Discussion in 'NameDrive' started by mat, Dec 11, 2007.
sexymonkey / co / uk
bit over the top isnt it?
I have been contacted by several guys in the UK about blocked domains, and we believe it is a misunderstanding. We are working to get this rectified asap. Until we can rectify it or know that we cannot help any further, we will cover any loss in earnings due to the domains being blocked.
i had student-forums.co.uk blocked So ive stuck up a quick site for now....
As I said in person over MSN yesterday, that was a different issue as it was more likely to have been because of the previous behaviour of the domain before you regged it, what with all those students clicking on ads and such, rather than the term being deemed offensive.
i know but come on, how can you stop people clicking? thats the point in parking to get unique clicks (am i right).
Not if the clicks were being made abusively. Like I say, that was the only reason I could see for that domain being blocked.
yes and i agree ed on abusive clicks on the previous domain owner, but a new domain owner should at least get chance to verify they are new owners. instead google just emails you and says blocked with now real proof or explanation as to why.
i really hope google doesnt make this a habit of new domains caught by catchers now as it will certainly not help the parking industry.
and this isnt anything against namedrive as you all do a great job.
I've had a domain of mine blocked. It's a single word generic term, and has confounded Ed
however, I have to say, Ed's been on the ball as usual, and replied to my emails with due haste. I understand we're awaiting to hear from google for now, but if not, so be it!
I've just had sixtyniner .co.uk blocked!!!!!!
Whats going on? It's only had 9 views in the last 30 days so whats the problem?
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