A new look for an old friend

Name Monetizer, Domain Parking News, and Parkquick.com chronicled the domain monetization industry from the late 1990s through 2015.  During this time domain parking could be quite lucrative.  Since then Google has pushed the industry toward real meaningful content by punishing domains that are full of ads.  This benefits the Internet and most users.  It has left... Continue Reading →

What to Keep and what to let Expire?

I have a tough time with this every year.  My portfolio is not nearly as large as that of some companies, but paying registration fees on over 1000 domains every year takes a toll, especially with parking income falling. I've had to make some tough decisions lately and I've let some of my weaker domains drop.... Continue Reading →

Parking Crew and NameDrive Consolidate

NameDrive and Parking Crew announced last week that the NameDrive parking platform will now be "powered by Parking Crew."  The NameDrive announcement stated: At the occasion of its tenth anniversary, NameDrive, one of the oldestbrands in domain parking and ParkingCrew, one of the most innovativenewcomers join their forces for the benefit of you, our customers.... Continue Reading →

Monetization Insights from Micheal Gilmore

Michael Gilmore of Park Logic has studied domain name monetization more thoroughly than about anyone in the industry.  He has been able to see inside different parking companies and two recent articles on his blog provide a great perspective on the domain industry over time.  Check out his post "Critical Insights Into the Domain Industry"... Continue Reading →

2015 Domain Parking Changes

TrafficZ closed its doors at the beginning of 2015.  It was the first domain parking company that I used.  I remember Kevin Vo contacting me to tell me about the service, and I remember being skeptical that I would make any money off ads.  I was wrong.  TrafficZ brought me a good income for a... Continue Reading →

Rook Media buys Domain Sponsor

  On April 21st Oversee.net announced that Rook Media bought its Domain Sponsor monetization business.  Domain Sponsor was founded in 2002 as one of the original domain parking companies.   Rook Media claims to be Europe’s largest domain monetization platform.Last month's DomainFest was interestingly produced by Domain Sponsor, in contrast with past DomainFests which were produced by... Continue Reading →

DomainFest is Happening After All

When NamesCon was announced for the late January timeframe they took the time slot that DomainFest had used for the past few years.  DomainSponsor had not announced anything for 2014, after changing the name of their conference to "WebFest Global" in 2013.  DomainFest returns to Hollywood March 31st - April 2nd this year, and the... Continue Reading →

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