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- Reporting the Garbage Generators
April 10, 2006, 6:28 pm
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and MSN. Unlike most of these clowns, this outfit created sophisticated
pages that simulate content with keyword packing and lots of
cross-linking. Engines seem to do a good job of catching and
downranking bogus sites with NO REAL CONTENT, but how does the user
community assist in reporting them?
As example, the folks at 10xmedia.com run 3 sites insideFinances.com,
grabRealEstate.com, insideRealEstate.com. You search for Estero (or
some city name) Real Estate and get a page with someone's picture and
links to their site surrounded by a bunch of computer-generated garbage
with city keywords sprinkled in the text. Every customer site is the
same garbage and not real content.
How will search engines start adjusting for boiler-plate content that
spoofs them into high rankings? There are more of these charletans
How do we assist them in identifying those sites?
Re: Reporting the Garbage Generators
You can report all of them as spam in one go...
This ensures or at least motivates someone (not a crawler) to have a look and
judge the site from a human perspective. Remain succinct and punctual. Give
pointers to the vilest violations.
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