Expired Domain - NOOBIE QUESTION

Jul 3rd, 2020
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  1. Expired Domain - NOOBIE QUESTION
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  14. It's been two months I built a website using expired domain and added to webmasters. still their links are not visible on webmasters
  16. may be the expired domain is SPAMMED and Penalized by Google so it may NEVER get indexed. Check the Clean history of the domain
  18. No it is not deindexed. .. I make the website live and it is ranking on google searching engine
  19. Also monetized with adsense.. .It is generating revune as well
  20. I remember reading somewhere that WMT doesn't show every link that they are aware of....just some/most of them.
  21. Web Hosting Services Provider Maine Hosting Solutions Acquires Seattle-based Provider eHost
  22. Web hosting services provider Maine Hosting Solutions (MHS) has acquired Seattle-based provider eHost. Maine Hosting Solutions, which has headquarters in Bath, Maine, United States, was established in 1996. The company “offers a broad range of services including web hosting, design, programming and promotion” and caters to a local customer base that includes “small businesses and Maine Guides”. It also caters to global clients that include individuals and businesses. MHS’ hosting options include traditional web hosting alongside WordPress and managed WordPress hosting options, dedicated servers (and server management), and Search Engine Optimization (SEO) services. eHost represents a perfect fit to MHS’ business.
  24. Maslow 2.0 pic.twitter.com/X1OguQG8Gq— ian bremmer (@ianbremmer) October 7, 2020
  25. eMarketer stated Google will have more mobile ad revenue than desktop ad revenue in the US this year. They also predicted Google & Facebook will consume over 2/3 of US online ad spend within 2 years.
  26. The central network operators not only maintain an outsized share of revenues, but also maintain an outsized share of profits. When the home team gets a 30% rake of any sale it is hard for anyone else to compete. Even after buying and gutting Motorola Google bought part of HTC for $1.1 billion. The game plan has never changed: commoditize the compliment to ensure user data & most of the profits flow to Google. Put up arbitrary roadblocks for competing services while launching free parallel offerings to drive lock-in.
  27. For the last YEAR I've been battling App Store rejections - we made an app called Animoji with animated emojis...now I know why. https://t.co/jKJXfLMGj2— Ryan Jones (@rjonesy) September 9, 2020
  28. Central data aggregators can keep collecting more user data & offer more granular ad distribution features. They can tell you that this micro moment RIGHT NOW is make or break:
  29. it's intended to create a bizarre sense of panic among marketers - "OMG, we have to be present at every possible instant someone might be looking at their phone!" - which doesn't help them think strategically or make the best use of their marketing or ad spend.
  30. The reality is that if you don't have a relationship with a person on their desktop computer they probably don't want your mobile app either.
  31. If you have the relationship then mobile only increases profits.
  32. Is iOS 11 specifically designed to make your older iPhones unusable and drain your battery so you have to upgrade to the newest phones?— Eric Jackson (@ericjackson) October 7, 2020
  33. Many people attempting to build "the next mobile" will go bust, but wherever the attention flows the ads will follow.
  34. Those with a broad & dominant tech platform can copy features from single-category devices and keep integrating them into their core products to increase user lock-in. And they can build accessories for those core devices while prohibiting the flow of data to third party devices to keep users locked into their ecosystem.
  35. Smaller Screens, Shallower Attention
  37. People often multi-task while using mobile devices.
  39. When multi-tasking it is easier to accidentally click an ad. This happens 10s of billions of times a year:
  40. This year, in-app mobile ad spend will reach $45.3 billion, up $11 billion from last year, according to eMarketer. And apps are where the money is at for mobile advertising, comprising 80 percent of all U.S. media dollars spent on mobile.
  41. But multi-tasking means doing almost everything else worse. The "always on" mode not only increases isolation, but also lowers our ability to focus:
  42. "while our phones offer convenience and diversion, they also breed anxiety. Their extraordinary usefulness gives them an unprecedented hold on our attention and vast influence over our thinking and behavior. ... Not only do our phones shape our thoughts in deep and complicated ways, but the effects persist even when we aren't using the devices. As the brain grows dependent on the technology, the research suggests, the intellect weakens. ... when people hear their phone ring but are unable to answer it, their blood pressure spikes, their pulse quickens, and their problem-solving skills decline. ... As the phone's proximity increased, brainpower decreased. ... Anticipating that information would be readily available in digital form seemed to reduce the mental effort that people made to remember it.
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