How Keyword Research Helps Me Buy Domain Names
I hate online advertising that gets in the way of my work. This includes page takeovers, fly-ins, pop ups and pop unders. I don’t think much can be done about page takeovers or fly-ins since the website is responsible for that annoyance, and you can’t really stop them since they’re tied in with the site. However, you can stop pop ups with pre-installed browser programs.
While doing some online research today, I noticed a NetFlix pop under had appeared on my screen. Apparently the pop up blocker doesn’t help with a pop under. I wondered whether there was a program that could stop pop unders, and then I wondered whether someone had registered PopUnderStopper.com. Surprisingly, nobody had registered it. I wondered whether I should grab it and thought about whether anyone looks for “pop under stoppers.”
After doing some research, I found that nobody looks for “pop under stoppers” – but instead, searchers are looking for a “pop under blocker” or “pop under blockers.” I quickly did a Whois check, and strangely enough PopUnderBlocker.net was taken, but PopUnderBlocker.com was available, as was the plural. I don’t know whether these domain names will be worth a lot of money, but the more pop unders that appear, the more likely it is that people will be searching for a pop under blocker – not a stopper – and I have the domain name.
I also got PopUnderStopper.com just in case.
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