Monthly Archives: August 2006

Selling links with class

Once upon a time it was enough to just break your homepage into pixels and sell them all for a million dollars to become the coolest linkbait on the net. Not anymore. With the amount of clones created for the …

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Ruby Tuesday Spammer Style

She would never say where spam came from TOS don’t matter cause it’s gone While the sun is out Or in the darkest night Noone knows She spams and goes Good bye SERPs relevance Who could spam the hell out …

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What’s Google doing with buy Viagra SERPs?

Checked G’s buy Viagra SERPs a couple hours ago and it said “Results 1 – 97 of about 147,000 for buy viagra“. The rest were in the omitted results, and #2, 3 and 4 were subdomains of the same domain. …

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Why it pays to register your name everywhere you go

.. or what happens if you let it run unattended. The real Scoble‘s blog The other Scoble Spot the difference, as they say The guy did a very modest job of the misleading similarity though, I guess if I had …

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Anti-.edu links campaign

So I see people slagging off .edu links a lot recently. I also know that people like to generalize, jump to conclusions and seek cureall solutions. So I think to myself, fine, very fine, the less competition non-creative spammers pestering …

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Blogs suck but some blogs suck worse than others

I haven’t been commenting on nearly as many blogs recently as I used to in the old days but I came across a post today that I really had somethng to say about. This was a blogger I’ve never seen …

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