Google Base Stops Blocking Subdomains

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Last week, the team at Google Base announced a fix in their latest update, removing a glitch that disallowed bulk uploads that included subdomains.

The Google Base Blog reports:

Registering a URL in account settings is a requirement for submitting bulk upload files. Till recently, many people were prohibited from registering URLs that included subdomains. One example of a subdomain is http://groups.google.com/. If you registered http://groups.google.com/base-help-discussion/, nobody else could register a URL that included that subdomain. For example, http://groups.google.com/Froogle-Merchants/ could not be registered for another account even though it points to a different page.”

Google Base Operations’ Steven De La O says the problem was fixed in the latest update, so those operating online stores with subdomains shouldn’t have any problem from here on out.

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