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    Google needs to get with the program

    http://www.google.com/search?q=Welko...n&lr=&safe=off

    I got a couple hits for a certain keyword I've been targetting and I scoped it out. Apparently "Susan" has been hitting that keyword... and every other possible keyword, for good measure.

    There's tons of .be domains with that duplicate content garbage in it.

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    It's showing 920,000 for that search for me where I am.

    Just goes to show that the way to get results in Garble now days is to have a lot of spam pages.

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    And using Google owned Blogger.

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    LOL.... not one piece of original spam. All blog content is scraped from outside sites and then added to by the Blog Spam Bots...
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    I particularly like the part where she has comments as to how great her blog is!

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    I like how the comments are exactly the same on every page.

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    Wow,

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    G's love affair w/blogs is causing some of these problems IMO.

    Most blogs are on subdomains. (especially non-self hosted ones)

    G likes to treat these subdomains as seperate entities, yet gives them an indexing boost from the 'main' domain. (I started a blog recently, it was indexed & ranking in 5 days) My new regular sites wait months sometimes.

    I think the spammers are driving a truck thru this sub-domain hole. JMO
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    So lets say this person and the thousands of domains gets dropped. In the meantime how much do you think that person made in that period of time before Google catches on? Money wise?

    Seems to me it could be a serious amount of money and they could just do it all over again with thousands of more domains.

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    How he/she could make money out of the scrap content? There is no adsense or any affiliate links in the sites? I think he/she is wasting money in domain and hosting and valuable time too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weisinator
    Google needs to get with the program

    http://www.google.com/search?q=Welko...n&lr=&safe=off

    I got a couple hits for a certain keyword I've been targetting and I scoped it out. Apparently "Susan" has been hitting that keyword... and every other possible keyword, for good measure.

    There's tons of .be domains with that duplicate content garbage in it.
    If all of us report this as spam to google and this site and all it's subdomains will be obliterated from search results.

    Here's where you report a search engine spam:
    http://www.google.com/contact/spamreport.html

    google does not like sites like this with hundreds of subdomains, so they will definitely take action.

    And here's a story of How One Spammer Got BILLIONS of Pages into Google in 3 Weeks
    http://www.digg.com/tech_news/How_On...gle_in_3_Weeks

    Well now I dont see his site in google anymore, they took care of it.

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    655,000 pages here. I don't see any AdSense on them though.
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    I just use the term "made for adsense" when I look at garbage like that. I guess I get loose with the term in my head.
    Quote Originally Posted by sunsoft30
    How he/she could make money out of the scrap content? There is no adsense or any affiliate links in the sites? I think he/she is wasting money in domain and hosting and valuable time too.
    There are 10 links on each page. Example from a page I just looked at: "Buy DC Shoes Lynx at Zappos.com and save".

    They are making money.

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