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- Jim Davenport
August 3, 2004, 2:35 am
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Technology after the hidden Spy-vs-Spy 1950's technology of the same
name. In 1950's parlance Micro Dots were very small ink dots which
when expanded actually contained thousands of bytes of information
unseeable to the human eye. Likewise, we have created a way to hide
large numbers of hyper-links on any given page which are invisible to
humans but are picked up by every Search Engine spidering the site.
For more information contact:
John F. Bevilaqua
We can direct you to a site using this technology or implement
an entire SEO Strategy for you using these techniques as part
of your new eCommerce site just like this one:
We dominated Overture, Google and AOLSearch using these
techniques, obtaining 5 out of the top 10 positions on average
for a selected group of keywords for a client.
An entire eCommerce website like this one using MicroDot
Technology is available for $5,000.00 if you provide the JPGs,
upload them and input the Product Descriptions and Categories.
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John F. Bevilaqua
Re: Using Micro Dot Technology to Create SEO Neural Links
And in 60s parlance, Micro Dots were little tabs of acid that deluded you
into thinking that you were seeing something really good.
To summarise the process:
Build, spam, get banned.
Anyone willing to pay $5,000 to corrupt the search engine methodology and
cheat their legitimate competitors deserves to be banned and, if there's any
justice, will be.
And we are supposed to think that a company which can boast of dishonestly
representing sites to the search engines will be entirely honest in its
dealings with its clients? The first deception of clients has already taken
place with the suggestion that this is anything other than the re-invention
of a method that has been developed, exposed and penalised several years
Then there's the cynical sacrifice of the site of a $5,000 paying client:
If Mr Davenport's organisation knows anything about search engines, he will
know that lowcalsweets is now living on borrowed time.
Mr Davenport - the contents of the sig do not apply in this case.
If you feel that any of the above is incorrect,
inappropriate or offensive in any way,
please ignore it and accept my apologies.
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