admin on September 16, 2009

I have this little site on Photoshop Work. This site is around 3-4 months old. For “Photoshop Work” it ranks 13th on Google. So far so good.

Photoshop Work

    If you look in the above picture you can notice the description in Google for Photoshop Work is not the one i have set. It is some junk.

    Is this a hack? I haven’t experienced this kind of hack earlier.

    Please feel free to share you thoughts in the comments section or contact me through the contact form.


admin on September 13, 2009

Some of the latest working Godaddy Coupon Codes are as follows.

299BUYCOM – .com for $2.99 – New Registration and Transfer

gdr921m – $10 OFF your order of $50 or more

gdr917aw – 25% OFF your order of $75 or more


admin on September 12, 2009

Here is one browsing tip which i call Smart Browsing. There are a lot of browsing tips which will save a lot of keystrokes for your fingers. This is one i have put to use and i am happy doing it.

I use Firefox browser and it works like a charm. I am sure other browsers will have similar support which you will have to figure out.

The way an average web savvy user goes to a website is as follows. For eg: To go to Google they type and enter. Did you know, i can also type google and then ctrl+enter. Even if we know how many of use it. This means i can save 3 keystrokes by avoiding the tld i.e com.

Some of the similar shortcuts to go to .com, .net & .org are as follows.

google and ctrl+enter = and enter
google and shift+enter = and enter
google and ctrl+shift+enter = and enter

I have been using these shortcuts for quite some time. Today i decided to check what it really saves me. For 2 hours during which i checked i have been keying in around 44 urls i.e 22 per hour. If i have been browsing on average of 8 hours per day that would mean 176 urls per day saving me 176 * 3 = 528 keystrokes a day.

The other easy alternative is to bookmark the sites. Being a super fast keyboard user(or atleast i think so) i feel more confident and happy typing the urls than going by the bookmark route. I just checked my typing speed and it is 65 wpm with 0 mistakes. If you want to check your typing speed, you can check it here.


admin on September 11, 2009

Link Building is an important piece of the SEO puzzle and Link Consistency is very important during Link Building. Its no brainer Google and most other search engines love webpages which have more back links than ones with less or no back links.

One important thing one should keep in mind while Link Building is Link Consistency. By Link Consistency, i mean you should build links for the same url. Don’t mix your back links with the main domain and sub domains.

For eg: http://localhost/migration is the main domain of this blog. http://localhost/migration is the sub domain. Many people miss this point of Link Consistency.

If i get say 100 back links for http://localhost/migration and another 100 back links for http://localhost/migration, the search engines are going to view it as two urls having 100 back links each. I would rather benefit by having all 200 back links for the main domain i.e http://localhost/migration.

Keep in mind having Link Consistency is an important factor in SEO.

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admin on September 9, 2009

First for those interested, I have a Geo domain at Bido’s no reserve auction on 10th September 2009 i.e on Thursday(tomorrow) this week.

I was sniffing through the domain names listed for auction at Bido for this week. The following are the picks.

Good name for an informational website. Should do well with little development.

Though i am not a fan of .cc names, this one is a good one.

Has around 15k Exact Global Google Monthly searches.

– South Bronx is a Geo in New York.

60,500 times searched in Google in US per month – Broad searches

8,100 times searched in Google in US per month – Exact searches

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admin on September 8, 2009

Some of the latest working Godaddy Coupon Codes are as follows. The last coupon code saved me $90 i.e 25% on my $360 order at Godaddy. I had to search for this code when i was running short of time. From now on i will try and post coupon codes frequently so that you know where to find them when you are in need of them.

yhkw105a – $7.17 for .com – New Registration
cjctld749 – $7.69 for .org – New Registration

DNF2 – $7.57 for .com – Renewal

gdr917k – 25% OFF on $75 or more


admin on September 6, 2009

Domain Name Brokers

Domain Name Brokers are those who mediate a Domain Name deal between the buyer and the seller normally for a brokerage fees. The brokerage fees really varies from a percentage of the sale price to a flat rate depending on the Domain Name Broker.

Many Domain Name Brokers broker only with exclusive brokerage rights though some of the Domain Name Brokers will also broker otherwise.

Domain Name Brokers usually broker only Premium Domain Names as it justifies their time and effort since the brokerage fees of the deal will be higher in this case.

Domain Name Brokers are rated based on their previous brokerage history, the level of contact they maintain within the domain name industry and other prospective end users, brokerage fees, success percentage, negotiation skills etc.

Domain Name Brokerage

Domain Name Brokerage can be a highly rewarding job. The advantages are that you don’t have to own the domain name, no high investment cost etc. You will have to just be a good broker with good contacts. Easier said than done. But many domain name brokers earn handsomely doing this job. Domain name brokerage is one more viable opportunity for earning.

Domain Name Brokers To Buy/Sell Domain Names

This is one area which is overlooked by those owning Premium Domains. Not everyone domain name owner has the brokering skills and contacts which are essential especially for high priced sales.

If one owns a very good domain or plans to buy a Premium Domain Name, taking the help of a domain name broker is going to give better returns. Though Domain Name Brokers are costly still this route will offer better returns on the investment.

The following are some of the factors one needs to consider before choosing a Domain Name Broker

1. Domain Name Broker’s past sales history
2. Is it exclusive rights and if so then what is the exclusive rights contract period
3. Domain Name Brokerage fees
4. What kind of contacts the Domain Name Broker has

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admin on September 3, 2009

Dear LD Readers,

LD is three months old now. First and Second months were fun and it continues to get better by the day.

During the third month, LD had around 3,150 visits. This is only slightly more than the second month. But this is understandable as i made fewer posts during the third month. The real growth is in the unique visitors which grew over 30% compared with the second month. LD is slowly but surely growing.

Yesterday i.e 2nd Sep 2009, Lazy Domaining broke into the 100k mark at Alexa rank in a big way.

Under 100K 2ndSep2009

I take this opportunity to thank all LD Readers for the continued support.

Have a Good Day.


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admin on September 3, 2009

A little Godaddy Coupon Code to Register or Transfer a .com domain at $5. However you will have to pay using a Credit card. Don’t think Paypal works.

GRAVITY5 – $5 for .com – Register or Transfer

I guess this works only for one domain per account though i haven’t tried it myself.

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admin on September 2, 2009

I was going through domain names listed for auction this week at Bido. The following are the ones that caught my eyes.

Nice name for someone dealing with the hosting business.

Has good number of Google searches per month at around 12k. Baseball fans are going to love this one.

The name is very generic and can be used for multiple purposes.

Good keywords. Very good Google searches per month at around 60,500.

Good Keywords. Good number of Google searches per month at 27,100.

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