Special Offers from eDirectory

eDirectoryI know a number of people that either use eDirectory on their websites or have considered using eDirectory, and I wanted to let you know about a special offer I just received in case you are thinking about using them in the future. I am not being paid or compensated to post this (nor have I even been asked to do it), but I know that the cost has been one primary reason why some people have been reluctant to use the products, and these special offers may be beneficial to people who read my blog:

The following three offers are valid during November and December. There may be some exceptions and exemptions, that I am unaware of, so you should email Owen Zhu with questions.

– 20% discount off your purchase
– Free 30 minute private business consultation with our Marketing Director, Jared Elder
– Code: November2009 (Expires November 20th, 2009)

December Part I
– 15% discount off your purchase
– Free 23 page, “How to Monetize your Directory” booklet. $400 value.
– Code: December2009 (Expires December 10th, 2009)

December Part II
– 10% discount off your purchase
– Code: December10 (Expires December 31st, 2009)

Elliot Silver
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    • @ Joel

      I have heard good things about them, but found their prices to be expensive. I was going to use it on Burbank.com, but coincidentally a local competitor started using them, so I didn’t pursue it further.

  1. Hi Elliot,

    Read your blog on a regular basis and it is very informative keep up the good work!
    I have a question regarding geo names, do many domain investors registar say for instance amsterdam.de for the sake of flipping it.
    Been doing this for two years starting to see a little light at the end of the tunnel. Lot to learn.

    Best wishes,
    Dick St Cyr

    • @ Dick

      Thanks 🙂

      I am not too familiar with city ccTLD domain names, although I don’t think it would make much sense to own a city domain in another country code. Perhaps Philadelphia.us would work, but not TelAviv.us.

      I don’t think I would spend the time and effort developing a non .com, but I guess I might if the name was superior.

  2. Thats so funny you write this post as I’m talking to John Yoo from eDirectory and he is walking me thru the site. We met eDirectory 3 weeks ago a t SMX NY at the Jacob Javits center and I like what they have to say. Funny how John didnt mention the discount. But I will be purchasing the system for my local city directory RockvilleCentre.com and get the 20%.

    Thanks for the head EB

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