03 Jun '11, 7pm

New Service Brings CPA To Domain Parking #domainname

Service from Media Breakaway seeks to monetize under performing domain traffic. A new domain name parking service says it will help domain owners monetize their high traffic but low revenue domain names better than traditional PPC parking. TheParkingPlace.com is a new service from Media Breakaway that monetizes domain names with CPA, CPC, CPV, and exit pop ups. The few examples I viewed (GasPrices.com, 032.com, Fork.com) offer surveys and giveaways to capture visitor email addresses. (Note: visiting these landers will result in pop-up alerts and sound.) Media Breakaway CEO Scott Richter has a long history with email marketing. That said, I think this sort of “generic offer” approach to monetizing domains that don’t do well with traditional pay-per-click landers is an intriguing model. The service accepts all traffic and locations and promises that “no domain name will ever...

Full article: http://domainnamewire.com/2011/06/01/new-domain-parking-s...

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