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Best company for domain parking?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by elocin, Feb 19, 2011.

  1. elocin

    elocin Regular Member

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    i recently went on a domain splurge. Picked up around 15 expired ones. Some from 1999. Some two word's. :) And although IM and SEO guys give .info or .us domain tld's no respect I picked a few good ones like bill-clinton .info, bill-gates .info, suck-dick .info PornographyTalk .com Tons more. Both expired and major keyword .info's.

    Have around 75 +/- domains im doing wit ATM.....

    I dont just throw anything on a domain name. The site has to look decent me... With that said I dont have time to design 75 or so sites... I'm looking to experiment with domain parking until I get time to develop them all. My question is..... Which company is the best?

    namedrive.com
    sedo.com
    godaddy.
    activeaudience.com
    trafficz.com
    Domainsponsor.com
    smartname.com
    ddc.com
    dotzup.com
    Hitfarm.com
    hotkeys.com
    goggle.com

    Also, looking for possible JV's.
     
  2. fiesta

    fiesta Junior Member

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    sedo is popular, seen quite a bit of high traffic domains parked there
     
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  3. ronywilliam

    ronywilliam Senior Member

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    very frankly if you have domains parked i would recommend setting up automated content sources on them. It would hardly cost any money developing them and added to that the revenues are a lot more this way than parking. Rest its your call thats just what i believe.
     
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    hipromet Regular Member

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    If you park a domain, how you setup automated content for that domain?

    I know I can add automated content if I host my self with wordpress. Not sure how that will work with parking domain?
     
  5. dan777

    dan777 Junior Member

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    This info will be very interesting to a lot of people here.
    Hope somebody will answer.
     
  6. OzGold

    OzGold Registered Member

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    If you set up some sort of automated content then it's not really parked. Traditional parking just means full of ads and not really anything else.

    Pros: 2 seconds to set up, highest CTR, no hosting charges
    Cons: unlikely to be indexed, parking co. takes a cut

    Namedrive have been the best for me so far (they use a Google feed rather than Yahoo).

    Be careful going for half-way houses like Why Park etc... I have heard of domains getting deindexed there and never returning even when fully developed years later.

    I guess G is OK with parking... won't index, understands it's just a temporary measure and will index pretty quickly once you develop. However maybe G thinks by using aut-generated content etc you're trying to trick it into thinking it's a proper site so applies a pretty tough penalty.