Month: September 2016

How To Check If Your Domain Is Banned In Adsense


Google Adsense is one of the most popular monetization service in the world. It is used by virtually everyone on the internet because of the quality of the ads, the timely payout compared to their competitors, and Google being one of the most famous advertising companies in the world. Many bloggers as well as parking companies will use Adsense as a way to generate income for the content they are providing. If you are planning on buying a domain or an existing website, it is a good idea to check if there is a ban placed on it from Adsense.

There are many ways to check if your domain is banned from Adsense. The quickest way to check is to go to the webpage and see if there are any ads. If there are no ads, there is a high chance the domain is banned from Adsense. There are websites that can check if a domain is currently banned from Adsense. One of my favorite sites to check for ban status is IsBanned. This site accurately told stated which of my sites were fine and which were banned from Adsense. I also tried other tools like CheckAdsenseBan and it was inaccurate. This site told me all my websites were ban despite only one of my site is currently banned. BannedCheck on the other hand told me all my sites were fine despite having a site that is currently banned.

If you are banned from Adsense, you can either try to fix your site to meet Google’s guidelines or move to a tier 2 ad network. You can read about Google’s Adsense Guidelines here. If your site does not meet the guidelines or Google never approved your account, you can try tier 2 networks like Zeropark or Media. There is a high chance that your domain revenue will not generate as much income as it did with Adsense.

Before submitting an appeal, take a careful look at your website for any violations to Google’s Guidelines. You can see the Adsense Terms and Conditions here. During the ban on your domain, take this opportunity to update and upgrade existing parts of you website before filing the appeal for a higher chance of being unbanned.

Link to submitting an Appeal for Adsense

TLD Domain Registration Analysis and Stats 2016


What does TLD stands for? A TLD or gTLD stands for “Top-level domain or generic Top-level domain”. When speaking of a top level domain, you are referring to what comes immediately after the dot. The most commonly registered gTLD are (.)com, (.)net, and (.)org. These gTLD are completely oversaturated and finding a great domain name can prove to be a difficult task. Many domainers and entrepreneurs are looking to invest in great names with different TLDs. The most registered non common TLDs in 2016 according to NTLDStats is:

  1. .XYZ       (6,516,512 registered)
  2. .Top       (3,682,703 registered)
  3. .Wang    (1,052,040 registered)
  4. .Win       (1,039,849 registered)
  5. .Club     (814,467 registered)
  6. .Site       (492,023 registered)
  7. .Vip        (460,260 registered)
  8. .Bid        (425,776 registered)
  9. .Online  (418,190 registered)
  10. .Link      (417,178 registered)

There is a lot of hype surrounding some of the newer TLDs like (.)VIP. This TLD is quite the story in China with over $6million dollar in 30 days invested according to DomainNews. According to DomainNews, there was over 400,000 domains registered in the first month of registration with the average domain costing $23,000. This Domain is currently ranked #7 on NTLDStats and it is ranked #15 on RegisteredStats. Registered Stats does not have the most up to date numbers on the domains, but it does include gTLD on the set of data they provide.

Another big TLD to hit the market is (.)xyz. Google recently invested in this TLD with Alphabet over the past year. The domain they chose was which generated a lot of interest in this TLD. The success of this TLD was not immediate due to the TLD not showing up in organic search result, but that issue has now been resolved. This is the fastest growing TLD and is the biggest TLD in the market right now according the NTLDStats. There are over 6 million domains registered under (.)xyz. One of the biggest selling point of this TLD might be that it only cost $1 to register on godaddy. Daniel Negari is the entrepreneur who started (.)xyz and is the current CEO of

However while all these new domains are making a huge impact on the domain market, (.)com is still the most registered TLD with 127,155,803 according to RegisteredStats. (.)com had the biggest gains in terms of domain registration with 37,198 domains registered out of 54,225.

With these numbers (.)com are still responsible for over 68% of all domains registered during this time period.

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General information on Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy


The Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy is a set of guidelines used resolve disputes due to the registration of similar domains. These policies were set in place for ICANN to protect the owners of a brand or trademark from a malicious third party. The UDRP applies to gTLDs like the common .com, .net, .org, as well as newer gTLDs like .asia, .biz, .info, .name, and many more.

To file a Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy, you must fulfill one of these requirements.

  • Not using the similar domain name or having any interest of using it.
  • The owner of the domain name is using the the domain name is damaging your trademark. (e.g. Using the domain name to advertise for a competitor, using the domain name to attract people to their website via redirect, and an attempt to resell the domain to the trademark owner for a large sum of money)
  • Using the domain as a way to confuse an individual that they are going to the correct web page. (Mimicking what the origin web page would look like)

This list of UDRP providers listed on ICANN’s webpage are the follow:

If you do not already have a trademark, you can apply for one at TradeMarkPlus. This webpage offers a trademark registration service.

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Genesis vs HashFlare vs Bitconnect Review- Crypto Mining Review 2017 with Promo Codes

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Crypto Currency has been surging in popularity as a form of secured currency. This type of currency can be store online via a wallet or on your computers hard-drive. There mining companies out there that will help you mind for these crypto currencies for a fee. These online mining companies typically offer an annual service, a life time service, as well as ethash.

SHA-256 is the life timing mining service that is offered by both Genesis Mining and HashFlare. These two companies also offer X11 which is an annual service and Ethash. The one difference between these companies is that HashFlare offers a Script service. The biggest distinction between these two companies is that Hashflare will limit you to Bitcoin mining while Genesis Mining will give you more options on where to allocate your resources. We have created a chart that highlights the difference between each mining speed. 1 kH/s means it will mine 1,000 hashes per second.

  • 1 MH/s is 1,000,000 hashes per second. (mega)
  • 1 GH/s is 1,000,000,000 hashes per second. (giga)
  • 1 TH/s is 1,000,000,000,000 hashes per second.  (tera)

Genesis Mining Plans

Life Time Mining Service (SHA-256)

$190 for 1 TH/s or $19 for 1 GH/s

The following currencies are mineable with this plan are BTC, UNO, BTCD, DASH, LTC, DOGE, and ZET.

X11 Mining Service (2 Years)

$8 for 1 MH/s

The following currencies are mineable with this plan are DASH, BTC, START, LTC, Doge, BTCD, PPC, NMC, Cure and XMR.

Use this code to receive 3% each order:

Genesis Mining Coupon Code: 0yNPlk

HashFlare Plans

Life Time Mining Service (SHA-256)

$160 for 1 TH/s or $16 for 1 GH/s.

You are limited to bitcoin on HashFlare.

X11 Mining Service (1 Year)

$6 for 1 MH/s

We have been testing Genesis Mining with their SHA256 service and we were able to make $9 in the month of August with a $180 investment mining various coins. That is $108 dollars a year or a 60% return on our investment.

If your looking for a different kind of investment with faster returns you can try Bitconnect.

BitConnect Return Rates

Bitconnect uses a trading robot that trades crypto coins each day and generates between 0.75% and 3% per day.  Yes per day.  So your bank offers about 0.25% per year and some online banks offer 1% per year Bitconnect offers 0.75% each day.  It works a bit like a CD where you have to keep the money with them for 299 days.  Minimum investment is only $100 USD and from that you should generate about $0.75 per day which is about $22 per month.  So you double your money at that rate in about 4 to 5 months compared to around 18 months with mining.  There are many of these types of daily interest offers that are scams and we have tested a few which do not let you take your bitcoin back (bitmagnet is one of these scams) however bitconnect has about $35 million into it and we have tested it and found it to be legit.

Still no reason to dump your life savings in here but with a small $100 or $1000 investment you can make a nice return.  The more you invest the less time they hold the investment. Plus you get 7% of the deposit of anyone you refer.





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