Google released its Better Ads Report 2015 and Mike O’Brien at Clickz.com brokedown the report. It seems that Google blocked 780 million bad ads in 2015. From ClickZ: Some of the main perpetrators include: More than 12.5 million pharmaceutical ads violating Google’s healthcare policy, which doesn’t allow misleading claims or products that haven’t been approved. Scammers – […]
Google finally acquired a domain name you thought it would have gotten well before its run on buying Alphabet domains, Alphabetinc.com. As we have been reporting Google since launching abc.xyz as the website for its holding company Alphabet, Inc has been acquiring all letter of the Alphabet they could get and now owns 20 of […]
Google bought several more “letter”.com’s yesterday picking up abcdefghijkl.com abcdefghijklm.com abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxy.com All registered in 2004. Since turning the domain world on its head buying abc.xyz Google now owns: ABCDEFGHI.COM ABCDEFGHIJ.COM ABCDEFGHIJK.COM ABCDEFGHIJKL.COM ABCDEFGHIJKLM.COM ABCDEFGHIJKLMN.COM ABCDEFGHIJKLMNO.COM ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP.COM ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR.COM ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRS.COM ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST.COM ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTU.COM ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV.COM ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWX.COM ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXY.COM ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ.COM Google doesn’t own: A.COM – not available AB.COM – owned by […]
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The Giardino Law Firm, Inc Google has just added another “Alphabet” domain name to its collection buying the domain name abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwx.com. The domain name was most recently owned by the The Giardino Law Firm, Inc of San Antonio and by a domainer in Tennessee before that. The domain has an original creation date of 2003. […]
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Google love affair for alphabet domain names continued yesterday as it bought the domain name ABCDEFGHIJK.com The domain name which was owned under privacy at the time, was owned by the Whois Foundation earlier this year and seems to have an original creation date of 2004. The domain name is another Google acquisition since acquiring […]
In a blog post today, Google introduced the world to the new Google+ “Today, we’re starting to introduce a fully redesigned Google+ that puts Communities and Collections front and center” “Communities, which now average 1.2 million new joins per day, and Collections, which launched just five months ago and is growing even faster. Whether it’s […]
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Its been an interesting couple of weeks for the .XYZ registry. It all started when Domainincite.com published a post on October 12th, talking about that .XYZ might block almost 40,000 domain names at the registry level on the request of China. That number of 40,000 words and phrases seemed to be reduced down to 12K […]
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We have written before about Google and their battle with certain European countries on the “right to be forgotten”. Google has contended that results should only be removed from the local country code results, so if someone from France makes a request, then the results no longer show on Google.fr. The E.U. would like to […]
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According to PCMag.com Google is rather peeved at Symantec for issuing fraudulent security certificates for numerous domains, including Google. This started out with just a few bad certs and then Google started looking into it themselves. Google found more bad certs than what Symantec first quoted, a few weeks later Symantec found more on their […]
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The new domain extension .XYZ has crossed the 1 Million domain name registration mark again. However now all of the “free” Network Solutions (NetSol) domain names that were stuffed into customers accounts on a non-automatic renewal basis have run their course. So all remaining Netsol registrations for an .XYZ domain exist because the owner paid […]
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