Staying in touch with the customer is an integral part of any business that wants to not just grow but as well understand its audience and their struggle. Odys Global is known to try and keep the connection with every single person that gets in touch with them. The company does a great deal of helping buying members in setting up their sites on our aged domains, tuning the backlinks up, and making sure that all the redirects work well among other things. If you visit Odys Global’s blog, you will notice quite a few success stories, too.
You can say that the company is always eager to share these stories with a broader audience. They are always about the people, who gave Odys a chance, and the benefit they got exceeded their expectations by far.
Meet Jamie, Yusuke, and Ben – three online entrepreneurs, who decided to give Odys domains a go. And they weren’t disappointed – quite the contrary.
Story #1: An SEM Agency Built Its Brand Using an Aged Domain
James is the founder of Straight Up Search, a search marketing agency with six employees and 15 clients in the UK. As he searched for any brandable websites that would enhance his business, he discovered the Odys Marketplace.
The most appealing aspect of Odys had to be the quality and variety of domains on offer. When Jamie found a brandable domain that matched his search criteria, he purchased it, which turned out to be an excellent investment for his brand.
Jamie strongly believes that this is a pretty strong case for building an SEO-driven site on an aged domain. The domain is treated very favourably by Google, even in its early days.
For now, Jamie is basically trying to push the site as far as he can and get it ranked properly for the targeted keywords. He’s really looking forward to building out the client base and developing a strong portfolio of sites. Read this post for more information about his case study.
Story #2: Using the Power of Aged Domains to Build a Website
Yusuke Kohara has been doing SEO for around 7 years and runs a couple of niche websites as a side hustle. Through the SEO community, he discovered Odys and decided to give it a try, buying the first aged domain.
On top of that, he trusted Odys and followed their advice regarding rebuilding the old pages of the domain and implementing their recommendations regarding monetization. After that, he just kept publishing lots of content consistently. Now, his website gets around 2,000 daily visitors and makes over $8000 a month.
Aged domains saved him a lot of money he would have had to spend on link building: “Did I ever build a link?”. No, I did not. I just used the power of Odys’s domain with high quality, high authority, and niche relevant backlinks profiles to outrank my competitors!”
His story clearly shows that Odys domains are profitable investments. Read more details here.
Story #3: Selling a Website Built on an Aged Domain for $100K
From early on, Ben realized that starting with a new domain was extremely hard and it would take too long to grow. “Starting on a new domain is actually setting yourself up to fail” he said. This was when he discovered Odys and that’s how his story started.
“When I bought my first domain, I was inexperienced and didn’t know what I was doing. I initially thought the domain was bad. The CEO of Odys, Alex Drew, told me, ‘No it’s not, you need to do this instead.’ I bothered the heck out of him with newbie style questions and still no matter how many questions I asked, Odys was always there to guide me. This domain is now my most profitable one.”
After buying from Odys, Ben realized that scaling his websites took 25% of the time that it would have taken him to do so with a brand new domain. So he started expanding his business. “Right now, I have 18 or 19 people working for me. 5 of them are full time. It takes a lot of work.”
He said that he was still getting started and about to buy many more domains in the future.
“I actually sold my business on my birthday. January 26th. It’s funny too, well actually insanely wreckless, I quit my job I had on the same day I sold my website. But I actually quit before knowing my business would ever even sell. Four hours after I got off work, i had a voicemail saying my site had sold at full list price of $103k”
As they put it at Odys Global, their domains mean business. This is a bold statement and the stories described above show that it’s true. The Odys Marketplace is full of brandable, premium aged domains in who-knows-how-many niches. And they sell like hotcakes.
Request access to the marketplace to browse Odys Global’s aged domain inventory.