__/ [ Paul B ] on Saturday 06 May 2006 17:23 \__
> On 6 May 2006 09:09:11 -0700, christian9997@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
>>A company is using different domain names to monopolise the Adwords
>>positions for given words. They've got the name of their company ending
>>with .com the name of their company ending with .ch (Switzerland domain
>>name) and an alias that's the name of the service they are offering. As
>>they are taking up 3 slots instead of 1 they are preventing other
>>companies from having a chance to appear.
>>Is this permitted? If not how can I contact Google for them to take
>>I find this behaviour pathetic.
> Techinally, they could be seen as different sites, so I guess they
> are within the rules.
> But, are they duplicate sites ? Is so, report them for that instead.
> I guess only google knows the answers.
Google would be put in a tough position nonetheless:
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