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Tuesday, March 02, 2004
 


Dot Com 2.0 and Evil Google

The NYT on the rebirth of the domain-name market. Interesting, if the data from Verisign is more than a little suspect.

What's far more interesting, though, since this was bound to happen, is this tidbit:

"... Google is also helping a growing number of domain name owners earn money on their Web sites without publishing any information at all. Through its DomainPark service, users who, for example, type in "airlinetickets.com," a Web address that has only a "placeholder" page, will see text ads provided by Google. The site's owners, who must gain 750,000 monthly visits to maintain a spot in the program, earn a share of the ad revenue."

-- umair // 6:43 PM //


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