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A week later I received 'inclusion refused' error#13 ***.
***? My site is for a normal business and hasn't even got any bare flesh showing!
I emailed the help-desk and they said there were 'technical problems' and they would re-submit. No problem, I'm finally in.
Last week I checked my placings and I'm invisible on Teoma.
Email again, why am I droppped?
Inclusion refused error number13, not *** this time, but for additional evaluation of content. I assume that's a euphamism for ***.
My site includes a lot of the letter x in it's text (that's Oxford not sex) and wonder if this is what's triggering the caution.
Anyone else been up this road?
i just had a look at your site, whether it was crawlers looking for a sequence of term, or whether it was a human editor, it looks very adult orintated.
I would suggest dropping the pink on black, the adult websites that do exist, use this and the first thing i thought when i opened your site up was xxx. It does not matter what the contents are! I would suggest a redesign of your site.
Obviously it is commercial, hence you have to take the sleziness away from your site, i know that sounds creul, but you are working against the association with the adult web industry which for years, has gripped the net, with email harvesting, SEO spamming techniques, you would belive, and every other thing that is unethical regarding the web.
Hence, you need to completly disassociate your commercial site selling womens underwear, from xxx.
one thing that has been brought up in private conversations is the photographic policies of the manufacturer and the range of tolerance levels in various communities as to what is and is not considered p****graphic. This can basically go one way or the other considering the nature of the product.