01 Jan '12, 1am
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The problem has been that too many new solutions have been dependent on the benevolence of Google , the 800-pound gorilla at the top of the food chain who decides how much money gets doled out to those below and where those serfs land in search results. Serving the same master that most of the parking services depended on is turning out to be equally frustrating the second time around. Some discouraged souls have even retreated back to conventional parking, a reverse flow that has been boosted by new services like InternetTraffic.com and Voodoo.com that, from early reports we've heard, have improved payouts by taking much less on their end, leaving clients with the lion's share of whatever largesse Google is in the mood bestow. Still, having been burned once, domain owners want another option in a monopolized market that has left one entity in control of the revenue their ...