New Domain Investment Company – LintonInvestments.com

I’m happy to announce that after almost an entire year of planning, building-up the portfolio, and filing all the documents, Linton Investments is up and running. As my portfolio has grown over time I decided it was time to start turning my investments into a business.

As I’ve said before – I’ve created some custom parking pages to help monetize my investments and it’s exciting to watch it grow (take a look at GeneticsNow.net for an example). This year Linton Investments will focus on some great potential long-term investments with .cc, .ws, .in, and other TLD’s as well as continuing to grow the .com’s -particularly hot two-word .com’s. I’ve spent some time separating my portfolio into short and long-term investments to make sure that I don’t sell a name until I think it’s ripe.

As the year goes on I plan to incorporate my book, audio course, and other learning materials to allow Linton Investments to branch-out and also provide educational resources for those new to domaining and domain flipping.

So I’ve finally taken this to the next level. 2008 here we come! You can check-out the new website as well as current public portfolio at www.lintoninvestments.com.

Hope you are all having a great start to the new year- it’s going to be an exciting one!

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  • Robert Mira January 30, 2008, 3:32 am

    Nice parking page!!
    Do you use a parking service and share the revenue, or is this custom built and you keep all the revenue?
    Also, if you don’t mind me asking, what service do you use to host your site?

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  • Morgan Linton January 31, 2008, 6:33 am

    Thanks for the positive comments about my parking page. GeneticsNow.net is a custom-built parking page so I keep all the revenue – as I’ve said this is far more lucrative than going with a parking service.
    I’ve found that Google AdSense has a pretty good conversion rate so I get many more clicks as well as I would with a parking page.
    I host my sites using 1&1. I’ve used 1&1 for a long time now and really like their hosting service. For domain registration and management I prefer GoDaddy however as they have a much better interface for applying changes across multiple domains.
    Thanks for the comment Robert and feel free to post more questions as you have them or email me at: morgan@lintoninvestments.com.
    Best Regards,
    Morgan

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