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Decline in domain parking earning due to Coronavirus

Located in Domain Parking and Traffic Monetization, started by globalcashsite, Mar 24, 2020

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  1. globalcashsite

    globalcashsite Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I have noticed decline in earning of finance related domains since few days. It looks financial institutions are not spending money on advertisement or these institutions have reduced their marketing budget due to Coronavirus.

    Advertisers know that people are in their homes, business is shutdown so nobody will start new business.

    So what I am thinking is people are in their homes and playing with google, searching and clicking ads but not seriously interested in products like they are in normal days. Due to this useless search activity advertiser's budget is spent without getting new customers and this might be the reason why financial institutions reduced their marketing budget or paused their marketing campaigns.

    I have noticed confirmed decline in earning of finance related domains.

    GCS
     
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  2. ramkumaritrvs

    ramkumaritrvs Happiest man in the world PRO VIP

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    +1.

    less traffic & low earnings for me as well.
     
  3. karmaco

    karmaco Top Contributor VIP

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    Aren’t parking earnings negligible unless you have best of the best dictionary words anyways?
     
  4. lock

    lock FREE.MARKETING VIP

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    More people on the net not surfing business is all porn business is making gains.
     

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