Ed I tried NameDrive, for a period of time, with the following: 2 domains with 5000 views per month (One high avg PPC, one low avg PPC) 3 domains with 1000 views per month (One high avg PPC, one low avg PPC, one foreign) A clear pattern emerged: Revenue increased for domains with low avg PPC - better revenue share - much better... Revenue decreased for domains with high avg PPC - lower avg PPC - much lower... CTR slightly increased for all. This is my theory for the decrease in revenue of domains with high avg PPC's. People, feel free to discuss. Out of 100 people visiting a parked page without related links: - 80 will recognize a parked page and leave. - 20 will click on the link that most closely matches what they are looking for - One of the ads - At the end of the day --> 20x1.2 Euros = 22 Euros Ou of 100 people visiting a parked page with related links: - 60 will recognize a parked page and leave. - 40 will click on the link that most closely matches what they are looking for - one of the related searches - The second serving of ads isn't hand picked - the ads have a low avg PPC and sometimes are not very relevant - so : - 15 leave. - 25 click on an ad. At the end of the day --> 25x0.132 = 3.3 Euros Anybody else get the same results? Don't get me wrong, I am delighted Name Drive is on the scene, but my portfolio is going to have to be split in two - Domains that benefit from related searches and domains that don't. Surely, with the better revenue share, there is a way for NameDrive to always be on top!!!