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Protection against ugly Links. Possible?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by -SICK-, Sep 9, 2011.

  1. -SICK-

    -SICK- Registered Member

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    So there are these Blackhat people like you and me. Now, what do you do when you feel that your comptetitors are unbeatable?
    Right, you spam the hell out of them, which may get them sandboxed or losing rank.

    But what if they do the same to you? How can I protect my projects against any sort of link and erotica spam?

    You just can't contact every single webmaster and ask them to remove the link.

    Thanks in advance.

    kind regards,
    SICK
     
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    -SICK- Registered Member

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    *bump*
    No thoughts at all? :(

    kind regards,
    SICK
     
  3. donaldbeck

    donaldbeck Power Member

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    It seems impossible to stop this to me. What could you do if someone buys an aa list for 20 bucks and gives you 100k new links? Nothing that I can think of.
     
  4. snwbrdstylee

    snwbrdstylee Registered Member

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    If you are already at the point of being penalized by Google and have nothing much else to lose...

    First complain to Google about what he is doing, pray they have mercy on your soul. I have a feeling this is going to become more and more of a problem now that the word is getting out that it is possible to harm your competition. SO hopefully Google will begin to respond as more sites become affected.

    Next, Xrummer/SB/Etc the hell out of your site with 3-6+ times as many links as he did, but with positive, relevant text.

    I have never tried this but it could work in theory. To my knowledge, Google still doesn't penalize for spam in-links... but I'm pretty sure they do for the inbound text.

    If 10,000 sites say you are "tranny porn", than Google will assume your site has something to do with tranny porn. So if you build 3,000,000 backlinks saying "bible scripture", in theory it could change Google's mind and assume it may be a bible website.

    If this doesn't work just create new pages for all the spammed pages and 301 redirect the spammed pages to all of your competitors sites, make it their problem.
     
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  5. partymarty4870

    partymarty4870 Elite Member

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    simple yet brilliant
     
  6. N1CHOLAS

    N1CHOLAS Regular Member

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    If you have been indexed for a while and have a few relevant links and a relevant webpage title all these ugly links will do is be discounted as spam junk.

    You can only penalise a new site not one with age and links already.
     
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    subster Elite Member

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    Not if the links are pointing to the domains root ;)
     
  8. snwbrdstylee

    snwbrdstylee Registered Member

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    Ya then your proper fucked! haha.

    You could scrape all of your inlinks in Google webmaster tools, scrape those server URL's (or IP's) and create a scripted redirect specifically for any incoming traffic referred to your site by those URLs (or IP's).

    It could take a little coding, but could be worth it.

    EDIT:
    Now that I think about this a little more I don't think this would work. Google would probably just assume the homepage was perm redirected... that obviously a very bad thing. I'll keep thinking on this though, there has got to be a solution
     
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    subster Elite Member

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    ##edited## sorry, guys will monetize my idea.
     
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