Top Parking Companies 2016

Domain Parking:     It is our opinion that this form of domain monetization is the one that is suffering the most in the industry.  The payout is controlled by domain parking companies that provide very little to zero transparency on the true payout.    The payouts are relatively small for the owner of the domain names but high for the domain parking company.  The Domains per Nameserver can be use to determine how many domains are parked at their servers. There are several domain parking companies you can choose from.  Here is a list or what we believe are currently the best ones out there:

 

Bodis

Pros:  Minimum of 5 domains to open account , Easy sign up and approval process

Cons:  Below industry average payouts.

Payout Details:  7th day of the following month. No min payout threshold.  Paypal, Wire

Payout Split (Percentage of Ad Revenue Split Between Parking Company and Customer):  Unknown, parking company will not disclose the payout details.

Domains per Nameserver:  238,049

 

Voodoo

Pros:  Minimum of 10 domains to open account.  Easy sign up

Cons: Must own quality domains for approval.  Below industry average payouts.

Payout Details:  30th day of the following month. $20 min payout threshold. Paypal, Wire

Payout Split (Percentage of Ad Revenue Split Between Parking Company and Customer):  Unknown, parking company will not disclose the payout details.

Domains per Nameserver: 143,956

 

Parking Crew

Pros:  Easy sign up.  Payouts can be negotiated depending on quality of portfolio.

Cons: Must own quality domains for approval.

Payout Details:  15th day of the following month. $20 min payout threshold. Paypal, Wire

Payout Split (Percentage of Ad Revenue Split Between Parking Company and Customer):  Unknown, parking company will not disclose the payout details.

Domains per Nameserver: 9,167

 

Domain Sponsor

Pros:  Geared for high quality domain portfolios.  Payouts can be negotiated depending on quality of portfolio.

Cons: Must own quality domains for approval.  Monitors account traffic for at least 2 months before enabling your payment status.  (Part of the approval process)

Payout Details:  7th day of the following month. $50 min payout threshold. Paypal, Wire

Payout Split (Percentage of Ad Revenue Split Between Parking Company and Customer):  Unknown, parking company will not disclose the payout details.

Domains per Nameserver: 19,491

 

Rook Media

Pros:  Geared for high quality domain portfolios.  Payouts can be negotiated depending on quality of portfolio.

Cons: Below industry average payouts.

Payout Details:  30th day of the following month. $50 min payout threshold.

Payout Split (Percentage of Ad Revenue Split Between Parking Company and Customer):  Unknown, parking company will not disclose the payout details.

Domains per Nameserver: 19,491

 

Sedo

Pros: Easy sign up and easy to use.

Cons: below industry average payouts.

Payout Details: 15th day of the following month. $20 min payout threshold. PayPal, Wire Transfer, Direct Deposit (ACH), and Paper Check

Payout Split (Percentage of Ad Revenue Split Between Parking Company and Customer):  Unknown, parking company will not disclose the payout details.

Domains per Nameserver: 1,445,747

 

Tough Domains is working on viable solutions to revolutionize the domain parking industry which we believe will be the next generation in domain monetization.  Our solutions will offer the largest payouts available for ad offerings and affiliate product as well as the ability to offer dynamic relevant content on your parking page with the ability to post a sale or lease sign.

Please contact us at  info@toughdomains.com for a full report.

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