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Supposed this is working: FB + Domain parking

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by MeisMJ², Dec 5, 2011.

  1. MeisMJ²

    MeisMJ² Regular Member

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    Need a quick opinion and/or know whether someone here is doing this already? Thought it was a nice method :) ...

    So there's a facebook 'community' that makes posting funny photos its main goal. These are images that are easily been shared, as sometimes they'll point to the profile picture in top left and tell something cool about them (eg: 'This guy is the reason Santa has a naughtly list', you get the picture...drum roll).

    Anyways, the community page refers them to a parked domain, with relevant links all over it, which is a .com with the same name as the community. And yes, the community is still very active.

    Basicly, the website looks like a real (but ugly) homepage for a website about funny pictures at first glance. People are tempted to find more funny pictures, as they are still enjoying from the last funny post. They click links and owner gets ^$$$ ... Facebook traffic is easy traffic as their are happy to click about anything. I think this method is solid, so decided to share, together with previous questions.

    Oh yes, the 'community' page is (and I am NOT affiliated with them in any way, so don't click ads :p)
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    https://www.facebook.com/HilariousPics
    What does BHW think about this?
     
    Last edited: Dec 5, 2011
  2. Fuggz

    Fuggz Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I have seen a lot of large active fanpages that are linked to a website that sell for pretty good $$$. There are usually some on Flippa as well actually from time to time.
     
  3. MeisMJ²

    MeisMJ² Regular Member

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    Well, the corresponding website has no (obvious) 'For Sale' button, and do you see parked pages as well?