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Monetize facebook typo domain with high traffic.

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by Nestork, Aug 7, 2014.

  1. Nestork

    Nestork Newbie

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    Hello everyone. I have a typo domain of facebook with high traffic, specially from Spain, southamerica and spanish from USA. How would you monetize it? In parking it has a very low ctr.
    Any converting cpa offer to make money with this domain?.

    Thanks
     
  2. Misha

    Misha Newbie

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    One option.
    Go to Clickbank's marketplace and search for Spain/Spanish.
    Filter results according to popularity/gravity, and look for products with Spanish sales pages.
    Test out different products and compare the CTRs. Success!
     
  3. iPinner

    iPinner Senior Member Premium Member

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    I suggest to create a fake FB landing page and add content locker per login action. Once the user will add his login details and press login, content locker with CPA offers should appear. For example: we've suspected some bad activity on your profile. Please fill the survey to make sure you're not a bot.
     
  4. Nestork

    Nestork Newbie

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    I guess will be difficult to convert into sales this traffic, but will try. Thanks Misha
     
  5. goodtimes

    goodtimes Power Member

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    You can find a Facebook related CPA offer and redirect there. Or even better design a landing page and then send them to the offer.

    I would also add a redirection based on geolocation so you can promote country specific CPA offers. Be sure you're not promoting USA only offers in Spain or something similar as you will lose the commissions.
     
  6. HostKnight

    HostKnight Registered Member

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    Make sure to get a offshore host for this Facebook will send DMCA/Trademark complaints.