GoDaddy Black Friday 5 Dollar Domain Sale
With almost 100 domain names to my account at GoDaddy, you could say I am somewhat addicted to using this domain seller.
If you are in any way looking to get yourself online, or if you have a business and do not have a website yet, I am not sure what you have been waiting for. Perhaps this is just the sale for you to get yourself going.
Lets say you have a few domain names (websites) you would like to have. I would highly suggest you get one with your name if possible and then another one with a product specific ring to it. This way you can separate yourself from your business in case you decide to change niches, but your main site remains and continues to build.
I would also suggest trying to stick with the “.com” ending as these are recognized and remembered a lot easier.
When you go though their website for this sale, they will let you pick up to 5 domains, though they are limiting the number of people who take the offer (they are a business) just like stores that will run out of merchandise. So this is the perfect weekend to move forward with all those thoughts that have gone through your head in getting yourself online.
After you get your domains, you will want to be able to host them and run a system where you can stay in touch with readers and customers. I highly suggest using GVO (which is where I have most of my sites). If you look up at the top right of this page you will see a place to enter your contact information. Go ahead and sign up and see how I am able to stay in touch with you to help you out in your business growth. This is referred to as an autoresponder service and it comes included with their service.
You are right, perhaps I will make a wall poster with all my domain names to show those who really care 😉
Be on the lookout as I am sure they may offer something like this again as the holidays are still in full force.
Shoot! I just ran across your blog and the fabulous domain Black Friday Sale alert. Some people collect spoons. Others collect beer cans. And then there’s people like you and I — domain collectors. I only wish I could display them somewhere in my house so I could show them all off…