Another one from the question bag, this time from Anonymous.
I’ve heard SEO-friendly domain names can help you in ranking high in search engines. Should I do this?
Before I write any more about this, extract all of the information you’ve heard about “SEO-friendly domain names” from your brain and throw it in your cranial garbage can.
It just doesn’t apply anymore.
From the question bag, we have one from John S.
Is it possible to register a domain name for less than the typically required minimum of one year? For example, if I wanted to create a website for an upcoming event that would come and go within 90 days. Imagine that once the event is over, there would be no more need for the event website or domain name.
Hover over this link.
Oh, what’s that? You can’t hover over it because you’re on a touch device?
Or you’re on a screen reader?
Tough luck. Guess you’ll never get to see what super important information that I have placed in that title attribute.
So you just registered a brand new domain, and pretty soon you have an interested bigwig corporate buyer sending you emails like this?
To Whom It May Concern,
I’m interested in your domain name listed for sale.
Did you get offers from other buyers?
Can you drop me your desired price?
If I can afford it I’ll reply.
Selling & buying names is not my main business. Just another way to invest money and make additional income.
Please keep our correspondence confidential.
Ph. D. President
Is it too good to be true?