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- David Trainham
July 18, 2004, 8:58 pm
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they really affective or just something to stay away from. In reality i
hate what i get in my email and my anti spam software is in use 24 hrs, but
once in awhile something very interesting squeks through and i find very
useful. The same with FFA, should you stay away from them and will you truly
get penalized by the search engines. One more question, and i hope i'm
following protocol for the newsgroups, how many pages can you submit to a
search engine? I heard Google and Yahoo only accept one from a website, but
what about the others.?
http://usaonlineshopping.com as seen on tv store
http://viralxtremecommunications.com Industry Low rates
Sincerely David Trainham
Re: email safelist
Stay away from them, the only result you're likely to see is a massive
increase in spam in your inbox.
Jeez, like, we'd know?
That's not really what you need to do these days. What you need is for
someone already indexed to link to you. Anywhere. Your site navigation
should be so effective that a spider can then easily crawl your site.
If it can, it will.
Re: email safelist
It depends. Do you wish to have thousands of angry vigilantes doing
everything in their power to punish you for being a spammer? If so,
Email Safelist is for you!
Do you want to get a flood of bogus orders and enquiries imitating
real customers and chewing up your time, but never actually sending
money because eating up spammer's time is the whole point? If so,
spamming may be just what you wish to do!
Do you want more traffic to your website? Not the piddling little
bits of traffic that represent customers, but the huge amount of
traffic that comes from dozens of computers hammering on your web
site to bring it down? If so, I recommend spamming!
Your webpages ( Http://viralxtremecommunication.com and
http://viralmarketingsolutions.com ) are down and have URLs
that are quite sugestive. Have you been spamming, David?