How To Buy a Bail Bonds Domain The Easy Way
So you have come across a domain name you would like to use for your new or existing bail bonds business but find the name has already been taken. There are other options to securing the domain or possibly looking to us for a domain we have that may be a close fit.
If you like some of the bail domains for sale, you can be the new owner in less than five minutes, and you can pay with Credit Card, Debit Card, Check, or PayPal.
But, if you have come across a domain either pending delete or available for sale and want to know if it is right for you, here are a few tips on how to get a great deal on a bail bond domain.
Step one in finding a great domain is to plan what you are going to do with it. Will you:
- Be using the domain as your main business website?
- Use the domain as a lander to build contacts?
- Use the domain as a secondary to point people to your main website?
- Use the domain as a backlinking tool for your main website?
Let’s take for example that you are building a brand new website for your bail bonds business. You’ll want to purchase a domain that fits either your company name or your location. Since most people will be typing in the location of where they want to secure a bail bondsman it’s in my opinion to ensure you get a domain for your city.
I also suggest purchasing the domain with your company name to ensure no competitor purchases the domain and uses it to forward traffic to their website. Now then, since you purchased the “.com” of the domain, it’s good practice to own all the real estate surrounding your domain name to include the non-plural version.
Example: You are located in Reading, Pennsylvania and own ReadingBailBonds.com for your domain. You should purchase:
- ReadingBailBonds.biz ReadingBailBond.com
- …and others
This ensures that no competitor in Reading PA can grab that local listing; and local listings are where your business can make the best leads and grab the most traffic. Honestly, an additional $10 per year (per domain) in registrar fees is not going to break the bank, especially if just one bond was sold through either of those domains.
Keep in mind that most search engines will still bring up an exact keyword search using the keywords listed in the domain. Later I’ll write a post on how to use the keywords in your site properly.
Buying Domains Which are Pending Delete
If you want a real bargain then buying a domain which was once used for your niche is an often lucrative deal. They already have some age and possibly backlinks, plus, those domains might even have pages written on them that are cached in Google.
The only drawback to a domain which is on the Redemption Period or the Pending Delete chopping block is having to play the waiting game. But, if the domain is worth it, then it’s worth the wait. To get one of these domains you need to be vigilant in refreshing a screen and having your domain purchase account set up to grab a domain once it becomes available.
Learn more about buying a Pending Delete Domain to really get some quality online real estate.
Using One Registrar May Net You Free Goodies
If you have an account at some registrars that contain a good number of domains, you may be eligible for freebies you didn’t know about. At NameCheap, if you own 50+ domains you will start to receive money off each new domain purchase, renewal or transfer. Once you reach 50 domains in your account you simply email support asking for “Gold Status” and they will then set your account so that you never need to enter a coupon in the shopping cart. Your account will instantly receive lower prices for domains than other members.
You also receive other goodies in your account when you have over a certain amount of domains such as $100 free Google Adwords credits, $150 in AdRoll credit, 70 image credits at Deposit Photos, $50 ad credit on Twitter and more.
I’m sure other registrars may have promotions and offers but I’ve found NameCheap to be one of the best when it comes to customer care and savings.Click here to buy a Bail Bond Domain
You can be the new owner of a premier bail bond domain in just a few minutes. Payment types accepted are either Credit Card, Debit Card, eCheck, or PayPal.
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