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Noomle Launches Mobile System

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Noomle

As the only Ad-Hoc Development and Publishing Engine of its kind, Noomle.com is implementing mobile delivery into the value added propositions for Domain Name Owners.

In continuation of its well respected “no revenue share” model, Noomle.com is adding a fully automated browser detection platform to its services to address the ever growing popularity of mobile browsing. The incoming browser is automatically detected, while the Noomle engine delivers the correct format to the requesting device.

Opposing to traditional domain parking platforms, Noomle Mobile will continue to deliver unique, user created content through stock templates, with the implementation of Google Mobile Ads on top of the template. During the extensive open Beta testing, Noomle will offer an even traffic share between the domain name owner and the Noomle.com engine, where both parties stand to gain additional revenues, at no financial charge to the domain name owner.

There are 405 million mobile internet users worldwide, according to Internet research firm eMarketer, and within four years this number is expected to double. While the global economy is battling the ongoing recession, advertisers have by far and large revised their budgets and strategies. For the first time since conception of mainstream internet connectivity to American households, Internet advertising has seen a decline in Dollars spent on campaigns. In positive news, advertising spending on the mobile market has increased.

Do yourself a favor and check out Noomle. It’s a site like no other. You can finally earn money from your domains. Tell them Bill sent you!

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Written by domainblog

October 27, 2009 at 12:54 pm

Posted in Domain Resources