06 Jul '11, 2pm

WhyPark Continues to Diversify Revenue Streams with 2 New Apps

WhyPark Continues to Diversify Revenue Streams with 2 New Apps Wednesday, July 6th, 2011 Company adds new apps to system including one that pays on a cost-per-action basis. Domain name content system WhyPark has released two new Domain Apps, one designed to boost traffic and the other to boost traffic while generating non-PPC revenue. The Photo Gallery Domain App displays photo galleries on your WhyPark sites based on a keyword. The Publications Domain App lets you offer visitors free publications including white papers, free magazine subscriptions, case studies, and eBooks. Domain owners are paid for each qualified download. WhyPark has created a number of Domain Apps with the idea of generating more content (and thus interactivity and traffic) for domain names on its system and also diversifying revenue streams away from merely tier one pay-per-click. For example, its mo...

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