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    If I optimize my site for search engine in ways search engine doesn't like (spam), will I be affected me as a publisher of CJ?

    Optimize -> higher rank -> more traffic -> more sales -> more money.

    Is it possible for search engine to complaint to CJ and ask CJ to cancel my account? What is CJ stand on this? The publisher or the search engine?

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    why would SE report to CJ, they can just ban you if they want.

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    I don't afraid to get ban since I am prepared to, what I want is some fast cash with CJ with the spam that will surely get ban by SE. So I want to make sure the money I get in the spam period is safe.

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    RedFish,
    That's just the kind of crap that makes everything more difficult on all of us.
    Spend your time on something that has long-term benefits.

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    Read the TOS of CJ and that of the merchants with whom you intend to do business. Many of them forbid any type of spam and have penalties they may impose, such as booting your ass out with no commissions. Don't be a fool hoping to make a fast buck before you are caught. You have just alerted them to you intentions.



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    I didn't spam them, I send them well targeted traffic and potential customers.

    SE could ban me. But not CJ nor do advertisers.

    Haven't you see redirect to CJ advertiser appearing top #10 in search results. It is so common.

    Spam = Overly optimize for SE. The spam goes to the SE, not CJ. Keep this in mind.

    It takes a lot of kwowledge/effort/time to spam, if it is easy, everybody have done it.


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    quote:
    It takes a lot of kwowledge/effort/time to spam, if it is easy, everybody have done it.


    Get a grip on reality Redfish.

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    I heard, you can make make real "fast bucks" in the porn industry, as it seems that's what you're after. Idiot!

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    I think RedFish means SE Optimization, but the word he has got about is spam.

    or do you really want to "Spam the SEs?" Javi just said some golden words - "Success is a marathon, not a sprint...". I think SE spamming will not get you anywhere in the long run.

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    SamBay, I am not in the porn industry. You must have surf too much porn that's why you see too many spam. (joking)

    SE spammers are just kind of SEO experts. They try to rank their site higher by using strategies where SE doesn't like because they are challenging thei SE algorithm. There is nothing wrong in exploiting a SE weakness. This will only help the SE R&D guys to create better algorithm for their SE in the future to prevent more spam.

    There are lots of tricky stuff most people do such as having multiple domains, having lots of dirty inbound links, interlinking thei own sites, tricky redirect, hidden links ... the SE is opened to so many of such challenge/exploit.

    Didn't you have competitors who did that? On my field there are just too many (again, I doesn't promote stuff like porn or gambling ), and I have never SPAM a SE in my life. But I am not happy with what my competitors did.

    And spammers do take their risk getting their site ban, so the game ain't that easy and fun.

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    Affiliates that spam the search engines give us ALL a bad name. Stop being so lazy and spend some time building quality sites!

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    I love spam. All this talk made me hungry so I opened a can. Here's what you do:

    Slice off two pieces and pan fry until just starting to brown.

    Take two slices of bread and apply a generous layer of mustard, then a sprinkling of chopped olives.

    Add the fryed spam and (drool, slurp) you've got the best midnight snack going.

    (I can hear the stampede to all the ABW kitchens now!)

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    quote:
    SE spammers are just kind of SEO experts


    Lol quite the opposite, SE spammers are those that can't get results by playing by the rules they are either to dumb or to lazy, which one are you? I wish cj and other networks would ban sites that give us all a bad name.

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    > SE spammers are those that can't get results by playing by the rules they are either to dumb or to lazy

    Wow, I bet you are a SE Spammer since you are either too ... or too ...

    I think we should close this topic, since everyone are over sensitive on this topic.

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