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Trending Photography appeal

Malkazoid ·
Hello @Brian Lenz Thanks for your vote on this appeal. I just wanted to discuss it with you a little bit because your comment on your vote did not sound like you were taking into account the systemic ramifications for accepting niches as unique because they have 'trending' added to an otherwise pre-existing niche. Your comment was: I of course see the distinction you are making. There is such a thing as a trend in any domain, and it is distinct from timeless or classical...
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Re: Trending Photography appeal

Brian Lenz ·
Hi @Malkazoid , First and foremost, Merry Christmas! I totally understand where you're coming from. If the niche was "Trending Photographs" then I would agree it's problematic. As named, Photography Trends doesn't have the same connotation in my mind. I do realize that the description mentions "Trending photos" which I think is sub-optimally described, but not inherently flawed to warrant rejection. I see very little risk of someone posting pictures of their cat to the Photography Trends...
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Erik Blair ·
I think the problem is one of succinctness, scarcity, and potency. If we allow endless variations of 'main topic' niches, then anyone could create 5 niches that were similar using the main topic niche and various qualifiers as prefixes, suffixes, and subtopics (ie. Oakland Trends, Oakland Now, Oakland Tomorrow, Today's Oakland, Our Oakland). Domain names are a reckless example of this. I understand having 'enough' or the 'more the merrier' niches create a higher revenue model and broadens...
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Re: Trending Photography appeal

Malkazoid ·
Hi @Brian Lenz ! Indeed, Merry Xmas - almost the end of Boxing Day now - to you and yours! It has been a very relaxed one here! Your post does help me understand how you reached your conclusion, thank you. My concerns remain, and I think your post acknowledges where the rub is, without, I think, realizing the importance of it: So there are two problems that compound each other. Photography is already widely synonymous for photos in people's minds Even without the description, many, and...
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