I have said many times that 3 of the easiest things for a website owner to gain traffic to your site and help with search engine rank placement are Title, Meta and URL.

In this post I am going to focus on Meta Tags. Before writing this, I was thinking that maybe many site owners simply do not even know what a meta tag is and why or where it’s placed or important. Well, the basics… it’s the description people … Read the rest

I have wrote this kind of post before that included specific tools like software or just sites that I use, but I wanted to do an updated one to include some “new” and more recent things that I use and specific features I use them for.

RegistrarStats.com FREE. If you are a long time reader of DotWeekly, this is the site that I would use to find the data for my “Off The Wall Domain Name Stats”. Simply … Read the rest

It can be exciting to get an offer on your domain name or have somebody show interest in your domain name. If you are contacted, the next thing to find out is if the contact is Real or Fake.

A very well known FAKE is if you are contacted via Email and you see lines in the email that are like this:

“This is not our main business but we make money on buying/selling domains.”

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Domain Name Drop Times

.com & .net = 1:00-2:15 PM Central Standard Time

.org = 8:30-9:30 AM Central Standard Time

.info = 3:30-4:00 AM Central Standard Time

.biz = 1:30-2:00 AM Central Standard Time

.us = 12:00-12:30 AM Central Standard Time

ALL .com & .net domain names that you Really want should be back ordered via a 3rd party drop cathing service like SnapNames.com or NameJet.com. If you are interested in trying to “grab” or register the domain name as … Read the rest