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Old 01-12-2013, 02:53 AM
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How to renew.I have no money

One of my domain will expire next month and I dont want to lose it because I ve developed it over last one year and now i am earning 1.50$ daily from it.My ad agency will pay me after 45 days but by then my domain will expire.Please give me some advice how can i save my domain
 

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Old 01-12-2013, 06:56 AM
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One of my domain will expire next month and I dont want to lose it because I ve developed it over last one year and now i am earning 1.50$ daily from it.My ad agency will pay me after 45 days but by then my domain will expire.Please give me some advice how can i save my domain
Have you thought about selling banner advertising spots on your website?

Le'ts say you sell 1 for $10. That'll put you close to making domain renew costs or be the perfect number.

Or if you are good at writing, create a thread in our webmaster marketplace section and provide your services for a fee.

What are you good at by the way? Use your talents online to make some cash. All you have to do is create threads on webmaster forums promoting your service.

Can you translate 1 language into another language? Think outside the box to make money. In fact, you can earn $5 doing stuff. Check out this website: http://fiverr.com/
 
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Old 01-12-2013, 01:39 PM
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Thanks for your suggestions friend I am using the said domain for a mobile site hence I dont think there is any chance to sell link or banner on it.Yes I can do english to hindi translation but I didnt find any job for it on the site you mentioned
 
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Old 01-12-2013, 01:56 PM
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You live where? You opportunities will vary based on your location.

In the states you could pick up cans off the side of the road and sell them at the recycle center.

Pawn or sell something you own.

If your English is good you could write and sell a few articles. ( Snakeair already mentioned that).
 
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Old 01-12-2013, 02:38 PM
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I live in india.The only thing worth selling that I own is the domain in question itself.If I couldnt get the money to renew it,I will have no choice but to sell it.Not being a native english speaker,my english is not good so writing something in english is not for me
 
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Old 01-12-2013, 05:12 PM
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Could you perhaps request a loan from a friend or relative? How expensive is your domain registration?

With $1.50 per day from the site, you should certainly have enough coming in that you can repay the loan when your ad agency pays you.
 
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Old 01-12-2013, 05:43 PM
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I agree with Bob Barr you should try to get a loan from any where that can borrow you
 
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Old 01-15-2013, 01:53 PM
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if i decided to sell it,what price should i set for it?
 
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:17 PM
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if i decided to sell it,what price should i set for it?
You may get a lot of different answers to how to price your own website. This blog post on the flippa.com blog will help you in deciding how much you want to sell it for.

http://blog.flippa.com/guest-post-5-...lue-a-website/
 
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Old 01-16-2013, 01:35 PM
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You can get a .tk domain for free. The site offering the .tk for free is: dot.tk
Basically, you should redirect your traffic from your existing domain to this domain and let Google know that you have changed your domain. This can be done in Google webmaster tools. You should do this before your existing domain gets expired.
 
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Old 01-16-2013, 10:44 PM
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You can get a .tk domain for free. The site offering the .tk for free is: dot.tk
Basically, you should redirect your traffic from your existing domain to this domain and let Google know that you have changed your domain. This can be done in Google webmaster tools. You should do this before your existing domain gets expired.
The thread creator doesn't want to loose his domain. Why are you suggesting this route?
 
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My advise to you would be to do a real job to just to earn a little. Deliver papers, pizzas, whatever. If you are young wash cars, do gardens , odd jobs etc

This is guaranteed to work, where anything on the internet isnt really.
 
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The thread creator doesn't want to loose his domain. Why are you suggesting this route?
When he said:
"One of my domain will expire next month and I dont want to lose it because I ve developed it over last one year and now i am earning 1.50$ daily from it."

The reason that he doesn't want to lose the domain is because he doesn't want his earnings to stop. Not because he wants the domain. He can have the same earning on a free .tk domain.
 
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When he said:
"One of my domain will expire next month and I dont want to lose it because I ve developed it over last one year and now i am earning 1.50$ daily from it."

The reason that he doesn't want to lose the domain is because he doesn't want his earnings to stop. Not because he wants the domain. He can have the same earning on a free .tk domain.
He has left it kind of late to start considering changine domain registrars. Most have a rule that you cannot move registrars within X number of days of renewal.

Your method does not solve the problem. They still need to own the original domain name to be able to point it to a new domain name then 301 redirect at the new domain name.

And... telling Google in Webmaster Tools does not tell everyone else the domain name has changed.
 
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And... telling Google in Webmaster Tools does not tell everyone else the domain name has changed.
Yes, you have point here, unless he gets over 80% of his traffic from Google.
 
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yes i get 50% of my traffic from google and i am told that google has banned .tk domains so obviously .tk is not a solution for me as I dont want to lose my traffic
 
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Old 01-20-2013, 03:27 AM
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I have come up with good idea.If someone renew my domain <please create an offer in the marketplace section>

Last edited by ScriptMan; 01-20-2013 at 07:19 AM. Reason: <per above>
 
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In an effort to be helpful, I edited your post above instead of deleting it.

Please feel free to create an ad in the marketplace section of these forums.
 
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