Parking is Dead


Samit Madan is an advertising professional with over 25 years of experience. He's also known as the MediaWizard due to his expertise in all related industry verticals including design, promotions, brand development, corporate communications, printing, web development and search marketing. He currently heads MediaWiz, a leading Media Publishing and Services Company.

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7 Responses

  1. mediawizard says:

    Left this sentence incomplete in the Backstory – “I don’t see why the conversation is… so vitriolic, not like you can differentiate a parking service in a few weeks”.

  2. Ilya says:

    Just conventional parking is dead!
    That’s why we have developed

    Contrary to all other domain parking services, we make attractive, trafficable sites with your
    parked domains. While a conventional parking service kills your domain traffic and popularity, our service rise them!

    To earn with us, customers have to give their ad codes obtained from Google Adsense, eBay Partner Network, Commission Junction, LinkShare and ClickBank. No one is mandatory, but the more codes are provided, the more profit customers earn.

    90% of participating domains earn from $5 to $30 per month per domain with us.

    We are so sure that our parking solution is better that Sedo and Google Parking for the new domains, so, if you are interested, you can establish an independent competition of domain parking services. We can pay you for 4-5 domains so he can park park them with, f.e. Sedo, Google Parking and some others, and one domains with our service. If will be interesting to compare the results and get your
    unbiased, professional decision.

    • mediawizard says:

      I’d love to see some demo’s and test drive your system. Am quite familiar with all parking services including sedo / parked and stuff like whypark / smartname so will be interesting to see what else is out there.

  3. Afif says:

    I really don’t see the benefit of parking, you are getting minimal revenue, you are not providing any benefit to the internet users. Development is always the final step for any good domains.

  4. mediawizard says:

    Shaun Bonk has written a nice article refuting what I’ve said above.

    Worth a read and I’ll probably be trying out the ClickMillions program too, sounds pretty interesting.

    Here’s the article:

  1. June 8, 2011