I'd like to thank Amy of My Debt Free Goal
for finding this program. I had a few domains that I had purchased to build some affiliate sites on. But, since it takes a day to build a site, and then a few days writing articles and trying to drive traffic to the site - I always have some domains that are unused and waiting in line.
What I've always done in the past is to place a page holder, under construction, maybe a google ad on the page until I could get to it. But now, with WhyPark
, it's a lot easier to monetize those pages that you haven't gotten to yet. And you can do it in a way that the page holder is going to be content rich.WhyPark
lets you host up to 100 domains. WhyPark
then lets you decide which keywords you want to use, and it fills the page with articles related to your keywords. The articles are continuously updated, so that when the search engines come around, they'll always find new content. You can use your AdSense account to place ads on the site - and you don't have to split any revenue - you keep 100 percent of the revenue.
It literally took me 10 minutes to put up my first site today. I was able to control and choose the template, insert my adsense code, and place a few affiliate links on the page. There is a one time fee of $99.95 to open an account. But for that hundred bucks you can host 100 sites - easy math - buck a site.
There are no recurring fees and no monthly fees. Here's an example WhyPark site: PC viruses
So what I'll be doing with WhyPark
is building sites for my domains that are empty still. Then I'll be able to focus on one site at a time while those domains hopefully start earning a little for me. The nice thing is that I'll also be able to see which domains might perform well by using WhyPark
as a sort of test before investing too much time in building a complete site.
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