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Sedo or NDParking ???

Discussion in 'NameDrive' started by pariguez, Jul 30, 2006.

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  1. pariguez

    pariguez Member

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    I have 90 domains at Sedo. Only 1 of them has a rate of visits of 70 clicks per month. Other five have a rate of 15 clicks per month. The rest have lower clcks than 5, as a rate?

    Do I just have to think my domains (almost 90% of them are non quality domains), or perhaps I should try with the "featured domain" service Sedo offers.

    Or DNPArking, might be the right choice?
    The majority of my domains are (dot com)

    Well, I hope nobody is in my situation, I hope somebody, can help.
    Thanks,
    Paul
     
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  3. aquanuke

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    Just because they dont have natural traffic dosent make them "bad" names. I register some real donkers.. but they have good natural traffic, mostly OV w/ext names. But on the otherside they would be poor names for sale based on their name.

    As for ND v's Sedo pro I would say about the same, but if you dont have steady traffic then it wont make any difference whom you park with.

    I only register expired domains, so they have a fair more chance of existing traffic compared to new reg's.
     
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    denchomsky Well-Known Member

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    Hang on in there, it certainly does not mean your names are rubbish,(though they might be)Aquanake is right, but unlike Aquanake i have never paid more than reg fee for a domain name, and have sold them for hundreds and on a couple of occasions thousands of pounds, traffic is good, but if you are lucky you might just have that name that someone wants.:eek:
     
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