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Porn 301 to my moneysite, how to remove...

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Martin1971, Oct 7, 2013.

  1. Martin1971

    Martin1971 Senior Member

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    Hi,

    I see some redirects to my website (301) i think competitor is sending this links. Any expert here who can take a look at it and can advice me what to do with these links. Ofcourse i can pay for it.

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    RosuC Regular Member

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    Hello,
    You don't have to pay for removing - maybe for finding and make them a nice report yes if you don't know how to do it - after that you just have to report them to Google and they'll take care of them after that. If you need help send me a PM and I may help you with more information.
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    qrazy Senior Member

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    You can try to use rewrite rule in htaccess based on referrer and redirect it to the same site where it comes from.
     
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  4. RosuC

    RosuC Regular Member

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    That can work if he knows how to do - but still his site is indexed with them ... as a Porn content
     
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    lmxftw BANNED BANNED

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    best idea as reporting them to Google will basically get you a manual review :)

    Code:
    [URL]http://codular.com/htaccess-introduction[/URL]
     
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  6. Bloghat

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    Google won't be impressed I think, since they don't traverse links like you and I do, the crawler doesn't follow each link (it would never finish a site), it indexes all of them, and explores them later (when it visits that other domain).
    So Google bot will just see the 301 at that porn site, and they will never trigger the referrer based redirect.
    There's no easy way I guess, even a regular expression based on certain URL patterns in that porn link maybe not enough, since they could simply link to your root and then you can't derive a pattern.
     
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    Whois and send them a nasty email on the lines of you're going to bash their head in with some sort of animal for example a squirrel, that should do the trick.

    If you can't find them on whois your second best option is to report to Google :)

    (No squirrels were harmed in the typing of this)
     
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    That only redirects traffic, not links.
     
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    lmxftw BANNED BANNED

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    so the crawlers are what ?

     
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    The crawlers will see the 301 from the porn domains. So even if they get redirected at the final destination THEY WILL STILL SEE THE 301 and count it.
     
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    lmxftw BANNED BANNED

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    they will just see the link but won't be able to pass through it to the destination if any incoming traffic from that porn domain is denied in htaccess

    they will return a 404 and the link will be considered dead, even if it will show in ahrefs it will have no saying in the metric equation

     
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    I disagree, but then again it's not my site. So I couldn't care less. :)
     
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    I guess no need to remove those redirections.
     
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    Find out your competitor and hired some villein for give him some 301 redirect........
     
  15. Bloghat

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    Googlebot is not traffic that moves through the internet by browsing links (this would only happen when e.g. a manual reviewer watches your site, then he might be able to trigger a referrer based redirection).
    I looked into all the redirection possibilities to divert traffic sources, and to my research. referrer based wouldn't work with google since they 1.) doesn't follow links and 2.) when they follow redirections, don't give a referrer.
    This is what will happen:
    Users (traffic) ready to jackoff type-in the porn domain into their browser and get 301ed to your site get redirected elsewhere by your referrer redirection (frustrated traffic).
    Google sees the porn domain and notice the 301, visits your site, the target of 301 (but without referrer) sees your domain and count it as valid 301 to your domain.