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    I just read an article in our local paper regarding this.
    Big Daddy can detect if a web page is original or a duplicate and should stop customers being directed to porn! Anyone read this?

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    Yes ... and it's about time they setup additional methods to detect this crap.
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    I believe that the SE's are missing a great opportunity to help clean this up by not coming on board here. I think most of us affilates would more then be glad to advise them when we come across a suspect site. It would mean a open channel and not the current system they have now when one trys to contact them. Lets face it I run a number of Google ads and I am not being treated fairly when it comes to proper placement. Lets face it, it's a win win situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mailman
    I believe that the SE's are missing a great opportunity to help clean this up by not coming on board here. I think most of us affilates would more then be glad to advise them when we come across a suspect site. It would mean a open channel and not the current system they have now when one trys to contact them. Lets face it I run a number of Google ads and I am not being treated fairly when it comes to proper placement. Lets face it, it's a win win situation.
    Haiko, send out an invite to them!
    Personally, I think affiliates are the last people Google should be asking for help in eliminating spam. Affiliates are most known for their spammy techniques and poor quality sites. Plus Google is the type of company that will rely on an algorithm before they rely on user feedback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mailman
    I just read an article in our local paper regarding this.
    Big Daddy can detect if a web page is original or a duplicate and should stop customers being directed to porn! Anyone read this?
    I posted two links to the blogs in google about this gadget down below in the google threads; don't remember that, exactly (awful long reads) but there is more infrastructure to work with on these particular datacenters. I'm thinking the "local" aspect more . . . and the much higher number of sites they're handling.

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    Big Daddy can detect if a web page is original or a duplicate
    Does it involve affiliate redirects too?
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    I thought G already devalued duplicate content. Finding out who deserves credit for the 'original' is a tricky business though.

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    Haiko, send out an invite to them!
    Please, don't!
    They can spew their propaganda elsewhere.

    We should be filling their index full of affiliate sites. Not drinking the GG kool-aid.

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    I look at my logs and there's is even more newer scraper sites out there, google need to deny these f'kers a chance.

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    This is what I meant to have a Google forum here. Have you ever tried to contact someone at Google? We could then advise them of the culpits and where to find them. There are sites that are using my domain name as well as the search terms. Most of them are unrelated and should be banned. Who and how do you tell Google?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mailman
    This is what I meant to have a Google forum here. Have you ever tried to contact someone at Google? We could then advise them of the culpits and where to find them. There are sites that are using my domain name as well as the search terms. Most of them are unrelated and should be banned. Who and how do you tell Google?
    They encourage you to submit this form:

    http://www.google.com/contact/spamreport.html

    Matt Cutts was talking about this a while back and said Google does investigate each spam report that's submitted.

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