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Discussion in 'Co-op Advertising Network' started by leeds1, Oct 23, 2004.

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    Hi DP

    I have set up 2 accounts for 2 domains:

    www.118student.co.uk
    and
    www.118student.co.uk/uk/


    and

    www.teneric.co.uk/forums/
    and
    www.teneric.co.uk/uk/
    SEMrush
    I did this because I have other non php stuff that I could not post the ads on (so I couldn't just lump them all under the root domain) so I split them up into the relevent parts.

    The ad network managed to work that out so it wasn't at all duplicated.

    I just looked at my accts and it seems that some are locked out.

    What can I do about sites that are like this ? The ads are still showing on all parts.

    If you look at the pages indexed in G manually you'll see that your networks code is actually very accurate and does not double count - the thing you have with the other guy deliberately duplicating is something entirely different.
     
    leeds1, Oct 23, 2004 IP
    SEMrush
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    Well, technically it was always suppose to be one account per domain. Mainly because people could get around the page limit cap that way. For example creating accounts for http://www.digitalpoint.com/tools/ , another for http://www.digitalpoint.com/lists/ and another for http://www.digitalpoint.com/products/ . Since the pages in URL cap is per account.

    Now because of the other issue, it's automatically being enforced. Also, your first example should never have been setup (even if multiple accounts per domains were allowed) because the /uk/ URL is inclusive within the root URL.
     
    digitalpoint, Oct 23, 2004 IP