snubbr.com

Godaddy is giving me the same problem. I have successfully installed a database but still getting er?

Get GoDaddy web hosting for just $1.99. Click here to use coupon...

Special $7.49 .COM sales. Click here for this special deal...
Before I ask my question, I want to ask: Godaddy is giving me the same problem. I have successfully installed a database but still getting er?.

My main question is: Tom Barret is president of Encirca, the most created .Pro registrar..

I own some .pro domains, and I'm very interested in seeing them have a future and being a part of it.

I'm looking forward to Tom's replies to the questions solicited about pro...

Meanwhile, I found the link to one of his blogs from '05 and thought I'd share http://www.circleid.com/posts/spirit...here_art_thou/..

Comments (4)

Your question was: Godaddy is giving me the same problem. I have successfully installed a database but still getting er?.

I agree that it's vital to lower the registration fee and remove the restrictions for registering .pro names. It seems like this won't happen until 2009 at the earliest however, when the contract with ICANN is renegotiated. In the meantime, I think the best thing that can be done to raise awareness for the extension is to develop high quality sites using the .pro domains. The .pro extension is great for SEO and a simple site can often cover the registration fee over a year using Adsense, Text Link Ads and other advertising channels...

Comment #1

In that case ICANN should give the contract for running .pro to somebody else because Registry.pro will have made no progress developing the extension by 2009 with the current setup.

I will drop alot of my weaker .pros in 2008 if nothing changes and I am sure alot of other .pro HostGator holders will do the same. Few keywords are worth holding long term for $99 per annum...

Comment #2

It's certainly a risk to renew names generating no revenue but I think that if you can get the names to pay for themselves then it's a no-lose situation to hold them...

Comment #3

I regged about 20 names. After doing some promotion, about 1/2 of them are getting hits at a rate that indicates to me a degree of popularity. The other 10 I'd like to keep, but $1000 to renew them does seem too risky. We'll see how many I can get developed to a point where they can be profitable.

I wasn't getting any return parking them, so right now they all point to their sale page on SEDO. Every now and then I try to find some end users and promote the domains. No offers yet. But I'm hanging in there.

I'm a software engineer, and I own CS3, so I assume that if I can find some time around my day job that I can make some progress, just not as much as I'd like. One of them I am developing is going to be really cool, and I think I'm going to generate a nice revenue stream with it when I get it where I want it to be...

Comment #4


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.

 

Categories: Home | Diet & Weight Management | Vitamins & Supplements | Herbs & Cleansing |

Sexual Health | Medifast Support | Nutrisystem Support | Medifast Questions |

Web Hosting | Web Hosts | Website Hosting | Hosting |

Web Hosting | GoDaddy | Digital Cameras | Best WebHosts |

Web Hosting FAQ | Web Hosts FAQ | Hosting FAQ | Hosting Group |

Hosting Questions | Camera Tips | Best Cameras To Buy | Best Cameras This Year |

Camera Q-A | Digital Cameras Q-A | Camera Forum | Nov 2010 - Cameras |

Oct 2010 - Cameras | Oct 2010 - DSLRs | Oct 2010 - Camera Tips | Sep 2010 - Cameras |

Sep 2010 - DSLRS | Sep 2010 - Camera Tips | Aug 2010 - Cameras | Aug 2010 - DSLR Tips |

Aug 2010 - Camera Tips | July 2010 - Cameras | July 2010 - Nikon Cameras | July 2010 - Canon Cameras |

July 2010 - Pentax Cameras | Medifast Recipes | Medifast Recipes Tips | Medifast Recipes Strategies |

Medifast Recipes Experiences | Medifast Recipes Group | Medifast Recipes Forum | Medifast Support Strategies |

Medifast Support Experiences |

 

(C) Copyright 2010 All rights reserved.