Buy Domains At Domain Cost Club
First you need a quick overview of what Domain Cost Club is all about. The following video presentation will do that and more:
As anyone who visits this website will know, I am a big fan of Domain Cost Club. I am very passionate about this because I think everyone should have at least one domain name and this approach appeals to me, especially the 4 x 7 forced matrix with spillover aspect. 🙂
Please understand, I currently have over 5 domains registered with Domain Cost Club. I became a Domain Cost Club member in November 2014 and am now a Lifetime Charter Member because it makes so much sense. I am not asking you to do something that I have not done myself. 🙂
If I wanted to start a business using the franchise model for say McDonald’s, I would have to find quite a bit of money. I read somewhere that the total startup costs to get franchisee rights and open just one new outlet in the United Status of America would cost $1,600,000 (give or take $700,000). I don’t know about you, but if I had anything from $900,000 to $2,300,000 in my backpocket, I think I would spent it on something else. 🙂
Domain Cost Club Members with a paid up membership (Currently $99 per year, or $499 for life) can earn referrals when people they refer purchase Domain Cost Club Memberships. This is a low cost entry route into starting your own internet based business, compared to starting up say a McDonald’s franchise in the United States of America. You can read my review of Domain Cost Club here.
Get two birds with one stone approach
This article assumes that you are not yet convinced that becoming a Domain Cost Club Member is a good idea and so suggests that instead of becoming a fully paid up member of Domain Cost Club, you approach it from a slightly different angle.
It also assumes that you are going a buy a domain name anyway and hey, you may as well check out Domain Cost Club from that angle before proceeding.
Just so you know, if you are not currently a candidate for this or convinced yet that it is a good idea, you can still use my Domain Cost Club link and buy domains paying the current recommended prices for those domains. From personal experience, I find that the backend area where you would manage these domains in Domain Cost Club is much easier to use than the backend area used to manage domains than other domain registrars I have used in the past. You may also find this is the case. 🙂
For example, you could buy a .COM domain, using my Domain Cost Club link paying the recommended retail price of $15.00, instead of the Domain Cost Club Member’s price of $7.85, In this case I do not get a commission. However I am hoping that you find Domain Cost Club good, and decide for yourself that you want to become a Domain Cost Club Member. If or when you do opt to upgrade to Domain Cost Club Membership in the future, I will be awarded a commission or bounty at that time and you will then be placed in my down-line in the appropriate spot.
Some really good savings information as of August 26, 2015
Currently, there are some really good savings to be make now (August 26, 2015). These vary from time to time depending on promotional offers made to Domain Cost Club from the underlying “owners/managers” of the domain extensions. For instance the “owner/manager” of the XYZ domain extension is different to the “owner/manager” of the COM domain extension. From time to time, these “owners/managers” have special promotions. Currently (August 26, 2015) some really good promotions offers include:
|Domain Extension||Domain Cost Club Member Price||Recommended Retail Price (Registration)||Domain Cost Club Member Savings|
Please note that these may or may not be applicable when you read this if you are reading this days or weeks or years in the future. 🙂
Always check the Domain Cost Club website for current prices and any other terms and conditions.
As you may or may not know, Google’s parent company brought ABC.XYZ a few days ago, so you would be in good company if you buy a XYZ domain or indeed XYZ domains, like I did.
Some really good savings to be made
As you can see, Domain Cost Club Members can make some really good savings on as many domains they buy via Domain Cost Club.
Read my review about Domain Cost Club
I am a big fan of Domain Cost Club. If you are interested in becoming involved in the huge domain name business and would like to work from home and vacation anywhere, this could be ideal for you.
Domain Cost Club Members with a paid up membership (Currently $99 per year, or $499 for life) can earn referrals when people they refer purchase Domain Cost Club Memberships.
This is a low cost entry route into starting your own internet based business, compared to starting up say a McDonald’s franchise in the United States of America. You can read my review of Domain Cost Club here.
Let me know if you have any applicable thoughts on this great subject by leaving your applicable thoughts below. Many thanks.