Handling multiple domains selling the same products and copyright concern.

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Greetings everyone,

I hope you are doing extremely great in everything you do.

I really need your opinions, suggestions, and recommendations on this. I hope I am not asking that much.


I'll need your opinion on this based on your experience. I am selling multimeters and display kits and they are very specialized. And with this brand, Fluke, being the most popular, it's a big business.

So, I have these display kits that are on flukerepairkit.com and now dmmparts.com. I also own displayrepairkit.com and lcdrepairkit.com.

Flukerepairkit is proprietary because of Fluke. they haven't contacted me yet, and other sites use fluke in their domain, but I'm preparing just in case, so I was intending to move away from advertising the flukerepairkit domain and have displayrepairkit.com point to it. I may consult a lawyer about this as well.

With all of this in mind, I wanted to treat each site as a "different company" and then test the market on price points. Example have different sales offers on the pages.

I wanted flukerepairkit.com (same as displayrepairkit.com), and lcdrepairkit.com to only focus on display kits. and I wanted dmmparts.com to focus on new and used multimeter parts that also offers dislpay kits.

What's the best way to handle this in your opinion? I should note that I prefer displayrepairkit.com to have some value other than a forward to flukerepairkit.

I guess advertise displayrepairkit and rely on type in traffic? your thoughts?

What do you think?

Thanks for your time for at least reading my thread.

Your input will surely be appreciated.


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