1and1 Help Centre Categories

print article

Geographic Location

Sites bidding on a location name should either share information about the location or advertise an event, attraction or accommodation there. Also, sites offering flights to, or transport in that location, may bid on the location name. The appearance of a place name on the Web site, regardless of prominence, does not qualify that place name as a search term.

Example: A site presenting listings of local events or attractions in London, England is a good match for the search term "London", however, a site advertising a business simply based in London would qualify for the search term "London business", but not for the search term "London".

Other Guidelines

Overview Adult Sites Brand Names Content Not Found Drugs Duplicate Search Terms Finance Sites Gambling Sites Geographic Location Insufficient Content Job/Employment Terms Marketplace & Language Product Component Questionable Legality Searcher Titles and Descriptions URLs Unacceptable Content Web Site Ownership What constitutes "substantial content"? What does not constitute "substantial content"? Zero Search Volume Terms