Cloaking software is being sold to today's search engines? Huh? Why would a search engine want to buy cloaking software?
That was a very good example which you gave me.
They are very interesting people I dont know how they sell cloaking software to today's search engines. Any way it is good to complain about these sites,
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Posted 30 September 2003 - 07:00 PM
Posted 30 September 2003 - 08:31 PM
I meant how can they sell cloaking softwares for today's search engines. Search engines are so advanced today and cloaking is a old way of cheating search engines. I was describing about couple of URLs which Ian sent me as a sample.
That was a typing mistake,
thanks for helping me Jill,
Posted 30 September 2003 - 09:33 PM
Be as bad as you want on a private site, but when you start charging people money, then you are opening up the doors to critizism, as far as I'm concerned.
They certainly shouldn't be rewarded. At the very least, it gives you a warm fuzzy feeling that you did something.
About the second site - as general information to the public, always look at the links on a site that looks spammy. When you highlight over them and they are changing URLS a lot, then they are often creating a mini link farm with their sites. You can tell this when, instead of linking to all sorts of different domains or just their own, it's the same 2 or 3 all the time, throughout the site. And if you go there, that domain links constantly back.
As a generic example, if you see a list of links (especially keyword rich ones) and highlight over them, all of them should be pages on the same domain. BUT if you find that huge amounts of them all point to the another domain, then you've probably found a cross-promotion scheme. Especially if the other site is doing the same thing back.
Posted 01 October 2003 - 05:31 PM
No but seriously... thanks for that really useful tip on link farms - I shall have fun exploring the site in question again at the weekend, and getting a warm fuzzy feeling for reporting them to google.
Thanks again for your input, Ian - very mcuh appreciated.
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