Discussion in 'Domain Parking and Traffic Monetization' started by sharehare, Feb 18, 2013.
I guess it isn't cheap to acquire a name that gets you 500/m parking.
Actually not. I'm a SEO domainer and dont give a damn on the word match etc. I'm dealing only with drops that have good backlinks and thus SEO metrics.
yes I know. that was the 2nd option I listed.
but again.. NOT handregs. cheers.
I am sure its relatibvely easy to find good park revenue doamins on aftermarket.
Actually almost a 100 VR related domains with very minimal revenue, almost none!
true. I was just making point new domainers iwth no knowledge of what you just mentioned, ending up with with mostly or all handregs, have practically no hope of making parking money today. cheers.
I have 30 donains and 0 income...
I make $5 - $15 per month off of 150ish domains. In the past I've used Voodoo and ParkingCrew, but currently only use DomainNameSales. I would love to be one of those guys that make $1K + from parked domains, but I'm pretty sure they have thousands of domains parked to generate that type of revenue.
what is a domain that averages over 1 dollar a day parked worth?
With clean traffic & good history a gTLD should fetch 250$ - 400$
Practically 0. All my domains but 1 are on inquiry forms.
And that's about all I have to say about parking revenue.
I've read this thread and your results are amazing! I can't believe in this earing!
xxx per month, 1 / 2 $ per day per domain! Amazing! How is it possible?
My results in 2 months parking for 100 domains?
REVENUE: 0.25$ (in 2 months!!!!!!)
I'm sad... Parking is very very sad.
I must to develop all of them, I can't earn 0.XX bucks in 2 months
Don't worry too much these results are pretty typical. Most of the guys who earn $$$ have mined names specifically for their parking metrics. Concentrate on re-selling your domains instead and if you want to earn parking you'll have to learn how to find dropping names with good backlinks and CPC.
Thank you very much for your feedback!
Ten years ago..was prime earnings
$365 USD per year
Hey its a wonderdul thread.. I have two queations
1. Whatbisbrole of backlinks in Parkinf revenue
2. If I found a domain which is a Chinese dropped name qith thousands of backlinks, so is there any Chinese parking company to monetize those domains??
Up to $2xx monthly in the past...
Up to $100 monthly as of today...
Such spam-domains don't generate any significant revenue... Forget about them.
And even normal human CN-traffic is very very cheap.
$ 2. In 1 year.
Sorry.. we talk monthly, $ 0.15 per month.
Finally, after 1 year of parking I can buy a coffee at bar!!
This has to be a scam
You have to own the right domains, and keywords, there are many domains that earn hundreds per year in PPC still.
I have some stats up for one of my domains, you guys can review:
the bible does say that " money is the root of all evil " , or something like that .
Depends on the buyer and where the traffic is coming from.
Almost without exception, the best way to get money from a domain name that you've registered through any registrar is NOT to park it. My personal opinion is that parking a domain is throwing potential revenue away. Unless your keywords and domain name are out of this world, you probably won't make enough to even cover your annual registration fees. The exception is if you find a domain name that has a high pay-per-click value. That's more than I can cover here.
Instead, develop a small website (usually referred to as a mini-site) where you can control content, branding, advertisements or paid links -- and overall quality. A mini-site might be 3-5 pages long. Some advertisers (e.g., Google Adsense) do not permit one-page sites when using their ads. Read the T's & C's of the ad provider. You can also use the site to sell the domain name!
Develop expertise in using the Google Keyword Planner. (It has replaced what was called the Google Adwords Keyword Tool).
Back to your mini-site... The better the quality, the more traffic. The more traffic, the more Pay Per Click (PPC) revenue. Even limited traffic can provide substantial click-through revenue on rare keywords. Just make sure that the keywords are drawing at least 1,000 views a month.
Do as much as you can do by yourself, while recognizing your limitations. Be sure to write out your expectations/ requirements/ specs/ goals for the site. If you are not a web designer, either use a templating engine like WordPress, or purchase a web designer by the job.
Contract a graphic designer for a simple but professional logo. Buy some inexpensive stock photography. Use a content provider to write your text, incorporating 3-5 keywords for your page (check out TextBroker as example).
Hire an SEO specialist to ensure you get front-page search-engine traffic. Hire talent to do a welcome video.
You might spend as little as $200-$500 or as much as $8,000-$10,000 on such a site, but if you put some of your own elbow grease into it, your annual payback could be very good. If you have a domain that is worth $10, it may not pay to sink a fortune into it. But if the domain has a valuation of $10,000, sinking another $5-10,000 into a well-performing site could produce some nice ongoing revenue. Keep in mind that you're also increasing the domain name value at the same time you're improving your PPC revenue.
There are a bunch of micro-production sites where you can have folks bid on your job. The most well known of these is fiverr . com, where you can get a variety of services at a price that you specify. Once you find a great contractor, don't let them go. Keep them busy!
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