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Day 383 – Analyzed The Rest Of My Expiring Domains


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The other day I mentioned I had 62 domains expiring within 30 days…yesterday I had a look at 33 of them and today I looked at the rest of them…I’m going to wind up renewing the vast majority of them.

One thing I noticed when going over these sites was that I had messed up on a few of them.  One of them I had forgotten to put up the final review post on and another 2 did not properly link to the offer!

I probably missed out on 1-2 $25-30 sales per site due to that.  Most of my sites being renewed have brought in 1-4 sales over the course of a year, only a few have brought in 6, 7, 8, 10 or 12 sales.

I’ll make my final decision on what to renew out of this bunch tomorrow and also start back up with making adsense snipers.

Earnings For Today:

  • CB = $20.03
  • Adsense = $109.98
  • 2 UAW renewals/sales = $53.60 (tnx :>)
  • Total = $183.61

-Mike

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  1. May 23rd, 2010 at 13:36 | #1

    Mike,
    I am pretty sure I asked this or someone else did, and I cannot find it.
    You are over the $100 mark w/ ad3en3e. Are you nervous about them checking you out? Do you have multiple accounts with them and if you do are you able to do this under your own name?

    I know that is a lot of questions and I am not trying to be too nosy but I am curious!

  2. Jackson
    May 23rd, 2010 at 19:29 | #2

    I too have hundreds of names that I have to evaluate each year to see if they’re worth it. There’s only one condition that needs to be met – “Did it make more than $9 dollars over the course of a year? (the price of the domain itself). If yes, = profit = renew. If not, let it expire. If you have just one $25 dollar sale and it only cost you $8-10 dollars to register, where else are you going to get a 150% return on your investment? Anyway, that’s how I look at it.

  3. May 23rd, 2010 at 23:01 | #3

    lol that vid is bizarre

  4. Mikeman
    May 24th, 2010 at 00:26 | #4

    @Kelly

    I’m not worried, and you can have multiple accounts as long as they are under different legal entities. Another legal entity would be an incorporation.

    @Jorik

    haha!

  5. Mikeman
    May 24th, 2010 at 00:39 | #5

    @Jackson

    Ya…

    I’m also looking at keeping some of my sites that may not have made a sale but are on page 1 at the moment(but weren’t before) for decently trafficked keywords…. OR… sites that may not have made a sale but I feel I could get to page 1 with a UAW run.

    And of course for the sites that I totally messed up on :/

  6. May 24th, 2010 at 10:08 | #6

    @Jackson

    I look at renewal at little bit differently. You also have to cover the cost of hosting and what ever software you might have paid for, and monthly renewal memberships. I had the amount that my sites need to earn a little high I believe at around $120 a year-I should probably lower my goal for that. I will see when everything comes up for renewal!

    @Mikeman
    Thank you Mike

  7. Jon
    May 24th, 2010 at 12:41 | #7

    Mike just curious different entities…..and wondering about your setup…do you have several llcs setup….any tips about that i’m runing on a personal social tax id right now but i want to get into having business accounts…because i’ve gotten to the point where i have over 200 sites only making $50 each because 30% of them have less then the desired search results (not sure why when i looked it up it was over 80 per day but 2 months later it dropped to like 30)

    and so for channels i now have a hard time tracking…i just actually put 10 sites per adsense channels as im running out so it’s hard to track single sites now which i think is really bad…

  8. Mikeman
    May 24th, 2010 at 14:27 | #8

    @Jon

    Ya, if you got another adsense account via an incorporation you’ll be able to track 400 channels…

    I can’t tell you how to do it, I don’t know where you’re from, I have an incorporation setup in Canada but I did it so long ago too and I set it up for my profession as a contract QA/Business Analyst.

    All I remember was paying around $250 to setup a numbered corporation(extra for a named one), filling out some Articles of Incorporation, then getting mailed the stuff in the mail a few weeks later showing that it was all setup.

    I then went to the bank and opened a business bank account up for that company. Any money made via your incorporation will be tax sheltered…here in Canada, you get taxed up to a max of 20% on income earned by your business..thereafter, you can withdraw to your personal a max of 35k/year as a dividend tax free.

    But again, it will all be diff for you..

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