Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Sick of domain parking?

Are you sick of domain parking yet? I am.

I don't like it because it's trying to make money by being clever without adding value. I don't like stumbling across parked domains. I don't like how much time I've wasted trying to figure out this stupid area. I don't like that I haven't made any money domain parking.

A month just ended so I got this email from godaddy. Is it worth doing what they suggest?

We want you to know exactly how your CashParking plan is doing, so each month we email you a monthly account update. Here's where your account stands for November 2008:


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REVENUE:
November 2008 Revenue Earned*: $34.31
RPM**: $38.86
Approximate Payout Date: January 15, 2009

TOTAL DOMAIN SUMMARY:
Total Domain Count: 74
Active Domain Count: 73
Removed Domain Count: 1

DOMAIN ACTIVITY:
Domains Added: 0
Domains Removed: 0

Account Status: Active
Domains within 30 days of expiration: 2
Active domains not pointing to CashParking Name Servers: 1
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A parked page that looks like a Web site increases the likelihood of more clicks --
and that means more CA$H! So add a one-of-a-kind page header that's sure to grab attention!

1 comment:

topsytechie said...

When someone is too busy to respond to my emails I simply hijack their blog comments! Ha! A question for the SEO Sensai...(totally off subject though- sorry)...when I went into the BWC blog admin tonight, I discovered 650 spam comments with random strings of letters, etc. I'm very curious as to the method behind that madness. How does that benefit the spammer exactly?