging, the reverse is the case.
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Using an expired domain name to set up your blog is one of the fastest ways to go from zero to cash as a new blogger.
And it is one of the best things you can do for yourself.
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Let me explain why…
When you register ekenedilichukwu. com or any new domain name for your blog, you box yourself into the corner of having to build up the authority of the domain name from scratch.
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If you’re in a highly competitive niche like Insurance, Loans & Mortgage, or Real Estate, you have no option but to start building the thousands of backlinks that are required to compete for high rankings with other authoritative sites in that niche.
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And if you don’t have the time, skills, or resources to build backlinks, you’ll have to spend thousands of dollars to run adverts in order to get traffic to your blog.
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But such isn’t the case with an Expired domain name.
If you get a good expired domain name, odds are the previous owner has spent a great deal of time, energy, and resources to build relevant backlinks to the domain name to make it highly authoritative or moderately authoritative.
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But along the line, life happened…
It’s either the owner fell sick or lost interest in the project or even died.
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And as a result, he or she was unable to renew his or her domain name, thereby leaving it to expire and making it possible for new bloggers like you to just register the name and start reaping the benefits of all the hard work the previous owner have already done building the authority of the site.
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And if you find such a domain name, all you just need to do is register it, then set up your blog with it, and watch the cash flowing in, depending on how authoritative the domain already is in the eyes of Google.
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I’ve seen instances where someone finds a very good expired domain name, registers it, set up a blog with it, and in little as 3 weeks, started making up to $3,000+ monthly with just 17 posts on the site, and no running of adverts or building more backlinks whatsoever.
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With a good expired domain name, you don’t have to struggle to get traffic. You practically inherit MOST of the traffic the site was getting from Google before the owner allowed it to expire (assuming the niche you’re using it with is the same as that of the previous owner).
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However, keep in mind that a good expired domain name doesn’t come cheap. A good expired domain name is usually worth its weight in Gold.
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Some cost as much as 8 Million Naira to own. Others cost between 1 Million to 5 Million Naira.
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And here’s the good news…
Some good, expired domain name costs just $10 and is easy to acquire and register just like any other name out there.
But you have to dig deep and look for them.
And when you do successfully, you’ll be glad because you’ve effectively cut short the days it would take you to start making money through blogging by more than half.
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This is one of the secrets and shortcuts to earning income from blogging as quickly as possible.
And I just felt like sharing part of it with you for free.

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