Will Google interpret links to URLs ending with a campaign tag like ?hl=en (www.example.com?hl=en) as a link to www.example.com or to a completely different ...
Matt Cutts from Google explains the effects of adding campaign tags to your links to make them trackable when transferring to a different page.
One way to make sure they are interepreted correctly is to add the reol="connonical" tag to your pages or google websmasters offers a great tool at www.google.com/webmasters that allows you to define what url parameters are inportant and what should be ignored.
Long and short of it.. Dont park your domains, Google have a "Parked Domain Detector" that basically tells google not to index the website into the search results as its parked.....
This basically means that if you have a parked domain its going to take you a lot longer to get your website re-indexed especially if its been parked for a while and is parked until you launch the website.
So, by all means park your domains..... if you dont mind paying for SEO thats going to have a lesser effect!
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