by dukes
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i parked my domain with google and iam just thinking about how to promote it so that it can bring targetted traffic to domain, please help out on the best way to promote it.
#adsense #domain
  • Profile picture of the author tma
    Use video with watermark on it.
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  • Profile picture of the author tma
    Use video with watermark on it. But read thier tos first.
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    • Profile picture of the author dukes
      Originally Posted by tma View Post

      Use video with watermark on it. But read thier tos first.
      please i don,t understand what you mean by watermark
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    SEO.........
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  • Profile picture of the author rahul222
    You should just work for it. Then you will get visitors from search engines.
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  • Profile picture of the author David Bleidt
    Can someone explain please how adsense for domains work?
    Someone comes to your site, see related results and when he click you get the money?

    I can't believe that you will earn much money with that except you have a domain with a spelling mistake for something like google or other high visited pages.

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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      There is no SEO for a parked domain. A parked domain, by definition, would
      not be indexed....Besides, no content...

      Parked domain with adsense may work if the domain is something about
      being a directory of some sorts, or a recently parked, popular domain
      with ads that are specific to the topic of what the site was about.

      I myself would just toss some content up. It is a myth that you need
      some big website with fantastic content for adsense.

      Google makes everything very clear about adsense and domains.
      Your domain needs to be submitted and approved, then google basically
      takes over the site...er....domain.

      As far as traffic, well, organic...

      You cannot use any online advertising to drive traffic to a parked domain.
      What exactly that means, you be the judge. The rules are pretty strict.

      Why? Because a parked domain is a pretty useless site. They are ripe for
      deception and abuse of visitors.

      If you put a link anywhere, you are asking a visitor to visit a page that has
      not content. Just ads. That's deceptive.

      Adsense and domains, IMHO, for most, are just not worth it.

      Toss a little content on it.

      Paul
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      • Profile picture of the author David Bleidt
        Originally Posted by paulgl View Post

        There is no SEO for a parked domain. A parked domain, by definition, would
        not be indexed....Besides, no content...

        Parked domain with adsense may work if the domain is something about
        being a directory of some sorts, or a recently parked, popular domain
        with ads that are specific to the topic of what the site was about.

        I myself would just toss some content up. It is a myth that you need
        some big website with fantastic content for adsense.

        Google makes everything very clear about adsense and domains.
        Your domain needs to be submitted and approved, then google basically
        takes over the site...er....domain.

        As far as traffic, well, organic...

        You cannot use any online advertising to drive traffic to a parked domain.
        What exactly that means, you be the judge. The rules are pretty strict.

        Why? Because a parked domain is a pretty useless site. They are ripe for
        deception and abuse of visitors.

        If you put a link anywhere, you are asking a visitor to visit a page that has
        not content. Just ads. That's deceptive.

        Adsense and domains, IMHO, for most, are just not worth it.

        Toss a little content on it.

        Paul
        I thought for something the same. Adsense rules are that you aren't allowed to say a visitor that he should click the ad, So when you post your domain somewhere that someone should click the link, he only will see ads and is tempted to click on them. So this is against the rules, isn't it?

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  • Profile picture of the author tma
    @dukes watermarks are writing on the top of your video. Google it for moe idea. Paulgl. There is no clear definition of what online ads are in their TOS. I believe it is strictly against adsense arbitrage and classified ads.

    I don't think if you use social media you'll be penalized. If so my account will be gone two months ago.

    Just be careful lol!

    Allen
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  • Profile picture of the author rzillowman
    You might consider whypark.com. They seem to have an interesting program if parking is your thing.
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  • Profile picture of the author jhonsean
    Link building will help you to promote your site, create quality content that will link to the other sites that have relevancy and well optimized page.
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