Morgan’s First Look At DomainQuestions.com – In HD

Well this sure is an exciting week in the Domaining world, first Aftermarket.com and now a brand-new service from veteran Domainer Elliot Silver. DomainQuestions.com is a website for new Domainers to ask questions and get answers from experienced Domainers. I think this is an incredible idea and should be an incredibly valuable tool for all the new people entering the industry. Domaining can be confusing at first and it’s easy to get in over your head, DomainQuestions.com will help new investors get started on the right foot.

Ready to take a look at the site yourself? Just watch my First Look at DomainQuestions.com below:
(P.S. Don’t forget to give it a positive rating on You Tube if you like it!)
(P.P.S. Don’t forget to bump this bad-boy up to HD and go full screen)



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  • Poor Uncle November 11, 2010, 1:00 pm

    Hi Morgan – That was a nice video. You really know how to put up a nice presentation. What kind of software do you need to do this sort of presentation??

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  • Morgan November 11, 2010, 1:06 pm

    Thanks @PoorUncle – I use a program called iShowU on the Mac – great software! Also using a mixer and condenser mic for the audio which helps a bit with the production quality…I’m such a geek 🙂

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  • TeenDomainer November 11, 2010, 1:09 pm

    I really like these first looks, this way you do all of the exploring and sign up and all I have to do is watch.

    Thanks

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    • Morgan November 11, 2010, 1:17 pm

      Thanks @TeenDomainer – much appreciated!

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  • Elliot November 11, 2010, 2:08 pm

    Agree… really neat concept, and I appreciate your checking out the new site.

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  • chris November 11, 2010, 2:43 pm

    Good video review. I also agree that this is a great concept – the only downside I can see is that there are tons of domain forums readily available that answer most of these questions already. On a side note, if Elliot markets this site correctly and sends the site off to those forums, then I can see this site skyrocketing – since the people asking the questions will be getting answers directly from domain gurus as opposed to someone asking a question and getting a reply that confuses them more than their initial question. Kudos Elliot – another good site to add to your ever growing list.

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  • Elliot November 11, 2010, 6:54 pm

    @ Chris

    I have found that many of the questions I am asked are from people who aren’t in the domain business and wouldn’t want to sign up for a forum. The advantage of DomainQuestions.com is that they can sign up in 10 seconds, post the question, and I will try to answer the question shortly thereafter and/or email an acquaintance who might be better suited to answer. I plan to leverage my contacts when possible to provide the best answer and possible make connections for people looking for help.

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  • Elliot November 11, 2010, 6:55 pm

    For instance, here’s a good question that Morgan can probably address:

    http://www.domainquestions.com/how-to-find-the-right-seo-expert/

    😉

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    • Morgan November 11, 2010, 7:05 pm

      Thanks @Elliot – just responded. This is fun! 🙂

      I completely agree that this is WAY less intimidating than a forum. For end-users joining a forum can be far too much for them to undertake just to ask a question. This makes it easy, and we all know that easy wins!

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  • Chris November 12, 2010, 2:24 pm

    @Elliot

    I was not trying to say anything bad about your site or what you are doing. I think it is extremely useful and beneficial to have a created a place where domainers can ask questions and get them answered by people actually in the business and are successful verse getting an irrelevant answer.

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