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Francois shifts the domaining focus

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French soccer fans.

The French prefer it on the right; Francois shifts the paradigm.

French domain entrepreneur, Francois, has shifted the Domaining focus today, with a repositioning of domain blog content.

“Many time I think, why British drive on left and in Paris bad drivers too. So I move ads left and domain blogs right, like British, for redesign!” exclaimed Francois.

In a world that is used to having their browser window’s scroll bar on the right, the move might prove to be a bit less rewarding for the advertisers, which might end up receiving fewer clicks.

“I worry no for clicks, testing is production of revenue” added Francois, before heading out to negotiate some domain sales on eCOP. “I believe France smart drive on right, but we’ll see, absolument.”

The new layout will remain in place until Francois gets tired of it.


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3 Responses to “Francois shifts the domaining focus”
  1. Uzoma says:

    The suggestion to move left was made by domain king, Schwartz.

    “Rick Schwartz

    btw, ads on the left looks good and will draw more attention to the advertisers”

    see http://www.ricksblog.com/my_weblog/2013/01/its-noon-and-i-am-already-on-page-3-on-domainingcom.html

  2. Francois says:

    It’s a cheap redesign, just a two columns inversion, but enough to give a fresh and unusual aspect to domaining.com. Now I can focus my time on my others developments with the satisfaction to have redesigned this site just spending a minute;-)

  3. DomainGang says:

    Uzoma – That was not a suggestion, it was an observation. I predict a drop in the clicks, because people click on what’s on the ‘right’ – unless they live in countries such as Israel or Arab countries that use right to left writing.

    Francois – If ‘unusual’ is what you’re looking for, put the ads at the bottom 😀

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