Now do not let me get you confused, this strategy of forwarding misspelled domain names to affiliate accounts to generate revenue can be done with any
of our domain name investment types. But if you work at it enough, you can always find the perfect misspelled domain name to go with any affiliate
program. This means, as long as you follow our steps provided in this system and do your own due diligence it will not be very hard for you to create a
massive stream of passive residual income from affiliate programs like our account above.
Enjoying yourself yet? We have not even touched the tip of the iceberg yet, so brace yourself and just enjoy reading the first time through. I have already
given you enough information to make you very dangerous, and that is what I want to avoid. Please make sure you have read this entire system all the
way through before you attempt any domain name purchases. I say this because I know what it is like to get excited about a new idea and jump right in.
We must fine tune your skills and knowledge as well as educate you of the possible risk. If you follow my system closely I will show you how to avoid
loosing big money on junk domains, and escape any possible lawsuits from selling misleading domain names. I am not trying to scare you, just make you
aware of the dangers of not educating yourself on possible investments. Remember in my sales letter when I told you that I had to spend over $50,000 to
perfect this system? Do you want to do the same thing before you figure out exactly how this market works? You paid good money for this package so I
could teach you how to prosper in this market without wasting your time or money.
Still on the subject of Misspelled domain names, I will show you a few more examples of very profitable picks I have seen and for different reasons.
Starting with the first one (wwwdrphil.com) you might be chuckling a bit, or you may just be very confused right now. It turns out that there is an
extremely high proximity error when typing in fully qualified domain names. What I mean by this, simply that the person visiting a webpage forgot to
type in the dot after the www, or may not have been looking at the screen while typing, maybe their period button does not work very well on their
keyboard, possibly they were looking right at it when they typed it and either have poor eye sight or were distracted by something else. Regardless, this
is now an extremely profitable domain name for the original investor who most likely purchased it for about $9.00. If you look in depth into the site (I
will supply more detail later) you will see that it receives on average 5000 unique visitors a month. If you examine the domain name even further, and do a
little bit of due diligence (checking on the stats or the correctly typed domain name, the type of site it is, target audience, and where the visitors live, etc)
you will now be able to better understand a little bit the potential value of the domain. The domain name wwwdrphil.com happens to receive 80% United
States visitors it has a target audience between 30-50 years old. With that said I can tell you right now from experience, that this site not even fully
optimized will still yield you about $300 a month in passive income.
Moving on to the next domain name (mysace.com) this investor most likely realized that the (myspace.com) domain name was going to be a big hit and
purchased this domain name before many people had even heard of “myspace”. The statistics on this site rise dramatically each month, March of 2006 it
received almost 250,000 unique visitors. Let us assume that if it is optimized at least somewhat that it will receive about $50 CPM (Cost-Per-Thousand)
which would mean the site is bringing in about $12,500.00 a month in passive income. No webpage is required, no maintence, no hosting fees, no
customers to deal with, no strings attached. A site like this with its popularity growing each month is worth millions. I do not know the exact amount
that the owner receives each month from this domain name but based on the figures I just presented you and the knowledge I have received from years of
investing in domain names the owner is most likely making about $150,000 a year in passive income. This is from a nine dollar original investment!!! If
the owner wished to sell the domain name, it would most likely go for twelve times its yearly earnings. This would mean a serious offer for this domain
name would be around $1.8 million dollars. Once again, this would be a nine dollar investment play!
Now, upsstores.com was a domain name that I once controlled, it is owned by a former partner of mine. This domain name is valuable for so many
different reasons, but first off upsstore.com is owned by a multi-billion dollar company. This is a domain name that is typed by a ridiculous amount of
people on a daily basis. Parked this domain name was making us about $100/day, if we would have fully optimized it, we could have pushed it over
$500/day. The real value here would be if we sold it, to say FedEx, DHL, or another one of the UPS competitors or even to UPS itself. My former
partner still owns this domain name to this day and will most likely never use it to its full potential, or use it at all.
Let us review the key points:
Target domain names of websites that are just now becoming popular.
Only buy domain names that are very close to that of the original.
Make sure the original domain name is a high traffic name.
Have an exit strategy for each domain name (long term portfolio, sales domain, investment domain name for later).
Set, and stay on a budget for your portfolio!!!!