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Domain Cost Club, a question and answer session

Domain Cost Club, a question and answer session

As anyone who has visited this website will know, I am a big fan of Domain Cost Club. I love the concept of enjoying At-Cost Pricing when I purchase new domains, or transfer my domains or renew my domains. Domain Cost Club Members also have the ability to earn money on referrals as well. 🙂

First you need a quick overview of what Domain Cost Club is all about. The following video presentation will do that and more:

Anyway, a reader of one of my earlier posts posted a list of questions, which I have already answered. I thought it would be a good idea if I wrote a ‘question and answer’ session based on those answers and answers, so let’s start:

Are there any minimums buys monthly to qualify and start getting paid on your down-lines?

There are no monthly quotas. As long as you maintain a Membership with Domain Cost Club, you are eligible to earn commissions and bounties. Membership tiers are currently available at $99 per year, or $499 for life.

I practice what I preach. I am not asking anyone here to do something that I have not done myself.

I became an annual Domain Cost Club Member last November (November 2014) and a few short months later, I upgraded to become a Domain Cost Club Lifetime Charter Member because it makes so much sense.

No more paying retail prices for Domain names for me.

Do Domain Cost Club supply marketing materials like the video above, and do you have to pay for such marketing materials?

All marketing materials are included with Membership. Please refer to the Membership comparison table, namely the “Affiliate Starter Kit” entries here.
Page down to the section called “What Else comes with My Membership?”

Is there a marketing web site with your own domain supplied that you have to pay for on an annual basis on top of initial?

I am unsure of what this question is asking for. Maybe this will answer the question. If you purchase a domain with Domain Cost Club and you are a Domain Cost Club Member, you are able to “park” it to look at your Domain Cost Club replicated page for no additional fee.

When I buy domains via my Domain Cost Club Member, they look at my Domain Cost Club replicated page:
http://domaincost.club/letstalkdomains for no additional fee. This means that if someone visits this domain, that my Domain Cost Club replicated site is displayed, and if they buy a Domain Cost Club Membership, that I get the associated commission.

Then if I want to, I point the named servers for that new domain to look at where I actually host my websites. At the moment, all of my domains are registered with Domain Cost Club and I have them all pointing to my web host.

Do they offer another web site set up for you that can add to your sell program and if so is that cost extra, and how much extra?

I am not sure what this question is asking for. Domain Cost Club do not offer any other commission-able items besides Domain Cost Club Memberships.

With such a program, getting the word out is key, the big boys are the standard bearers for the market (i.e. GoDaddy, NameCheap, etc.)…Is the owner of this program doing any marketing, and if so where?

Domain Cost Club do not market this program internally, as that would directly conflict with Domain Cost Club affiliates, myself included and potentially you.

This would affect Domain Cost Club affiliates ability to market the Domain Cost Club offerings. Domain Cost Club do not want to interfere with Domain Cost Club Members’ abilities to generate referral revenue.

There is a select audience this would apply to. Obviously the one time buyers of a domain or two may not be interested, but the ones who speculate may be…Any estimate on how big that niche is?

Unfortunately I do not have an answer to this question. People who are interested in making money online referring others to online businesses, people who have several domains in a portfolio and could save money with Domain Cost Club, as well as those who are interested in investing in many domain names, are all potential prospects of Domain Cost Club. How many people there are in these markets? I do not have an answer to this, however it is substantial enough that the Domain Cost Club program has seen strong growth throughout their first year.

Getting in early makes sense of course with an MLM (Multi Level Marketing) program. The whole reason I have such distaste for MLM programs however, is that they sell a dream to those latter buy-in members that is simply not achievable, The market gets saturated very quickly, I would think this one faster than most.

Domain Cost Club has existed for just under one year. Domain Cost Club is still growing, and regardless of when a new Member joins, they have an equal opportunity to refer others and generate commission and bounties, just as someone who joined on day one.

Domain Cost Club’s longevity will be proven by those who are tired of paying marked-up prices elsewhere for the same services Domain Cost Club offers. A great deal of Domain Cost Club business has been generated not from new domain owners, but those who want to save money by transferring all of their domains to Domain Cost Club, myself included.

Domain Cost Club and I believe that as long as people need domain names, Domain Cost Club will prove useful.

Because this MLM offers a real product/service, it is legal. I understand this. But overall, the similarity to a pyramid scheme is uncanny, and we all know how these turn out over time…What makes this one different?

Domain Cost Club is a sister company of Global Domains International (GDI), which has been a domain registry and player in the multi-level marketing business since 1999, over 14 years. GDI is still going strong to this day, and has a similar network marketing program that Domain Cost Club offers. Upon the announcement of new domain extensions being launched a few years ago, GDI decided to create a new income opportunity geared towards selling these new domains at the lowest price possible, all through a Membership program.

Domain Cost Club’s longevity will be proven by those who are tired of paying marked-up prices elsewhere for the same services Domain Cost Club offers. A great deal of Domain Cost Club business has been generated not from new domain owners, but those who want to save money by transferring all of their domains to Domain Cost Club, myself included.

Domain Cost Club and I believe that as long as people need domain names, Domain Cost Club will prove useful.

If you have any applicable questions yourself, please do not hesitate to ask by leaving an applicable comment below. 🙂

Here is the all important link so that you can learn more.

I hope that you found the question and answer session above useful.

If you have any applicable feedback on this that you want to share, please leave your comments below. Many thanks. 🙂

4 thoughts on “Domain Cost Club, a question and answer session”

  1. Hi David,
    Thanks for this. I’ve never heard of Domain Cost Club before and I do deal in many Domains so this sounds interesting. Unfortunately for some reason I could not see your video, which, I think, is a problem on my system. I’m not sure is it broke numbers down.
    Could you please break down the numbers a bit to show savings through the $99 membership. Thanks!

    • Hi Michael,

      It sounds like Domain Cost Club could be ideal for you.

      I just checked that I can still see the video and I can. You might see if you can see it on another machine. It is just a thought which may or may not work for you.

      I broke the numbers down a bit in one of my other posts:

      http://djtrlm.com/maths

      The trouble with numbers is that everyone is different and so realise potential savings in different ways.

      Let me know if you have any additional questions regarding Domain Cost Club.

      Cheers,

      David

  2. Hi David.

    You have a very well organised and interesting website. Looks very solid. I hadn’t heard of Domain Cost Club and I am going to consider participating in their program.

    Your presentation is very open and honest and informative, so I am sure this website builds a lot of trust with visitors. It does with me!

    Sincerely,
    Dave (Yes! another David! We are a force in the world!)

    • Hi Dave,

      Thank you.

      Let me know if you have any questions about Domain Cost Club.

      Cheers,

      David (Yes, we are a force in the world)

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