For those unfamiliar with domain mapping with the TypePad blogging service - it's a feature they provide which allows you to use a domain you have registered but are not currently using to access your Typepad site. In my case, domain mapping allows me to use www.example.com (which I had registered) as the URL for my example.typepad.com Typepad site.
The trouble is that since I did this, AdSense isn't properly picking up my site's content and is posting ads for either PSAs, domain name registration services or completely unrelated businesses. I don't have this problem when I use the example.typepad.com URL (which still stays active under domain mapping).
Is there any way to force AdSense to pick up the Typepad site? Thanks!
[edited by: Jenstar at 8:26 am (utc) on Jan. 30, 2005] [edit reason] examplified URLs [/edit]
I'll try the frame thing. TypePad splits up its page design with a main index and a sidebar. I'll embed text into the sidebar (where the ads are) and let that marinate a couple of days to see if that works.
hello: i have a type pad acccount and i am trying to use domain mapping so that my actual domain www.example.net will be pointing to the typepad account. my domain is registered with godaddy.com, and i have gone into the advanced DNS settings and changed the CNAME to the typepad account and i have waited about 3 days and the domain is not pointing to the typepad blog. i went in and added an alias? was this correct and then entered my typepad address? normally godaddy is extremely helpful but i recd one response that they would refer this problem to a "team leader", but i have not heard anything sense. any help would be appreciated. thank you!