The Future is Here: Exploring the Possibilities of Doing Business with AI (Part 12) – AdSense and Caching

Unfortunately, AdSense continues to complain about our micro business website, However, it is possible that their checks are based on an outdated version that was last crawled by Google a few weeks ago. We suspect this because the new URLs we have added are not yet recognized by Google in the webmaster tools. To verify this, we can utilize the URL inspection service for confirmation.

To correct the situation, we have taken the step of resubmitting our page for indexing, and it is currently in the queue for processing. Surprisingly, Bing has been significantly faster in this regard, as our new URL patterns and pages have already been indexed by their search engine.


We are currently experiencing low traffic on our website and are still working on improving some fundamental aspects. However, it is interesting to note that despite the limited traffic, we are already receiving visitors through search queries. Apart from the image quality, search engine optimization (SEO) will play a crucial role in the success of our business. We anticipate that users will mostly search for specific coloring images rather than remembering our website or its URL.

We haven’t identified any competitors who are utilizing detailed descriptions for their images, which leads us to believe that incorporating textual descriptions will be crucial. In our upcoming blog post, we will delve into using Google Trends to provide images that are currently popular and engaging for our customers.


The design of our website,, is intentionally kept simple. We have implemented a single db.json structure to store all the images and their respective descriptions. However, a potential issue arises due to the caching of these files, which can lead to outdated content being displayed. To address this, we have made modifications to our .htaccess file. By setting a maximum caching duration of 1 day, we aim to ensure that recurring users always have access to the most recent coloring images we offer.

<IfModule mod_expires.c>
    ExpiresActive On
    ExpiresByType application/json "access plus 1 day"

<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
    RewriteEngine On
    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
    RewriteRule ^(.*)$ /index.html [L]

Please note that the .htaccess code has been generated by ChatGPT. Also, we used ChatGPT to correct the content of this blog post.

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