Bill Hartzer

Oklahoma Tornado Relief: Domain Name and SEO Services Charity Auction

From the combined efforts of Domain Boardroom (of which I am a proud member),, and myself, along with my buddy Elliot, victims of recent Oklahoma Tornado tragedy will benefit from money raised during an online auction. Several prominent members of Domain Boardroom have donated several very good domain names, has graciously donated their services, and I have decided to provide a full Search Engine Optimization Audit, as well.

In an effort to raise funds for the victims, Domain Boardroom and its members are sponsoring an auction on Elliot’s Domain Investing blog, and ALL proceeds will go to the American Red Cross’ Oklahoma City chapter, which is helping victims. Domain Boardroom members have donated domain names, gift certificates, and services towards this effort. (Big thanks to Donna Mahony for organizing this).

Here’s how the auction works:

Bidding for each auction lot will have a starting bid of $10, and bid increments will be $10. There are no reserve prices other than the minimum bid. Auctions will end on Friday, May 24 at 5pm EDT. At that point, the highest bid for each item will be deemed the winner.

You must go to this post here in order to bid by commenting on the post. To bid, post a comment on the post with your bid amount. You must use a valid email address, and if you are the winner, that email address will be used to start escrow.

I am really hoping that the price for the SEO audit goes high–I’ll be putting my full efforts into this SEO Audit, and the winner will definitely get their money’s worth this time. An SEO Audit of your website includes analyzing the website in depth (looking at all on-page as well as off-page factors), as well as looking at the website’s overall industry and competition. An SEO Audit typically includes all the recommendations for fixes on the site and recommendations going forward—-all based on the goals for the website that website owner provides.

Happy Bidding! Let’s raise a lot of money for the victims of the recent Oklahoma tornado tragedy.

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