Buying Keyword

There are many different ways to make money on the Internet, but using buying keywords is definitely one of the best ways to make money from affiliate sales. Here I am going to give you a great list of buying keywords that you can use to help grow a site with some content that will be helpful to searchers and will dramatically increase how much you can make.

Many people are simply looking to buy a product online for the best price and if we have a site about a product or better yet a range of products then we can be helpful and show them just where to buy it for a great price.

With sites like CJ that have thousands of advertisers all wanting affiliates to help to sell their products and the Amazon associates program we should be able to find a resource that allows us to use their links to help to sell a product. What I do like to do is try to find a program that actually genuinely does offer the best possible prices.

For me this is important for a number of reasons.

  1. It allows be to genuinely write that “We have the best price for ………”
  2. It gives proper value to the searcher
  3. Return visitors are much more likely. They may not buy straight away but after they continue searching they will return to your page or Amazon and buy as it genuinely was the best price
  4. You may get bookmarked by the searcher which may give you a backlink
  5. It simply makes you all fuzzy inside knowing that you may be bored as hell writing about the products but at least you are being honest about it being available for the best price by your affiliate link

And I am sure that there are loads of other reasons why we should actually try to find a program that allows us to sell a product at the best price but my brain is a little mangled (as usual).

But, if we can let’s really try to write about products where we can allow people to buy at a great price. Even just for the simple fact that we are more likely to get a good conversion rate.

One of my sites get 1 sale for on average every ten visitors to the site. Not clicks but visitors.

This is because it genuinely is the cheapest place to buy the products and I bang on about it in the text. If you can encourage your visitors to compare prices (our first buying keyword) and feel confident that they will not find it cheaper, then there is a very good chance that at some point they will be back to buy.

What Are Buying Keywords?

A buying keyword is simply a query that someone types in to a search engine that means that they are actively looking to buy a product if they find it for the best price. Now, many will convert terribly but a lot of them will convert well.

We can use them in a manner of ways and this is down to the type of writing that you prefer and the product itself. You may make money blogging by writing a chatty style of site where you talk about the results from a certain face cream and compare it to others or you may have a fully blown sales blog where you simply use direct buying keywords in you post title and simply tell the visitor that you have the so and so for the best price.

I use both methods and both work. It really does depend on the niche and what you are happy with writing about.

But rank for buying keywords and you will make sales, no doubt about it.

It may be a good idea before you build a site around products to try out the best buying keywords on Hubpages if you do not yet have an authority site or read how to build an authority site yet. But ideally you will have your own authority site where you can add in a post about your new idea and see how well it converts.

So, here we go:

List Of Buying Keywords

If you build a site with post titles that contain the following words you will make money, bottom line.

Adsense, affiliate programs etc. It works for them all. I prefer to sell the product. It gives more money and for me I feel it is a better business model. But I do use Adsense as well when the products simply do not convert to sales.

In the following add your main keywords or the actual product.

If you fill up a site like this you will have a ton of useful content that people are searching for and some of the posts will result in some good sales.

  1. Buy…….
  2. ……….For sale
  3. Best price……….
  4. ………….Best price
  5. Best…….
  6. Cheap…….
  7. ………Cheap
  8. Cheapest………..
  9. Low cost………
  10. Low price………
  11. ……..Sale
  12. For sale……….
  13. ………For sale online
  14. Who sells…………..
  15. Where to buy…………
  16. Discount………….
  17. Discounted………..
  18. Compare……..
  19. Price compare……..
  20. Price comparisons……….
  21. Price comparisons of……….
  22. ………..On Amazon (yes really)
  23. Where can I buy……….
  24. Where can you buy………
  25. How do I get……….
  26. Who sells……
  27. Who sells………the cheapest
  28. The cheapest……….online
  29. ………Compare prices
  30. …………Under (add your price ranges)
  31. Who sells the cheapest………..on line
  32. Buy…………online
  33. Cheap …………online
  34. Cheapest………
  35. ………..On line
  36. Bargain…………..
  37. What is the best price for…………
  38. Affordable………….
  39. ………….Reviews
  40. Best reviews of……….
  41. Buying………..
  42. Get cheap………
  43. Price comparisons for…………
  44. Compare prices for……….
  45. Deals for………
  46. Online……..
  47. Is……….better than……..
  48. Compare………..and………
  49. Get the best price for……….
  50. ……………

50 simply being the product itself.

Get all of them to number 1 in the search engine results and you will sell your item.

This is by no means any kind of exhaustive list but it is a good starting point.

Many people search using many different words for a product. If you have those words as your post title then you will be one of the very few people that have done so.

You will be amazed what people type in. Many people type in Amazon and a product which always surprises me.

The main point of this buying keywords post is to not forget how people use a search engine. People trust them and they ask them questions believing that the results in, say, Google are what they have found to be the best price for…….

People do not think about or know that it is the backlinks that we have that make us get to number 1 in the serps. General users of the Internet believe that when they ask google to price compare a product that the top result will be what they found the cheapest price to be.

Hopefully we can confirm their expectations by being at number 1 and offering the product for the best price. So our title of “Price Compare…….” where we then write a post about “If we compare the prices for…….we will find that we really do have the best price for……here. Pleas use the link to see just why so many customers return to us time and time again to buy……

We encourage you to compare our prices with anyone else as we are confident that you will not find…..cheaper on line”

You get the idea.

We have a very nice and genuine business model here where we are really showing people where to get something at a great price.

And for me this is better than having an Adsense site rank well for an item where the searcher has no chance of actually buying it from you. Not to say I do not have sites like that but only because no one would buy the items I was trying to sell.

So, you now have at least 50 post titles to fill up your site with and all for the price of only $1.35 or however much you send me using the donate button ;)

Just messing. But I would like to take the opportunity to thank everyone who has made a donation so far. I was talking to my good lady last night about this after I received a $5 tip from a gracious reader. Getting a donation for written content feels so different to getting an affiliate commission. It actually means people like your writing and found it helpful, which makes me feel all fuzzy inside.

And obviously, keep it coming.

Or I won’t let you read any more!!!

Now, obviously if you try to use these buying keywords for some relatively obscure term you will rank very highly for some of them but the search volume may simply be too low to make much money from sales. But if it is for a relatively highly searched for product then you may see a very good return for your time.

Obviously many people simply search for the product itself or the general term for the product. But for popular items or items that vary a lot in price from site to site there are going to be a good amount of searchers using all manner of longtail keywords in their searches. If you rank for them all you will make money, and that is the bottom line.

If each post results in 1 sale a month you still get to sell 50 of the product a month. And chances are that if you have 50 posts on a site about a product you will be seen as the authority for that site. Check out the affiliate marketing guide for tips on site design and increasing sales and you will make money.

The bottom line really is that you need to spend a lot of time working and getting backlinks to make money on the Internet. You really should not be reading this you know and I certainly should not be taking the time to write it. It is very hard work and needs patience and confidence that what you do today will actually make money better in a years time.

Just keep writing the content and get as many backlinks from as many places as you can and you can be the top site for whatever topic you pick. Be it large or small, expensive or cheap, very competitive or not, you can rank well if you decide to.

The sad part is though that much of what we put online simply never delivers the results that we expected. A lot of stuff simply flops and fails. But, when you do find something that is performing well then jump right in. You do not need to keep working all of your sites if they do not results in sales or earnings. Attack the one site that you have that performs best and go bonkers on it for a month. I took this advice I gave myself early this year and the results are amazing.

Go backlink crazy on an aged site, add content every day and really work it properly to make it the number one resource online for it. It definitely lifts the spirits to see $500 earned in a day and if you really set your mind to dominate a niche and put the work in, which is an awful lot, then you can make as much money as you want online. Just find that niche that really delivers for you and run with it. Who says you have to have hundreds of sites? Keep building them until you find the right niche then expand it out big style.

Anyway, pep talk over.

So, knock the junk sites from the top position and get yourself there for 50 buying keywords for your product. Then go make another load of sites or expand on what you have. If you know that a product makes sales then go full out to concentrate on ranking highly for it so that you help searchers to buy it for the best price and you get a nice commission. Not a bad way to make a living is it?

Now, back to writing for more buying keywords. (Source: Buying Keyword)

Secrets of the 7-Result SERP

by to Search Engine Trends

In August of 2012, Google launched 7-result SERPs, transforming page-one results. MozCast data initially showed that as many as 18% of the queries we tracked were affected. We’ve been collecting data on the phenomenon ever since, and putting some of the most common theories to the test. This is the story of the 7-result SERP as we understand it today (image created with PULP-O-MIZER).

I. 7-Result SERPs in The Wild

By now, you’ve probably seen a few 7-result SERPs in the “wild”, but I think it’s still useful to start at the beginning. Here are a few examples (with screenshots) of the various forms the 7-result SERP takes these days. I apologize in advance for the large images, but I think it’s sometimes important to see the full-length SERP.

(1) The “Classic” 7-Result SERP

The classic 7-result SERP usually appears as a #1 listing with expanded site-links (more on that later), plus six more organic listings. Here’s a screenshot from a search for “some ecards”, a navigational query:

Classic 7-result SERP

(2) The 7 + 7 with Local Results

It’s also possible to see 7-result SERPs blended with other types of results, including local “pack” results. Here’s the result of a search with local intent – “williamsburg prime outlets”:

7-result SERP with 7 local

(3) The 6 + Image Mega-Pack

It’s not just organic results that can appear in the #1 spot of a 7-result SERP, though. There’s a rare exception when a “mega-pack” of images appears at the top of a SERP. Here’s a “7-result” SERP with one image pack and six organic listings – the search is “pictures of cats”:

7-result SERP with image mega-pack

II. Some 7-Result SERP Stats

Our original data set showed 7-result page-one SERPs across about 18% of the queries we tracked. That number has varied over time, dropping as low as 13%. Recently, we’ve been experimenting with a larger data set (10,000 keywords). Over the 10 days from 1/13-1/22 (the data for this post was collected around 1/23), that data set tracked 7-result SERPs in the range of 18.1% – 18.5%. While this isn’t necessarily representative of the entire internet, it does show that 7-result SERPs continue to be a significant presence on Google.

These percentages are calculated by unique queries. We can also looking at query volume. Using Google’s “global” volume (exact-match), the percentage of queries by volume with 7-result SERPs for 1/22 was 19.5%. This compares to 18.5% by unique queries. Factoring in volume, that’s almost a fifth of all queries we track.

Here are the 7-result SERP percentages across 20 industry categories (500 queries per category) for 1/22:

 Apparel 23.6%
 Arts & Entertainment 16.8%
 Beauty & Personal Care 12.6%
 Computers & Consumer Electronics 16.8%
 Dining & Nightlife 27.2%
 Family & Community 13.2%
 Finance 19.2%
 Food & Groceries 13.4%
 Health 3.8%
 Hobbies & Leisure 11.0%
 Home & Garden 20.0%
 Internet & Telecom 12.6%
 Jobs & Education 21.4%
 Law & Government 16.2%
 Occasions & Gifts 7.8%
 Real Estate 13.2%
 Retailers & General Merchandise 29.6%
 Sports & Fitness 28.6%
 Travel & Tourism 36.2%
 Vehicles 26.0%

These categories were all borrowed from the Google AdWords keyword research tool. The most impacted vertical is “Travel & Tourism”, at 36.2%, with “Health” being the least impacted.  At only 500 queries/category, it’s easy to over-interpret this data, but I think it’s interesting to see how much the impact varies.

III. The Site-Link Connection

Many people have hypothesized a link between expanded site-links and 7-result SERPs. We’ve seen a lot of anecdotal evidence, but I thought I’d put it to the test on a large scale, so we collected site-link data (presence and count) for the 10,000 keywords in this study.

Of the 1,846 queries (18.5%) in our data set that had 7-result SERPs on the morning of 1/22, 100% of them had expanded site-links for the #1 position. There were 45 queries that had expanded site-links, but did not show a 7-result count, but those were all anomalies based on how we count local results (we include blended local and packs in the MozCast count, whereas Google may not). There is nearly a perfect, positive correlation between 7-result SERPs and expanded site-links. Whatever engine is driving one also very likely drives the other.

The only minor exception is the image blocks mentioned above. In those cases, the image “mega-pack” seems to be the equivalent of expanded site-links. Internally, we count those as 6-result SERPs, but I believe Google sees them as a 7-result variant.

While most (roughly 80%) of 7-result SERPs have six expanded site-links, there doesn’t seem to be any rule about that. We’re tracking 7-result SERPs with anywhere from one to six expanded site-links. It doesn’t take a full set of site-links to trigger a 7-result SERP. In some cases, it seems to just be the case that the domain only has a limited number of query-relevant pages.

IV. 7-Result Query Stability

Originally, I assumed that once a query was deemed “worthy” of site-links and a 7-result SERP, that query would continue to have 7 results until Google made a major change to the algorithm. The data suggests that this is far from true – many queries have flipped back and forth from 7 to 10 and vise-versa since the 7-result SERP roll-out.

While our MozCast Top-View Metrics track major changes to the average result count, the real story is a bit more complicated. On any given day, a fairly large number of keywords flip from 7s to 10s and 10s to 7s. From 1/21 to 1/22, for example, 61 (0.61%) went from 10 to 7 results and 56 (0.56%) went from 7 to 10 results. A total of 117 “flips” happened in a 24-hour period – that’s just over 1% of queries, and that seems to be typical.

Some keywords have flipped many times – for example, the query “pga national” has flipped from 7-to-10 and back 27 times (measured once/day) since the original roll-out of 7-result SERPs. This appears to be entirely algorithmic – some threshold (whether it’s authority, relevance, brand signals, etc.) determines if a #1 result deserves site-links, probably in real-time, and when that switch flips, you get a 7-result SERP.

V. The Diversity Connection

I also originally assumed that a 7-result SERP was just a 10-result SERP with site-links added and results #8-#10 removed. Over time, I developed a strong suspicion this was not the case, but tracking down solid evidence has been tricky. The simple problem is that, once we track a 7-result SERP, we can’t see what the SERP would’ve looked like with 10 results.

This is where query stability comes in – while it’s not a perfect solution (results naturally change over time), we can look at queries that flip and see how the 7-result SERP on one day compares to the 10-result SERP on the next. Let’s look at our flipper example, “pga national” – here are the sub-domains for a 7-result SERP recorded on 1/19:


The previous day (1/18), that same query recorded a 10-result SERP. Here are the sub-domains for those 10 results:


The 10-result SERP allows multiple listings for the top domain, whereas the 7-result SERP collapses the top domain to one listing plus expanded site-links. There is a relationship between listings #2-#4 in the 10-result SERP and the expanded site-links in the 7-result SERP, but it’s not one-to-one.

Recently, I happened across another way to compare. Google partners with other search engines to provide data, and one partner with fairly similar results is EarthLink. What’s interesting is that Google partners don’t show expanded site-links or 7-result SERPs – at least not in any case I’ve found (if you know an exception, please let me know). Here’s a search for “pga national” on EarthLink on 1/25:


Again, the #1 domain is repeated. Looking across multiple SERPs, the pattern varies a bit, and it’s tough to pin it down to just one rule for moving from 7 results to 10 results. In general, though, the diversity pattern holds. When a query shifts from a 10-result SERP to a 7-result SERP, the domain in the #1 spot gets site-links but can’t occupy spots #2-#7.

Unfortunately, the domain diversity pattern has been hard to detect at large-scale.  We track domain diversity (percentage of unique sub-domains across the Top 10) in MozCast, but over the 2-3 days that 7-results SERPs rolled out, overall diversity only increased from 55.1% to 55.8%.

Part of the problem is that our broad view of diversity groups all sub-domains, meaning that the lack of diversity in the 10-result SERPs could overpower the 7-result SERPs. So, what if we separate them? Across the core MozCast data (1K queries), domain diversity on 1/22 was 53.4%. Looking at just 7-result SERPs, though, domain diversity was 62.2% (vs. 54.2% for 10-result SERPs). That’s not a massive difference, but it’s certainly evidence to support the diversity connection.

Of course, causality is tough to piece together. Just because 7-result SERPs are more diverse, that doesn’t mean that Google is using domain crowding as a signal to generate expanded site-links. It could simply mean that the same signals that cause a result to get expanded site-links also cause it to get multiple spots in a 10-result SERP.

VI. The Big Brand Connection

So, what drives 7-result SERPs? Many people have speculated that it’s a brand signal – at a glance, there are many branded (or at least navigational) queries in the mix. Many of these are relatively small brands, though, so it’s not a classic picture of big-brand dominance. There are also some 7-result queries that don’t seem branded at all, such as:

  1. “tracking santa”
  2. “cool math games for kids”
  3. “unemployment claim weeks”
  4. “cell signaling”
  5. “irs transcript”

Granted, these are exceptions to the rule, and some of these are brand-like, for lack of a better phrase. The query “irs transcript” does pull up the IRS website in the top spot – the full phrase may not signal a brand, but there’s a clear dominant match for the search. Likewise, “tracking santa” is clearly NORAD’s domain, even if they don’t have a domain or brand called “tracking santa”, and even if they’re actually matching on “tracks santa”.

In some cases, there does seem to be a brand (or entity) bias. Take a search for “reef”, which pulls up in the #1 spot with four site-links:

Google #1 result for

Not to pick on, but I don’t think of them as a household name. Are they a more relevant match to “reef” than any particular reef (like the Great Barrier Reef) or the concept of a reef in general? It could be a question of authority (DA = 66) or of the Exact-Match Domain in play – unfortunately, we throw around the term “brand” a lot, but we don’t often dig into how that translates into practical ranking signals.

I pulled authority metrics (DA and PA) for a subset of these queries, and there seems to be virtually no correlation between authority (as we measure it) and the presence of site-links. An interesting example is Wikipedia. It occupies over 11% of the #1 results (yeah, it’s not your imagination), but only seven of those 1,119 queries have 7-result SERPs. This is a site with a Domain Authority of 100 (out of 100).

VII. The “Entity” Connection

One emerging school of thought is that named entities are getting more ranking power these days. A named entity doesn’t have to be a big brand, just a clear match to a user’s intent. For example, if I searched for “sam’s barber shop”, would much more likely match my intent than results for barbers who happened to be named Sam. Sam’s Barber Shop is an entity, regardless of its Domain Authority or other ranking signals. This goes beyond just an exact-match domain (EMD) connection, too.

I think that 7-result SERPs and other updates like Knowledge Graph do signal a push toward classifying entities and generally making search reflect the real world. It’s not going to be enough in five years simply to use keywords well in your content or inbound anchor links. Google is going to want to want to return rich objects that represent “real-world” concepts that people understand, even if those concepts exist primarily online. This fits well into the idea of the dominant interpretation, too (as outlined in Google’s rater guidelines and other documents). Whether I search for “Microsoft” or “Sam’s Barber Shop”, the dominant interpretation model suggests that the entity’s website is the best match, regardless of other ranking factors or the strength of their SEO.

There’s only one problem with the entity explanation. Generally speaking, I’d expect an entity to be stable – once a query was classified as an entity and acquired expanded sitelinks, I’d expect it to stay that way. As mentioned, though, the data is fairly unstable. This could indicate that entity detection is dynamic – based on some combination of on-page/link/social/user signals.

VIII. The Secret Sauce is Ketchup

Ok, maybe “secrets” was a bit of an exaggeration. The question of what actually triggers a 7-result SERP is definitely complicated, especially as Google expands into Knowledge Graph and advanced forms of entity association. I’m sure the broader question on everyone’s mind is “How do I get (or stop getting) a 7-result SERP?” I’m not sure there’s any simple answer, and there’s definitely no simple on-page SEO trick. The data suggests that even a strong link profile (i.e. authority) may not be enough. Ultimately, query intent and complex associations are going to start to matter more, and your money keywords will be the ones where you can provide a strong match to intent. Pay attention not only to the 7-result SERPs in your own keyword mix, but to queries that trigger Knowledge Graph and other rich data – I expect many more changes in the coming year.

Buying and selling domains with Matt Wegrzyn (Bodis.Com)

The dream of being a boss at a young age – rarely exist, however Matt Wegrzyn is only 22 and such concept is his reality. His genuine desire for the Internet began at the age of 15, where he was a developer within the website ColdFusion.

Matt Wegrzyn - Bodis.ComComplex issues occurred, as he was a developer of ColdFusion, these issue helped form ideas within him. From the age of 17, he started his journey in becoming a domainer.

His role as a domainer is presently notice via his website His first step as a domain began as he started buying the domain of forums, considering the fact that forums regarding technology and the internet are areas that he aims to dwell in within his own website.

Investors aren’t always easy to find, neither are banks that are looking to give loan money to a teenager.

In Matt’s case, his parents became his bank by loaning money to him in the early days of


Currently, his domains are roughly worth a six-figure number. began in January 2007, and is present till this very day. This website is currently a 3 in 1 systems for people with domains. The system basically helps, sell, buys and park domains.

Good researching helps an individual, to have a stronger mind frame of what needs to be done within their area.

Matt personally taught himself regarding marketing, which helped, sharpened his entrepreneurial skills. His beginnings were small, yet he believed on the concept of never giving up, This is his advice for upcoming entrepreneurs.

Create a Viral Article That Spreads Like a Wildfire!

Want to create a viral article that sweeps across like a bushfire? Want to see this resulting in increased traffic to your website? We all desire for more daily visitors to our website than the Statue of Liberty! We want to write an awesome article that generates a tremendous interest to the readers and hence visit our website. The strategies that most successful Article Marketers have used lies in THREE important elements:

1. Don’t Write a Title, Write a Killer Title:

A powerful title will attract readers to your article like a magnet. A title that reflects the WANT of your prospects. Prospects who are within your niche. It is better to grab the attention of 1000 people in your niche, 5% of whom go on to read your article than 5,000 people with hardly an interest in your niche.

We know there are loads of articles out there with “how to” and “list” headlines, so how do you create an attention-grabbing Title that really makes you stand out?

Consider the following Approaches:

  • “Little Known Ways to [Blank]” – This is an intriguing way to talk about your niche, for example “Little Known Ways to Save on Your Grocery Bills” or “Little Known Ways to Increase Your Metabolism (and lose weight)”
  • “Who Else Wants [Blank]” – Starting a Title with “who else wants” is a time-honoured social proof strategy. It implies that there is already a desire and consumption for what you’re offering. This works like clockwork. For example “Who Else Wants to Earn More Money”, “Who Else Wants to Save Money on Their Energy Bills”
  • “[Do Something] Like [World-Class Example] – People like to be inspired by others’ achievements, and then focus on aiming for something for themselves. For example “Speak Russian Like an Ambassador” or “Make Money Like Warren Buffet”.

2. A Viral content: Your content is your platform for generating the intrigue and curiosity of the reader.

This content should be informative, entertaining yet original. How unique is your service/product compared to those of others? What should captivate the readers to accept what you have written? Creates the feeling of addressing what your reader WANTS.

Research and find out what is the most searched topic in your niche. Then read the articles already published and see where there is a real shortage of information (or demand) and then put together your article. create a content that is so engaging to the readers that they won’t be able to take their eyes off your article!

3. A Power-punching Resource Box:

This is what drives your readers’ curiosity to click on your website link. You cannot rely on a killer Title with a high quality Content to simply create the traffic flow to your website that you desire. Combing the above two elements with a killer Resource Box is a powerful formula. Its result is to make your article readership go viral. Many articles will talk about the content of what you should write, which is fine. BUT what makes your article a magnet for the readers?

Specific courses are available, but not all courses allow you to discover the secrets of article marketing success. The key factor to making your time worthwhile (and your website profitable) is to find the need of your readers and THEN write about that niche for your readers. In the proverbial sense, you’ll be ‘hitting the nail on its head’ for your customers by identifying their current demands. For more on this powerful combination, feel free to have a look at the link below. It provides one of the most powerful yet simple systems for profitable writing.

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Bing Index – bing sites not in the index

Bing Index – if your site is not in the index, please do the following: 1. verify in our tools that your site is not blocked. 2. run a site: query to verify there are no pagesthread is praising Bing for speeding up their indexing and ranking of new pages, updated content and new web sites. Forum discussion at high google index!! [WTBSite dropped out of index; New website not listed in search results; Webmaster resources; How Yahoo! Search results are ranked.

Yahoo! Search and Bing Index Resources for Webmasterswe wrote about a major Google indexing all the post on webmaster sites, there are many people still complaining of index lost. There’s also a 14 page discussion onBing has been criticized for being slower to index websites than Google. It has also been criticized for not indexing some websites at all. and features in our rankingare complaining that Bing will not index On the subject of MSN not indexing sites I why a webmaster may not want the content be indexed. Bing Index


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Go Daddy Collapsing 72354 Domains Transfered Due to SOPA Support

A simple decision can send you down, Go Daddy team is now very much aware of that fact. More than 72354 domains have been transferred from Go Daddy in protest against the company’s support for the SOPA bill which is currently in Congress.

Even though Go Daddy came out to reverse there stance on the SOPA bill, many of their customers are still transferring domains from them. Things are not going well with Go Daddy at all. in fact, the companies representatives are even taking to the phones to beg you to keep your domains with the company.

It looks like these PR moves to save face, and business, are completely futile. According to TheDomains, 21,054 domains were transferred away from Go Daddy on Friday alone. At $6.99 a pop, that would make for a loss of $147,167, not taking future renewals into account. The day before wasn’t a good one for the company either, with 15,000 people taking their domains elsewhere. That means that even though Go Daddy changed its stance, people have had enough.

In just five days, Go Daddy has realized that the customer is the boss. The company id not effected by the SOPA bill though many of their customers will be affected if it becomes a law. T Here are the number of domains moving away from Go Daddy this week alone:

Monday (8,800)
Tuesday (13,000)
Wednesday (14,500)
Thursday (15,000)
Friday (21,054)

Even though the company came out to reverse their position on the bill, they have not yet written to the congress to show their disapproved for this bill which many of their customers would want.

The bad news for Go Daddy began on social nyetworks like Reddit where their was a strong call for people to boycott Go Daddy, many people who commented promised to transfer their domains from Go Daddy with many promising to transfer as many as 1000 domains.

But some people say that 72354 is Not even close. It’s a drop in the bucket. The have anywhere from 15,000 to 40,000 domains added daily. Despite cries from the internet, yesterday was a good day with over 32,000 added. Go Daddy has not felt much pain yet. The “PR nightmare” that many of us in the tech industry perceive is happening to them hasn’t hit their pocketbooks in any real form, yet.

However with the increase in pressure which has even let to the creation of website which are specifically related to the destruction of face book like, the company is surely on its heels fighting for survival

Free Podcast Hosting – Choosing the Right Podcast Hosting

Free Podcast Hosting – Talking about podcast hosting, there are 2 separate parts that every podcaster has to consider. The first one is podcast file hosting, and another is podcast site hosting.

Podcasters can host both of them on the same hosting account, but occasionally this is not possible for some reasons. Most sites, including podcast sites, consist of mainly text content. Podcast files, on the other hand, are audio or video content that consume much more space on storage device and bandwidth transfer to get from the server to the end users.

If your hosting account is capable of handling this kind of load, more power to you. Otherwise, consider migrate to another one. Alternatively you can use another hosting account to host the gigantic files and handle bandwidth issue.

For first time podcaster who started from scratch, selecting the right hosting is also important to keep both the files and site manageable and save cost.

1. Free podcast hosting

There are services that provide free space for your podcasts, such as The uploaded files should be released under Creative Common License. This solution is suitable for hobbyists who just want to distribute messages through them but don’t want to invest money in it.

For the podcast site, there are free blog hosting service like and which can help you publish episode notes and other content easily.

2. Commercial web hosting

Podcasts don’t use any proprietary protocol or standard so any web hosting that you use to host your site is good to go. The only consideration is that the web hosting server should be able to handle the load and have the disk space to transfer and store the files. Beware of the fact that hosting companies who promise unbelievable amount of disk space and bandwidth may not actually provide them without requiring you to upgrade and pay more.

Using commercial web hosting, you can setup WordPress blog to manage podcast site and also publish podcast feed.

3. Integrated podcast service

This is the easiest way to host your podcast. Usually podcast service provides file and site hosting in one account, with more other features. Choose service provider that know what they do so they can provide the level of service that you are expecting.

In this type of hosting, no further step is necessary other than signing up and start uploading and publishing.

To record a podcast is easy, but to publish it to the world and keep the podcast available is another different issue. It is very important to ensure that you it is available to listeners. Lousy podcast hosting not only causes listeners to go away because they can’t download it or view the podcast page, but also can put your credibility at stake as a professional business.

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The Best Companies for Podcast Hosting

A podcast is ether an audio or video file available on the Internet that could be downloaded to personal devices like the iPods, personal computers, mp3 players, etc. Podcast hosting is the making of podcasts to be downloaded by subscribers of the podcast. This type of hosting on the Internet can either be free or not. Free hosting has restrictions in the limit of bandwidth that is allowed per host. Hosting services that require fees are more convenient because you are not limited to the bandwidth that you can use. Here are some hosting companies that you can employ for your hosting.

Libsyn. Liberated Syndication’s monthly prices ranges from $5 to $30 depending on the size of storage you want. Libsyn also has unlimited bandwidth, meaning you can post as many podcasts as you want and still enable your subscribers to download them efficiently.

HipCast. Formerly known as, this service has tools that allow users to make podcasts from scratch. It offers a 7-day trial and if you are satisfied, you have to pay the monthly fees.

GoDaddy. This service does not have unlimited bandwidth, so this is perfect for those who post with small sizes.

Odeo Studio. This company allows users to post for free, but with limited bandwidth. You can only upload a file up to 50 mb. Hosting a podcast free of charge has its limitations, so if you are for promoting a business, it is advisable to use the services of a host that requires monthly fees for your podcasts to be downloaded continuously.

It is an easy and convenient way to share your audio and video files to everyone all over the world. You can also use hosting for your business. Make sure to choose the best hosting service provider for your hosting requirements so your subscribers are satisfied.

Three Types of Podcast Hosting

There are three types of hosting that you can choose from. Knowing what type of podcasts you want to post allows you to choose which host to employ.

Casual Hobbyist Level. This one is just for fun. If you put audio and video files in your website that do not have much subscribers, employing a free server is the best choice. Since the traffic on your website is slow, you do not need a high limit or unlimited bandwidth that will cost you every month.

Hobbyist or Small Business Level. Service like Libsyn gives you unlimited bandwidth, which means you can download and transfer data from your website as much as you want. This is perfect if you are promoting a business that requires you to post audio and video files on your site.

Serious Hobbyist or Business Level. Powweb and Globat are the best servers for this type of hosting. If you have a business that you want to promote extensively on the Internet, you need a podcast hosting server that gives you unlimited bandwidth, RSS feeds for your audience, etc.

Sharing audio and video files has never been easier. Your subscribers can even have your latest podcasts downloaded automatically through the RSS feed. They no longer have to check your site for new posts and download them manually as the feed shares your newest posts directly to them.

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