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Chitika for domains

Chitika just introduce their new service for domain name owners. This is another way to make money with your domain name. I will test this using some of my keyword premium domain names and let's see how they will perform using Chitika platform.

I'm planning to use the following niche and keywords domains for this test. I will post the result after 30 days.

My goal is to establish traffic, page ranking and ofcourse revenue. The bottom figure ($) always measure if the project is a success.

Keep checking for result here.

Thank you,



  1. Your stores look good!
    Here are 2 that I have set up:

    In some categories, the images are much better and more colorful than others - hope they will improve that. Do you think that, in general, the search engines will treat them better or worse than the same domain if parked at a standard, "verbal" parking company, like, for example?
    Good luck!

  2. I've sent my input to Jeff chitika developer. He will incorporate new features on their next release.


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