I’ve put a lot of hard work into promoting this site and the four letter domain market over the past few months and it seems my efforts are beginning to pay off. This month has been the best the site has seen and traffic has increased beyond its original peak in February this year when four letter domains were at their strongest.
Just a quick note to say that I have added a new sidebar widget to the right of the site where I will list my 5 latest quad letter domain purchases. I hope this will give some insight into what sort of four letter domains I am interested in, what domains I think are a good investment and, overall, show that I am still very much active in this domain niche.
Firstly I would like to thank all of my readers, subscribers and those that help and support the four letter domain industry! Without you, Quad Letter Domains would probably have been long gone!
I consistently encounter people who are unsure as to what certain descriptive groups of letters mean when looking to buy four letter domains. For this reason I have put together a glossary specifically for quad letter domains. I have added it as a new ‘page’ rather than a ‘post’ so that it is easy to find in the future. You can find links to this page and all of the other pages including links and lists at the top of the site along the grey bar.
After publishing the previous article ‘Enhancements and added extras‘ the next day I had a few hours to kill and decided to check out Feedburner. I’ve never been particularly big on RSS feeds and, until this blog, didn’t really know how they worked. I stumbled across a plugin a few days ago that detects every possible way to access the sites original WordPress feeds and redirects them to my FeedBurner feed which means I can now track how many feed subscribers I have!
I’ve carried out some house keeping and added a few little extras to the site today. First stop was W3 to check on the validity of the sites code. It’s something everybody should do but never seems to get the time for. Many people’s perception is that if ‘it looks ok’ nothing more needs to be done. Not the case! Anyway, after a few minutes identifying errors and adjusting code I am now the proud owner of a ‘Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional!’ website.
Its been nearly four months since I wrote the article “PR1 - A step in the right direction!” and for some reason I decided to check some general stats about the site to kill time before I go out tonight. I was pleasantly surprised to see that Quad Letter Domains now has a Page Rank of 3! We are ‘moving on up!’
After a few weeks off, coming back to news of a new WordPress release meant, as always, another slightly reserved approach to upgrading to the latest version. However, as I have experienced before, all of my past worries have been well and truly put to rest by what I can only describe as one of the most useful admin plugin’s ever created for WordPress - Automatic Upgrade.
Firstly I would like to apologise to my readers for the distinct lack of articles I have written recently… Its been a very busy month for me coupled with some problems I’ve had with the admin back end of the site. You will probably notice that I have also taken my portfolio offline as this was causing issues with my RSS feeds not displaying correctly. I will hopefully sort this out in the near future! Anyway, I hope to get more news, articles, and resources published very soon!
Some of you may have noticed a couple of new additions to the site today. I have created two new pages including the WordPress Domain Portfolio. These can be found in the menu bar at the top, or on the right in the pages sidebar menu. Some of you may have already seen my Quad Letter portfolio sites in the past but I have wanted to merge everything into one easily manageable database for some time. I will be listing more domains that are available for sale in the new Portfolio section when I get the chance to upload them.