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    Default To much potential domains.. the headache: wich domains more content? wich to sell?

    i don't know if there are any other affiliates with this same problem but I have bought domains to rapidly. I am staring into a domain portfolio with good gambling domains, but I don't know wich to work on first. I tried to write down all amounts of searches to the domain keywords per month at google and work my way from domain to domain like that. but it doesn't seem to make sense.. I saw a youtube comment lately under a affiliate marketing video that said: the clue is to stick to one thing that actually works instead of wondering around. But that is exactly what is happening! I have figured out gambling affiliation is my cup of tea. I bought only gambling related domains and now I am synergizing the different affiliate programs and brands with the right domains and extentions, but every now and then a new ''good'' idea comes in to my mind, and I focus to much on a small detail on one of my domains, while my other domains don't increase in revenue, and eventually the small detail didn't change anything on my bankaccount either. Now ofcourse the most easy thing to say is finish domain by domain. But this is actually... very hard for me. Any tips from fellow affiliates? I'd be more than welcome to hear them!

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    A few programs have domain parking where they will give you a portion of revenues generated from type-in traffic until you get around to developing them. (personally I never choose this option since most of them want the dns control and as a host I NEVER relinquish control of dns)

    Another idea is to stick one page wonders up on them. It's not a real money maker in most cases, but I actually have a few domains that have nothing but a single solitary banner in the middle of a blank page that have caught the occassional player.....you can't count on it, but it can happen.

    You could also redirect some of the dmains to one of your main sites until you have time to develop them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by universal4 View Post
    Another idea is to stick one page wonders up on them. It's not a real money maker in most cases, but I actually have a few domains that have nothing but a single solitary banner in the middle of a blank page that have caught the occassional player.....you can't count on it, but it can happen.
    That's so true. I bought a bunch of domains years ago and just had one page that said "under construction" with a couple of aff links, and forgot about it until a random payment appeared one day! That was actually what encouraged me to develop my main site.
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    I think You should first sit down and think which of those domains /websites will be Your main 1 with a lot of fresh content updated daily/weekly. Then I d build this main site. After that I will make some simple sites on other domains You got and put links back to Your "Main" site.

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    Thanks for the tips guys, have been developing one of my domains now. http://rakebackdeals.nl is going in a very good direction!

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    Quote Originally Posted by universal4 View Post
    A few programs have domain parking where they will give you a portion of revenues generated from type-in traffic until you get around to developing them. (personally I never choose this option since most of them want the dns control and as a host I NEVER relinquish control of dns)
    We are one of those programs (I think the only one) who offer domain parking for your type in traffic.

    As Rick mentioned, you just have to point your domain to our nameservers and enter your domain into your affiliate account, and any traffic that gets to your page and signs up will be your player. All you need to do to cancel is just redirect the dns to your own host. We don't take over your domain so you have full control over it the entire time.
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