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Sedo Parking Problem - blocked domains

Discussion in 'Sedo' started by Brassneck, Apr 7, 2011.

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  1. Brassneck United Kingdom

    Brassneck Well-Known Member

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    I noticed a big drop in my parking revenue recently. Having enquired with Sedo, I have been informed that a large chunk of my names have been blocked by Google from showing ads. They haven't been banned from index as I can still see them - simply they can't be monetised using google ads anymore.

    If anybody else has seen similar fall over last few weeks then might be worth contacting support. Sadly, Sedo can't tell me why they have been blocked.

    Stephen
     
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  3. Takwa United Kingdom

    Takwa Well-Known Member

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    I just got discontinued from their parking yesterday, my highest traffic domain is only 100 a month, and in total I get avg 15 euros a month for around 1000 domains, giving me a average of 1.5 cents per domain name.

    I stuck with them for so many years, now suddenly dropped a bomb on me, because their advertiser don't like my traffic? what traffic? mine is so minimal, should have left them years ago if it wasn't for their sales platform.
     
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    Just to confirm this is not a Sedo Parking Problem.

    The ad provider has decided that the traffic for your domains is not suitable for their parking feed.

    Unfortunately we do not know the reasons why they have decided this.

    The advertiser has blocked the domains not Sedo.

    You can still list them for sale in your account and the domains are not affected in any other way. You just cannot use this ad provider for parking.

    Kind regards

    Joanna
     
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