A few people have asked today – and the answer is yes, my blog has a new header. I didn’t think the old header was utilizing its space as well as possible, and the new header allowed me to easily add two new sections – a Domain Names for Sale section and an Expiring Domain Names section, which are both self-explanatory.
I haven’t decided whether I am going to accept outside submissions for the sale section yet. As I’ve mentioned before, I don’t like brokering domain names for others and only do so on rare occasions. If the demand is there, I may begin accepting domain name listings.
My designer was able to make a couple of enhancements to the structure of the blog as well, which will help with search engine optimization (I hope). Literally a half hour after he made a couple of changes to the site structure, I received a Google Alert with about 10 posts that had just been indexed from months ago. I don’t know if it was coincidental or if the change had anything to do with the indexing, but either way, it is going to help in the long-run.
As always, if you have any suggestions, please drop me a note and I will see what I can do.
I like the style of it,
1 thing is i think the post/s are to close to the header, maybee add a banner, or something (not the best place for an advertisement) but just something to break it up a little,
My small opinion, other than that it’s great.
The new header looks great! Nice work.
Nice improvement Elliot! It’s the little things that can make a big difference.
I like it, nice job.
Nice use of the header space!
Can I ask for more detail regarding receiving Google Alerts that new pages had been indexed? Is that with Google webmaster tools?
I have them set for my blog and keywords related to my websites.
The worcester.com link on your available names actually links to a sale of worcester.org