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Creating your own domain parking page

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by Slaphappy, May 2, 2014.

  1. Slaphappy

    Slaphappy Newbie

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    Hi guys,
    Does anyone use their own domain parking page rather than going through a third party?

    I'm after some advice on how to do this in the cheapest and most effective way? What scripts do you recommend? Does adwords work or is it better to redirect via clickbank etc?

    Is there any downside to pointing all the 'parked domains' to separate pages on the one advertising site?

    Appreciate any advice from anyone who has good strategy that works with this,
    thanks,
    Todd
     
  2. D.A. Mokes

    D.A. Mokes Junior Member

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    I wanted to park my own domains too. A while back I bought this script: http://www.domainzaar.com/ ... but I haven't got around to implementing it yet.
    The script says it can be used with adsense as well but I'm kind of sketched about using it for that.

    I hope someone can answer your questions too. I am curious as well.
     
  3. albimorkal

    albimorkal Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I don't really see it but, what's the point of "parking" unless you have a super prestigious unique name (idk, crabs.com) parked that is actually generating some serious traffic? I just use third services, the domains are inactive when parked anyways.
     
  4. dugu1

    dugu1 Registered Member Premium Member

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    I think its quite hard to make money in this way. I think they already optimized parked pages designs
     
  5. luccha

    luccha Regular Member

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    You cant use adsense on parked pages unless its via third party like godaddy etc.
     
  6. dredge

    dredge Newbie

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    OP...I too would like to know more about what to do with my domain names. Being new here and to most forum interactions, is it okay to build on the question of the OP or should I start my own.

    Specifically, I'm looking for the best strategy on managing the domain names I have. Do I just forward all the domains to one site with subpages for each domain name? Should I build a separate LP for each domain name and not create links?

    By the way, maybe I'm too slow to have realized or found it, but is there a "beginners guide to what to do with our domain names", on this site?