Labeled as question in Domain Parking and Traffic Monetization started by Dimitar Nestorov, May 10, 2018.
Google Chrome refuses to visit the new .app domains without https
Undeveloped.com, Flippa both are good to try
Undeveloped doesn't support https. Flippa is behind a paywall can't tell.
Every SSL-certificate is bound to certain domain.
I don't see how this can be implemented by parking companies... because they must set up the separate SSL-certificate on their webservers per each domain...
LetsEncrypt, it's 100% automatable. Also Comodo have their variant of LetsEncrypt.
Then contact ParkingCrew and Bodis with your suggestion...
As of today - I don't know any parking company with autogeneration of SSL-certificates on their servers.
The only one solution today - URL forwarding to another destination...
But don't try to forward your .app domain to another parked domain - in terms of monetization this is prohibited by Google and will be banned.
Are you saying that you can't parking .app domains?
Just curious because I don't own any .app
It's not that you can't. But only certain browsers will be able to visit the website (Safari, Edge, Firefox ESR, and Chrome on iOS as far as I know)
Yes, .app can't be parked for monetization (because this doesn't work technically, lack of SSL using parking companies).
Firefox doesn't allow by default. I use FF...
Only if you will add the required domain into Exceptions list.
Firefox ESR: mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/organizations/ (sorry can't post links yet)
ESR versions are usually very outdated...
I also under Linux and FF 61...
There will not be any parking companies that support SSL. Let's encrypt is a great idea, but you have to load every certificate on every box. Let's say you have 30 servers and 2,000,000 domains. Do you know how long apache or nginx would take to reload when a new cert is added?
We looked into it and tried. It's not worth it.
Undeveloped has a forced https option, I use it.
If the parked page is a part of the parking service domain (like Undeveloped does) then this should be doable, no?
I'm no web guru so feel free to tell me to jump out a window.
undeveloped.com uses a redirection option to undeveloped.com for your domain.
It doesn't get it's own ssl cert.
I have regged 1 .app for $12 at 1and1 just to test it...
Then activated SSL-certificate per this domain and URL forwarding to Epik marketplace listing... because .app is unsupported on Sedo at all (invalid domain).
And it works as expected...
You can redirect a .app domain, but you can't redirect to a different domain that is parked somewhere. That they won't like.
Yes, traditional monetization is impossible with .app - this is already discussed above.
We can only redirect to various listings...
Who wants monetization...
I see the only one way... ZeroClick at redirect.com - they allow plain forwarding from the one domain to another.
1. Add Non-.app domain into your account and set nameservers:
2. At your .app registrar - enable/configure SSL-cert and redirect .app domain to Non-.app domain.
have ever got a meaningful compensation there?
Yes, few years ago revenue was good, I had up to $300 monthly.
a few years ago
I mean nowadays
Separate names with a comma.