Google Adsense for parked domains is finally here for every publisher. Previously if you own domains which aren’t developed with content yet, you can only park them with third party brokers such as sedo, namedrive, fabulous etc. I wonder what will happen to them now since you can cut out these brokers and go directly with Google Adsense. Guess we’ll be seeing less of these kind of stupid parked domains pages.
Juno john says
I’m going to be trying out google adsense parking as soon as my subsription runs out at godaddy cash parking. I was taking a look at google’s example page and really like how they made it look just like thier search results. I don’t make much on cash parking, but i’m sure the layout of google’s parking is going to incrase my revenues.
ivan lin says
I try to park some domains in Google adsense, however it seems not easy to make money there.
Nope it isn’t. Unless you have a domain which appears to be a typo of a popular domain/brand/games or other catchy phrases, the chances of earning tons of cash from parked domains isn’t what most people can easily achieve. Writing a blog and having adsense ads might even be easier to earn you a few bucks 🙂
Asian Networker says
I am using Google Adsense for a couple of parked domains that I am planning to develop sites for eventually. So far so good. Not making lots of money but it is enough to cover the cost of the domain names themselves and a little extra.
how setting domain parking adsense in cpanel
This has nothing to do with cpanel, you can get the “adsense for domains” code at the usual place in google.com/adsense