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what types of domains earn more parking revenue?

Labeled as question in Domain Parking and Traffic Monetization, started by omelet, Jul 9, 2016

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  1. omelet

    omelet Top Contributor VIP

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    Hi I have around 1000 names, when I park them with parkingcrew, I see the revenue was really small, around several cent per day.

    One of my friends said his revenue / month can achieve 7000 USD. I wonder that makes the difference?

    I noticed most of my names are not preferred searching names. SO if I registered some new names, such as:

    xxxcitycriminallawyer.com
    xxcity-auto-insurance.com
    etc

    Will that help to gain the parking revenue? I saw some dropped/ deleted names with these terms such as "lawyer" "legal" "insurance" "injure" etc. And their CPC can be high like 600USD

    Again, what does CPC mean? If I register more names with better CPC value, does that help?


    thank you
     
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  2. Kate

    Kate Domainosaurus Rex VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Names are like these are not going to get any type-in. Only backlinks if they have history.
    So newly-registered domain with no history will get visit from the bots only.
    Qualified human traffic will not materialize out of the nil.
     
  3. catchmesleeping

    catchmesleeping Established Member

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    Examples of names that will get parking:
    - the COM of a name where another extension is a popular website - ex mycoolsite.net is a popular blog - and you register mycoolsite.com
    - websites that were previously developed (this traffic usually tails off after a year or two)
    - short words in .COM
    - medium length words with high search volume, in .COM
    - typos of popular brands / websites (kind of dangerous to play here)

    Also - in terms of portfolio management - review the parking revenue of every name before renewal. Any name that didn't earn back it's renewal cost, drop (unless it has other premium value). Follow this strategy, and in a few years, you'll have a money earning asset :)
     
  4. Brandingtheweb.com

    Brandingtheweb.com 123Capital.com VIP

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    As for your question "what does cpc mean?"
    It means cost per click. It's a ppc term used in online advertising.
    As for $600 click, not going to happen. You'd be lucky to get a $6 click. Maybe somebody else knows differently from their experience.
     
    Last edited: Jul 12, 2016
  5. decades80

    decades80 Top Contributor VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    The clicks with CPC 600 USD and higher "happen" but not frequently. Usually those are keywords with a couple of tens of searches per month on Google for exact phrase. So getting those is quite comparable to winning a lottery. I estimate 99.9 percent of clicks on a parked page are below 1 USD per click.
     
  6. AMAN13

    AMAN13 Restricted (Market)

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    The domain s which gets traffic :)
     
  7. baseballworld

    baseballworld Restricted (Market)

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    Its not traffic that gets clicks and make revenue with parked domains it's quality traffic. Someones interested in a topic there less likely for instance to click a link that's off due to keywords and such where as someone who see that exact thing there looking for as a link or came there to see the product they are more likely to click it.
     
  8. vjyong

    vjyong Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    Earn money for parking or earn money from parking ,this is a problem.
     

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