Affiliate

An affiliate is the partner of a merchant or commercial purpose website through an affiliate program. Affiliate programs, also called associate programs, are arrangements in which an online merchant Web site pays affiliate Web sites a commission to send them traffic. These affiliate Web sites post links to the merchant site and are paid according to a particular agreement. This agreement is usually based on the number of people the affiliate sends to the merchant's site, or the number of people they send who buy something or perform some other action. Some arrangements pay according to the number of people who visit the page containing their merchant site's banner advertisement. Affiliate promotes the merchant’s products or services on their websites by the means of visual elements or various promotion tools (widgets,…
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Affiliate program

An affiliate program is a program set up by an ecommerce site to promote his offer on a large network of partner publisher websites called affiliates. When partners (affiliates) sign-up to the affiliate program and display visual elements to promote the merchant offer, they are paid commissions according to the sales they bring to the merchant. Affiliate programs may count many thousands of affiliates, if not more. For a more detailed definition of affiliate program, see affiliate marketing. The famous affiliate program is: cj, linkshare, clickbank, pepernetwork
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Domain name auction

Domain name auctions are a means to sell domain names on the secondary market which is mainly used by domainers. Domain name auctions may take place on specialized online marketplaces, general auction websites (i.e. eBay), during special events or less frequently during classic auction sessions. Many domains are sold for several hundred dollars, but some may be sold for over one million dollars (see domain buying for examples). In your reseller control panel, you will find a domain auction panel and a lot of domains are selling and buying through your super reseller control panel.
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Domainer

A domainer is, in domain names lingo, an individual who makes a living - and for some a very good living - of registering, buying and selling domain names. A domainer can also generates revenues through domain parking. In the beginning of the Internet era, domainers registered domain names with one or two words matching generic words and terms and occasionally resold them with a spectacular margin. Some generic domains originally registered for less than $50, have been sold for several millions of dollars (see domain name buying for examples). Rapidly, all domains with one or two words have been registered. Now, domainers who are still buying on the primary market (domain registering) buy domains with several words or domains associated with new trends, new words or new domain extensions.…
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Keyword Rich Domain

A keyword rich domain is a domain name which include a keyword related to targeted search queries. As keyword presence in domain names impacts Google ranking, the goal of keyword rich domain is to favor Google SERP rankings. A keyword rich domain has for second benefit to favor clicks in SERPs as users identify the site domain name as being related to their search and because the keyword is bolded in the search result. Google has diminished the importance of keyword rich domain names in search results but it has still some impact.
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