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Parking pages - does google delist them?

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  1. mikeylondon

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    Should I have cause for concern if i park a page now with the aim ultimately to develop it later and whether google 'delists' the site based on this 'history'?

    All my dot coms are with godaddy. Even though I haven't parked them myself and making any money godaddy obviously is. Does google still see this as parking?

    Should I just have a wordpress blog per domain and do that instead?


    Cheers,


    Mike
     
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  3. purg Ireland

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    Would say yes this is a bad idea for 1 reason which was tested.

    pre-owned a keyworded mobile phone domain that could have been parked for a few years. Moving away from parking the domain was signed to an affiliate and content advertising for a wide range on words.

    At the same time bought three new domains under friends to make whois data was totally different. Using four bank accounts for the advertising all four domains had the same(ish) keywords.

    All domains gained traffic except the parked domain which actually had NONE after day 1.

    This was tested by a friend which also breaks most T&Cs
     
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    Thanks purg

    Anyone else have any experience or opinion regarding this. I have a whole load fo domains that i've done nothing with and was looking to at least park them but now thinking twice about it etc

    Any thoughts?


    Cheers,

    Mike
     
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