GOOD NEWS FOR ALL BOOK DOMAINS BOOM

20 Jun

Good time for the .Book domains Amazon become craze.

 

Self-publishing is becoming a big business for unknowns and famed authors alike. A wealth of resources are starting to surface on the web, and well respected authors like Stephen King and J.K. Rowling have already experimented with their own marketing and pricing strategies. In 2011, John Locke became the first self-published author to sell over a million e-books on Amazon. .book domains will further lower the cost of selling direct to consumers and facilitating a meaningful direct branding relationship with fans.

The purpose of the .BOOK gTLD is to offer authors, publishers, and bookstores the opportunity to expand their audience and to help potential readers find their books or information about their books. With markets shifting from brick-and-mortar stores to e-commerce, authors are turning to Internet publishing and customers are looking for easier ways to connect with the authors of their favorite books. The .BOOK domain will bring more power and reach to individual authors while at the same time lowering initial barriers to self-publishing that have existed in the past. At the same time, smaller bookstores will be able to identify themselves to book buyers.

The .BOOK top-level domain will make books more discoverable to potential readers and serve as a medium for both established and private publishers to better connect and engage with readers.

The mission of .BOOK is to provide constituents of the book industry with a de facto “home domain” for their online presence. We envision that it will become the preferred online namespace for the advertisement, sale, critique, and discussion of published materials. Given the descriptive nature of .BOOK combined with strategic marketing campaigns designed to brand the domain, it will soon become the default for book publishers, book stores, critics, and reading enthusiasts alike to engage and share their content. As over 200,000 new books are published annually in the US alone (representing over 3 billion units per year), the addressable need is significant. Furthermore, given that “book” can be associated beyond traditional physical books, we think that numerous other market segments, such as eBooks, trade journals, and magazines will also find .BOOK to be an attractive domain name solution.

Examples could include:

www.romance.book, www.mystery.book, www.misterio.book,
www.bookseller.book, www.bookstore.book
www.bible.book, www.biblia.book, www.bibbia.book, www.quran.book
or similar.

If they ran it from outside the EU, anybody they sold to in the EU would pay VAT at their country’s rate. In the UK that is 20% at the moment. But, since domain registration is a service, if they run it from inside the EU they only need to charge VAT at the rate Luxembourg applies. I don’t know what the VAT rate would be, but on ebooks the rate is 3%. Even the usual 15% rate is better than most countries.

They are very coy about the low VAT rate this lets them charge on ebooks, just saying that they charge VAT as required by law. The EU is a big enough market that it makes sense for them to exploit the tax situation. If .book turns out to be dominated by English-language, saving 5 percentage points on the UK market alone is significant, and they have the business and server facilities already in place.

Amazon.com’s Quidsi, the company behind stores with great domains such as Diapers.com, Soap.com (cleaning and personal care), YoYo.com (toy), and Wag.com (pet stuff), has purchased the domain name Afterschool.com.

The domain name was acquired from WebQuest Inc. with the help of brand protection company Mark Monitor. The domain transferred to Mark Monitor on June 10, and the whois was updated to show Quidsi yesterday.

I have managed to create this business because I found that there is a demand for Twitter followers and for backlinks building and in providing these to people who have come across my sites…and I have quite a few of those… I can manage to get a sustainable regular residual income, small as it may now be.

That small monthly income has helped me acquire domains that expired with pagerank and then I add these to my list of sites selling these 2 services so it just helps growing my monthly income which in turn builds up my stock of PageRanked Domains and when my domains grow higher in PageRank, I will be listing it for sale and will likely get very good money for it.Now i am also looking for .book domains.

GOOD NEWS FOR ALL BOOK DOMAINS BOOM

20 Jun

Good time for the .Book domains Amazon become craze.

 

Self-publishing is becoming a big business for unknowns and famed authors alike. A wealth of resources are starting to surface on the web, and well respected authors like Stephen King and J.K. Rowling have already experimented with their own marketing and pricing strategies. In 2011, John Locke became the first self-published author to sell over a million e-books on Amazon. .book domains will further lower the cost of selling direct to consumers and facilitating a meaningful direct branding relationship with fans.

The purpose of the .BOOK gTLD is to offer authors, publishers, and bookstores the opportunity to expand their audience and to help potential readers find their books or information about their books. With markets shifting from brick-and-mortar stores to e-commerce, authors are turning to Internet publishing and customers are looking for easier ways to connect with the authors of their favorite books. The .BOOK domain will bring more power and reach to individual authors while at the same time lowering initial barriers to self-publishing that have existed in the past. At the same time, smaller bookstores will be able to identify themselves to book buyers.

The .BOOK top-level domain will make books more discoverable to potential readers and serve as a medium for both established and private publishers to better connect and engage with readers.

The mission of .BOOK is to provide constituents of the book industry with a de facto “home domain” for their online presence. We envision that it will become the preferred online namespace for the advertisement, sale, critique, and discussion of published materials. Given the descriptive nature of .BOOK combined with strategic marketing campaigns designed to brand the domain, it will soon become the default for book publishers, book stores, critics, and reading enthusiasts alike to engage and share their content. As over 200,000 new books are published annually in the US alone (representing over 3 billion units per year), the addressable need is significant. Furthermore, given that “book” can be associated beyond traditional physical books, we think that numerous other market segments, such as eBooks, trade journals, and magazines will also find .BOOK to be an attractive domain name solution.

Examples could include:

www.romance.book, www.mystery.book, www.misterio.book,
www.bookseller.book, www.bookstore.book
www.bible.book, www.biblia.book, www.bibbia.book, www.quran.book
or similar.

If they ran it from outside the EU, anybody they sold to in the EU would pay VAT at their country’s rate. In the UK that is 20% at the moment. But, since domain registration is a service, if they run it from inside the EU they only need to charge VAT at the rate Luxembourg applies. I don’t know what the VAT rate would be, but on ebooks the rate is 3%. Even the usual 15% rate is better than most countries.

They are very coy about the low VAT rate this lets them charge on ebooks, just saying that they charge VAT as required by law. The EU is a big enough market that it makes sense for them to exploit the tax situation. If .book turns out to be dominated by English-language, saving 5 percentage points on the UK market alone is significant, and they have the business and server facilities already in place.

Amazon.com’s Quidsi, the company behind stores with great domains such as Diapers.com, Soap.com (cleaning and personal care), YoYo.com (toy), and Wag.com (pet stuff), has purchased the domain name Afterschool.com.

The domain name was acquired from WebQuest Inc. with the help of brand protection company Mark Monitor. The domain transferred to Mark Monitor on June 10, and the whois was updated to show Quidsi yesterday.

I have managed to create this business because I found that there is a demand for Twitter followers and for backlinks building and in providing these to people who have come across my sites…and I have quite a few of those… I can manage to get a sustainable regular residual income, small as it may now be.

That small monthly income has helped me acquire domains that expired with pagerank and then I add these to my list of sites selling these 2 services so it just helps growing my monthly income which in turn builds up my stock of PageRanked Domains and when my domains grow higher in PageRank, I will be listing it for sale and will likely get very good money for it.Now i am also looking for .book domains.

GOOD NEWS FOR ALL BOOK DOMAINS BOOM

20 Jun

Good time for the .Book domains Amazon become craze.

 

Self-publishing is becoming a big business for unknowns and famed authors alike. A wealth of resources are starting to surface on the web, and well respected authors like Stephen King and J.K. Rowling have already experimented with their own marketing and pricing strategies. In 2011, John Locke became the first self-published author to sell over a million e-books on Amazon. .book domains will further lower the cost of selling direct to consumers and facilitating a meaningful direct branding relationship with fans.

The purpose of the .BOOK gTLD is to offer authors, publishers, and bookstores the opportunity to expand their audience and to help potential readers find their books or information about their books. With markets shifting from brick-and-mortar stores to e-commerce, authors are turning to Internet publishing and customers are looking for easier ways to connect with the authors of their favorite books. The .BOOK domain will bring more power and reach to individual authors while at the same time lowering initial barriers to self-publishing that have existed in the past. At the same time, smaller bookstores will be able to identify themselves to book buyers.

The .BOOK top-level domain will make books more discoverable to potential readers and serve as a medium for both established and private publishers to better connect and engage with readers.

The mission of .BOOK is to provide constituents of the book industry with a de facto “home domain” for their online presence. We envision that it will become the preferred online namespace for the advertisement, sale, critique, and discussion of published materials. Given the descriptive nature of .BOOK combined with strategic marketing campaigns designed to brand the domain, it will soon become the default for book publishers, book stores, critics, and reading enthusiasts alike to engage and share their content. As over 200,000 new books are published annually in the US alone (representing over 3 billion units per year), the addressable need is significant. Furthermore, given that “book” can be associated beyond traditional physical books, we think that numerous other market segments, such as eBooks, trade journals, and magazines will also find .BOOK to be an attractive domain name solution.

Examples could include:

www.romance.book, www.mystery.book, www.misterio.book,
www.bookseller.book, www.bookstore.book
www.bible.book, www.biblia.book, www.bibbia.book, www.quran.book
or similar.

If they ran it from outside the EU, anybody they sold to in the EU would pay VAT at their country’s rate. In the UK that is 20% at the moment. But, since domain registration is a service, if they run it from inside the EU they only need to charge VAT at the rate Luxembourg applies. I don’t know what the VAT rate would be, but on ebooks the rate is 3%. Even the usual 15% rate is better than most countries.

They are very coy about the low VAT rate this lets them charge on ebooks, just saying that they charge VAT as required by law. The EU is a big enough market that it makes sense for them to exploit the tax situation. If .book turns out to be dominated by English-language, saving 5 percentage points on the UK market alone is significant, and they have the business and server facilities already in place.

Amazon.com’s Quidsi, the company behind stores with great domains such as Diapers.com, Soap.com (cleaning and personal care), YoYo.com (toy), and Wag.com (pet stuff), has purchased the domain name Afterschool.com.

The domain name was acquired from WebQuest Inc. with the help of brand protection company Mark Monitor. The domain transferred to Mark Monitor on June 10, and the whois was updated to show Quidsi yesterday.

I have managed to create this business because I found that there is a demand for Twitter followers and for backlinks building and in providing these to people who have come across my sites…and I have quite a few of those… I can manage to get a sustainable regular residual income, small as it may now be.

That small monthly income has helped me acquire domains that expired with pagerank and then I add these to my list of sites selling these 2 services so it just helps growing my monthly income which in turn builds up my stock of PageRanked Domains and when my domains grow higher in PageRank, I will be listing it for sale and will likely get very good money for it.Now i am also looking for .book domains.

Listen to adam dicker the following high lights

19 Jun

Domain world will know who is Mr Adam dicker today i listen his radion interview very nice and he was telling how he

build such big domain world with more than 3000 domains and how he started and frist customer pays him $6000

but he find the niche that is success.Just not like buying domain and park but he use it properly and made out of

domain income generating property that is where the success lies.what ever i listen i wanted to share since domain

world having lots of scope to help our realestate broken friends who search various way to make money.The

reputation  repair is the site he made you know the name or induvialty is spoiled by lots of sites so reputation at

stake so here adam dicker repair it quite fun but intersting spending just $400 your reputation is increased and

it is repaired with his simple tricks of using his 3000 sites.Every body should come to this domain world in that

spirit of buying domains and make it work and when you feel to flip get it done.i am also made a site to share more

information where i picked up from various sites.you can browse www.howtosavefromcarbonsin.com and there are

lots of hungry domain buyers are waiting to buy the domains even the share market investors can have a look

i know everybody is worried how to invest and make money you can check in my site where i given a link

which help you to be a domain investor.The practise like buying car and parking and talk to brokers and sell that

is the way the domain world work but the investment in teh business is just few dollars and make quick money

you need a proper mentor to help you out in giving confidence for that i shown a link which gives that confidence

i am also going to help people who buy domain to sell so i am going to take the risk of selling domain.

my team of research associates will give you proper guidance to select the right the domain for you.

we will also bring the buyer and sell your domains.even you have many avenue opens for you to sell

the domain through various auction sites even lots of fest is there you can attend and sell.Reputation repair also

open  doors for affiliate marketers to grab a good money from this hot market.if you like to be affiliate i may be helpful

gogrowfast2012@gmail.com even u can visit the site www.reputationrepair.com you can keep reading my blogs.

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what is domain and how people make money

18 Jun

Domain is the internet address for business once it is register by a company or any individual it will be thier property for 365 days

but after that if it not renewed it is automatically get cancelled.How people make money selling domain is very intersting when

a particular domain you register any one wanted that specific domain then can buy through auction sites.There also brokers who help buying for

you so you can sell/buy domain and flip that domain and make money.There are many ways you can sell your domain and market is huge.There is

no risk that your sell than  below purchase price but there are lots of tactics and tricks which share by certain well wishers of this industry like me

you can also refer www.howtosavefromcarbonsin.com .The site is maintained by nature lover who is researching on various methods to save carbon

so he publish very intersting information.

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18 Jun

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