About Andrew Wee
Andrew Wee | Blogging | Affiliate Marketing | Social Traffic Generation | Internet Marketing

BizExcellerated Internet Marketing: Achieve mastery in blogging, affiliate marketing, social traffic generation at Andrew Wee

Riding on Free Backlinks (and Monetizing It)

I was looking through the comments for the previous post, and Char gave an example of her permalink structure, citing “domainname (dot) com / postname”.

For the record, domainname (dot) com is an actual domain. And it has a decent PR6, Alexa 153,000.

Imagine 500 bloggers or content publishers citing that example and reproducing the link  on their site every month…

That would add up to a significant number of backlinks would it?

And by extension, you can leverage on your Google PR by pointing at your other domains, or selling text or banner links through PlanetAndrea’s banner/text brokering services.

Sounds compelling, doesn’t it?

4 comments on Riding on Free Backlinks (and Monetizing It)

  1. Justin Kistner
    January 5, 2007 at 1:03 am (8 years ago)

    I spoke with a domain name lawyer at one point that said there were only 6 or so high profile domain name lawyers. They manage many different portfolios, but there are scores of people with thousands of domains, some in the hundreds of thousands. They set up park pages on all of those domains to monetize type-in traffic and collect example backlinks. Then they sell the properties to someone that wants the name or to SEOers that want the PR. Fascinating industry.

  2. Andrew Wee
    January 5, 2007 at 7:27 am (8 years ago)

    Justin,
    the online world is just as ‘real’ a world as the offline one.
    consequently we’ll see more business models evolve as we move further along.

    my buddy, Zach Bastick, over at DomainSocial.com bundles bunches of domains together by themes and put them up for sale.

    From what I see, the prospect of bundling 100 poker-related domains together and offering them at a premium many times your intial investment is something that goes beyond the typical adsense/affiliate business model.

    Likewise, the arbitrage,er, affiliate/SEM/SEO strategies that folks like Shoemoney and Jon F/Wicked Fire folks employ are equally interesting (and lucractive too).

  3. Creepy
    August 21, 2008 at 8:05 pm (6 years ago)

    I don’t know a lot about bundeling domains and selling them, but what I know is that doing SEO,affiliate like Andrew Wee said is more lucrative..

  4. Tamon
    September 4, 2008 at 10:13 pm (6 years ago)

    Your information help me a lot with my site.
    Thanks!

Leave a reply