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Google Spammer persists

Poker Dude asked 1 year ago
Please report this spammer to Google. He’s on a rampage. See “poker sites” and “best poker sites” (both without quotes) for details.

Google spam report page can be found at:

http://www.google.com/contact/spamreport.html

Deceptive cloaking, scraping, etc. All map to redirects to/from the domain SEOEXP.INFO:

http://davidirene.mabulle.com/

http://karlvicky.carookee.com/

http://www.fw.hu/poker7/pokersites.html

http://zaneeric.carookee.com/

http://www.fw.hu/gambling7/poker-4.html

http://www.fw.hu/poker7/poker.html

Google has been responsive of late. The more complaints, the better !!

35 Answers
Poker Dude answered 1 year ago
Google actually responded and removed at least 5-6 sites that were placed by this same spammer – his/her domain is SEOEXP.INFO – which is encouraging. Their removal took place this week.

Now the $ 64,000 question is what precipitated this removal:

1) My Google Spam reports

2) My posts on a myriad of boards

3) Spam reports logged by more IP’s than just myself

4) Got lucky ?????

I guess the more that complain the better !!!

Dominique answered 1 year ago
dhayman wrote:
The guy from Google doing the manual deletions must be on vacation, the last few days:

These generally take at least two weeks, depending on backup.

Greek39 answered 1 year ago
dyhayman these links will be taken care shortly. Check out the graphics for this one http://zaneeric.carookee.com/. Pretty distorted from my browser, ugly. greek39^*

Poker Dude answered 1 year ago
The guy from Google doing the manual deletions must be on vacation, the last few days:

SPAMMER – redirects from SEOEXP.INFO. This Moscow-based spammer creates new sites every single day.

These sites “silently” redirect from SEOEXP.INFO. Place cursor over the IE BACK button, and you will see the “silent” redirect from SEOEXP.INFO.

These are today’s latest creations:

http://jimpoker.mabulle.com/

http://zaneeric.carookee.com/

http://vincentruth.mabulle.com/

http://gregoscar.su.pl/

http://karlvicky.carookee.com/

http://zackpeggy.carookee.com/

http://stevencaleb.mabulle.com/

http://adamkimberly.su.pl/

M.D answered 1 year ago
bado463 wrote:
Spamming on the internet of the online gambling sector has became epidemic almost. As a webmaster who plays by the rules, I definitely have no problem reporting spamming on the internet.

I understand how frustrating it is to click on a search result and not get the expected results. Well thanks to be able to report these results. I spend about a half an hour a day reporting spamming gambling websites.

I keep one window open for the google spam page as I have it saved in my favorites. Keep another window open with the search results and check the ones that I figure are the spamming websites.

To me it has become second nature to figure out the spammers by their website urls. Usually about 95% correct as to which ones are the spammers with their redirects.

Well I can usually report 30-40 in a half an hour this way, and yes Google has started to remove them…..

It’s good that Google removes them.. It’s also good that spam can be reported… But that’s not the major problem

As long as spam is tolerated, endorsed by ignoring or generated by the program’s direct or indirect employees in order to gain more profits. Spam will exist in such volumes.

You can spend hours of spam reporting, it will not end it!

Why should us, the hard workers spend more time and efforts in fighting it more and more via reports?

If you don’t take weed out from the root, it will grow again and faster.

Once spam is really not tolerated and ignored.. it will decrease.

bado463 answered 1 year ago
Spamming on the internet of the online gambling sector has became epidemic almost. As a webmaster who plays by the rules, I definitely have no problem reporting spamming on the internet.

I understand how frustrating it is to click on a search result and not get the expected results. Well thanks to be able to report these results. I spend about a half an hour a day reporting spamming gambling websites.

I keep one window open for the google spam page as I have it saved in my favorites. Keep another window open with the search results and check the ones that I figure are the spamming websites.

To me it has become second nature to figure out the spammers by their website urls. Usually about 95% correct as to which ones are the spammers with their redirects.

Well I can usually report 30-40 in a half an hour this way, and yes Google has started to remove them.

What I like about report spam websites is that it makes the internet a better place for everyone. I definitely appreciate to get the expected results when I am checking on the internet.

With Google cleaning up spamming gambling websites this may have something to do with the Internet Gambling Prohibition Act. Wouldn’t it be in Google’s favor to clean up the industry as it makes them money indirectly by things that are related to online gambling via Google Adsense.

Wouldn’t Google be losing money if all those Google adds on the right side of your computer screen disappeared in the United States if online gambling is prohibited. They are not about to lose money so it is in their best interest also to clean up on spamming of gambling websites on the internet.

Well that is my point.:roflmao:

Barry Ohman
http://www.best-online-casinos-and-gambling-bonuses.com
http://www.online-gambling-and-sports-betting-advice.com
http://www.online-gambling-recommendations.com

Poker Dude answered 1 year ago
Same persistent spammer, trying out different incoherent subdomains to get to the top of the SERPs.

What I now noticed is that the redirect to SEOEXP.INFO is now silent (i.e., doesn’t appear on the IE toolbar). When the link is clicked from Google results, it keeps the original page on the IE address bar (although it redirects to SEOEXP.INFO, and then subsequently redirects to a served out Advertisement page).

The key is to move your cursor on the “BACK” button label, after target page is displayed, and you will see reference to redirect page from SEOEXP.INFO.

This is extremely frustrating and unethical !!!

kwblue answered 1 year ago
My math was probably wrong as I have never promoted porn or drugs.

However – I doubt I am the only one who thinks that Casino profit might be higher, correct? Which means it becomes a haven for BH tactics.

The point, really, was that if Google figures out one industry’s spam – it could very well apply those rules to others. It only makes sense and I hope that it works.