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Investing in .TV domain name (Part2/2)

This is the 2nd part of Investing in .TV Domain Name article. If you haven't read the 1st part yet, I highly recommend that you read it first so you can see the potential value of .TV domain extension.

I will introduce some tools that you can use for your .TV domain names if you don't have the time to develop it. The solution I will discuss here is just another way to maximize the revenue of your .TV portfolio.

Use a FREE service to make money for your .TV portfolio.

Tool #1 Magnify.net. The service is FREE and easy to customize. We have some GEO .TV domain names that are using Magnify.net to share, upload and watch video/photos. For some live .TV websites, see examples below:

  • http://www.belgium.tv/ - this automatically search the internet using the keyword(s) that I've assigned during setup. You can schedule the search every 3 days or 5 days or 7 days.
  • http://www.jersey.tv/ - similar approach with Belgium.TV but this search more cities in New Jersey and New York. So the content is huge.
  • http://www.fairfax.tv/ - is basically concentrated in Fairfax, Virginia to support our local community to upload and watch local video found in many video hosting services.

Not only for GEO .TV domain names, here are some examples that I used Magnify.net service:

To get your own Video Social Networking tool, go check it out http://www.magnify.net/.

Tool #2 http://www.mogulus.com/. This is my favorite tool for my .TV domain. I currently use this for http://www.station.tv/ to broadcast my own live music.

Did I mention that these services are free to use? If I havent, yes they are free to use.

Tool #3 http://www.justin.tv/. Yes this is broadcasting service now, check out the how to broadcasting guide to start your own.

Tool #4 Mobile Video services such as kyte.tv, qik.com and flixwagon.com

Tool #5 WorldTV.com provide free online video tool. For example, visit http://www.worldtv.com/usa to watch video online.

Tool #6 TravelGuide.TV provide free video that you can embed to your existing website. The video is done by professional videographer and the voice over is so sexy. Thanks to shocko at namepros for introducing this service. See this in action, visit www.FairfaxCity.com website or www.Cityware.com Travel Resource.

HOW YOU CAN MAKE MONEY USING THESE TOOLS?

I can use my adsense code to show ads relevant to my video website. For Magnify.net, this is a shared profit ads though you can use other markerting approach to maximize your revenue. For example in http://www.michigan.tv/ website, I've used adsense and linkshare affiliate to provide ads around the video. I can also accept direct ad space from local customers, we can put this to the header, footer, side and middle area of the website.

Using Mogulus tool is very enjoying, easy to deploy and it's a complete studio solution. I can mix music video (as shown in http://www.station.tv/) of my own, using Youtube search results or allow other producer to broadcast with our http://www.station.tv/ broadcast. Sounds good ha! Well, take a peek at http://www.station.tv/ and enjoy our music. If you would like to hear other music, just drop as a note.

Added to adsense, I can use the ticker ad to show advertisement accepting monthly recurring payment to show their website to my avid listener. This is through Internet no boundaries, wide audiences.

Well, that's for now. I hope this help you follow your dream in media, entertainment or other related broadcasting business.

This trend will help you find out the most active .TLD domain name extension and history. http://www.google.com/trends?q=.tv%2C.biz%2C.name%2C.cc%2C.mobi

Best regards,
Emil @KING.NET

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