Introduction to Get a Domain Name
We’re not trying to become a household name. We want to become a little specialty shop. All of our traffic comes from search engine rankings for our keyword. The domain name doesn’t really matter because most visitors will come one time, make a purchase and then never come back.
Method #1 – Domain Names That Already Rank in Google
Pros: Already ranked, but with the Coach’s Keyword Tool, you’re able to find keywords with low competition, so it isn’t quite as hard as it would normally be to rank a new domain.
Cons: Cost – around $200-$300
Awkward to approach website owner who’s website is not for sale
To find a domain:
Search for your keyword in Google
Look through the first 50 results
If site looks underutilized, like if it’s an adsense site, contact the owner either through their online contact form or by getting their email address from whois.
Email should look like this:
Subject: actual domain name
Would you be interested in selling your domain name to me?
Method #2 – Use Coach’s Aged Domain Finder Tool
Pros: domains are for sale (cheap) and may already have some pagerank and have some of your keywords in it
Cons: not ranking
If domain has keyword phrase in it, then it’s ok if it doesn’t have pagerank or backlinks. If domain doesn’t have keywords, then domain should have pagerank and backlinks.
Make sure to check to see if pagerank has been faked by using their tool