jmccormac - 5:21 pm on Mar 21, 2012 (gmt 0)
Yep IncrediBILL. The amazing thing about the web is the way that websites appear and disappear. Just on that small set of Irish sites, there are thousands of domains that drop each month and thousands of new ones registered. Taking that up to the gTLD levels gets into the millions of domains per month. The other problem with the transitions to domain parks is that it is often the registrar that is shifting them and there is no visible change on the nameservers for the domain. Sometimes it is possible to determine a transition from just the IP of the site compared to the active IP.
@bhartzer Doesn't look like the previous registrant was a major player. Large scale domainers, especially those that target keyword domains, tend to be a bit more diligent. With PPC parking revenue dropping, each parked domain has to bring in at least the registration fee.