Update: The issue regarding my domain has been fixed and now the site at aisajib.com is up and running. Thanks to everyone who had patience during the downtime.

aisajib down I know many of my friends and audience are thinking why my domain is parked and where all my contents have gone. The fact is unexpected and an accident, but this is a short post on my personal blog to let all of my readers and valuable commentators know what exactly has happened to my domain.

I don’t know the exact time, but approximately two days or one ago, the domain aisajib.com had expired before I renewed it. For some strange reason, the continuous emails from the company I bought domain from were filtered as spam and went straight under my spam folder. That’s the only reason I forgot to renew the domain of my blog before it had expired.

Once expired, the domain will be parked for additional 30 days before making it available for others. And this is the period my beloved blog is going through. 😦

Any Action yet?

I have renewed my domain as soon as I noticed that my blog has gone down but unfortunately it didn’t take effect immediately. However, some time later my blog was back and now, according to the company my domain was bought from, aisajib.com is up and running. Reportedly, they are able to visit my site from their computers.

Strangely enough, I still cannot visit my blog as well as lots of others from different parts of the world. At first, I thought that it was a problem related to my ISP. However, now I have reports that say aisajib.com is still parked and the blog is still missing. Well, there’s a new issue then.

I plan to wait a few more time to see if my blog gets back. As said by the company, the problem is related to DNS update and may take time for everywhere to be available again. So, I need to wait and watch if the problem is solved automatically. If it doesn’t, I will try to do every possible task to return my blog to the world and start writing for you again.

Trust me, without that blog, I feel like I lost my heart, stage, audience, and everything.

One more point, your patience until my blog comes back is appreciated with all due respect and love.

Written by A. I. Sajib

I love writing about technology, life, and everything between. I love photographing people. I'm a Happiness Engineer at Automattic/WordPress.com. The best way to get to know more about me is through my blog at http://ais.blog

5 comments

  1. I did the exact same thing. My e-mails were going to my default e-mail address instead of my main one, so I didn’t get the warning notices. It took me a long time to get it all set back up, but in the end it was worth it. I’m with a new (American-I was with Melbourne IT) hosting service and I have a blog I can tie in to the site. It is SUCH a pain to have to deal with all this, though, I know, trust me. Some of my more fragile belongings did not make it through the days of my trying to get my operation back online lol. Specifically a ceramic pig. Anyway, I know your frustrations exactly. I’m just now getting my business going the way I want it to again, so it’s been a long haul. Now, I make sure I check that e-mail everyday, just in case. Good luck and let us know when you get it fixed.

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    1. Thanks for your comment and, more specifically, to comment as soon as it is published. I never got comments this fast!

      Anyway, it was your fault (Yep!) that you didn’t check your other email inbox. But mine was some technical glitch. I own several email accounts but for all these stuffs I use the same account. Instead of showing up at my inbox, the domain renewal notices were being filtered as spam by Gmail, I have no idea why.

      I think next time I should renew my domain one month prior to expiration date. I’m too much frustrated because these days, while my blog is inaccessible, I am losing lots of traffic/visitors from Search Engines. And if the downtime stays much long, I will eventually lose my Alexa Traffic Rank.

      Anyway, thank you one more time for your comment.

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  2. I have experience the same problem with a company domain I have worked for, and a blog deletion problem of my blogger blog. Google has delete my blog claiming that the blog has done a spam like activities, but there was nothing like that. Only some tweak I may did wrong within blogger blog code, but I followed all the suggestion from some experienced blogger are doing blog with blogger blog for so long. I have communicated to google for restore my blog, but still no hope from google.

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