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Optimizing Names That Are “Too Generic”


Choosing how to develop a high value generic domain name can have pitfalls if the name is

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    Mike O'Connor

    Hi Elliot, here’s the answer to your question about bar.com — one thing that happened during that “toggling” period is that bar.com got itself banned by Google. I’m not really sure what caused that, but I decided to remove a variable so I went to a traditional “forward the domain to DotZup” approach rather than gucking it up with my little PHP script. Since the drinking-bar stuff is what’s behind the domain by default at DotZup, that’s what there.

    If anybody knows a good approach to putting a domain back into Google’s good graces, let me know! :-)

    August 2nd, 2007 at 10:50 am