Today we want to tell you more on parked domain system. It’s a rapidly developing business that allows you to make money on your unused domains.
The main advantages of parked domains are:
- you only need to register a domain, there is no need to create a website
- no need to publish parked domains on the server, domain is simply redirected to the specific IP address
- you won’t need to pay for hosting, site development or support
Many people buy domains with the purpose of re-selling it in the future or create a website. But until these domains are unused, their owner needs to pay registration and ownership extension fees. People who hold dozens or hundreds domains don’t want their domains to stay “frozen”, they want make money on them.
You wonder, OK I parked a domain, what’s next? To start earning money on parked domains you need to display ads on it. You can display ads from two sources: third party ad networks and agencies or from direct advertisers. Direct advertisers place their ads on parked domains to target bigger audience. And you make money from the number of user clicks on the ads.
From the information above you can see that parked domain revenue depends on the following factors:
- Number of parked domains. The more parked domains you have more money you make.
- Domain name. The similarity of your domain name with domain name of popular sites. (for example, google.com – your domain – gooole.com)
- Number of visitors. More visitors type your parked domain, more money you get.
There are numerous companies that provide space for your unused domains, and pay you a percentage from clicks on advertising links. Now you can create your own domain parking system with OrbitScripts Domain Parking Plug in!
Orbit AdServer + Domain Parking Plug-in – You can park unlimited number of domains in your system and display ads from third party ad networks, agencies and advertisers.
Orbit AdMarket + Domain Parking Plug-in – You and your publishers can park unlimited number of domains in your system and display ads from third party ad networks, agencies and advertisers.