If you use the DomainNameSales.com domain search function you will observe that it returns no results for InternetTraffic.com, i.e., the domain isn't for sale . . though I suspect, for the right price, Frank would sell it. ;)
The entity exists, thankfully, as evidenced by monthly inbound wire payments attributed to / made payable under the corporate brand of InternetTraffic.
The domain parking user interface, which embeds IT's domain sales platform, uses DNSales URLs. I guess it's Frank's way of making it clear that his parking program offers the same benefits as Sedo's parking program: parking revenue + a domain sales platform.
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Why would I want to use the domainnamesales search function ? ..I already have the domain names I want..all bar one ( it is the hyphenated version of one of a group of 60 KW1KW2 that I have )..and that will be available in under 45 days..at less than $10.00 :)..:)
I'm slowly developing all my names..having reduced them to under 300..those which are for sale ( for now ) I'll sell myself..
To return to topic though..and to yer man Frank, having no visible way to contact him and a domain name which redirects to another, with no trace of the original name on the page upon which one lands, isn't the way most people would look for signups..or even seek to give the impression that the lights were on..
thought you'd lost your keyboard, ;). . . . . . * * * *<= tumbleweed