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Can we get GoDaddy onboard ?

Post by Telnic on Tue 30 Dec 2014, 6:21 pm

mikeseaton05-06-2012 04:58 PM




Can we get GoDaddy onboard ?
 
GoDaddy UK have just asked me to become an affiliate of theirs via http://www.CJ.com

It's a good offer - 3 month & 7 day EPC (average earnings per hundred clicks) figures are nearly $100 and the Cookie Period (time during which you get credit for a sale even if the buyer goes direct to GoDaddy after the first clickthrough from your site) is 45 days.

I have accepted their offer and will be promoting GoDaddy domain registration and web hosting soon - I just wish Telnic / Telnames could convince GoDaddy to carry .tel as well !

Kash - is it possible you could do this - GoDaddy are reputed to be the world's largest registrar - .tel needs to get them onboard !

Mike Seaton

supercyberheroes05-11-2012 02:02 PM




You know that godaddy does not want to know anything about .tel so, I believe they will no join .tel soon.

BTW I know that your net-link.com website is powered by a google custom search engine, but could you please tell me if that website (net-link.com) is build on google free website, or your build it and pay hosting services. I want to know it because I wish to build a website powered by google custom search engine, but do not worry I am not going to build one like you with web, facebook, twitter, google+ may be something like that but with different content 100%.

Regards 
http://supercyberheroes.tel

mikeseaton05-11-2012 02:18 PM




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Originally Posted by supercyberheroes (Post 23495)
BTW I know that your net-link.com website is powered by a google custom search engine, but could you please tell me if that website (net-link.com) is build on google free website, or your build it and pay hosting services. I want to know it because I wish to build a website powered by google custom search engine, but do not worry I am not going to build one like you with web, facebook, twitter, google+ may be something like that but with different content 100%.


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Yes, that's how I do it with http://www.Net-Link.com

Mike Seaton[/size]

supercyberheroes05-11-2012 02:36 PM




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Originally Posted by mikeseaton (Post 23497)
Yes, that's how I do it with http://www.Net-Link.com

Mike Seaton



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Thank very much Mike for your answer, but could you please tell me if you use google free website or you build it and hosting it, them embed code etc.

I still I have a lot information to read at google custom search.

Thanking you in advance

Regards.

http://supercyberheroes.tel[/size]

mikeseaton05-11-2012 02:51 PM




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Originally Posted by supercyberheroes (Post 23498)
Thank very much Mike for your answer, but could you please tell me if you use google free website or you build it and hosting it, them embed code etc.


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@supercyberheroes - I did highlight the answer for you in bold print in the quote of post #3 !

If I was starting from scratch to build a search engine I wouldn't actually use Google Custom Search.

The reason for this is that the search results are displayed following a Javascript call to Google, so the content displayed is not actually part of the page as far as search engines reading it are concerend.

This means that you can't use the page content as part of pages that will themselves appear in search engines for the query specified - to do this you need to read the search results in something like XML format and then embed this physical data on the page yourself.

I may get around to changing http://www.Net-Link.com to operate like this when I have more time !

Mike Seaton[/size]

supercyberheroes05-11-2012 02:55 PM




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Originally Posted by mikeseaton (Post 23499)
@supercyberheroes - I did highlight the answer for you in bold print in the quote of post #3 !

If I was starting from scratch to build a search engine I wouldn't actually use Google Custom Search.

The reason for this is that the search results are displayed following a Javascript call to Google, so the content displayed is not actually part of the page as far as search engines reading it are concerend.

This means that you can't use the page content as part of pages that will themselves appear in search engines for the query specified - to do this you need to read the search results in something like XML format and then embed this physical data on the page yourself.

I may get around to changing http://www.Net-Link.com to operate like this when I have more time !

Mike Seaton



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Yes you're right I did not see it highlight, thanks mate.
Regards[/size]

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