Diet, celebrity diets fitness blog. Unique content, domain is 13 years old

Why are you selling this website?

I started it in 2006, so the domain name (.com) is 13 years old. The website contains about 5000 articles that I wrote myself. At its peak, the AdSense site generated about $ 5,000 per month and received about 10,000 hits per day.

All traffic is organic from Google, Bing, etc.

In 2015, I stopped pursuing other business interests. Currently, the site still receives organic traffic and earns some money with AdSense, averaging less than $ 100 a month.

How is it monetized?

AdSense, ClickBank

Is this site coming with social media accounts?


How long does it take to run this site?

I only pay for hosting / domain name and that's it. It runs on WordPress.

What are the challenges of running this site?

There are no challenges in itself, but due to their age and the quality / quantity of content, the website has great potential to be great again. It just needs a little love and new content.

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  1. mailcow rejects emails from the same domain

    I've installed mailcow and it works very well, but always rejects emails coming from the same domain name
    If Site domain.tld sends an e-mail from the contact form to info@domain.tld, the e-mail will be rejected
    Any ideas on how to solve this?

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dns – domain record redirection

I have the domain domain.smth and I have a page on Hosting.smth / ~ site /,

I would like to take over the content of the page Hosting.smth / ~ site / and show me when I type domain.smth,
I understand that I can not create CNAME records domain.smth, So I created it www.domain.smth but the CNAME record is only for Hosting.smth without the query string.

I have access to index.html on domain.smth Provider side, but I have no access to it .Access (so I can not rewrite the rule).

I can have (What is the hosting of a DNS redirect to this top page location), but if I put it in CNAME, it sends me to Hosting.smth Page.

Is there a way to enable this? Can TXT record send query string? (domain name)

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.COM vs newer domain extensions

I have a website with a new TLD. I'm not trying to advertise here, but listing the domain names is the only way to articulate this question.

I have registered both and I opted for the earlier, the shorter version for my website.

I wonder if potential visitors dislike the newer TLDs. Should I go with the .com, although it takes much longer? Are there any SEO implications for using the more obscure domain extensions?

I think my question is more anthropological / physico-logical than technical. I would like to hear from someone who has experience or has a strong opinion.

Domain events, CQRS, and dependency resolution in handlers

Currently: ASP.NET Core 2.2.

I did a lot of research in this topic (Domain Driven Design together with Clean Architecture):

DDD: Where are domain event handlers placed?

And I've seen a few DDD and Clean Architecture repos to better understand:

Some other topics:

(plus many other resources)

And I even flew over Vaughn Vernon's book.

I try to keep things as simple as possible. But there is something that I do not understand … If the aggregates themselves are supposed to trigger the domain events, How should we resolve the dependencies that the event handler needs to succeed?

Let me explain (this is my full understanding, if you would like to correct me):

Aggregates are responsible for organizing the event. They have an event bus that subscribes and publishes the events and handlers accordingly. So far, so good. The problem starts when you solve the dependencies of the handler.

As far as I understand, aggregates should not have external dependencies (this should be the layer responsibility of the application). Therefore, you must use a static method that triggers the event within the aggregate. Once raised, send it to the respective handler. But what happens if the handler itself has dependencies, such as a repository / service / processor that needs to be instantiated?

Would not I have to create a kind of factory that creates these dependencies? That means I could not use the IoC library to create dependencies for me, right?

I've been thinking about MediatR to process dispatches at the same level in the same domain because they're connected to my dependency resolver and automatically insert all dependencies. To achieve this, MediatR would have to be injected into the aggregate, breaking the principle of not having external dependencies.

One of the above GitHub links in the Ametista project triggers events in the application layer (command stack), not the aggregates.

Although this would violate the aggregate principle, the dependency problem has been solved. Another problem would be the duplication of domain events. You must re-implement the same event each time the criteria are met for this event to fire.

This just made me think … deep and brought me to the following (unchecked) solution (which I do not hope will work):

We implement the Service Locator pattern to integrate MediatR into a static class. We would introduce the Startup.cs service provider via a static method and property. I do not know if the shared static property is a good idea for the whole application. I also do not know if the service provider in a certain part of the app is disposed of or unavailable. I also do not know if I'm creating a consistent MediatR instance that can publish all events from the restricted context on a transaction-by-transaction basis (ie, all events triggered in the domain would function as the same transaction.) Within the same restricted context).

In Startup.cs:

// This method is called by the runtime. Use this method to configure the HTTP request pipeline.
public void Configure (IApplicationBuilder app, IHostingEnvironment environment, ILoggerFactory LoggerFactory)

StaticMediatR.LoadServiceProvider (app.ApplicationServices);

public class StaticMediatR
private static IServiceProvider _serviceProvider;

public static void LoadServiceProvider (IServiceProvider serviceProvider)
_serviceProvider = serviceProvider;

Public Static IMediator Mediator ()
using (var serviceScope = _serviceProvider.GetRequiredService)(). CreateScope ())
return serviceScope.ServiceProvider.GetRequiredService();


I have not tried the code yet … That's what I imagine

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