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Domain marketplace Afternic announced on June 29th that they have implemented a new portfolio manager to make it easier for domain owners to manage their domains at the company. According to the press release: “Afternic Portfolio Manager provides our customers the ability reconcile their inventory in a single request, while providing instantaneous add, edit, and remove domain... Continue Reading →
Domain parking income seems to have settled at lower levels than in the past few years, and some people have seen a slight increase in income in early 2010. Some have suggested that the Yahoo/Microsoft paid search deal should further boost parking income on Yahoo-based services such as SmartName, Parked / WhyPark, and TrafficZ. Paid... Continue Reading →
Before domain parking most domain owners monetized their domain portfolio through domain sales. Paying the registration fees for a large portfolio can be a challenge. Before you allow your domains to expire, consider these best practices for domain sales. Keep your contact information up-to-date, and include a real email address where people can contact you. ... Continue Reading →
When monetizing your domain portfolio it is important to adopt the concept of multiple streams of income. Many domain owners got lazy in the last few years as domain parking provided good income for domains that received traffic. Google and Yahoo were the source of most of this income, and both of these companies have... Continue Reading →