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How often do you use search engines? How often do you think other people will? (A lot!) And if they do, do you think they’ll click on ads? Of course they will! It's free for them... And money for you.
Section 1 - Shopping
People will have no problem with coming there in droves. They’ll click, and you’ll earn the cash. Piece of cake!
Section 2 - Travel
Snobby rich folks use the “Web” to plan for travel... They’ll use your site for advice, and click while they’re there. It’s like a fat injection for your bank account!
Section 3 - Finance
Hundreds of millions of people need help with their credit. Poor guys have debt coming out of their ears... They’ll come to your site for help... And they’ll be making you rich
Section 4 - Cars
Millions of people love cars... but the sorry souls have to watch how much they spend, so they need advice on buying... That’s why they’ll come to this site. They come, and click, and you’ll get rich (and maybe filthy rich, like me).
Section 5 - Computers
Most people own a computer but don't have a clue about the technical stuff like upgrading, which software to buy, how to protect themselves from viruses etc. This is a website they would need to keep coming back to again and again which mean money for you again and again.
A domain name is a Web address, such as godaddy.com, that is linked to an IP address (which represents a physical point on the Internet). When someone types a domain name into a Web browser, the requested Web page displays.
A domain name consists of a top-level and a second-level domain. A top-level domain (TLD) is the part of the domain name located to the right of the dot (godaddy.com). The most common top-level domains are .COM, .NET, and .ORG. Some other popular top-level domains are .BIZ, .INFO, .NAME and .WS. These TLDs have certain guidelines but are, for the most part, available to any registrant, anywhere in the world.
The part of the domain name located to the left of the dot — "godaddy," in this case — is called the second-level domain (SLD) name. The second-level domain name is the "readable" part of the address and refers to the organization or entity behind the Internet address. Second-level domain names must be registered with an Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)-accredited registrar.