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Google launches Coronavirus website

Google had a couple blips but has now released their coronavirus website. The website is currently only in English according to The Verge who covered the launch. Covid19.com is now pointing to Who.int with a ton of info From the article: The website is at google.com/covid19. It does have useful resources, including a card that […]

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Google banning ads on a host of government documents

Google is going to be banning ads on a whole host of categories that deal with government documents and other services. Mark Irvine at Wordstream reported that Google has long had a problem with those operating in a so-called grey area. They do not like people making money charging for a service that is otherwise […]

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Google banning ads on a host of government documents

Google is going to be banning ads on a whole host of categories that deal with government documents and other services. Mark Irvine at Wordstream reported that Google has long had a problem with those operating in a so-called grey area. They do not like people making money charging for a service that is otherwise […]

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.Com rankings: Google tops 3 million .com domains

Google hits a milestone. ICANN has published the latest official data from Verisign (NASDAQ: VRSN) about the .com namespace. This registrar-by-registrar report covers November 2019. Google’s domain name registrar hit the 3 million .com domain milestone. It continues to add over 100,000 domains a month with few outbound transfers, so this number will continue to […]

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The best paying Adsense niches for 2020

Elizaveta Shutova wrote a piece on SEMRush.com about the best AdSense niches for 2020. It’s a very long and thorough article that breaks down by different regions as well as niches. For those still parking names the article might help with some keyword tweaks and for those acquiring names in these niches the data will […]

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Google’s new search results pages: love it or hate it?

Desktop results still show the domain name but mobile results don’t. Google recently changed its desktop search results to look more like its mobile search results. This includes showing the site’s favicon, second level and top level domain, title, and snippet. It also bolds the ‘ad’ tag before ads. I’ll be honest, it’s giving me […]

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47-yo Alphabet CEO’s $224 Million Pay Package Versus 8-yo YouTuber’s $26 Million Payday

Today: Bitcoin, Millionaires, Billionaires, Crypto, Chinese Ponzi Scheme. NSA Data Leaks New Alphabet CEO is awarded $242 million pay package Eight-year-old tops YouTube list of high earners with $26 million Bitcoin’s failing price could be caused by $2B Chinese Ponzi scheme dumping its crypto FYI: FBI raiding NSA’s global wiretap database to

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As pricey .new launches, Google reveals first set of big-name users including rapper Drake

Google Registry has opened up its .new gTLD for registration for the first time, but whether you get to buy one or not will depend on a team of Google judges. The company opened up its “Limited Registration Period” on Monday, and it doing so revealed a bunch of early-adopter registrants including eBay, Bitly, Spotify, […]

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#Bodis will now display Google “blocked” status code for parked #domains

Bodis, a kind sponsor of DomainGang, announced a PPC industry first as far as domain status codes are concerned. Google, the primary ad feed provider for many pay per click providers, often blocks domains, that once parked, end up displaying no ads. Bodis will now display the “blocked” status, instead of leaving these domain names […]

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How Google Sabotaged Hotels (.com) and Other Exact Match Domain Names

Today: Is Hyundai’s Solar Charging Roof Better Than A Coal-Fired Tesla? Plus, Amazon Go, Cashierless Supermarkets, Democracy (.com),  Mark Cuban Buys Democracy.com The billionaire said he bought the  domain name this month “to make sure someone didn’t do something crazy with it.” Amazon Is Planning to Open Cashierless Supermarkets Next Year The technology powering

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