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What happens to domains reported as spam

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by observer, Sep 8, 2010.

  1. observer

    observer Power Member

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    Question to all Scrapebox users - what happens to domains reported as spam as a result of commenting (when a webmasted categorises his incoming comments - approve, delete, spam).

    It's obvious that even very targeted, humanlike comments will be reported s spam by at least 1% of webmasters.

    One way around it is simply link to web 2.0 or gate properties. But my question is, if one still goes ahead and uses his existing domains... at which point he can get the domains into trouble and what kind?

    Sandboxed by google?
    Complains to host and account suspension?
    if last one happens, can then the same domain be 301 redirected to a new one?
     
  2. iseegreen

    iseegreen Power Member

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    I cant answer your question

    but I put akismet on 25 wp blogs recently and instead of 90 comments a day per blog now only get 2 maybe 3 to look at.
     
  3. pirondi

    pirondi Power Member

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    Google doest not use the spam report to penalize websites,they use these reports just for analysis and future updates of the algorythm.
     
  4. observer

    observer Power Member

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    Ok... so there is no danger to the domain unless you really pissed of a webmaster with some stupid comments or masspam and her reports a complain....______ (where?)?