Sex, Speed And The SEO Migration of Romantic Depot to WordPress

Romantic Depot operates six, soon to be seven adult stores offering sex toys and lingerie, in the New York City area.  Their flagship stores are in Manhattan and the Bronx.  They’ve been around for sometime and over the years their website aged along with other businesses seeking to help drive local foot traffic.

With the move to mobile devices in full demonstration the old RomanticDepot.com site was not responsive.  This lead the owner of the chain to build a new site that was mobile friendly and it lead to Ultimate SEO‘s involvement overseeing the process of migrating to this new site without hurting the site’s strong local SEO presence.

Romantic Depot does have an impressive keyword positioning presence in the New York City area. Even nationally they are on page 2 of results for “sex shop“.  The goal was to ensure a smooth transition to the mobile site while maintaining the SEO that had been built over the years.

301 Redirects

The new site was largely a 1 to 1 ratio.  The html static page manhattan.html went now to /manhattan/ on the WordPress site.  We placed in any one off redirects, a redirect that took any url that ended in .html and would return it without the html and a redirect for the index.html homepage to come back with the WordPress homepage at /

Backlink

Backlinks are the life blood of a sit’s ranking and it was important to ensure that those would be maintained with relevant content as well.  Using SEMRush.com we collected all of the backlinks and their existing targets and ensured those had rules as well.  While the site’s backlinks were in the tens of thousands it quick came down to a few hundred target urls that needed to be accounted for to maintain SEO.

Site Speed

Most of the work involved in preparing for the migration was speed performance in nature.  The new site when tested on GTMetrix.com was loading in 12.6 seconds with over 400 http requests. We targeted a 3 second load and through Cloudflare.com we were able to utilize a CDN that brought the site closer to users as well as offered other benefits.  Cloudflare alone brough the site load time to about 7 seconds.

We further limited content that could be on other pages for those other pages such as Google maps to the location homepages. Instituting lazy load ended up being the primary aspect of speeding up the site.  Image optimization was also completed and a move to PHP7.3 from 5.6.  Merging CSS and JS files also worked to reduce the requests.

SIte Speed FOr SEO MIgration

SIte Speed FOr SEO MIgration

With our work to provide a faster site complete the migration was completed and load times on the site are under 3 seconds for mobile users.

Multi Domain Strategy Consolidation

During the migration I also mentioned the value of building one brand.  RomanticDepotSuperStore.com was the site used as the online store for the chain.

The problem that arises from multiple domain strategies is the segmentation of resources and confusion it can cause to Google Analytics.  An easy eample of this is the bounce rate and pageviews metrics are actually hurt on the primary domain.

Consider this… a person searches romantic depot on Google.  The first result is their site, likely the person is going to want to know what items might be at the store.  Once the page loads they find the link to the store, maybe even before the page loads.  Clicking that link they are now taken to a new domain.

That visitors actions would have counted as a bounced visitor.  See when someone goes to your site and immediately leaves for another site that signals to Google that what was on that original site wasn’t what the searcher wanted.  To prevent future searchers from going to a site that people leave directly after going to it they might increase the position of other sites to try and correct for this in the future.  That ultimately means the top spot position for the keyword is being hampered by the site’s structure.

Further Google sees that a person wasn’t even interested enough in the site to look at a second page, they just left.  In realty the second site is part of the same overall topic or brand its just that Google doesn’t necessarily understand that.  An artificially inflated bounce rate and lower page views are all that the first site is getting and the second site is losing out as well as most of the marketing is surrounding the first site’s address…backlinks, social mentions and such.

Lower Bounce Rate

The illustration above shows our page views of the main root domain.  Guess when on the graph the romanticdepotsuperstore.com site was rolled into the main domains … late July.  The thing is, the traffic isn’t any greater its just not split up anymore.  The homepage link to the store is now going to a subfolder of the same domain, its helping by acting as another page view rather than hurting the site as a bounce.

The keywords and authority of this additional site were better utilized under the main domain RomanticDepot.com and this site was migrated to a subfolder /store as a separate WordPress site.

Thats important the site was migrated as a separate site under the original.  This was done for multiple reason and it creates its own set of unique challenges but we’ll discuss that later in a future post.

Consolidated Backlinks

The consolidation of the sites further helps with SEO because after we migrated we put into place redirects from the store’s domain to its new home within the subfolder.  That means all the backlinks now combine to help one site.  Lets consider the following illustration…

Domain A: DA 30 Backlinks: 10,000 Referring Domains: 1,000

Domain B: DA 30 Backlinks: 9,000 Referring Domains: 900

Competitor: DA 35 Backlinks: 13,000 Referring Domains: 1,300

Lets assume everything else is the same…we’d expect then that Competitor will rank higher on Google Search.  But if we combine Domain A ad Domain B.

Domain AB: DA 40 Backlinks: 19,000 Referring Domains: 1,900

Everything else still the same….Domain AB will now rank higher than the Competitor.

Hits: 0

https://ultimateseo.org/sex-speed-and-seo-migration/

Adobe Flash Ends A Decade Late

Google Announced in September 2019 that it was phasing out support for Flash from its Chrome browser following Adobe;s announcement that they would end support in 2020.  Apple users wont likely hear much about the end of Flash, in 2010,  Steve Jobs wrote a scathing review of Flash and in it explained why Apple products wouldn’t support it.

Google’s Flash Announcement:

For 20 years, Flash has helped shape the way that you play games, watch videos and run applications on the web. But over the last few years, Flash has become less common. Three years ago, 80 percent of desktop Chrome users visited a site with Flash each day. Today usage is only 17 percent and continues to decline.

This trend reveals that sites are migrating to open web technologies, which are faster and more power-efficient than Flash. They’re also more secure, so you can be safer while shopping, banking, or reading sensitive documents. They also work on both mobile and desktop, so you can visit your favorite site anywhere.

These open web technologies became the default experience for Chrome late last year when sites started needing to ask your permission to run Flash. Chrome will continue phasing out Flash over the next few years, first by asking for your permission to run Flash in more situations, and eventually disabling it by default. We will remove Flash completely from Chrome toward the end of 2020.

If you regularly visit a site that uses Flash today, you may be wondering how this affects you. If the site migrates to open web standards, you shouldn’t notice much difference except that you’ll no longer see prompts to run Flash on that site. If the site continues to use Flash, and you give the site permission to run Flash, it will work through the end of 2020.

It’s taken a lot of close work with Adobe, other browsers, and major publishers to make sure the web is ready to be Flash-free. We’re supportive of Adobe’s announcement today, and we look forward to working with everyone to make the web even better.

Steve Job’s Adobe Flash Note:

Apple has a long relationship with Adobe. In fact, we met Adobe’s founders when they were in their proverbial garage. Apple was their first big customer, adopting their Postscript language for our new Laserwriter printer. Apple invested in Adobe and owned around 20% of the company for many years. The two companies worked closely together to pioneer desktop publishing and there were many good times. Since that golden era, the companies have grown apart. Apple went through its near death experience, and Adobe was drawn to the corporate market with their Acrobat products. Today the two companies still work together to serve their joint creative customers – Mac users buy around half of Adobe’s Creative Suite products – but beyond that there are few joint interests.

I wanted to jot down some of our thoughts on Adobe’s Flash products so that customers and critics may better understand why we do not allow Flash on iPhones, iPods and iPads. Adobe has characterized our decision as being primarily business driven – they say we want to protect our App Store – but in reality it is based on technology issues. Adobe claims that we are a closed system, and that Flash is open, but in fact the opposite is true. Let me explain.

First, there’s “Open”.

Adobe’s Flash products are 100% proprietary. They are only available from Adobe, and Adobe has sole authority as to their future enhancement, pricing, etc. While Adobe’s Flash products are widely available, this does not mean they are open, since they are controlled entirely by Adobe and available only from Adobe. By almost any definition, Flash is a closed system.

Apple has many proprietary products too. Though the operating system for the iPhone, iPod and iPad is proprietary, we strongly believe that all standards pertaining to the web should be open. Rather than use Flash, Apple has adopted HTML5, CSS and JavaScript – all open standards. Apple’s mobile devices all ship with high performance, low power implementations of these open standards. HTML5, the new web standard that has been adopted by Apple, Google and many others, lets web developers create advanced graphics, typography, animations and transitions without relying on third party browser plug-ins (like Flash). HTML5 is completely open and controlled by a standards committee, of which Apple is a member.

Apple even creates open standards for the web. For example, Apple began with a small open source project and created WebKit, a complete open-source HTML5 rendering engine that is the heart of the Safari web browser used in all our products. WebKit has been widely adopted. Google uses it for Android’s browser, Palm uses it, Nokia uses it, and RIM (Blackberry) has announced they will use it too. Almost every smartphone web browser other than Microsoft’s uses WebKit. By making its WebKit technology open, Apple has set the standard for mobile web browsers.

Second, there’s the “full web”.

Adobe has repeatedly said that Apple mobile devices cannot access “the full web” because 75% of video on the web is in Flash. What they don’t say is that almost all this video is also available in a more modern format, H.264, and viewable on iPhones, iPods and iPads. YouTube, with an estimated 40% of the web’s video, shines in an app bundled on all Apple mobile devices, with the iPad offering perhaps the best YouTube discovery and viewing experience ever. Add to this video from Vimeo, Netflix, Facebook, ABC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, ESPN, NPR, Time, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Sports Illustrated, People, National Geographic, and many, many others. iPhone, iPod and iPad users aren’t missing much video.

Another Adobe claim is that Apple devices cannot play Flash games. This is true. Fortunately, there are over 50,000 games and entertainment titles on the App Store, and many of them are free. There are more games and entertainment titles available for iPhone, iPod and iPad than for any other platform in the world.

Third, there’s reliability, security and performance.

Symantec recently highlighted Flash for having one of the worst security records in 2009. We also know first hand that Flash is the number one reason Macs crash. We have been working with Adobe to fix these problems, but they have persisted for several years now. We don’t want to reduce the reliability and security of our iPhones, iPods and iPads by adding Flash.

In addition, Flash has not performed well on mobile devices. We have routinely asked Adobe to show us Flash performing well on a mobile device, any mobile device, for a few years now. We have never seen it. Adobe publicly said that Flash would ship on a smartphone in early 2009, then the second half of 2009, then the first half of 2010, and now they say the second half of 2010. We think it will eventually ship, but we’re glad we didn’t hold our breath. Who knows how it will perform?

Fourth, there’s battery life.

To achieve long battery life when playing video, mobile devices must decode the video in hardware; decoding it in software uses too much power. Many of the chips used in modern mobile devices contain a decoder called H.264 – an industry standard that is used in every Blu-ray DVD player and has been adopted by Apple, Google (YouTube), Vimeo, Netflix and many other companies.

Although Flash has recently added support for H.264, the video on almost all Flash websites currently requires an older generation decoder that is not implemented in mobile chips and must be run in software. The difference is striking: on an iPhone, for example, H.264 videos play for up to 10 hours, while videos decoded in software play for less than 5 hours before the battery is fully drained.

When websites re-encode their videos using H.264, they can offer them without using Flash at all. They play perfectly in browsers like Apple’s Safari and Google’s Chrome without any plugins whatsoever, and look great on iPhones, iPods and iPads.

Fifth, there’s Touch.

Flash was designed for PCs using mice, not for touch screens using fingers. For example, many Flash websites rely on “rollovers”, which pop up menus or other elements when the mouse arrow hovers over a specific spot. Apple’s revolutionary multi-touch interface doesn’t use a mouse, and there is no concept of a rollover. Most Flash websites will need to be rewritten to support touch-based devices. If developers need to rewrite their Flash websites, why not use modern technologies like HTML5, CSS and JavaScript?

Even if iPhones, iPods and iPads ran Flash, it would not solve the problem that most Flash websites need to be rewritten to support touch-based devices.

Sixth, the most important reason.

Besides the fact that Flash is closed and proprietary, has major technical drawbacks, and doesn’t support touch based devices, there is an even more important reason we do not allow Flash on iPhones, iPods and iPads. We have discussed the downsides of using Flash to play video and interactive content from websites, but Adobe also wants developers to adopt Flash to create apps that run on our mobile devices.

We know from painful experience that letting a third party layer of software come between the platform and the developer ultimately results in sub-standard apps and hinders the enhancement and progress of the platform. If developers grow dependent on third party development libraries and tools, they can only take advantage of platform enhancements if and when the third party chooses to adopt the new features. We cannot be at the mercy of a third party deciding if and when they will make our enhancements available to our developers.

This becomes even worse if the third party is supplying a cross platform development tool. The third party may not adopt enhancements from one platform unless they are available on all of their supported platforms. Hence developers only have access to the lowest common denominator set of features. Again, we cannot accept an outcome where developers are blocked from using our innovations and enhancements because they are not available on our competitor’s platforms.

Flash is a cross platform development tool. It is not Adobe’s goal to help developers write the best iPhone, iPod and iPad apps. It is their goal to help developers write cross platform apps. And Adobe has been painfully slow to adopt enhancements to Apple’s platforms. For example, although Mac OS X has been shipping for almost 10 years now, Adobe just adopted it fully (Cocoa) two weeks ago when they shipped CS5. Adobe was the last major third party developer to fully adopt Mac OS X.

Our motivation is simple – we want to provide the most advanced and innovative platform to our developers, and we want them to stand directly on the shoulders of this platform and create the best apps the world has ever seen. We want to continually enhance the platform so developers can create even more amazing, powerful, fun and useful applications. Everyone wins – we sell more devices because we have the best apps, developers reach a wider and wider audience and customer base, and users are continually delighted by the best and broadest selection of apps on any platform.

Conclusions.

Flash was created during the PC era – for PCs and mice. Flash is a successful business for Adobe, and we can understand why they want to push it beyond PCs. But the mobile era is about low power devices, touch interfaces and open web standards – all areas where Flash falls short.

The avalanche of media outlets offering their content for Apple’s mobile devices demonstrates that Flash is no longer necessary to watch video or consume any kind of web content. And the 250,000 apps on Apple’s App Store proves that Flash isn’t necessary for tens of thousands of developers to create graphically rich applications, including games.

New open standards created in the mobile era, such as HTML5, will win on mobile devices (and PCs too). Perhaps Adobe should focus more on creating great HTML5 tools for the future, and less on criticizing Apple for leaving the past behind.

Steve Jobs
April, 2010

What This Means In SEO

If your site uses Flash, you have a year to stop or no one will see your site content unless they uses an older version of a browser that still plays Flash.

Hits: 0

Adobe Flash Ends A Decade Late

Adobe Flash Ends A Decade Late

Article Name
Adobe Flash Ends A Decade Late
Description
Adobe announced the end of Flash, a technology that ended for many in 2010.
Matthew Leffler
Ultimate SEO
Ultimate SEO
https://ultimateseo.org/wp-content/uploads/ultimateseoimpactsm.png

https://ultimateseo.org/adobe-flash-ends-a-decade-late/

Political SEO: Common Mistakes Campaigns Make On Facebook

This post is largely a repost from New Media Campaigns.  Its spot on and I couldn’t say it better.  Some additional recommendations I’ve made for political candidates and their campaigns are included in:

Political SEO and Articles Politically Tagged the main article I have on this is Political SEO: SEO Tips For Political Campaign Websites

William Henry Harrison is the imagery I wanted you to consider when thinking about your social media and mistakes that could be made. As President of the United States he wasted no time in his inaugural address to deliver in detail his long plans for the country.  Speaking uncovered in torrential rains history blame’s his death on the blunder of talking so long in a downpour.  The end of a politician due to his messaging is the image I give you.

messaging kills politician

messaging kills politician

Top Mistakes Made In Social Media By Candidates

1. Not promoting it

The first tip is super-straightforward, but it is so important yet so often overlooked that it is worth mentioning first.  Once you create a Facebook page it needs to be promoted for voters and supporters to ever find it. Add a link to the page wherever you can online, including the campaign website, Twitter account, and Youtube video descriptions. Additionally, promote the page offline in places like on direct mail, campaign literature, TV ads, and in a candidate’s stump speeches.

Targeting Facebook ads to voters and potential supporters can also be tremendously cost-effective, so use some of the money budgeted for online ads (you are, right?) to promote the page.

2. Setting up a personal profile for a campaign

This is very basic, but I still see many campaigns get this wrong. Campaigns should be using a page, not a personal profile for a candidate.

3. Having both a personal profile and a page for a candidate

Facebook Profile and Page

Facebook Profile and Page

It’s the year 2012 and most people are on Facebook, including many candidates. Additionally, many candidates have been on Facebook for years now and accumulated quite a few friends. So the question often pops up on what should be done with a personal profile while a campaign is going on. It’s best to simply hide the personal one through the duration of the campaign so voters don’t get confused trying to decide which place to connect.

4. Profile Blunders

Many voters will be introduced to you for the very first time on social media. In many cases, they’ll be going to your profile as a starting point to learn more about you. Be sure you’re not making any of these basic errors:

  • Incomplete Profile: Fill everything out! If there is a description field, be sure to use it. If there’s space for your website, use it. If there’s space for any information, use it! Not only is it important to take advantage of the real estate these social networks give you, but incomplete profiles may sometimes leave the impression that you’re lazy, sloppy, or incompetent.
  • Missing Networks: All campaigns, most especially small ones, need to be extremely judicious with their resources. If you’re going to use a social network, you must commit to it. Failing to do so will leave a very poor impression. However, I strongly encourage you to at least register the same user name on every single social network possible. You don’t have to use it, but it will prevent squatters, trolls, and opponents from making mischief with them.
  • Wrong Image Sizes: Using images can be complicated. Most social networks now have both a profile picture and a banner image. These are both very different sizes and aspect ratios. It’s important to use an image with the proper aspect ratio in each circumstance. Most profile images are square, so attempting to use a logo or picture that’s very wide or very tall will not look right.

5. Neglecting to set up a vanity Facebook url (and as soon as possible)

Facebook Username

Facebook Username

As soon as a page hits a certain level of “likes” (currently 25), a personalized url can be set up for the page that makes it much easier to remember. For instance, the default url for your page will look something like: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Bob-Smithford/143854752232314.

A personalized Facebook url allows it to be a much simpler: http://www.facebook.com/bobsmithford.

Also, while this isn’t always possible, ideally this should be the same as your domain and usernames for every social network you are on. For example, take the Obama campaign: the domain name is barackobama.com, the Facebook url is facebook.com/barackobama, the Twitter username is @barackobama,  and the Youtube username is BarackObama. Keeping a name the same across platforms makes it much easier for supporters to find the pages.

6. Promoting a page on print and TV with just an icon instead of a url

On the web you can simply click an icon and it will take you to the website — but you can’t do this with a postcard or TV ad, so including a url is import so supporters can find a candidate’s Facebook page.

Good

Good

In the same way that you wouldn’t add an icon of a website and tell people to go there without mentioning the url, don’t only add a Facebook icon and expect people to find it on their own. Use the personalized url set up for your page and include that on any print or video pieces the campaign puts out.

Good

Good

7. Never looking at Facebook Insights

Facebook demographics

Facebook demographics

I’ve often found campaigns don’t realize the wealth of information they have access to through the Insights tab on a for the Facebook page. There a wide range of data that can provide insights things like:

  • the demographic makeup of those who “like” a page
  • the best times for posting and the most interacted with type of posts
  • the number of people reached through a post
  • number of interactions with a post
  • how many times a Facebook page has been viewed

8. Not setting up a custom landing tab

Facebook allows a tab other than the wall to be designated as the first tab visitors will see that visit a Facebook page and are not yet fans.  Facebook also gives us the ability to customize a tab specifically how we want it. By combining these two options, campaigns have a great opportunity to convert interested voters into supporters and supporters into donors, volunteers, and more. By default, visitors are shown the wall of a page.

As an example, take a look at how Mitt Romney’s landing tab is currently set up. While there is more to it than is probably necessary, it includes valuable elements like an email signup, donation call to action, and more information for voters on why Romney should be President.

Another example is the signup shown on Elizabeth Warren’s Facebook page:

9. Auto-posting tweets to Facebook

Facebook and Twitter may both be social networks, but both are different from each other in how best to use them. Many campaigns are tempted to autopost tweets from a campaign Twitter account to a Facebook page (or vice versa), but doing doing so removes the ability to customize messaging for the platform.

There many reasons not to do this, but here are a few:

  • Facebook allows more characters than Twitter, so it makes sense to take advantage of that and use when necessary
  • Facebook gives users the ability to attach links, videos, and picture with a status update. This is lost when autoposting
  • It looks lazy to voters
  • There’s a good chance a campaign will not notice and consequently not respond to any comments people may leave on the Facebook update
  • It’s much more likely that you will inadvertently barrage users with too many status updates because Twitter is set up for more frequent updates than Facebook

10. Using the Facebook page to dump press releases and official statements

Keep the press releases and official statements to the reporters and customize your message with a more personal feel for people on Facebook. Press releases are boring, so resist the urge to directly post these to a page. If you do, don’t expect fans to actually want to read what is posted. Instead post pictures, videos, and shorter messages that people will actually look at.

Compare North Carolina Governor Bev Perdue’s Facebook page to Florida Governor Rick Scott’s Facebook page. Which do you find more interesting?

Perdue FB

Perdue FB

Scott FB

Scott FB

11. Adding the position sought to the candidate’s Facebook page title

This is something I know other people disagree with, but I strongly believe that the title for a Facebook page should only be the candidate’s name and nothing more. For example, use “Frank Miller” instead of “Frank Miller for Springfield City Council” because once Frank Miller gets elected, he will want to keep using the Facebook page but the “for Springfield City Council” will no longer be correct. Alternatively, if Frank loses and runs for mayor in two years, the previous page will no longer be able to be used and the campaign will have to start from scratch again.

Facebook doesn’t allow changing a page title if there are over 100 likes, and it’s an awful feeling when you realize the page you worked hard to build to hundreds or thousands of fans is no longer able to be used because the title is incorrect. Keep it simple and stick with solely the candidate’s name — in the long run you will be glad.

12. Twitter Chats, a.k.a. The Online “Kick Me” Sign

Don’t. Ever. Just say no to Twitter chats. You are absolutely falling for the online version of someone hanging a “Kick Me” sign on your back. It invites all of the opponents and trolls on to your timeline and hands them a golden opportunity to counter your arguments and cast you in a negative light.

If you’re not familiar with the term “Twitter chat,” they’re a public, online conversation that uses Twitter hashtags to ask questions and solicit answers. Users can search for the Twitter tag and see all of the comments from any Twitter user who wishes to jump into the conversation.

While this example is a company and not a political candidate, a recent Twitter chat hosted by women’s clothing apparel-maker Lane Bryant illustrates some of the dangers

13. Flaming Out

If you decide to engage on a social media channel, make sure you understand the time commitment and then stick to it An abandoned social media account forces people to wonder why. Did you suspend your campaign? Did your social media coordinator quit? Are you running out of money? Did you plan poorly? Whether or not they’re the case, you don’t want any of those questions even crossing a voter’s mind.

14. Be Sociable

The word “social” in social media is really important. Think about it for a second. It’s a term we use so frequently, it’s easy to stop thinking about the meaning of the words. The whole point is to be social and communicate with the public.

The first rule of being sociable is responsiveness. Rightly or wrongly, people expect fast responses on social media. If you’re a candidate for local office, you will likely have voters asking you questions directly on social media. Be sure to answer them all and answer them as quickly as possible.

And if you’re going to be a political candidate using social media, be prepared for negative comments. It comes with the territory. But when we say “be prepared,” we mean be prepared to respond, not to censor. It’s natural to feel like you need to keep your account positive, but if word gets around that you’re deleting negative comments, you’re going to be perceived as thin-skinned and/or a weak leader. If possible, try to assemble a rapid response team of friends, family, and volunteers to respond positively to negative comments.

Keeping these 14 rules of political campaigns and social media will help you whether you’re running for dog catcher or president.  Remember just like we’re taught to dress for the job you want, you should campaign for the office you want.

Hits: 44

Political SEO: Common Mistakes Campaigns Make On Facebook

WordPress site modifications and On Page SEO – Upwork

You have either clicked on this page or more likely you clicked on a link to our site or a sub-site that is no longer active. We want to help you find the resource you were after, below is every article on this site by category and tag. The site’s pages are available through the top navigation menu also. To access the sites home page just click Ultimate SEO, to contact us or submit a support ticket choose Support in the top navigation bar.

This page should help you get to what you wanted fast.  The last 5 posts are listed, under that every post is listed.  You can list posts by author, title or category using the drop down box. To display specific categories use the sidebar categories section. You may also search the site from the sidebar. Finally a tag cloud lists topics and keywords, you can select a tag and all articles with that tag will be displayed.

Our FAQ section is also a worth while visit for SEO tips and tricks.

5 Last Posts

Find Posts By Category

Group by:

301

Affiliate Programs

Analytics

Anchor Text

Audits

Backlinks

Case Studies

Client Sites

Cloud

Cloud Computing

Cloud502

Cloudflare

CPC

Data

data management

Data Studio

Deleted Domains

Digital Ocean

Directory

Domain

Domain authority

Domain rank

Election 2018

Expired domains

External RSS

Featured

General

Good SEO Practices

Google Ads

Google Cloud

Google cloud platform

Google Data Studio

Google Search Console

Guest posts

Hosting

Images

JavaScript SEO

Keyword ranking

Keywords

Link building

Louisville seo

Matthew Leffler

My Opinion

News

Offsite

Organic search

Pbn 2019

Pbns

Php

Political SEO

PPC – Adwords

Private Blog Networks

Ranking

Ransomlinks

Redirect

Referring Domains

Rss

Security

Seo audit

SEO factor

Seo guide

SEO Jobs

Seo porn

Seo strategy

SEO Tools

SEO Trends

SEO Visualization

Site Updates

Social Media

Strategy

Technical SEO

Ultimate SEO

Ultimateseo.net

Uncategorized

Upwork

Video SEO

Web Design

Web Development

WHM – cPanel

WordPress

Tag Cloud

[widget id=”tag_cloud-2″]

Site Stats

3258

https://ultimateseo.org/wordpress-site-modifications-and-on-page-seo-upwork/

Technical SEO Expert for Top Level Domain Name Change – Upwork

You have either clicked on this page or more likely you clicked on a link to our site or a sub-site that is no longer active. We want to help you find the resource you were after, below is every article on this site by category and tag. The site’s pages are available through the top navigation menu also. To access the sites home page just click Ultimate SEO, to contact us or submit a support ticket choose Support in the top navigation bar.

This page should help you get to what you wanted fast.  The last 5 posts are listed, under that every post is listed.  You can list posts by author, title or category using the drop down box. To display specific categories use the sidebar categories section. You may also search the site from the sidebar. Finally a tag cloud lists topics and keywords, you can select a tag and all articles with that tag will be displayed.

Our FAQ section is also a worth while visit for SEO tips and tricks.

5 Last Posts

Find Posts By Category

Group by:

301

Affiliate Programs

Analytics

Anchor Text

Audits

Backlinks

Case Studies

Client Sites

Cloud

Cloud Computing

Cloud502

Cloudflare

CPC

Data

data management

Data Studio

Deleted Domains

Digital Ocean

Directory

Domain

Domain authority

Domain rank

Election 2018

Expired domains

External RSS

Featured

General

Good SEO Practices

Google Ads

Google Cloud

Google cloud platform

Google Data Studio

Google Search Console

Guest posts

Hosting

Images

JavaScript SEO

Keyword ranking

Keywords

Link building

Louisville seo

Matthew Leffler

My Opinion

News

Offsite

Organic search

Pbn 2019

Pbns

Php

Political SEO

PPC – Adwords

Private Blog Networks

Ranking

Ransomlinks

Redirect

Referring Domains

Rss

Security

Seo audit

SEO factor

Seo guide

SEO Jobs

Seo porn

Seo strategy

SEO Tools

SEO Trends

SEO Visualization

Site Updates

Social Media

Strategy

Technical SEO

Ultimate SEO

Ultimateseo.net

Uncategorized

Upwork

Video SEO

Web Design

Web Development

WHM – cPanel

WordPress

Tag Cloud

[widget id=”tag_cloud-2″]

Site Stats

3035

https://ultimateseo.org/technical-seo-expert-for-top-level-domain-name-change-upwork/

Creating A PBN Network Part 4: The Site Needs A Story

Creating a PBN or Private Blog Network is likely more difficult that just focusing on your content and the value it offers visitors. In this post we’ll examine what you need to have on the site and how it should be structured.

In previous posts we’ve discussed:

Creating A Private Blog Network: PBNs In 2019 For SEO

PBNs 2019 – Domain Detailing – Picking Expired Domains And 301 Redirects

Auto Posting Across Social Media Platforms – IFTTT – Buffer.com

Domain Name Register – PBNs In Mind – Namesilo.com

Every Site Needs A Backstory

Because every organic real site has one. If you decide before you create the site what it is and who made it then you’ll be able to create a site that will serve your PBN well. I’ve made site’s as if it were a school assignment in music and communication, or I’ve built a medical conference site that happened years ago but continues to update it’s site with follow up articles. I’ve built news magazine sites that promise to focus on local news that matters. Each site has an intended audience and justifies its existence.

Be creative and shake up the site’s purpose, play with the name. One site I had was aidusa.website I built a site seeking international aid for the USA because of the state of politics and our national debt. I noted our poverty levels, healthcare challenges and violence on the streets. It kinda made some sense after you look at it. That site could easily then harbor a backlink for a charity, healthcare site, legal site or a news site.

Regularly Updates

If you own one site and its this site your building you’re going to update it at least every month right? Its something you’re passionate about and you’ll find the regular updates will attract regular visits from search engines. This doesn’t scale well when we think about 10 sites or 100 sites … 1000 sites. You’ll need to read up on our Auto Blogging ideas in another article that we posted a while back.

Link Placement

Avoid … just don’t … place a link in the header or the footer or the sidebar of the site to another site. Your main “real” site doesn’t do that I bet. Why would this site? Keep money links to your target site in content. Define your site with anchor text that is relevant to the keywords you are pursuing.

Who’s Behind The Site And The Ability To Contact Them

I know what your favorite word is … or at least statistically speaking I do. It is your name. Humans love to talk about themselves and they like to take credit for something they’ve done. Websites aren’t much different.

So it looks odd when a site gives no information about the person or group behind it. The About Us section is important and just like on your money site or the important site … you need a means to contact the owner. A simple contact form or link to a twitter account is needed here. You don’t have to create email accounts on all the sites but you would be smart to create an email forwarder for the domain to one central account.

Social Media Presence

Your money site has the ability for people to share content on social media. It likely has 5, 6 maybe more social media accounts tied to it. Your PBN site likely should have something too. Use IFTTT or Buffer.com to automate the social media presence but make sure there is one.

Make a customized logo for each site.

Technical PBN Stuff Here

Dont setup a Google Analytics or Search Engine property on the same account that you use for your main account.

Have a seperate IP address or use a different host company for your various sites. Register your domain names on several registrar sites and use their nameservers or Cloudflare. It’s fine to build a template site with plugins and pages ready to be migrated onto a new domain and setup but make sure you vary them. Different themes, plugins, structure … experiment here and there, don’t install Yoast on everyone, use something different.

In the end patterns are what break us, or forgetting what we’d do if this was our only site. Be organic….and have a backstory.

Share this…
Share on Facebook Pin on Pinterest Tweet about this on Twitter Share on LinkedIn

Creating A PBN Network Part 4: The Site Needs A Story

Hiring An SEO? Hear From Google What SEOs Do

Hire An SEO

This Google video “How to hire an SEO” isn’t new but it’s to the point and vital to setting expectations.  I encourage both SEOs and clients to watch this video and learn what Google says you should look for in an SEO.

How to hire an SEO

[embedded content]
Transcript
hi I’m Maile Ohye and I work with Google
search I like to share advice to help
you hire a useful SEO and prevent hiring
a bad SEO one who you might pay a lot of
money without positive results or even
worse one who implements shady practices
on your website that result in a
reduction in search rankings SEO stands
for search engine optimization – some
SEO seems like black magic having worked
with Google search for over a decade
what I’ve learned is that first it’s not
black magic and second if you want
long-term success
there aren’t any quick magical tricks
that an SEO will provide so that your
site ranks number one it’s important to
note that an SEO potential is only as
high as the quality of your business or
website so successful SEO helps your
website put your best foot forward so
that it ranks appropriately in the spot
where an unbiased potential customer
would expect your site to be seen
a successful SEO also looks to improve
the entire searcher experience from
search results to clicking on your
website and potentially converting a
good SEO will recommend best practices
for a search friendly site from basic
things like descriptive page titles for
a blog or small business to more complex
things like language markup for a
multilingual global site SEO is ensure
that you’re serving your online
customers a good experience especially
those coming from a search engine and
that your site is helpful whether
they’re using a desktop computer or
mobile phone in most cases the SEO will
need four months to a year to help your
business first implement improvements
and then see potential benefit my
strongest advice when working with an
SEO is to request if they corroborate
their recommendation with a documented
statement from Google either in a Help
Center article video or Google a
response in a forum that supports both
one the SEO description of the issue
that needs to be improved to help with
ranking and to the approach they
prescribed to accomplishing this
tasks requesting these two bits of
information will help prevent hiring a
poor SEO who might otherwise convince
you to do useless things like add more
words to the keyword meta tag or by
links because if you search for google
advice on this topic you’d see blog
posts and videos from us that clearly
explain that adding keywords to the meta
tag wouldn’t help furthermore while
google uses links for page rank our
documentation highlights that we
strongly advise against the approach of
buying links for the purpose of
increasing page rank one basic rule is
that in a majority of cases doing what’s
good for SEO is also doing what’s good
for your online customers things like
having a mobile-friendly website good
navigation and building a great brand
additionally if you’re a more
established brand with complicated
legacy systems then good search friendly
best practices likely involved paying
off some of your site’s technical debt
such as updating your infrastructure so
that your website is agile and able to
implement features faster in the long
term if you own a small local business
you can probably do the initial work
yourself check out our 30-minute video
series on how to build an online
presence for your local business now if
you still believe you want to hire an
SEO here’s a general process one conduct
a two way interview with your potential
SEO check that they seem generally
interested in you and your business to
check their references three act four
and you’ll probably have to pay for a
technical and search audit 4 decide if
you want to hire let’s break this down
and start with step 1 conduct a two-way
interview in the interview here are some
things to look for a good SEO doesn’t
focus only on search engine ranking but
how they can help your business so they
should ask questions like what makes
your business content and/or service
unique and therefore valuable to
customers they want to know this
information to make sure it’s
highlighted on your website for your
current and potential new audience
– what does your common customer look
like and how do they currently find your
website 3 how does your business make
money and how can search help for what
other channels are you using offline
advertising social networks 5 who are
your competitors what do they do well
online and potentially offline if the
SEO doesn’t seem interested in learning
about your business from a holistic
standpoint look elsewhere it’s difficult
to do good SEO without knowing about a
business’s goals their customers and
other existing marketing efforts SEO
should complement your existing work the
second step in hiring an SEO is to check
references if your potential SEO
provides prior clients be sure to check
their references you want to hear from
past clients that the SEO was able to
provide useful guidance and worked
effectively with their developers
designers UX researchers and our
marketers a good SEO should feel like
someone you can work with learn from
experiment with and who generally cares
about you and your business not just
getting your site the highest rank as
ultimately those techniques rarely last
long if they work at all they’ll want to
educate you and your staff on how search
engines work so that SEO becomes part of
your general business operations step 3
is to request a technical and search
audit if you trust your SEO candidate
give them restricted view not full or
right access to your Google search
console data and even your analytics
data before they actually modify
anything on your website have them
conduct a technical and search audit to
give you a prioritized list of what they
think should be improved for SEO if
you’re a larger business you can hire
multiple SEO to run audits and
prioritize improvements see what each
has to say and then determine who you
could work with the best in the audit
the SEO should prioritize improvements
with a structure like one the issue to
the suggested improvement 3 an estimate
on the overall investment in other words
the time energy or money it would take
for your developers to implement the
improvement and for Google search as
well as searchers and customers to
recognize the improvement the SEO will
need to talk with your developers to
better understand what technical
constraints may exist for the estimated
positive business impact the impact
might be a ranking improvement that will
lead to more visitors and conversions or
perhaps the positive impact comes from a
back-end change that cleans up your site
and helps your brand be more agile in
the future five a plan of how to iterate
and improve on the implementation or
perhaps how to experiment and fail fast
should the results not meet expectations
that covers the structure of the
technical and search audit now let’s
talk about each of these audits
individually in the technical audit your
SEO should be able to review your site
for issues related to internal linking
crawl ability URL parameters server
connectivity and response codes to name
some if they mention that your site has
duplicate content problems that need to
be corrected make sure they show you the
specific URLs that are competing for the
same query or that they explained it
should be cleaned up for long term site
health not initial growth I mention this
because lots of duplicate content exists
on web sites and often it’s not a
pressing problem in this search audit
your potential SEO will likely break
down your search queries into categories
like branded and unbranded terms branded
terms are those with your business or
website’s name like a search for Gmail
is a branded term while the search for
email is an unbranded or general keyword
an SEO should make sure that for branded
queries such as Gmail your website is
providing a great experience that allows
customers who know your brand or website
to easily find exactly what they need
and potentially convert they might
recommend improvements that help the
entire searcher experience from what the
searcher sees in search results to when
they click on a result and use your
website for unbranded queries an SEO can
help you
better make sense of the online
competitive landscape they can tell you
things like here are the types of
queries it would make sense for your
business to rank but here’s what your
competition is done and why I think they
rank where they do for instance perhaps
your competition has great reviews
really shareable content or they run a
highly reputable site an SEO will
provide recommendations for how to
improve rankings for these queries and
the entire searcher experience they’ll
introduce ideas like update obsolete
content they might say your site is
suffering because some of your well
ranking content is obsolete has poor
navigation a useless page title or isn’t
mobile-friendly let’s improve these
pages and see if more website visitors
convert and purchase or if they can
micro convert meaning that perhaps they
subscribe or share content improve
internal linking your SEO might say your
site is suffering because some of your
best articles are too far from the
homepage and users would have a hard
time finding it we can better internally
link to your content to feature it more
prominently generate buzz the SEO might
say you have great content but not
enough people know we can try to get
more user interaction and generate buzz
perhaps through social media or business
relationships this will help us attract
more potential customers and perhaps
garner natural links to your site learn
from the competition your SEO might
explain here’s what your competitors do
well
can you reach parity with this and
potentially surpass them in utilities or
can you better show customers your
business’s unique value again a good SEO
will try to prioritize what ideas can
bring your business the most improvement
for the least investment and what
improvements may take more time but help
growth in the long term
once they talk with you and other
members of your team such as developers
or marketers they’ll help your business
forge a path ahead the last thing I want
to mention is that when I talk with SEO
s one of the biggest holdups to
improving away
site isn’t there recommendation but it’s
the business making time to implement
their ideas if you’re not ready to
commit to making SEO improvements while
getting an SEO audit may be helpful make
sure that your entire organization is on
board else your SEO improvements may be
non-existent regardless of who you hire
so that wraps it up thanks for watching
and best of luck to you and your
business

Hits: 2

Hiring An SEO? Hear From Google What SEOs Do

Domain Name Register – PBNs In Mind – Namesilo.com

Expired domains with free private registration and a coupon code from the already cheapest domain prices.

Domain Register Coupon Codes

First Coupon Code: ultimate seo

Second Coupon Code: ultimate pbn

Third Coupon Code: ultimate ppc

Fourth Coupon Code: ultimate sem

Fifth Coupon Code: ultimate smm

Sixth Coupon Code: ultimate expired domains

In previous updates we’ve mentioned the importance of registering domains with multiple registrars and the importance of private registration when building your PBNs.  Expired domains fuel your networks growth and they’re essential for building a network of any real value.  Five or ten domains won’t make a network but by the time you’ve built up to a hundred domains or more you’re going to find you’ve spent at least a thousand dollars just on names.

Namesilo.com is the registrar Ultimate SEO prefers…which is why we’ve signed up to offer you a coupon code.  Use “ultimate seo” at check out and you’ll get a dollar off your domain.  Ultimate SEO gets something for each time you use a coupon code, but each code can be used only once per client.  All codes expire 12-31-2020 Benefits:

Free Private Registration . Cheap Registration .  Cheap Transfers

Namesilo’s Everyday Pricing

Registrations in Order Discount Program (active account domains)
TLD 1 – 49 50 – 100 101 – 500 0+ 100+ 500+ 1,000+ 2,500+ 5,000+
.com $8.99 $8.89 $8.79 $8.89 $8.79 $8.69 $8.59 $8.49 $8.39
.net $11.79 $11.69 $11.59 $11.69 $11.59 $11.49 $11.39 $11.29 $11.19
.org $10.79 $10.69 $10.59 $10.69 $10.59 $10.49 $10.39 $10.29 $10.19
.club $1.99
$9.89
$1.88
$9.79
$1.78
$9.69
$1.89
$9.79
$1.79
$9.69
$1.69
$9.59
$1.59
$9.49
$1.49
$9.39
$1.39
$9.29
.biz $13.19 $13.09 $12.99 $13.09 $12.99 $12.89 $12.79 $12.69 $12.59
.life $2.99
$23.99
$2.99
$23.89
$2.99
$23.79
$2.89
$23.89
$2.79
$23.79
$2.69
$23.69
$2.59
$23.59
$2.49
$23.49
$2.39
$23.39
.icu $1.49
$6.99
$1.39
$6.89
$1.29
$6.79
$1.39
$6.89
$1.29
$6.79
$1.19
$6.69
$1.09
$6.59
$0.99
$6.49
$0.99
$6.39
.info $2.29
$12.67
$2.19
$12.67
$2.09
$12.67
$2.19
$12.57
$2.09
$12.47
$1.99
$12.37
$1.89
$12.27
$1.79
$12.17
$1.69
$12.07
.top $0.99
$7.19
$0.99
$7.09
$0.99
$6.99
$0.99
$7.09
$0.99
$6.99
$0.99
$6.89
$0.99
$6.79
$0.99
$6.69
$0.99
$6.59
.store $8.99
$43.99
$8.79
$43.89
$8.69
$43.79
$8.89
$43.89
$8.79
$43.79
$8.69
$43.69
$8.59
$43.59
$8.49
$43.49
$8.39
$43.39
.xyz $0.99
$9.29
$0.99
$9.19
$0.99
$9.09
$0.99
$9.19
$0.99
$9.09
$0.99
$8.99
$0.99
$8.89
$0.99
$8.79
$0.99
$8.69
.ac $35.99 $35.99 $35.99 $35.89 $35.79 $35.69 $35.59 $35.49 $35.39
.academy $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.accountant $11.50 $11.50 $11.50 $11.40 $11.30 $11.20 $11.10 $11.00 $10.90
.accountants $5.99
$73.99
$5.99
$73.89
$5.99
$73.79
$5.89
$73.89
$5.79
$73.79
$5.69
$73.69
$5.59
$73.59
$5.49
$73.49
$5.39
$73.39
.actor $5.99
$29.99
$5.99
$29.89
$5.99
$29.79
$5.89
$29.89
$5.79
$29.79
$5.69
$29.69
$5.59
$29.59
$5.49
$29.49
$5.39
$29.39
.agency $1.99
$15.99
$1.99
$15.89
$1.99
$15.79
$1.89
$15.89
$1.79
$15.79
$1.69
$15.69
$1.59
$15.59
$1.49
$15.49
$1.39
$15.39
.airforce $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.apartments $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.archi $51.95 $51.95 $51.95 $51.85 $51.75 $51.65 $51.55 $51.45 $51.35
.army $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.art $10.69 $10.59 $10.49 $10.59 $10.49 $10.39 $10.29 $10.19 $10.09
.asia $4.39
$11.99
$4.29
$11.89
$4.19
$11.79
$4.29
$11.89
$4.19
$11.79
$4.09
$11.69
$3.99
$11.59
$3.89
$11.49
$3.79
$11.39
.associates $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.attorney $11.39
$29.99
$11.39
$29.89
$11.39
$29.79
$11.29
$29.89
$11.19
$29.79
$11.09
$29.69
$10.99
$29.59
$10.89
$29.49
$10.79
$29.39
.auction $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.audio $114.99 $114.89 $114.79 $114.89 $114.79 $114.69 $114.59 $114.49 $114.39
.band $3.99
$18.99
$3.99
$18.89
$3.99
$18.79
$3.89
$18.89
$3.79
$18.79
$3.69
$18.69
$3.59
$18.59
$3.49
$18.49
$3.39
$18.39
.bar $54.99 $54.89 $54.79 $54.89 $54.79 $54.69 $54.59 $54.49 $54.39
.bargains $3.99
$23.99
$3.99
$23.89
$3.99
$23.79
$3.89
$23.89
$3.79
$23.79
$3.69
$23.69
$3.59
$23.59
$3.49
$23.49
$3.39
$23.39
.beer $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.best $2.75 
$80.00
$2.65 
$80.00
$2.55 
$80.00
$2.65 
$79.90
$2.55 
$79.80
$2.45 
$79.70
$2.35 
$79.60
$2.25 
$79.50
$2.15 
$79.40
.bid $2.75
$11.50
$2.65
$11.50
$2.55
$11.50
$2.65
$11.40
$2.55
$11.30
$2.45
$11.20
$2.35
$11.10
$2.25
$11.00
$2.15
$10.90
.bike $3.99
$23.99
$3.99
$23.89
$3.99
$23.79
$3.89
$23.89
$3.79
$23.79
$3.69
$23.69
$3.59
$23.59
$3.49
$23.49
$3.39
$23.39
.bingo $35.99 $35.89 $35.79 $35.89 $35.79 $35.69 $35.59 $35.49 $35.39
.bio $51.95 $51.95 $51.95 $51.85 $51.75 $51.65 $51.55 $51.45 $51.35
.black $40.45 $40.45 $40.45 $40.35 $40.25 $40.15 $40.05 $39.95 $39.85
.blackfriday $114.99 $114.89 $114.79 $114.89 $114.79 $114.69 $114.59 $114.49 $114.39
.blog $22.99 $22.89 $22.79 $22.89 $22.79 $22.69 $22.59 $22.49 $22.39
.blue $12.84 $12.84 $12.84 $12.74 $12.64 $12.54 $12.44 $12.34 $12.24
.boston $11.99 $11.89 $11.79 $11.89 $11.79 $11.69 $11.59 $11.49 $11.39
.boutique $8.89
$23.99
$8.89
$23.89
$8.89
$23.79
$8.79
$23.89
$8.69
$23.79
$8.59
$23.69
$8.49
$23.59
$8.39
$23.49
$8.29
$23.39
.builders $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.business $6.59 $6.49 $6.39 $6.49 $6.39 $6.29 $6.19 $6.09 $5.99
.buzz $27.99 $27.89 $27.79 $27.89 $27.79 $27.69 $27.59 $27.49 $27.39
.ca $8.99 $8.89 $8.79 $8.89 $8.79 $8.69 $8.59 $8.49 $8.39
.cab $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.cafe $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.camera $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.camp $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.capital $5.99
$37.99
$5.99
$37.89
$5.99
$37.79
$5.89
$37.89
$5.79
$37.79
$5.69
$37.69
$5.59
$37.59
$5.49
$37.49
$5.39
$37.39
.cards $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.care $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.careers $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.casa $6.29 $6.19 $6.09 $6.19 $6.09 $5.99 $5.89 $5.79 $5.69
.cash $3.99
$23.99
$3.99
$23.89
$3.99
$23.79
$3.89
$23.89
$3.79
$23.79
$3.69
$23.69
$3.59
$23.59
$3.49
$23.49
$3.39
$23.39
.casino $16.59
$114.99
$16.59
$114.89
$16.59
$114.79
$16.49
$114.89
$16.39
$114.79
$16.29
$114.69
$16.19
$114.59
$16.09
$114.49
$15.99
$114.39
.catering $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.cc $9.99 $9.89 $9.79 $9.89 $9.79 $9.69 $9.59 $9.49 $9.39
.center $3.99
$15.99
$3.99
$15.89
$3.99
$15.79
$3.89
$15.89
$3.79
$15.79
$3.69
$15.69
$3.59
$15.59
$3.49
$15.49
$3.39
$15.39
.charity $22.00 $22.00 $22.00 $21.90 $21.80 $21.70 $21.60 $21.50 $21.40
.chat $21.99 $21.89 $21.79 $21.89 $21.79 $21.69 $21.59 $21.49 $21.39
.cheap $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.christmas $53.99 $53.89 $53.79 $53.89 $53.79 $53.69 $53.59 $53.49 $53.39
.church $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.city $3.99
$15.99
$3.99
$15.89
$3.99
$15.79
$3.89
$15.89
$3.79
$15.79
$3.69
$15.69
$3.59
$15.59
$3.49
$15.49
$3.39
$15.39
.claims $5.99
$37.99
$5.99
$37.89
$5.99
$37.79
$5.89
$37.89
$5.79
$37.79
$5.69
$37.69
$5.59
$37.59
$5.49
$37.49
$5.39
$37.39
.cleaning $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.click $6.25
$8.59
$6.15
$8.49
$6.05
$8.39
$6.15
$8.49
$6.05
$8.39
$5.95
$8.29
$5.85
$8.19
$5.75
$8.09
$5.65
$7.99
.clinic $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.clothing $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.cloud $6.29
$18.99
$6.19
$18.89
$6.09
$18.79
$6.19
$18.89
$6.09
$18.79
$5.99
$18.69
$5.89
$18.59
$5.79
$18.49
$5.69
$18.39
.co $22.69 $22.59 $22.49 $22.59 $22.49 $22.39 $22.29 $22.19 $22.09
.coach $5.99
$37.99
$5.99
$37.89
$5.99
$37.79
$5.89
$37.89
$5.79
$37.79
$5.69
$37.69
$5.59
$37.59
$5.49
$37.49
$5.39
$37.39
.codes $5.99
$37.99
$5.99
$37.89
$5.99
$37.79
$5.89
$37.89
$5.79
$37.79
$5.69
$37.69
$5.59
$37.59
$5.49
$37.49
$5.39
$37.39
.college $25.00
$52.99
$25.00
$52.89
$25.00
$52.79
$24.90
$52.89
$24.80
$52.79
$24.70
$52.69
$24.60
$52.59
$24.50
$52.49
$24.40
$52.39
.consulting $8.89
$23.99
$8.89
$23.89
$8.89
$23.79
$8.79
$23.89
$8.69
$23.79
$8.59
$23.69
$8.49
$23.59
$8.39
$23.49
$8.29
$23.39
.coffee $3.99
$23.99
$3.99
$23.89
$3.99
$23.79
$3.89
$23.89
$3.79
$23.79
$3.69
$23.69
$3.59
$23.59
$3.49
$23.49
$3.39
$23.39
.community $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.company $3.99
$6.59
$3.99
$6.49
$3.99
$6.39
$3.89
$6.49
$3.79
$6.39
$3.69
$6.29
$3.59
$6.19
$3.49
$6.09
$3.39
$5.99
.computer $11.39
$23.99
$11.39
$23.89
$11.39
$23.79
$11.29
$23.89
$11.19
$23.79
$11.09
$23.69
$10.99
$23.59
$10.89
$23.49
$10.79
$23.39
.condos $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.construction $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.contractors $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.cooking $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.cool $3.99
$23.99
$3.99
$23.89
$3.99
$23.79
$3.89
$23.89
$3.79
$23.79
$3.69
$23.69
$3.59
$23.59
$3.49
$23.49
$3.39
$23.39
.coupons $11.39
$37.99
$11.39
$37.89
$11.39
$37.79
$11.29
$37.89
$11.19
$37.79
$11.09
$37.69
$10.99
$37.59
$10.89
$37.49
$10.79
$37.39
.courses $27.99 $27.89 $27.79 $27.89 $27.79 $27.69 $27.59 $27.49 $27.39
.credit $3.99
$73.99
$3.99
$73.89
$3.99
$73.79
$3.89
$73.89
$3.79
$73.79
$3.69
$73.69
$3.59
$73.59
$3.49
$73.49
$3.39
$73.39
.creditcard $114.99 $114.89 $114.79 $114.89 $114.79 $114.69 $114.59 $114.49 $114.39
.cricket $11.50 $11.50 $11.50 $11.40 $11.30 $11.20 $11.10 $11.00 $10.90
.cruises $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.dance $3.99
$18.99
$3.99
$18.89
$3.99
$18.79
$3.89
$18.89
$3.79
$18.79
$3.69
$18.69
$3.59
$18.59
$3.49
$18.49
$3.39
$18.39
.date $2.75
$11.50
$2.65
$11.50
$2.55
$11.50
$2.65
$11.40
$2.55
$11.30
$2.45
$11.20
$2.35
$11.10
$2.25
$11.00
$2.15
$10.90
.dating $16.59
$37.99
$16.59
$37.89
$16.59
$37.79
$16.49
$37.89
$16.39
$37.79
$16.29
$37.69
$16.19
$37.59
$16.09
$37.49
$15.99
$37.39
.deals $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.degree $5.99
$34.99
$5.99
$34.89
$5.99
$34.79
$5.89
$34.89
$5.79
$34.79
$5.69
$34.69
$5.59
$34.59
$5.49
$34.49
$5.39
$34.39
.delivery $5.99
$37.99
$5.99
$37.89
$5.99
$37.79
$5.89
$37.89
$5.79
$37.79
$5.69
$37.69
$5.59
$37.59
$5.49
$37.49
$5.39
$37.39
.democrat $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.dental $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.dentist $29.99 $29.89 $29.79 $29.89 $29.79 $29.69 $29.59 $29.49 $29.39
.design $6.59
$35.99
$6.49
$35.89
$6.39
$35.79
$6.49
$35.89
$6.39
$35.79
$6.29
$35.69
$6.19
$35.59
$6.09
$35.49
$5.99
$35.39
.diamonds $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.diet $34.99
$114.99
$34.89
$114.89
$34.79
$114.79
$34.89
$114.89
$34.79
$114.79
$34.69
$114.69
$34.59
$114.59
$34.49
$114.49
$34.39
$114.39
.digital $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.direct $11.39
$23.99
$11.39
$23.89
$11.39
$23.79
$11.29
$23.89
$11.19
$23.79
$11.09
$23.69
$10.99
$23.59
$10.89
$23.49
$10.79
$23.39
.directory $3.99 
$15.99
$3.99 
$15.89
$3.99 
$15.79
$3.89 
$15.89
$3.79 
$15.79
$3.69 
$15.69
$3.59 
$15.59
$3.49 
$15.49
$3.39 
$15.39
.discount $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.doctor $5.99
$73.99
$5.99
$73.89
$5.99
$73.79
$5.89
$73.89
$5.79
$73.79
$5.69
$73.69
$5.59
$73.59
$5.49
$73.49
$5.39
$73.39
.dog $5.99
$37.99
$5.99
$37.89
$5.99
$37.79
$5.89
$37.89
$5.79
$37.79
$5.69
$37.69
$5.59
$37.59
$5.49
$37.49
$5.39
$37.39
.domains $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.download $2.75
$11.50
$2.65
$11.50
$2.55
$11.50
$2.65
$11.40
$2.55
$11.30
$2.45
$11.20
$2.35
$11.10
$2.25
$11.00
$2.15
$10.90
.earth $5.99
$18.99
$5.89
$18.89
$5.79
$18.79
$5.89
$18.89
$5.79
$18.79
$5.69
$18.69
$5.59
$18.59
$5.49
$18.49
$5.39
$18.39
.education $15.99 $15.89 $15.79 $15.89 $15.79 $15.69 $15.59 $15.49 $15.39
.email $3.99
$15.99
$3.99
$15.89
$3.99
$15.79
$3.89
$15.89
$3.79
$15.79
$3.69
$15.69
$3.59
$15.59
$3.49
$15.49
$3.39
$15.39
.energy $5.99
$73.99
$5.99
$73.89
$5.99
$73.79
$5.89
$73.89
$5.79
$73.79
$5.69
$73.69
$5.59
$73.59
$5.49
$73.49
$5.39
$73.39
.engineer $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.engineering $8.89
$37.99
$8.89
$37.89
$8.89
$37.79
$8.79
$37.89
$8.69
$37.79
$8.59
$37.69
$8.49
$37.59
$8.39
$37.49
$8.29
$37.39
.enterprises $11.39
$23.99
$11.39
$23.89
$11.39
$23.79
$11.29
$23.89
$11.19
$23.79
$11.09
$23.69
$10.99
$23.59
$10.89
$23.49
$10.79
$23.39
.equipment $15.99 $15.89 $15.79 $15.89 $15.79 $15.69 $15.59 $15.49 $15.39
.estate $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.events $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.exchange $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.expert $5.99
$37.99
$5.99
$37.89
$5.99
$37.79
$5.89
$37.89
$5.79
$37.79
$5.69
$37.69
$5.59
$37.59
$5.49
$37.49
$5.39
$37.39
.exposed $3.99
$15.99
$3.99
$15.89
$3.99
$15.79
$3.89
$15.89
$3.79
$15.79
$3.69
$15.69
$3.59
$15.59
$3.49
$15.49
$3.39
$15.39
.express $3.99
$23.99
$3.99
$23.89
$3.99
$23.79
$3.89
$23.89
$3.79
$23.79
$3.69
$23.69
$3.59
$23.59
$3.49
$23.49
$3.39
$23.39
.fail $3.99
$23.99
$3.99
$23.89
$3.99
$23.79
$3.89
$23.89
$3.79
$23.79
$3.69
$23.69
$3.59
$23.59
$3.49
$23.49
$3.39
$23.39
.faith $6.35
$11.50
$6.25
$11.50
$6.15
$11.50
$6.25
$11.40
$6.15
$11.30
$6.05
$11.20
$5.95
$11.10
$5.85
$11.00
$5.75
$10.90
.family $11.39
$18.99
$11.39
$18.89
$11.39
$18.79
$11.29
$18.89
$11.19
$18.79
$11.09
$18.69
$10.99
$18.59
$10.89
$18.49
$10.79
$18.39
.fans $53.99 $53.89 $53.79 $53.89 $53.79 $53.69 $53.59 $53.49 $53.39
.farm $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.fashion $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.feedback $329.99 $329.89 $329.79 $329.89 $329.79 $329.69 $329.59 $329.49 $329.39
.film $65.99 $65.89 $65.79 $65.89 $65.79 $65.69 $65.59 $65.49 $65.39
.finance $11.39
$37.99
$11.39
$37.89
$11.39
$37.79
$11.29
$37.89
$11.19
$37.79
$11.09
$37.69
$10.99
$37.59
$10.89
$37.49
$10.79
$37.39
.financial $11.39
$37.99
$11.39
$37.89
$11.39
$37.79
$11.29
$37.89
$11.19
$37.79
$11.09
$37.69
$10.99
$37.59
$10.89
$37.49
$10.79
$37.39
.fish $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.fishing $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.fit $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.fitness $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.flights $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.florist $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.flowers $34.99
$114.99
$34.89
$114.89
$34.79
$114.79
$34.89
$114.89
$34.79
$114.79
$34.69
$114.69
$34.59
$114.59
$34.49
$114.49
$34.39
$114.39
.football $15.99 $15.89 $15.79 $15.89 $15.79 $15.69 $15.59 $15.49 $15.39
.forsale $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.foundation $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.fun $2.19
$16.99
$2.09
$16.89
$1.99
$16.79
$2.09
$16.89
$1.99
$16.79
$1.89
$16.69
$1.79
$16.59
$1.69
$16.49
$1.59
$16.39
.fund $3.99
$37.99
$3.99
$37.89
$3.99
$37.79
$3.89
$37.89
$3.79
$37.79
$3.69
$37.69
$3.59
$37.59
$3.49
$37.49
$3.39
$37.39
.furniture $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.futbol $3.99
$9.99
$3.99
$9.89
$3.99
$9.79
$3.89
$9.89
$3.79
$9.79
$3.69
$9.69
$3.59
$9.59
$3.49
$9.49
$3.39
$9.39
.fyi $3.99
$15.99
$3.99
$15.89
$3.99
$15.79
$3.89
$15.89
$3.79
$15.79
$3.69
$15.69
$3.59
$15.59
$3.49
$15.49
$3.39
$15.39
.gallery $15.99 $15.89 $15.79 $15.89 $15.79 $15.69 $15.59 $15.49 $15.39
.game $329.99 $329.89 $329.79 $329.89 $329.79 $329.69 $329.59 $329.49 $329.39
.games $8.89
$13.99
$8.89
$13.89
$8.89
$13.79
$8.79
$13.89
$8.69
$13.79
$8.59
$13.69
$8.49
$13.59
$8.39
$13.49
$8.29
$13.39
.garden $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.gift $14.99 $14.89 $14.79 $14.89 $14.79 $14.69 $14.59 $14.49 $14.39
.gifts $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.gives $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.glass $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.rocks $1.99 
$9.99
$1.99 
$9.89
$1.99 
$9.79
$1.89 
$9.89
$1.79 
$9.79
$1.69 
$9.69
$1.59 
$9.59
$1.49 
$9.49
$1.39 
$9.39
.gmbh $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.gold $3.99
$73.99
$3.99
$73.89
$3.99
$73.79
$3.89
$73.89
$3.79
$73.79
$3.69
$73.69
$3.59
$73.59
$3.49
$73.49
$3.39
$73.39
.golf $3.99
$37.99
$3.99
$37.89
$3.99
$37.79
$3.89
$37.89
$3.79
$37.79
$3.69
$37.69
$3.59
$37.59
$3.49
$37.49
$3.39
$37.39
.graphics $15.99 $15.89 $15.79 $15.89 $15.79 $15.69 $15.59 $15.49 $15.39
.gratis $5.99
$15.99
$5.99
$15.89
$5.99
$15.79
$5.89
$15.89
$5.79
$15.79
$5.69
$15.69
$5.59
$15.59
$5.49
$15.49
$5.39
$15.39
.green $11.79
$53.99
$11.79
$53.89
$11.79
$53.79
$11.69
$53.89
$11.59
$53.79
$11.49
$53.69
$11.39
$53.59
$11.29
$53.49
$11.19
$53.39
.gripe $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.group $3.99
$15.99
$3.99
$15.89
$3.99
$15.79
$3.89
$15.89
$3.79
$15.79
$3.69
$15.69
$3.59
$15.59
$3.49
$15.49
$3.39
$15.39
.guide $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.guitars $34.99
$114.99
$34.89
$114.89
$34.79
$114.79
$34.89
$114.89
$34.79
$114.79
$34.69
$114.69
$34.59
$114.59
$34.49
$114.49
$34.39
$114.39
.guru $3.99
$23.99
$3.99
$23.89
$3.99
$23.79
$3.89
$23.89
$3.79
$23.79
$3.69
$23.69
$3.59
$23.59
$3.49
$23.49
$3.39
$23.39
.haus $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.healthcare $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.help $12.35
$22.99
$12.25
$22.89
$12.15
$22.79
$12.25
$22.89
$12.15
$22.79
$12.05
$22.69
$11.95
$22.59
$11.85
$22.49
$11.75
$22.39
.hiphop $34.99
$114.99
$34.89
$114.89
$34.79
$114.79
$34.89
$114.89
$34.79
$114.79
$34.69
$114.69
$34.59
$114.59
$34.49
$114.49
$34.39
$114.39
.hiv $195.99 $195.89 $195.79 $195.89 $195.79 $195.69 $195.59 $195.49 $195.39
.hockey $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.holdings $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.holiday $5.99
$37.99
$5.99
$37.89
$5.99
$37.79
$5.89
$37.89
$5.79
$37.79
$5.69
$37.69
$5.59
$37.59
$5.49
$37.49
$5.39
$37.39
.horse $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.hospital $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.host $69.89 $69.79 $69.69 $69.79 $69.69 $69.59 $69.49 $69.39 $69.29
.hosting $89.00
$329.99
$89.00
$329.89
$89.00
$329.79
$88.90
$329.89
$88.80
$329.79
$88.70
$329.69
$88.60
$329.59
$88.50
$329.49
$88.40
$329.39
.house $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.immo $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.immobilien $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.in $6.89 $6.79 $6.69 $6.79 $6.69 $6.59 $6.49 $6.39 $6.29
.industries $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.ink $22.99 $22.89 $22.79 $22.89 $22.79 $22.69 $22.59 $22.49 $22.39
.institute $3.99
$15.99
$3.99
$15.89
$3.99
$15.79
$3.89
$15.89
$3.79
$15.79
$3.69
$15.69
$3.59
$15.59
$3.49
$15.49
$3.39
$15.39
.insure $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.international $3.99
$15.99
$3.99
$15.89
$3.99
$15.79
$3.89
$15.89
$3.79
$15.79
$3.69
$15.69
$3.59
$15.59
$3.49
$15.49
$3.39
$15.39
.investments $5.99
$73.99
$5.99
$73.89
$5.99
$73.79
$5.89
$73.89
$5.79
$73.79
$5.69
$73.69
$5.59
$73.59
$5.49
$73.49
$5.39
$73.39
.io $32.88
$37.99
$32.78
$37.88
$32.68
$37.78
$32.78
$37.89
$32.68
$37.79
$32.58
$37.69
$32.48
$37.59
$32.38
$37.49
$32.28
$37.39
.irish $3.99
$11.99
$3.99
$11.89
$3.99
$11.79
$3.89
$11.89
$3.79
$11.79
$3.69
$11.69
$3.59
$11.59
$3.49
$11.49
$3.39
$11.39
.jewelry $5.99
$37.99
$5.99
$37.89
$5.99
$37.79
$5.89
$37.89
$5.79
$37.79
$5.69
$37.69
$5.59
$37.59
$5.49
$37.49
$5.39
$37.39
.jetzt $15.99 $15.89 $15.79 $15.89 $15.79 $15.69 $15.59 $15.49 $15.39
.juegos $329.99 $329.89 $329.79 $329.89 $329.79 $329.69 $329.59 $329.49 $329.39
.kaufen $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.kim $12.85 $12.85 $12.85 $12.75 $12.65 $12.55 $12.45 $12.35 $12.25
.kitchen $11.39
$37.99
$11.39
$37.89
$11.39
$37.79
$11.29
$37.89
$11.19
$37.79
$11.09
$37.69
$10.99
$37.59
$10.89
$37.49
$10.79
$37.39
.la $27.99 $27.89 $27.79 $27.89 $27.79 $27.69 $27.59 $27.49 $27.39
.land $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.law $80.00
$85.00
$80.00
$85.00
$80.00
$85.00
$79.90
$84.90
$79.80
$84.80
$79.70
$84.70
$79.60
$84.60
$79.50
$84.50
$79.40
$84.40
.lawyer $11.39
$29.99
$11.39
$29.89
$11.39
$29.79
$11.29
$29.89
$11.19
$29.79
$11.09
$29.69
$10.99
$29.59
$10.89
$29.49
$10.79
$29.39
.lease $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.legal $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.lgbt $11.79
$33.99
$11.79
$33.89
$11.79
$33.79
$11.69
$33.89
$11.59
$33.79
$11.49
$33.69
$11.39
$33.59
$11.29
$33.49
$11.19
$33.39
.link $6.25
$8.69
$6.15
$8.59
$6.05
$8.49
$6.15
$8.59
$6.05
$8.49
$5.95
$8.39
$5.85
$8.29
$5.75
$8.19
$5.65
$8.09
.lighting $15.99 $15.89 $15.79 $15.89 $15.79 $15.69 $15.59 $15.49 $15.39
.limited $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.limo $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.live $2.99
$18.99
$2.99
$18.89
$2.99
$18.79
$2.89
$18.89
$2.79
$18.79
$2.69
$18.69
$2.59
$18.59
$2.49
$18.49
$2.39
$18.39
.llc $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.loan $2.75
$11.50
$2.65
$11.50
$2.55
$11.50
$2.65
$11.40
$2.55
$11.30
$2.45
$11.20
$2.35
$11.10
$2.25
$11.00
$2.15
$10.90
.loans $5.99
$73.99
$5.99
$73.89
$5.99
$73.79
$5.89
$73.89
$5.79
$73.79
$5.69
$73.69
$5.59
$73.59
$5.49
$73.49
$5.39
$73.39
.lol $12.35
$22.99
$12.25
$22.89
$12.15
$22.79
$12.25
$22.89
$12.15
$22.79
$12.05
$22.69
$11.95
$22.59
$11.85
$22.49
$11.75
$22.39
.love $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.ltd $3.99
$15.99
$3.99
$15.89
$3.99
$15.79
$3.89
$15.89
$3.79
$15.79
$3.69
$15.69
$3.59
$15.59
$3.49
$15.49
$3.39
$15.39
.maison $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.management $15.99 $15.89 $15.79 $15.89 $15.79 $15.69 $15.59 $15.49 $15.39
.market $11.39
$23.99
$11.39
$23.89
$11.39
$23.79
$11.29
$23.89
$11.19
$23.79
$11.09
$23.69
$10.99
$23.59
$10.89
$23.49
$10.79
$23.39
.marketing $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.mba $3.99
$23.99
$3.99
$23.89
$3.99
$23.79
$3.89
$23.89
$3.79
$23.79
$3.69
$23.69
$3.59
$23.59
$3.49
$23.49
$3.39
$23.39
.me $6.99
$16.99
$6.99
$16.49
$6.99
$15.99
$6.89
$16.89
$6.79
$16.79
$6.69
$16.69
$6.59
$16.59
$6.49
$16.49
$6.39
$16.39
.media $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.memorial $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.men $2.75
$11.50
$2.65
$11.50
$2.55
$11.50
$2.65
$11.40
$2.55
$11.30
$2.45
$11.20
$2.35
$11.10
$2.25
$11.00
$2.15
$10.90
.menu $27.99 $27.89 $27.79 $27.89 $27.79 $27.69 $27.59 $27.49 $27.39
.miami $13.99 $13.89 $13.79 $13.89 $13.79 $13.69 $13.59 $13.49 $13.39
.mobi $15.15 $15.15 $15.15 $15.05 $14.95 $14.85 $14.75 $14.65 $14.55
.moda $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.moe $13.99 $13.89 $13.79 $13.89 $13.79 $13.69 $13.59 $13.49 $13.39
.mom $15.35
$27.99
$15.25
$27.89
$15.15
$27.79
$15.25
$27.89
$15.15
$27.79
$15.05
$27.69
$14.95
$27.59
$14.85
$27.49
$14.75
$27.39
.money $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.mortgage $8.89
$34.99
$8.89
$34.89
$8.89
$34.79
$8.79
$34.89
$8.69
$34.79
$8.59
$34.69
$8.49
$34.59
$8.39
$34.49
$8.29
$34.39
.movie $27.89
$219.99
$27.89
$219.89
$27.89
$219.79
$27.79
$219.89
$27.69
$219.79
$27.59
$219.69
$27.49
$219.59
$27.39
$219.49
$27.29
$219.39
.mx $37.99 $36.99 $36.29 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.navy $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.network $3.99
$15.99
$3.99
$15.89
$3.99
$15.79
$3.89
$15.89
$3.79
$15.79
$3.69
$15.69
$3.59
$15.59
$3.49
$15.49
$3.39
$15.39
.news $5.99
$18.99
$5.99
$18.89
$5.99
$18.79
$5.89
$18.89
$5.79
$18.79
$5.69
$18.69
$5.59
$18.59
$5.49
$18.49
$5.39
$18.39
.ninja $3.99
$13.99
$3.99
$13.89
$3.99
$13.79
$3.89
$13.89
$3.79
$13.79
$3.69
$13.69
$3.59
$13.59
$3.49
$13.49
$3.39
$13.39
.observer $9.99 $9.89 $9.79 $9.89 $9.79 $9.69 $9.59 $9.49 $9.39
.one $7.99 $7.89 $7.79 $7.89 $7.79 $7.69 $7.59 $7.49 $7.39
.online $3.99 
$26.99
$3.89 
$26.89
$3.79 
$26.79
$3.89 
$26.89
$3.79 
$26.79
$3.69 
$26.69
$3.59 
$26.59
$3.49 
$26.49
$3.39 
$26.39
.ooo $2.75
$25.00
$2.65
$24.90
$2.55
$24.80
$2.65
$24.90
$2.55
$24.80
$2.45
$24.70
$2.35
$24.60
$2.25
$24.50
$2.15
$24.40
.organic $11.79
$53.99
$11.79
$53.89
$11.79
$53.79
$11.69
$53.89
$11.59
$53.79
$11.49
$53.69
$11.39
$53.59
$11.29
$53.49
$11.19
$53.39
.partners $11.39
$37.99
$11.39
$37.89
$11.39
$37.79
$11.29
$37.89
$11.19
$37.79
$11.09
$37.69
$10.99
$37.59
$10.89
$37.49
$10.79
$37.39
.parts $11.39
$23.99
$11.39
$23.89
$11.39
$23.79
$11.29
$23.89
$11.19
$23.79
$11.09
$23.69
$10.99
$23.59
$10.89
$23.49
$10.79
$23.39
.party $2.75
$11.50
$2.65
$11.50
$2.55
$11.50
$2.65
$11.40
$2.55
$11.30
$2.45
$11.20
$2.35
$11.10
$2.25
$11.00
$2.15
$10.90
.pet $12.84 $12.84 $12.84 $12.74 $12.64 $12.54 $12.44 $12.34 $12.24
.photography $3.99
$15.99
$3.99
$15.89
$3.99
$15.79
$3.89
$15.89
$3.79
$15.79
$3.69
$15.69
$3.59
$15.59
$3.49
$15.49
$3.39
$15.39
.photo $22.99 $22.89 $22.79 $22.89 $22.79 $22.69 $22.59 $22.49 $22.39
.photos $5.99
$15.99
$5.99
$15.89
$5.99
$15.79
$5.89
$15.89
$5.79
$15.79
$5.69
$15.69
$5.59
$15.59
$5.49
$15.49
$5.39
$15.39
.pics $22.99 $22.89 $22.79 $22.89 $22.79 $22.69 $22.59 $22.49 $22.39
.pictures $3.99
$8.99
$3.99
$8.89
$3.99
$8.79
$3.89
$8.89
$3.79
$8.79
$3.69
$8.69
$3.59
$8.59
$3.49
$8.49
$3.39
$8.39
.pink $12.84 $12.84 $12.84 $12.74 $12.64 $12.54 $12.44 $12.34 $12.24
.pizza $5.99
$37.99
$5.99
$37.89
$5.99
$37.79
$5.89
$37.89
$5.79
$37.79
$5.69
$37.69
$5.59
$37.59
$5.49
$37.49
$5.39
$37.39
.place $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.plumbing $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.plus $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.press $52.99 $52.99 $52.99 $52.89 $52.79 $52.69 $52.59 $52.49 $52.39
.pro $12.84 $12.84 $12.84 $12.74 $12.64 $12.54 $12.44 $12.34 $12.24
.productions $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.promo $12.84 $12.84 $12.84 $12.74 $12.64 $12.54 $12.44 $12.34 $12.24
.properties $3.99
$23.99
$3.99
$23.89
$3.99
$23.79
$3.89
$23.89
$3.79
$23.79
$3.69
$23.69
$3.59
$23.59
$3.49
$23.49
$3.39
$23.39
.property $114.99 $114.89 $114.79 $114.89 $114.79 $114.69 $114.59 $114.49 $114.39
.protection $2,079.99 $2,079.89 $2,079.79 $2,079.89 $2,079.79 $2,079.69 $2,079.59 $2,079.49 $2,079.39
.pub $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.pw $17.50
$19.50
$17.25
$19.30
$17.10
$19.00
$17.40
$19.40
$17.30
$19.30
$17.20
$19.20
$17.10
$19.10
$17.00
$19.00
$16.90
$18.90
.racing $6.35
$11.50
$6.25
$11.50
$6.15
$11.50
$6.25
$11.40
$6.15
$11.30
$6.05
$11.20
$5.95
$11.10
$5.85
$11.00
$5.75
$10.90
.realty $9.99 $9.89 $9.79 $9.89 $9.79 $9.69 $9.59 $9.49 $9.39
.recipes $3.99
$37.99
$3.99
$37.89
$3.99
$37.79
$3.89
$37.89
$3.79
$37.79
$3.69
$37.69
$3.59
$37.59
$3.49
$37.49
$3.39
$37.39
.red $12.84 $12.84 $12.84 $12.74 $12.64 $12.54 $12.44 $12.34 $12.24
.rehab $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.reise $27.89
$73.99
$27.89
$73.89
$27.89
$73.79
$27.79
$73.89
$27.69
$73.79
$27.59
$73.69
$27.49
$73.59
$27.39
$73.49
$27.29
$73.39
.reisen $3.99
$15.99
$3.99
$15.89
$3.99
$15.79
$3.89
$15.89
$3.79
$15.79
$3.69
$15.69
$3.59
$15.59
$3.49
$15.49
$3.39
$15.39
.rent $25.00
$49.99
$25.00
$49.89
$25.00
$49.79
$24.90
$49.89
$24.80
$49.79
$24.70
$49.69
$24.60
$49.59
$24.50
$49.49
$24.40
$49.39
.rentals $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.repair $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.report $5.99
$15.99
$5.99
$15.89
$5.99
$15.79
$5.89
$15.89
$5.79
$15.79
$5.69
$15.69
$5.59
$15.59
$5.49
$15.49
$5.39
$15.39
.republican $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.rest $28.99 $28.89 $28.79 $28.89 $28.79 $28.69 $28.59 $28.49 $28.39
.restaurant $5.99
$37.99
$5.99
$37.89
$5.99
$37.79
$5.89
$37.89
$5.79
$37.79
$5.69
$37.69
$5.59
$37.59
$5.49
$37.49
$5.39
$37.39
.review $6.35
$11.50
$6.25
$11.50
$6.15
$11.50
$6.25
$11.40
$6.15
$11.30
$6.05
$11.20
$5.95
$11.10
$5.85
$11.00
$5.75
$10.90
.reviews $5.99
$18.99
$5.99
$18.89
$5.99
$18.79
$5.89
$18.89
$5.79
$18.79
$5.69
$18.69
$5.59
$18.59
$5.49
$18.49
$5.39
$18.39
.rip $5.99
$13.99
$5.99
$13.89
$5.99
$13.79
$5.89
$13.89
$5.79
$13.79
$5.69
$13.69
$5.59
$13.59
$5.49
$13.49
$5.39
$13.39
.global $53.99 $53.99
$53.89
$53.99
$53.79
$53.89 $53.79 $53.69 $53.59 $53.49 $53.39
.boats $28.75 $28.75 $28.75 $28.65 $28.55 $28.45 $28.35 $28.25 $28.15
.homes $9.35
$28.75
$9.25
$28.65
$9.15
$28.55
$9.25
$28.65
$9.15
$28.55
$9.05
$28.45
$8.95
$28.35
$8.85
$28.25
$8.75
$28.15
.motorcycles $28.75 $28.75 $28.75 $28.65 $28.55 $28.45 $28.35 $28.25 $28.15
.yachts $28.75 $28.75 $28.75 $28.65 $28.55 $28.45 $28.35 $28.25 $28.15
.autos $18.99
$59.99
$18.89
$59.99
$18.79
$59.99
$18.89
$59.89
$18.79
$59.79
$18.69
$59.69
$18.59
$59.59
$18.49
$59.49
$18.39
$59.39
.rodeo $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.run $3.99 
$15.99
$3.99 
$15.89
$3.99 
$15.79
$3.89 
$15.89
$3.79 
$15.79
$3.69 
$15.69
$3.59 
$15.59
$3.49 
$15.49
$3.39 
$15.39
.sale $3.99
$23.99
$3.99
$23.89
$3.99
$23.79
$3.89
$23.89
$3.79
$23.79
$3.69
$23.69
$3.59
$23.59
$3.49
$23.49
$3.39
$23.39
.salon $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.sarl $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.school $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.schule $8.89
$15.99
$8.89
$15.89
$8.89
$15.79
$8.79
$15.89
$8.69
$15.79
$8.59
$15.69
$8.49
$15.59
$8.39
$15.49
$8.29
$15.39
.science $6.35
$11.50
$6.25
$11.50
$6.15
$11.50
$6.25
$11.40
$6.15
$11.30
$6.05
$11.20
$5.95
$11.10
$5.85
$11.00
$5.75
$10.90
.security $2,079.99 $2,079.89 $2,079.79 $2,079.89 $2,079.79 $2,079.69 $2,079.59 $2,079.49 $2,079.39
.services $1.99 
$23.99
$1.99 
$23.89
$1.99 
$23.79
$1.89 
$23.89
$1.79 
$23.79
$1.69 
$23.69
$1.59 
$23.59
$1.49 
$23.49
$1.39 
$23.39
.sexy $43.99 $43.89 $43.79 $43.89 $43.79 $43.69 $43.59 $43.49 $43.39
.sh $35.99 $35.99 $35.99 $35.89 $35.79 $35.69 $35.59 $35.49 $35.39
.shiksha $10.89 $10.79 $10.69 $10.79 $10.69 $10.59 $10.49 $10.39 $10.29
.shoes $11.39
$37.99
$11.39
$37.89
$11.39
$37.79
$11.29
$37.89
$11.19
$37.79
$11.09
$37.69
$10.99
$37.59
$10.89
$37.49
$10.79
$37.39
.shop $7.79
$26.99
$7.69
$26.89
$7.59
$26.79
$7.69
$26.89
$7.59
$26.79
$7.49
$26.69
$7.39
$26.59
$7.29
$26.49
$7.19
$26.39
.shopping $22.99 $22.89 $22.79 $22.89 $22.79 $22.69 $22.59 $22.49 $22.39
.show $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.singles $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.site $2.19 
$23.99
$2.19 
$23.89
$2.19 
$23.79
$2.09 
$23.89
$1.99 
$23.79
$1.89 
$23.69
$1.79 
$23.59
$1.69 
$23.49
$1.59 
$23.39
.ski $34.70 $34.70 $34.70 $34.60 $34.50 $34.40 $34.30 $34.20 $34.10
.soccer $15.99 $15.89 $15.79 $15.89 $15.79 $15.69 $15.59 $15.49 $15.39
.social $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.software $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.solar $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.solutions $3.99
$15.99
$3.99
$15.89
$3.99
$15.79
$3.89
$15.89
$3.79
$15.79
$3.69
$15.69
$3.59
$15.59
$3.49
$15.49
$3.39
$15.39
.space $1.89
$19.50
$1.79
$19.30
$1.69
$19.00
$1.79
$19.40
$1.69
$19.30
$1.59
$19.20
$1.49
$19.10
$1.39
$19.00
$1.29
$18.90
.storage $529.99 $529.89 $529.79 $529.89 $529.79 $529.69 $529.59 $529.49 $529.39
.stream $2.75
$11.50
$2.65
$11.50
$2.55
$11.50
$2.65
$11.40
$2.55
$11.30
$2.45
$11.20
$2.35
$11.10
$2.25
$11.00
$2.15
$10.90
.studio $5.99
$18.99
$5.99
$18.89
$5.99
$18.79
$5.89
$18.89
$5.79
$18.79
$5.69
$18.69
$5.59
$18.59
$5.49
$18.49
$5.39
$18.39
.study $22.99 $22.89 $22.79 $22.89 $22.79 $22.69 $22.59 $22.49 $22.39
.style $5.99
$21.99
$5.99
$21.89
$5.99
$21.79
$5.89
$21.89
$5.79
$21.79
$5.69
$21.69
$5.59
$21.59
$5.49
$21.49
$5.39
$21.39
.sucks $218.99 $218.89 $218.79 $218.89 $218.79 $218.69 $218.59 $218.49 $218.39
.supplies $15.99 $15.89 $15.79 $15.89 $15.79 $15.69 $15.59 $15.49 $15.39
.supply $15.99 $15.89 $15.79 $15.89 $15.79 $15.69 $15.59 $15.49 $15.39
.support $5.99
$15.99
$5.99
$15.89
$5.99
$15.79
$5.89
$15.89
$5.79
$15.79
$5.69
$15.69
$5.59
$15.59
$5.49
$15.49
$5.39
$15.39
.surf $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.surgery $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.systems $3.99
$15.99
$3.99
$15.89
$3.99
$15.79
$3.89
$15.89
$3.79
$15.79
$3.69
$15.69
$3.59
$15.59
$3.49
$15.49
$3.39
$15.39
.tattoo $34.99 $34.89 $34.79 $34.89 $34.79 $34.69 $34.59 $34.49 $34.39
.tax $5.99
$37.99
$5.99
$37.89
$5.99
$37.79
$5.89
$37.89
$5.79
$37.79
$5.69
$37.69
$5.59
$37.59
$5.49
$37.49
$5.39
$37.39
.taxi $5.99
$37.99
$5.99
$37.89
$5.99
$37.79
$5.89
$37.89
$5.79
$37.79
$5.69
$37.69
$5.59
$37.59
$5.49
$37.49
$5.39
$37.39
.team $3.99 
$23.99
$3.99 
$23.89
$3.99 
$23.79
$3.89 
$23.89
$3.79 
$23.79
$3.69 
$23.69
$3.59 
$23.59
$3.49 
$23.49
$3.39 
$23.39
.tech $8.99
$39.99
$8.89
$39.89
$8.79
$39.79
$8.89
$39.89
$8.79
$39.79
$8.69
$39.69
$8.59
$39.59
$8.49
$39.49
$8.39
$39.39
.technology $3.99
$15.99
$3.99
$15.89
$3.99
$15.79
$3.89
$15.89
$3.79
$15.79
$3.69
$15.69
$3.59
$15.59
$3.49
$15.49
$3.39
$15.39
.tel $10.79 $10.69 $10.59 $10.69 $10.59 $10.49 $10.39 $10.29 $10.19
.tennis $35.99 $35.89 $35.79 $35.89 $35.79 $35.69 $35.59 $35.49 $35.39
.theater $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.theatre $529.99 $529.89 $529.79 $529.89 $529.79 $529.69 $529.59 $529.49 $529.39
.tickets $389.99 $389.89 $389.79 $389.89 $389.79 $389.69 $389.59 $389.49 $389.39
.tienda $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.tips $5.99
$15.99
$5.99
$15.89
$5.99
$15.79
$5.89
$15.89
$5.79
$15.79
$5.69
$15.69
$5.59
$15.59
$5.49
$15.49
$5.39
$15.39
.tires $5.99
$73.99
$5.99
$73.89
$5.99
$73.79
$5.89
$73.89
$5.79
$73.79
$5.69
$73.69
$5.59
$73.59
$5.49
$73.49
$5.39
$73.39
.today $1.99
$15.99
$1.99
$15.89
$1.99
$15.79
$1.89
$15.89
$1.79
$15.79
$1.69
$15.69
$1.59
$15.59
$1.49
$15.49
$1.39
$15.39
.tools $3.99 
$23.99
$3.99 
$23.89
$3.99 
$23.79
$3.89 
$23.89
$3.79 
$23.79
$3.69 
$23.69
$3.59 
$23.59
$3.49 
$23.49
$3.39 
$23.39
.tours $5.99
$37.99
$5.99
$37.89
$5.99
$37.79
$5.89
$37.89
$5.79
$37.79
$5.69
$37.69
$5.59
$37.59
$5.49
$37.49
$5.39
$37.39
.town $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.toys $5.99
$37.99
$5.99
$37.89
$5.99
$37.79
$5.89
$37.89
$5.79
$37.79
$5.69
$37.69
$5.59
$37.59
$5.49
$37.49
$5.39
$37.39
.trade $2.75
$11.50
$2.65
$11.50
$2.55
$11.50
$2.65
$11.40
$2.55
$11.30
$2.45
$11.20
$2.35
$11.10
$2.25
$11.00
$2.15
$10.90
.training $11.39
$23.99
$11.39
$23.89
$11.39
$23.79
$11.29
$23.89
$11.19
$23.79
$11.09
$23.69
$10.99
$23.59
$10.89
$23.49
$10.79
$23.39
.tube $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.tv $26.99 $26.89 $26.79 $26.89 $26.79 $26.69 $26.59 $26.49 $26.39
.university $11.39
$37.99
$11.39
$37.89
$11.39
$37.79
$11.29
$37.89
$11.19
$37.79
$11.09
$37.69
$10.99
$37.59
$10.89
$37.49
$10.79
$37.39
.uno $11.99 $11.89 $11.79 $11.89 $11.79 $11.69 $11.59 $11.49 $11.39
.us $7.99 $7.89 $7.79 $7.89 $7.79 $7.69 $7.59 $7.49 $7.39
.vacations $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.vegas $43.99 $43.89 $43.79 $43.89 $43.79 $43.69 $43.59 $43.49 $43.39
.ventures $5.99
$37.99
$5.99
$37.89
$5.99
$37.79
$5.89
$37.89
$5.79
$37.79
$5.69
$37.69
$5.59
$37.59
$5.49
$37.49
$5.39
$37.39
.vet $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.viajes $3.99
$37.99
$3.99
$37.89
$3.99
$37.79
$3.89
$37.89
$3.79
$37.79
$3.69
$37.69
$3.59
$37.59
$3.49
$37.49
$3.39
$37.39
.video $5.99
$18.99
$5.99
$18.89
$5.99
$18.79
$5.89
$18.89
$5.79
$18.79
$5.69
$18.69
$5.59
$18.59
$5.49
$18.49
$5.39
$18.39
.villas $37.99 $37.89 $37.79 $37.89 $37.79 $37.69 $37.59 $37.49 $37.39
.vin $5.99
$37.99
$5.99
$37.89
$5.99
$37.79
$5.89
$37.89
$5.79
$37.79
$5.69
$37.69
$5.59
$37.59
$5.49
$37.49
$5.39
$37.39
.vip $11.99 $11.89 $11.79 $11.89 $11.79 $11.69 $11.59 $11.49 $11.39
.vision $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.vodka $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.voyage $5.99
$37.99
$5.99
$37.89
$5.99
$37.79
$5.89
$37.89
$5.79
$37.79
$5.69
$37.69
$5.59
$37.59
$5.49
$37.49
$5.39
$37.39
.watch $5.99
$23.99
$5.99
$23.89
$5.99
$23.79
$5.89
$23.89
$5.79
$23.79
$5.69
$23.69
$5.59
$23.59
$5.49
$23.49
$5.39
$23.39
.webcam $6.35
$11.50
$6.25
$11.50
$6.15
$11.50
$6.25
$11.40
$6.15
$11.30
$6.05
$11.20
$5.95
$11.10
$5.85
$11.00
$5.75
$10.90
.website $2.19
$17.99
$2.19
$17.89
$2.19
$17.79
$2.09
$17.89
$1.99
$17.79
$1.89
$17.69
$1.79
$17.59
$1.69
$17.49
$1.59
$17.39
.wedding $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.whoswho $22.99 $22.89 $22.79 $22.89 $22.79 $22.69 $22.59 $22.49 $22.39
.wiki $22.99 $22.89 $22.79 $22.89 $22.79 $22.69 $22.59 $22.49 $22.39
.baby $58.00 $58.00 $58.00 $57.90 $57.80 $57.70 $57.60 $57.50 $57.40
.monster $9.99 $9.89 $9.79 $9.89 $9.79 $9.69 $9.59 $9.49 $9.39
.sydney $58.00 $58.00 $58.00 $57.90 $57.80 $57.70 $57.60 $57.50 $57.40
.dev $12.00 $12.00 $12.00 $11.90 $11.80 $11.70 $11.60 $11.50 $11.40
.app $13.99 $13.99 $13.99 $13.89 $13.79 $13.69 $13.59 $13.49 $13.39
.melbourne $58.00 $58.00 $58.00 $57.90 $57.80 $57.70 $57.60 $57.50 $57.40
.win $2.75
$11.50
$2.65
$11.50
$2.55
$11.50
$2.65
$11.40
$2.55
$11.30
$2.45
$11.20
$2.35
$11.10
$2.25
$11.00
$2.15
$10.90
.wine $5.99
$37.99
$5.99
$37.89
$5.99
$37.79
$5.89
$37.89
$5.79
$37.79
$5.69
$37.69
$5.59
$37.59
$5.49
$37.49
$5.39
$37.39
.works $3.99
$23.99
$3.99
$23.89
$3.99
$23.79
$3.89
$23.89
$3.79
$23.79
$3.69
$23.69
$3.59
$23.59
$3.49
$23.49
$3.39
$23.39
.world $1.99 
$23.99
$1.99 
$23.89
$1.99 
$23.79
$1.89 
$23.89
$1.79 
$23.79
$1.69 
$23.69
$1.59 
$23.59
$1.49 
$23.49
$1.39 
$23.39
.work $6.29 $6.19 $6.09 $6.19 $6.09 $5.99 $5.89 $5.79 $5.69
.ws $5.99
$20.99
$5.89
$20.89
$5.79
$20.79
$5.89
$20.89
$5.79
$20.79
$5.69
$20.69
$5.59
$20.59
$5.49
$20.49
$5.39
$20.39
.wtf $3.99 
$23.99
$3.99 
$23.89
$3.99 
$23.79
$3.89 
$23.89
$3.79 
$23.79
$3.69 
$23.69
$3.59 
$23.59
$3.49 
$23.49
$3.39 
$23.39
.yoga $23.99 $23.89 $23.79 $23.89 $23.79 $23.69 $23.59 $23.49 $23.39
.zone $3.99
$23.99
$3.99
$23.89
$3.99
$23.79
$3.89
$23.89
$3.79
$23.79
$3.69
$23.69
$3.59
$23.59
$3.49
$23.49
$3.39
$23.39
.travel $89.45
$95.00
$89.35
$95.00
$89.10
$95.00
$89.35
$94.90
$89.25
$94.80
$89.15
$94.70
$89.05
$94.60
$88.95
$94.50
$88.85
$94.40

Bold texted price rolls are extensions that Ultimate SEO has bought that are relatively cheap.

Hits: 2

https://ultimateseo.org/domain-name-coupons/

Auto Posting Across Social Media Platforms – IFTTT – Buffer.com

I hate missing out just as much as anyone else.  Its why Ultimate SEO has accounts on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Pinterest, Flickr, Youtube, Blogger, Instagram, SnapChat and more.  But the only thing worse than not being on a platform is to not appear active on that platform. If someone’s first impression of you or your company is your activity on a forgotten profile it is more damaging than not having been there to begin with.

IFTTT And Buffer

Thats where IFTTT has stepped in and been able to save time while helping to get a message out consistently.  From WordPress IFTTT automatically shares and posts each update to a slew of other sites and until recently its been the most effective means for auto updating social media.  Now that Google+ has ended and with the loss of Gmail applets on IFTTT it may be a good time to look again at social media auto posting techniques.  Recently it appears LinkedIn may have discontinued its connection to IFTTT as well, which is a shame and hurts both LinkedIn and IFTTT.

buffer.com

buffer.com

In researching IFTTT applets Buffer.com came to light.  Its mostly a paid version of what IFTTT did for free but it also includes a free options which allows integration with 3 social media platforms.  In the use case of Ultimate SEO that meant connecting to LinkedIn.  The other two positions going to Facebook and Twitter as those are the powerhouse social media platforms.

Automated Cross Posting In Social Media

My ultimate goal is to fully automate this process and I haven’t yet seen that in Buffer.com but further testing may reveal that an action from IFTTT completes this chain.  Its not enough to be able to post an individual article from one site to all, we need something that checks all sites and then auto publishes what isnt published on others to those sites.

You might think of this daisy chain of social media as if it were a PBN.  It’s a network of separate sites but all you.

I’ll keep you updated on this case study.  At present though IFTTT still appears to be the best auto posting option for social media.  It can start from a sites RSS feed or an integrated service like WordPress then post to a central site such as Blogger which has a lot of versatility due to the number of connections available.

Connectors Applets Or Recipes

Some connections utilized for Ultimate SEO include:

(The WordPress to X recipes are available but I’d recommend making these connections through Blogger where possible for consistency)

Blogger applets

Blogger applets

  • WordPress to Blogger
  • WordPress to Photostream
  • WordPress to Tumblr
  • WordPress to Facebook
  • WordPress to Twitter
  • Blogger to Buffer – this recipe enables the auto posting into LinkedIn
  • Blogger to Flickr
  • Blogger to Pinterest
  • Blogger to Bitly
  • Blogger to Diigo
  • Blogger to Instapaper
  • Blogger to Reddit
  • Blogger to Pocket
  • Blogger to Trello
  • Blogger to Dropbox
  • Blogger to OneNote

It may appear that I love Blogger but its important to have a centralized distribution point.  Consider how easy it would be to accidentally create an auto updating loop if you didn’t have a defined start.  I accidentally created one of these months ago and it was annoying first discovering it and second reviewing where in the chain I was picking up the update I was trying to put down.  So blogger serves in that regard as a check point on redundancy.  I also prefer a secondary site from WordPress.  If after publishing something on WordPress you realized the permalink is too long or something just didn’t look right, you at least have another spot to stop that mistake from going out to everything else.

Hits: 4

https://ultimateseo.org/posting-across-social-media/

Speed: Page Load – Technical SEO Out Ranks Most In Mobile

A Case Study of SEO Metrics And Rank

Here is a recently added FAQ to the Ultimate SEO FAQ section.

Let me show you how important it is….desktop vs mobile search results

desktop vs mobile search results

Why is realtor.com not higher than zumper.com in the mobile search on the right?  Consider these metrics

Realtor.com = Domain Score: 55 Trust Score 58 Alexa Rank 763 Registered 1996 Ads 3,900 Backlinks 57,000,000 Traffic Rank 108

Zumper.com = Domain Score: 37 Trust Score 44 Alexa Rank 17,000 Registered 2004 Ads 0 Backlinks 1,700,000 Traffic Rank 2830

In every metric realtor.com wins, so why is it below Zumper.com on the mobile search?

Site Speed Test on GTMetrix

Realtor.com Fails Speed

site speed

site speed

Zumper.com Passes Speed

page load

page load

So in this example we clearly see a more popular site beaten by a less established site and the single only factor the smaller site did better was speed.  And we cant discount this as … well its only important in mobile.  In case you missed it…

60% of searches are mobile

60% of searches are mobile

Now when we consider the facts above lets also dispel people’s over fascination for keywords and text optimization and position of frequency of words, the content length …. on-site SEO, the SEO of the 1990s as I call it… both sites present the same content to the desktop and mobile versions they just differ wildly in the speed.  What are some of the reasons?  Realtor.com decided to present 16 rows of 3 images of homes to visitors while Zumper shows 4 rows of 1 image …. and then additional rows load as you scroll down.  Lazy Load and 1 image vs 3.  Thats how they keep their requests to about a third of the realtor.com page.

What Are Requests?

I’d suggest you think of requests as if they are shots from a gun at your head.  You need to avoid them!  Less shots is a lot better…

Requests are literally requests of the server before the page can load.  If I make a page with one image on it that is one request.  Lets say I decide to replace that image with a slider with 5 slides, now I have 5 requests … the same page area but that cool feature increases the trips required of a computer to quadruple!  Lets say now I add social media icons to the page … Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and an email icon …. small and just up in the right corner.  That social media addition just added 5 more requests.  Think about all the things on your page, they don’t all come together in one big Amazon package with a smile…. they are shipped to the computer individually.  Now I have one page with 1 request and another with 10 and the initial difference isn’t much…that slider only displays one image at a time.

Latency And Requests

Servers don’t respond instantly…they take a little while to think and retrieve the requested resource and then it has to travel the distance from the server to your computer…may be at the speed of light, but light still takes time.  This time is called latency.  50 milliseconds is a good latency.

If both servers in the FAQ had a 50 ms latency.  We can assume that the

Realtor.com server will take 50 ms x 301 requests = 15050 ms or 15 seconds

Zumper.com server will take 50 ms x 134 requests = 6700 ms or 6 seconds  

I hope this explains why you want to limit requests, and prioritize speed as much as you focus on keywords.

Ways To Decrease Requests

Do you need separate images?  On ultimateseo.org I wanted to show my COMPTia certifications.  I have 4 icons … I combined them to make one image.   Thats 1/4 the requests but no change in user experience other than a quicker site.

technical certifications

technical certifications

Lazy Load

Lazy Load also helps speed up the initial page load time.  If “below the fold” you have a lot of images on a page … the page needs those images still to finish the load unless you institute lazy load which essentially tells the computer to load an image only when it is coming into view.  This makes sense likely if you have 300 images on the page and plenty of them are scrolled far down….but all in all I’m on the fence on Lazy Load.  I ran speed tests on the homepage of this site with Lazy Load on …. 3 tests results 2.3 seconds, 1.9 seconds and 1.9 seconds.  I turned off lazy load, and reran the test and got 2.3 seconds, 1.9 seconds and 1.7 seconds.  So technically the site loaded faster with Lazy Load off….keep in mind it take a bit of thinking for the server to implement it. This helps speed up a site drastically if there are a ton of images spread vertically…but not much in a normal page.  What are the full implications on SEO when a site is crawled?

Its suggested by “Ask Yoast” that Lazy Load is fine for SEO and the images are rendered as Google scrolls down the page and indexes the content.

Hits: 4

http://ultimateseo.org/tech-seo-mobile-speed/