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Word on the street is, I have a shit ton of empty domains that actually generate natural traffic, because they either have good keywords in the domain, or they dropped and I got 'em before the old /img/avatar7.jpgs could renew it. Anyhow, no matter..

I don't feel like wasting these with any blog software or sticking adsense/ypn ads on them, so what I do want is to stick some type of domain sponsor type of script on them. But not some shitty or boring feed like all of the rest seem to use, I want to either make my own by combining the good ones together, or just use a high paying one and let the traffic make me some cash..

My question to you more seasoned domainer pros (clearly I am not one of those that rhymed) which road should I choose? One single domainer sponsor, or is there a way to combine the best ones together and use that so I can spread it out across a few thousand of my domains and do something with the 20k+ uniques they generate per week in total. I have some really cool ideas too on how to create awesome landing pages if I were to create my own service, but that would mean a lot of work, and we know I don't like to work any harder than I have to... But seriously, drop your advice here, I'd appreciate it...

Comments (5)

What I would do is carve out a specific niche..

Then contact YAHOO for a prime feed. If not contact someone that brokers yahoo prime feed. (If your model is based on prime feed)..

You need to make sure that if there are lets say 1,000 uniques coming per day, you try to monetize most of them..

Some will click away via PPC..

Some will click away by email subscription to your site.

Some will click away by affiliate program on your site.

Etc... etc....

If you are monetizing 10-20%, you are doing something wrong..

The number above is not bad (10-20%), but what I am saying is.

Where are the 80-90% ? why arent' they monetized....


Comment #1

Jon, just to clarify, by "natural" traffic you mean "type-in" traffic? As in you are not doing any promotion on these at all? And I am also assuming these pages are currently empty of content?..

Comment #2

I'm no domain pro, but if you've already got good keywords I would give a whirl...

Comment #3

Jon, I would use, or check it out. Their payout is pretty high, and it's super easy to implement. SEDO parking might also be a decent idea...

Comment #4

If parking only, then I would suggest PARKED.COM (yahoo feed) or NAMEDRIVE.COM (google feed). (yahoo feed) is also good (highest payout), but they're templates are not that seo friendly...

Comment #5

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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