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1on40.com

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by brownhatter, Mar 22, 2008.

  1. brownhatter

    brownhatter BANNED BANNED

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    Ok I posted about this site before 1on40.com

    But I can warn you run from them ...

    Using them I have 6 site now banned and they won't reply to emails.

    Oh! it free service ,free to let them get your site banned ...

    Question:I have always heard that other people actions cannot cause my site to be harmed.Since anyone could do this to anyone else if this wanted to ...
     
  2. Kitsune

    Kitsune Junior Member

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    What did they do exactly when you submit your site? Spam links?
    Was sites you submited white hat sites or bh maybe there was another reason.
    If they get your site banned then that's cool i will do it with my competitors.
     
  3. brownhatter

    brownhatter BANNED BANNED

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    Well they claim nothing is bh but my sites were banned...

    They also don't tell you what they are doing only claim to get you top ranking ...:AR15firin but all I got was banned ..
     
  4. idk12

    idk12 Junior Member

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    yea there a bunch of bs dude, i submitted one site and now when i look on google i have like 50 backlinks and im defiantly not number one. they also sent out a email saying you would need to pay for number 1.

    there pathetic.
     
  5. Kitsune

    Kitsune Junior Member

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    Yeah read their testimonials section :D full of BS
     
  6. mitter

    mitter Newbie

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    Maybe they are good, but it's risky.

    It?s just not worth the risk, if sites become banned from it.
     
  7. artswerdstone

    artswerdstone Power Member

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    Hence I don't know your sites' URL except the site from your signature, I can only guess there was some other reason for Google dropped your sites from the index.

    At least the site from your signature has only one visible page for a human browser, and the 3 links from the bottom redirect to the first page. Not to say about the poor content, these redirects are enough to have your site banned. And is you have eventually some cloaking....
     
  8. interpro

    interpro Registered Member Premium Member

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    This 1on40 site seems a lot like another couple of sites that appeared in the recent past. I don't recall their names or urls, but their sales pitch was essentially the same - "We'll get you lots of business and you don't pay us until after you've made a lot of money."

    These sites then went on to explain that you'd need to make an 'upfront' payment, I believe it was abot $169 or $189 to get things moving. People that paid never heard anything from them again.

    Although I hate to be a skeptic, it seems that everybody and his brother has the best deal in the world for you - just send them some money and they'll show you how to be rich overnight!

    Think about this - If the 1on40 site could almost instantly turn any website into a big money maker, why would they bother doing it for other people? Wouldn't they concentrate on using their promotional efforts to further their own interests?

    You've probably seen other such scams that are more recognizable. For instance, the guy that tells you his $29.95 software can predict the winning lottery numbers. Think about this - if you had a program that could guarantee that you'd will the multi-million dollar lottery every week, why on earth would you sell copies of that program for just $29.95?

    Use your head - this is a scam!

    By the way, in regards to the lottery program, I contacted the state and obtained the complete history of all the lottery numbers that had ever been chosen. I wrote a computer program that did an in-depth statistical analysis of all those numbers in an attempt to predict the next winning number. The result of this exercize was that there's no way to predict the winning number based upon previous winning numbers.

    I firmly believe that the 1on40 deal is that same thing - if it really worked, they'd be putting it to work for themselves exclusively.

    As they say - if it seems too good to be true, it probably is. I predict that anybody that's promoting the 1on40 program, or anyone that buys into it will regret that decision.
     
  9. mpbeezy

    mpbeezy Newbie

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    Ever heard of the phrase, "Too good to be true?" LOL
     
  10. blackmark

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    Thanks for the ehads up, I was about to submit the minisites i've made to test them, good thing I saw this first
     
  11. MiLiTARYiV

    MiLiTARYiV Senior Member

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    Actually I used them and my traffic did incrase and i havent been banned. i also have gottom more sales lately. But who knows maybe I got lucky