Some Domain taggers will submit nearly every tag category, regardless of the actual domain content. An example is vk.com, I'm looking at it in Domain Tagging. VK looks to be a social web site similar to facebook. However, VK has been suggested for every category. The thing is, ONE OpenDNS member has suggested 38 all on one day. (Such as Government, Parked Domains, and Academic Fraud - recently, on 6 June 2013). Such bulk suggestions might run up the member's score for suggestions but this activity clogs up the Domain tagging with non-sensical tagging.
Currently OpenDNS uses about 58 categories. I suggest a limit of maybe 10 at any one time. The idea of tagging, I believe, is to tag a domain for what it is set up for. Google is a search engine, though by entering certain search words you will get movies, government or porn to pop up. But no domain is designed on its own to cover every possible OpenDNS category!
Kudos to those who troll the web looking for unregistered domains. But make a serious jab at getting the suggested domain into appropriate categories. At that, on the outside, most domains would fit in less than ten.
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