Domain parking has gained popularity in the last couple of years. Typically, an Internet Marketer will purchase a bunch of domain names based on high performing keyword research and then use a parking service to set up the domain hosting. The site is generic, unattractive and packed with a bunch of ugly advertisement links. Most consumers hit the back button immediately when confronted with a regular parked domain. Owners of such domains are lucky to make a few pennies a day Actually that’s not too bad for a domain you aren’t doing anything else with…
But there is an even betterway to make use of domain names you’ve purchased and for one reason or another haven’t turned into a blog r website. That better was is called WhyPark.
WhyPark provides hosting, a complete webpage full of quality niche-related articles based on your target keywords, and contextual advertising. All you have to do is set up the domain and market the site with an article or two and you can easily make dollars a day instead of the pennies parked domains usually earn.
Many Internet Marketers who are just starting our balk at the $100 fee to purchase 100 domain slots. I too was hesitant until I really thought about it. It’s a one time fee to host 100 domains forever. I’ve done research on webhosting and I doubt you can find another host will to host a domain name for as long as you want for just one dollar. Especially when they also set up the content of the whole site for you as well as the placement of advertising. As you can see, once you break it down, the price is quite reasonable.
So why park when you can WhyPark.com?