Colorado Springs, CO (PRWEB) November 8, 2006
Ever since the Internet was born, everybody has tried to harness its revenue-generating power. But all these ambitious ventures, from eBay auctions to affiliate programs, have since dried up as the market became saturated with newcomers and profits shrank as pieces of the pie were chopped into smaller and smaller pieces. Luckily, however, it's still possible for Internet users with the right approach to fatten their wallets. Domain Parking, a new way to jump on the profit bandwagon, is so simple that it's hard to believe.
Parketeer.com was created by two leading SEO companies as a way to revolutionize the Domain Parking marketplace with a system that attaches real monetary value to domains and captures the revenue potential within every one. Our top selling point is basic enough: you keep 100% of what you earn on ad revenue. Nobody skims off the top.
Some domain names hold more appeal than others and popular domains are quickly being bought up—and held on to. This is making it increasingly hard to get a hold of one of the great ones. Domains are a valuable form of on-line real estate that grow in value by the day. Nowadays, people are willing to pay hundreds, thousands, or even more for a viable domain name. And it's still possible to grab them, and keep them parked while they generate a substantial (and steady) income until you decide to sell them. Those involved in the business use domain parking as a means to increase the value of their holdings, both now and for the future. When you get your hands on a domain, paid parking makes sense, and it makes money. Just watch it roll in from ads while you wait for a buyer.
Parketeer.com has turned the Domain Parking industry on its head. In two minutes you'll get an SEO compatible, 13 page, ad-filled, and content-rich "web site" with the controls right in front of you: keywords, menu, and optimization. Everything you need, in other words. Some will say that we've figured out the right way to park a domain—and they're right. Others will say, with jealousy, that we've crossed the line and handed back too much control to the domain owners.
As we ourselves are domain owners, we've spared no effort in building the right kind of place to park domains. By contrast, it's not hard to understand the methodology of our competition: the more money you make, the more money they take. Not so with us. We don't control your domain or your money, and we definitely don't slap restrictions on your success. We enjoy it.
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