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Undeveloped parking

Labeled as question in Domain Parking and Traffic Monetization started by YairDD, Sep 18, 2018.

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  1. YairDD

    YairDD Established Member

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    Hey,

    I hand registered a domain yesterday and parked it on Undeveloped, I now went to my dashboard there and saw that there are 4 views already, and I was in shock tbh. I thought there won't be any views, Is it a good sign? or is it normal?
    Just wondering,

    Thank you.
     
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  2. Surender Singh

    Surender Singh meritjet.com

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  3. Sumeeth

    Sumeeth DomExpert VIP

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    Quite normal
     
  4. Satyajit Adhikary

    Satyajit Adhikary SatyajitAdhikary.com Gold Account VIP

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  5. ivbran

    ivbran Established Member

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    They seem to count your own visits as well :)
     
  6. YairDD

    YairDD Established Member

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    Never visited...
     
  7. Bob Hawkes

    Bob Hawkes formerly MetBob NameTalent VIP

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    By itself probably not that significant but if continues at that rate is more visits than many and a good sign. Although reslly offers not visits count. You do realize most domains can't be transferred for 60 days after registration and have made that clear on your listing?
     
  8. YairDD

    YairDD Established Member

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    I know, but it can still be transferred to another GoDaddy account ( the domain is on Godaddy )
     
  9. domains21

    domains21 Established Member

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    When using Analytics, a good indicator that your visitors are human and not bots is to look at the 'Avg. Session Duration' and (under Behaviour block) 'Avg. Time on Page' fields. If this is more than 0 then chances are it's someone who actually looked at the page itself rather than a (spam)bot crawling.
     
    Last edited: Sep 18, 2018
  10. ajenipa

    ajenipa Established Member

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    i've had a BIN sale where the avg session n average time on page was 0. i think it will record time only when more time (> 15 sec) is spent on a page.
     
  11. domains21

    domains21 Established Member

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    I normally would've attributed that to the user using an ad blocker or something like ghostery but after reading up on this a bit more after what you've said, I see that it's not a case of just counting from when the user hits. It needs a second hit on your pages to have another count to compare to, therein giving you a session duration.

    @MetBob, looks like I may be wrong with what I said.
     
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  12. GetBigDomains

    GetBigDomains GetBigDomains.com

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    Can they be pushed within that time (I only have 2, if so which registrars? Godaddy? NameSilo? Dynadot?
     
  13. Bob Hawkes

    Bob Hawkes formerly MetBob NameTalent VIP

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    Normally they can be pushed to another user at that registrar within the 60 day period. That certainly applies at the registrars you list for at least the vast majority of extensions. The 60 day lock was essentially introduced to prevent a string of rapid moves to hide the ownership trail. Within a registrar they know the identities of both parties in the push.
     

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