In just a little over a week, our team will be exhibiting at the 3rd annual Namescon domain conference at the Tropicana in Las Vegas, Nevada! Namescon is the leading domain conference in the industry, and the best place to do business with other domain industry professionals. We’ll be there between Sunday, Jan 10th and Wednesday, Jan 13th. Continue reading
Our users have asked us for better and improved for sale landing pages for their parked domains, and today we’re happy to do just that. We’ve rolled out new for sale pages that not only improve the aesthetics and functionality, but also are far more effective in closing a domain sale. Continue reading
Bodis now offers an additional layer of transparency by offering Google Analytics tracking for your parked domain names. With Google Analytics you’ll have additional insight and data points on your traffic, in addition to those offered by Bodis. Continue reading
Today we have added a minor feature to your account page labeled Last Account Activity. The Last Account Activity details the last 3 logins into your Bodis user account, including the IP address, geo location, browser, and date/time of login. Continue reading
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Starting today, you may choose Bitcoin as a payment method for your domain parking earnings. As the first domain parking company to offer this feature, we hope to please a range of users that would prefer to receive future payments to their Bitcoin wallet. Continue reading
This week I came across a post on the Namepros forum (which can be found here), of a domain owner asking why his domain name has been “fail listed” by our primary upstream ad provider[?]. To those readers that don’t know, “fail listing” a domain is when our primary ad provider decides that a domain is not suitable for their network advertisers and decides not to serve any advertisements on it.
In this blog post, I’d like to delve into the difference between 1-Click and 2-Click templates. For those readers that don’t know, 1-Click templates are parking templates where the advertisements are presented on the home page. This means you’d see the ads on the page as soon as you type the domain into your address bar. Continue reading
We’ve been awfully quiet the last few weeks working on a lot of user requests. Some of the feedback our users have been sharing with us was to improve on the selection of parking templates. As a result we’ve gone ahead and added a few new templates.
Today I thought I’d debunk a myth that I see show up on forums every now and then. That myth is that having too many domains or too much volume of traffic/revenue in a single parking account will negatively affect the final outcome of CPC (cost-per-click) and total revenue. Some users have claimed that splitting up their domain portfolio & traffic across multiple domain parking accounts helps increase their revenue.
The good news is that this couldn’t be farther from the truth. Neither Bodis nor our “primary upstream ad provider” [?] will adjust CPC or revenue based on volume of domains / traffic / revenue. Thus it is safe and even encouraged to leave all domains & traffic in a single user account. Ofcourse, there are other parking companies and they may have their own algorithms & system for determining CPC and payouts (although I highly doubt they would decrease CPC as volume increases). Thus I can only speak for Bodis and our primary ad provider.
Hopefully this clears the air on this myth. There’s a lot of other myths and domain parking insight that I hope to share with our fellow readers in the near future.