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What is domain parking? Domain parking lets you easily “park” your domain and earn money. No hassles with web hosting or content creation. The domain parking services described here provide free hosting and pay you every time someone clicks on a link.

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As of late summer 2014 Parking revenue has stabilized at lower levels than we saw a few years ago. Quasi-development options such as Domain Apps have gained some ground, but it’s still quicker and easier to park domains that aren’t otherwise being used.  The various parking and content creation services differ in important ways, and one may work better than another for you. Whether you are a domain professional or someone holding a single valuable name, parking with one of these domain parking services will turn your traffic into income. ParkQuick will help you develop the strategies you need for optimal domain parking.

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Overview

Some domain parking services require that you own a minimum number of domains, others do not.

Changes that you make appear immediately with some parking services, while others require prior approval.

All provide free hosting.

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Getting Started

If you have at least 50 – 100 domains:

Park most of your domains at Sedo or SedoPro (contact us for an invitation).

NameDrive and Sedo & SedoPro are recommended for international domains.

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