It’s no secret that PPC earnings have fallen off a cliff the past couple of years. A lot of domain owners would pull up stakes and move on – IF they had somewhere better to go
Media Breakaway, LLC, a pioneer in the performance-based marketing industry, announced the launch of TheParkingPlace.com today. This new domain parking solution will revolutionize the domain parking industry by taking domains beyond traditional PPC monetization methods.
I have kept an eye on new monetization opportunities and the recovery of the Pay-Per-Click (PPC) industry for some time. You may be surprised to hear that I have not parked a single domain…
The economy is crippled and PPC has fallen off a cliff, but skies are blue for many domain owners who diversified into development and freed themselves from the whims of Google and Yahoo. Here are four examples of people who have taken control of their own destinies.
Many domain owners have seen their PPC revenue drop by 75% or more, but we may finally witness an end to the carnage in 2010. The latest indication of an upturn comes from Jefferies who raised their price target on Google stock to $695 a share based on strengthening ad revenue. Yahoo is seeing it too.
A new survey of more than 1,000 global business leaders indicates that online ad spending will finally rebound in 2010. 48% of those surveyed said they plan to ramp up their online marketing efforts in the New Year. The biggest beneficiaries will be email marketing, social media marketing and search (SEO & PPC).
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If you are one of the many domain owners
Domain development is attracting more and more domain owners who are looking for ways to offset their PPC revenue declines.
Rick Schwartz is on the warpath. In an exclusive interview for our new August newsletter previewing the Sept. 23-26 T.R.A.F.F.I.C. conference in New York, Schwartz laid into cyber squatters, PPC companies, registrars and even “show fatigue”. Find out why he has taken off the gloves.
As PPC revenues continue to sink, solutions to improve domain monetization are springing up from within the domain community. Portfolio Help from Bido.com and a quick and easy domain development plan from AEIOU.com are tackling the problem from different angles.