Nice Geo Domain Landing Page from Trafficz

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I was watching the New York news tonight, and I saw the Mets opened a new baseball facility in Boca Chica, Dominican Republic. While I don’t care much for the Mets (nor the Yankees), I was more interested in learning a bit about Boca Chica. Of course I did a Whois search for BocaChica.com and saw that it’s owned by a well-known domain investor, and I wanted to see what he was doing with it.
While it’s not fully developed, I think Trafficz created a great landing page for it. There are some flash images with different keywords on each. When you click on the particular keyword, related links populate the screen on the left. I think this is a nice step up for the standard landing page, and I think it could be very good for a geo domain that isn’t developed, since CTR tends to be low for parked geodomains.
While I think the best approach to geodomains is to develop them, I do think this is one of the nicest PPC landing pages I’ve seen for a geodomain.

1 COMMENT

  1. I don’t get it. I think it looks awful and half-developed. I would much prefer a city picture like Parked.com may have available.

    If it makes more money like this then so be it, but aesthetically I totally dislike it.

    ***UPDATED BY ELLIOT***
    I like the flash concept and think it will help improve the CTR.

  2. I think those landing pages have been there for many months now, perhaps over a year……Can anyone who uses one of those landing pages share the CTR here?

  3. I thought you meant (Adobe) Shockwave Flash at first, but realized they use JS and CSS. I don’t see whats nice about it though, the image fade looks cheesy and annoying and the white square looks so much like an adsense box that doesn’t fit in at all.

    ***UPDATED BY ELLIOT***
    Compared to other undeveloped domain names, this is very nice.

  4. Hi Elliot
    I read your blog often – thanks for sharing your information with us.
    Can I make a suggestion? Your wordpress installation is set up so that each post title is the same (Elliot’s Blog | Domain Investing News & Commentary). This isn’t good for your search engine rankings and also, when I bookmark any of your posts in Delicious, I have to change the name of the bookmark each time.
    I don’t have much experience with WordPress but I think this plugin might sort things out for you:
    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/all-in-one-seo-pack/
    All the best,
    Wesley

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