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I own about 5 and looking to get more. I agree with Chuck Willman
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I fully own 3. I have another website that my franchise owns, but I "rent" at no charge.
I plan on buying another 1 or 2 and point them towards my main domain.
I had to log into my godaddy account to see - I have 90. I'll always remember the first one I purchased, my last name, denton.org. It was February 11, 2000, a Thursday night. I attended an Internet Marketing course that evening, after work, and the Instructor taught us how to register domain names, via Network Solutions. At that time Network Solutions was the only game in town, and the price was $35.00 per year, two year minimum. For the past 15 years all my family members have had an email address that matches their first and last name.
Roughly about 10
I own about 10 at present.
None. I am just a member on Praful's team.
My company owns a few thousand, and after "building out" websites for hundreds and hundreds of them, we've come to a fairly direct conclusion. It's not the size of your domain list that matters, it's how you use it. The "exact match domain" strategy, wherein your domain name contains the keywords (or keyword phrase) you're targeting is actually starting to come to an end. As Ernest Hemingway said about bankruptcy - this'll happen "...gradually, then suddenly.". In the past, my company would "build-out" many in depth-websites pertaining to a particular niche. We'd use these "exact match" domains. We're steering away from this now. This only applies to phrases such as "LeaseToOwn.com, or ThreeBedroomHomesLosAngeles.com - you get the point. Where it wouldn't be applicable is when promoting one particular project, such as One57.com for One 57 in NYC. It's a brand, and therefore okay. Getting your name, AnnetteLawrence.com would be a must, but going crazy with it and getting stuff like AnnetteLawrenceSellsHouses.com and so on, just really isn't necessary any longer unless you have a lot of spare time. Domains alone do nothing. You really have to have a lot of good, pertinent content on each and every domain - or its' just gonna sit there idle.
Probably about 2 dozen and I use many of them to point to my primary websites.
I own 7 now and am focusing on leveraging them more rather than buying more domains.
About 15 I think. When I think of a good one, I buy it.
I belong to the godaddy discount domain buyer club. We own hundreds of domains.
A half dozen. I was going to grab some more but without housing them I don't see the purpose unless I am going to redirect them. Frankly I have all I can manage now.
Quite a few and still purchasing. It is good to keep checking if there are certain ones that you want.
I have around 4 right now but used to have more than 6 ... trying to cut down....
I own 10 domains with 3 active websites. The others I just point to the various site. My main site is SearchNewOrleansRealEstate.com
I have about 75 of them that are real estate related. Most of those are a holdover from my early days when I wasn't quite sure which direction I was going to go with my real estate business. I forward them to my two main sites. I may let some go over time, but for now I am hanging on to them.
We have 17 URLs
Annette Lawrence well it seems everyone has about 10-12...so let me reconsider my decision of 'let it go'!
Annette Lawrence - about 20 - and I don't use almost 15 of them (and still keep on renewing it! Thanks for the question - I'll take a look at it and 'let it go'!)
About 10 to 12, I'd have to count.
I own a couple dozen. Some are for real estate. Some are to use or sell down the road. Yes- domain names are properties that can be transacted- so I keep a few in reserve.