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Blocked Domains is live

Discussion in 'Yahoo Search Marketing' started by YahooPete, Oct 15, 2007.

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    Hi there,

    I just want to let you know that the Blocked Domains feature, which I mentioned in a previous post http://forums.digitalpoint.com/showthread.php?p=4680410#post4680410 , feature is live.

    Initially, Blocked Domains will be available in the US and Korea. We plan to roll out Blocked Domains in other markets next year. I’ll keep you posted.

    Thanks for all the feedback!
    YahooPete, Oct 15, 2007 IP
  2. andrej

    andrej Well-Known Member

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    Could you provide us with the complete list of all Yahoo partner sites (domains) so that I can block them all in order to start receiving traffic from Yahoo.com only?

    And how does it work with parked domain names on which my ads also show?
    andrej, Oct 16, 2007 IP
  3. YahooPete

    YahooPete Peon

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    Hi “Andrej,”

    Due to the large number of distribution partners in our network, we are unable to provide you with a complete list of our partner sites. Some examples of our larger distribution partners include:
    • AltaVista
    • Amazon.com
    • eBay.com
    • Infospace.com
    • iVillage.com
    • MTV.com
    • NBC.com
    • NickJr.com

    As for “parked domains” --what we call “domain-name partners”-- just submit the URL to block it. Please note that the Yahoo! domains cannot be blocked.

    Hope this helps.
    YahooPete, Oct 16, 2007 IP
  4. Comenius

    Comenius Peon

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    Glad to see this is available. I hope I don't fill up all 250 slots, though!

    I've been appalled at how many MFA sites apparently are running Yahoo ads. At least with the block list they can only scam me once before I prevent them from doing so again.
    Comenius, Dec 1, 2007 IP