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July 19th, 2007, 11:29 AM #1Generic type-in domain - what's best?
With a generic domain name that is a specific type of product/product line (not a TM) that gets good 100% type-in traffic, what is the best option for monetizing?
Is it OK to use name forwarding with an affiliate code?
A one page simple lander that has an image and a "Enter" button with the affiliate code?
Try to build a product showcase with datafeeds?
July 19th, 2007, 03:18 PM #2
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I would suggest that you do an A/B split test. One with a landing page with AdSense and the other re-directing the name to a parking program such as TrafficClub.com (which has multiple feeds). This way you can get a good benchmark of the performance and how well you monetized.
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July 19th, 2007, 03:59 PM #3Originally Posted by TLDnetworks
I like the A / B test. Run the test for a couple of months and see which generates more revenue. By having a landing page you'll add value to the merchant and won't be condemned in affiliate circles.Chris Sturgill
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July 20th, 2007, 08:50 AM #4Originally Posted by chipmunk
I've had it parked, and it does generate revenue. However, because it's targeted traffic I want to get the affiliate process going so that instead of $.13 for a click I would get a % of sale which should be significantly higher.
Originally Posted by cbsturg
Not sure I understand this. Can you elaborate on the redirect as related to "cookie stuffing" because I have never heard that before. Aside from the double click, how is it different?
Can someone provide a link via PM to a landing page such as this?
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