How to Profit from Death and Bad News

It’s a mortal sin to be happy when something bad happens to our neighbors. It’s not kind to laugh at somebody else’s misfortunes even if it happens to our enemies. But with the advent of domain names and the world of online business, people would have something new to be happy about bad news and deaths. Today, a lot of people are profiting from bad news on television and newspapers including the deaths of important people. This is not to say that those who are in online business are happy about the happenings of such events. It’s just that it gives people a positive outlook about the things they see in televisions and newspapers. Every day, as we open our television or our radio, all we hear around us is bad news. These events are inevitable and since this is unavoidable, why not use these to profit and turn a negative thing to a positive one.

Making money out of bad news is really simple. You can start by grabbing today’s newspaper or by browsing the internet for the latest news both in the local and international scene. Remember that the more controversial, mind-boggling, disturbing and popular the news is, the better it is. What you’re going to do with this news is to use it for your domain names. Choose wisely the domain names you’re going to make. People would click on your web sites especially if you feature a grotesque event. In this way, you can profit every time someone clicks on your web sites.

An example was the death of Pope John Paul II. People with websites regarding his life, death, and any topic related to the late pope are the most clicked and visited sites during the time of his death. Topics about choosing the next pope, the names that the new pope can choose, the candidates for the papacy, duties of the pope, and the tradition and ritual of Pope John Paul II’s wake were also highly popular. Each website owner who has stuff related to the papacy’s sites gets richer every time someone reads or goes to his website. In this event, it is very strategic to choose only the domain names closely related to what people may type in their search engine.

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