Sorry that I haven't posted for awhile... I have been on holiday and relaxing, but I am back now.
While I was away, I received a few emails requesting the meanings of some of the words (jargon) that people use when domain flipping. Here are meanings for all the words or abreviations that were requested via email:
The buying and selling of domain names.
This is a protocol that gives you information and details on the owner of a domain name.
This is where you park domain names you own, at marketplaces, like Sedo.com. This allows you to earn an income while your domain name is parked there, as they add advertisements to a page for keywords that you choose for your domain name. You can also see what kind of traffic you domain name is getting.
Type In Traffic:
This is when a internet user types in the name followed by .com, .net, etc. into the browser window.
This stands for Top Level Domain, which is the last part of the domain name like .com, .net, etc.
This is the Country Code Top Level Domain like like .co.uk, co.au, etc.
Hope this helps.
If you would like to know meanings of other names, send me an email (domaingflipping08
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