What are parked domains?

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What are parked domains?
« on: 06-28-2010, 05:39:20 »
Hi, I have a question.
what are parked domain>? Can we earn from it? Why they called as PARKED?
any guys here who have experience in it?
thanks in advance...


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Re: What are parked domains?
« Reply #1 on: 03-07-2011, 06:29:30 »
Parked domains are those who only have the purpose of getting your clicks. Some of them have traffic due to many situations (like youtub.com because of the misspelling)!

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Re: What are parked domains?
« Reply #2 on: 03-22-2011, 05:55:12 »
you may want to park your domain because you want to save it / keep it and use it in the future. yes you can earn from it depending on how much traffic that domain receives and the visitors clicking on the various links on the page.

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Re: What are parked domains?
« Reply #3 on: 11-29-2012, 03:03:33 »
As new TLDs are launched by ICANN.. Will parked domains really work in future?

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Re: What are parked domains?
« Reply #4 on: 02-11-2013, 06:38:59 »
domain parking is the signing up of an Online domain address without using it for solutions such as e-mail or a web page i.e. without putting any material on the domain. This may be done to source the domain address for upcoming growth, to prevent the likelihood of cybersquatting. Since the domain address domain registrar will have set name web servers for the domain, the domain registrar or supplier possibly has use of the domain rather than the ultimate registrant.
Often a use of domain vehicle parking is to be a placeholder for an current website. The domain owner might also select to divert a website to another web page it has authorized, either through URL re-direction, domain hiding or by directing it as an alias of the primary domain, although if this is done by the greatest registrant, the domain is then in use, rather than left.
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Re: What are parked domains?
« Reply #5 on: 03-06-2013, 04:40:31 »
Domain parking is the registration of an Internet domain name without using it for services such as e-mail or a website i.e. without placing any content on it.
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Re: What are parked domains?
« Reply #6 on: 08-26-2013, 03:17:49 »
Domain parking is that registering a domain name and it is used for in future, it just as booking a domain as earlier and it is also called as inactive domain.
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Re: What are parked domains?
« Reply #7 on: 09-12-2013, 14:02:34 »
Domain name parking is also a way of earning money online.

If you want to earn money from domain name parking then your domain name should have traffic first, if your domain gets good number of type-in traffic then you can get good earning as well.

But finding traffic domains is really very hard I would say..

You can look for in Godaddy Auctions, here domain with traffic is also sold,  you would be able to see their traffic as well.

There are many domain parking companies such as

www.sedo.com
www.namedrive.com
www.parked.com
www.1plus.net
www.whypark.com
www.DomainSpa.com
www.Fabulous.com
www.DomainSponsor.com
www.TrafficZ.com
www.domainhop.com
www.parkingdots.com
www.google.com/domainpark/
www.ActiveAudience.com
www.ParkQuick.com
www.dotzup.com

You should test your domain with the parking company, and know which company pays good.. make sure all the domain names may not be suitable with all the parking companies I would say.

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Re: What are parked domains?
« Reply #8 on: 12-19-2013, 05:43:36 »
Hi, I have a question.
what are parked domain>? Can we earn from it? Why they called as PARKED?
any guys here who have experience in it?
thanks in advance...

A parked domain name means the visitors see a temporary web page when they search the domain name.The domain name is pointed to a dummy/another page. You can park your domain name to indicate you are reserving it until you create your website, find a hosting provider, or until you sell the domain name.A parked domain with just some ads definitely won't fetch you revenue...A parked domain with no content is a waste.You can monetize the parked domain wit relevant information/article and get traffic thereby improving the chance of clicking on ads.You can get the aid from XnYnZ.com where they provide the Quick Content Service to enrich your parked domain.


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Re: What are parked domains?
« Reply #9 on: 05-16-2014, 13:46:25 »
Parked domains are not so you can make money they are so that the company you bought them from can. Basically if you buy a domain but dont host or forward it somewhere then it will be parked on a page for the company that you registered it with. That page will have ads on it that they hope will generate some money for them.
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