[DNS] Monetised

[DNS] Monetised

From: Charlie McCormack <charlie§mccormack.net.au>
Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2006 17:57:50 +1000
What about if you were to write about a dwarf who in its adventures went to
banks and shops that are real life banks and shops?

It contains stories about dwarfs.

Or should it be a whole history on dwarfs?




> -----Original Message-----
> From: dns-bounces+charlie=mccormack.net.au&#167;dotau.org [mailto:dns-
> bounces+charlie=mccormack.net.au&#167;dotau.org] On Behalf Of
> DomainNames.com.au
> Sent: Thursday, 7 September 2006 3:38 PM
> To: '.au DNS Discussion List'
> Subject: Re: [DNS] Monetised
> 
> Lets assume that www.dwarfs.com.au has content that promotes banking,
> cars,
> sex, food etc and a person types in www.dwarfs.com.au into the browser and
> gets this "monitised" page, are you saying that a person looking for
> dwarfs
> would not be also interested in banking, cars, sex, etc.
> 
> I personally think that other content is very usefull as I don't think
> this
> person would be solely obsessed with dwarf manufacturers and I would say
> probably at times drives to a "bank" in his "car" to withdraw some money
> to
> pay for "sex, food, etc"
> 
> Therefore the site would be very relevant to his needs
> 
> sasha
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: dns-bounces+mail=domainnames.com.au&#167;dotau.org
> [mailto:dns-bounces+mail=domainnames.com.au&#167;dotau.org] On Behalf Of David
> Jones
> Sent: Thursday, 7 September 2006 3:30 PM
> To: .au DNS Discussion List
> Subject: Re: [DNS] Monetised
> 
> I doesn't matter how much you try and twist the
> concept around the policy states
> 
> a) the content on a monetised website must be related
> specifically and predominantly to the domain name; and
> 
> For example, a monetised website at www.dwarfs.com.au
> would need to contain information and advertising
> links about dwarfs and/or dwarf manufacturers and
> suppliers. If the website contained information and
> advertising links about people in general including
> dwarfs, then it would not be acceptable under the
> close and substantial connection rule.
> 
> How does http://www.dwarfs.com.au/office-lease.htm
> have any relation to dwarfs.
> 
> Every time you reply to a post you remove the relevant
> data and focus on other matters as a way of making the
> subject laughable. Perhaps you should stay on topic.
> 
> DJ
> 
> 
> --- "DomainNames.com.au" <Mail&#167;DomainNames.com.au>
> wrote:
> 
> > A dwarf is a short humanoid creature in Norse
> > mythology as well as other
> > Germanic mythologies, fairy tales, fantasy fiction
> > and role-playing games.
> > Its plural was traditionally dwarfs, but fantasy
> > author J. R. R. Tolkien
> > used the plural dwarves, which has gone into general
> > usage. Dwarves are much
> > like humans, but generally living underground or in
> > mountainous areas. Here
> > they have heaped up countless treasures of gold,
> > silver, and precious
> > stones, and pass their time in fabricating costly
> > armour. They are famed
> > miners and smiths although, like humans, they
> > specialise in any number of
> > trades. Generally shorter than humans, they are on
> > average stockier and
> > hairier, usually sporting full beards. Dwarvish
> > smiths created some of the
> > greatest and most powerful items of power in Norse
> > mythology, such as the
> > magic chain which bound the wolf, Fenris.
> >
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: dns-bounces+mail=domainnames.com.au&#167;dotau.org
> >
> [mailto:dns-bounces+mail=domainnames.com.au&#167;dotau.org]
> > On Behalf Of David
> > Jones
> > Sent: Thursday, 7 September 2006 3:16 PM
> > To: .au DNS Discussion List
> > Subject: Re: [DNS] Monetised
> >
> > --- Charlie McCormack <charlie&#167;mccormack.net.au>
> > wrote:
> >
> > > Would that be walking shoes as in a covering for
> > the
> > > foot be that human or
> > > otherwise, brake shoes, horseshoes or some other
> > > shoe? From my understanding
> > > there are over 20 different meanings for the word
> > > shoe.
> > >
> > > If you went to shoes.com.au and did not find that
> > it
> > > was what you thought it
> > > would be, would you still be unhappy with the
> > > registrant for not displaying
> > > the information *you* expected?
> >
> > Thats why there is a "reasonableness test". I have
> > no
> > problem if the site  contains information relating
> > to
> > shoes.
> >
> > Lets take for example dwarfs.com.au which has
> > miraculously changed its content since my last post.
> >
> > As the "website" consists of 1000s of pages
> >
> > eg
> > http://www.dwarfs.com.au/walt-disney-hotel.htm
> > http://www.dwarfs.com.au/indie-rock-bands.htm
> > http://www.dwarfs.com.au/babies.htm
> > http://www.dwarfs.com.au/real-estate-lease.htm
> >
> > etc etc
> >
> > You cannot say that the website contains
> > predominantly
> > information about or related to dwarfs in whatever
> > context you wish to portray dwarfs as.
> >
> > a) the content on a monetised website must be
> > related
> > specifically and predominantly to the domain name;
> >
> > I think the word here is "WEBSITE"
> >
> > Wikipedia
> > "A website (or web site, according to Associated
> > Press
> > guidelines) is a collection of web pages, typically
> > common to a particular domain name or subdomain on
> > the
> > World Wide Web on the Internet."
> >
> > I don't care if you only have a single page or
> > several
> > pages containing predominantly information related
> > to
> > dwarfs. You can keep the domain and you are abiding
> > by
> > the policy. However you won't make much money out of
> > it. But as it stands if you are using "fabulous" to
> > monetise these domains then every page with non
> > dwarf
> > related content is diluting the information related
> > to
> > dwarfs and thus reducing your entitlement to the
> > domain.
> >
> > So do the previously mentioned domains abide by
> > policy. I think not
> >
> > DJ
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
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