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Any domain parking company that allow arbitrage?

NameSilo
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Lol, so I own a company that does some of this and it is not something you can just get into. You have to have to have a relationship with Bing/Yahoo or you have to be IAC or Forbes. It is a game of trust because you are required to deliver just as good of traffic as search organic traffic or you get heavily discounted. Oh and you need a ton of cash to deal with testing as well as long payment terms. There are much easier ways to make money online. Good luck all and I will not be following up on my post. ;)
 

Pankaj Mandloi

Established Member
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Lol, so I own a company that does some of this and it is not something you can just get into. You have to have to have a relationship with Bing/Yahoo or you have to be IAC or Forbes. It is a game of trust because you are required to deliver just as good of traffic as search organic traffic or you get heavily discounted. Oh and you need a ton of cash to deal with testing as well as long payment terms. There are much easier ways to make money online. Good luck all and I will not be following up on my post. ;)
can you tell me which traffic source you use?
 
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Interesting topic.

I have seen arbitrage from Native plataforms (as Taboola) landing in a lot of different domains parked at ParkingCrew.

Do they allow it? Taboola does. But does ParkingCrew? They do not mention that in their FAQ but:

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So, that theorically means they do NOT accept paid traffic. However you can see many domains getting native ads traffic and they have been doing that for at least a couple of years.

So? Anyone has tried?

thx
 

TheGameChanger

New Member
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I don't know why some people just like to discourage others although they don't know s*** about something.
It is clear! since A LOT of marketers are running these kinda ads on Native ad networks = they are profitable.
The only thing that is missing is "how", if you know and would like to share, we'll be thankful. If you don't, please don't interrupt.
 

frank-germany

domainer since 2001 / musician
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redirect.com won't have issues with arbitrage
but you will

I don't know why some people just like to discourage others although they don't know s*** about something.
It is clear! since A LOT of marketers are running these kinda ads on Native ad networks = they are profitable.
The only thing that is missing is "how", if you know and would like to share, we'll be thankful. If you don't, please don't interrupt.


welcome to the forum
I'm sure you will make a lot of new friends here
 
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I got this mail from Bodis.com
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Thank you for contacting us. I've just taken a look at your Bodis account and I'm afraid it appears to have been flagged recently after your domain names received a large spike in low quality arbitrage traffic. It is against our Terms of Service for you to refer arbitrage traffic to our ads.

We regret to inform you that your Bodis account has now been closed and any earnings generated as a result of these low quality ad clicks will need to be withheld.

Unfortunately we will be unable to continue to support your domain names moving forward.
 

frank-germany

domainer since 2001 / musician
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14,100
I don't know why some people just like to discourage others although they don't know s*** about something.
It is clear! since A LOT of marketers are running these kinda ads on Native ad networks = they are profitable.
The only thing that is missing is "how", if you know and would like to share, we'll be thankful. If you don't, please don't interrupt.
IF somebody does it profitably
be sure he/she won't tell you
 
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