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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
kwblue answered 1 year ago
Let’s look at it this way MD….

Let’s say it’s 5% Gamblers

and

95% porn

I don’t know about the porn industry, but I assume that you get paid on signup of a person… Lets say, though, that you get 20% of their monthly paid membership of $20 / month.

That is $4/month * 95 people = $380

Gamblers (CPA) would be: 5 players * $100 = $500

That is on a shitty CPA. And lifetime revenue share might be greater.

Which one do you think wins out?

My guess is that gambling spam is gaining ground on porn spam because 888 and others have shown to spammers that it is possible and very profitable.

M.D answered 1 year ago
kwblue wrote:
Let’s look at it this way MD….

Let’s say it’s 5% Gamblers and 95% porn

I don’t know about the porn industry, but I assume that you get paid on signup of a person… Lets say, though, that you get 20% of their monthly paid membership of $20 / month.

That is $4/month * 95 people = $380

Gamblers (CPA) would be: 5 players * $100 = $500

That is on a shitty CPA. And lifetime revenue share might be greater.

Which one do you think wins out?

My guess is that gambling spam is gaining ground on porn spam because 888 and others have shown to spammers that it is possible and very profitable.

Frankly speaking, i am sure that for spammers pornography will win as $20 for pornography is too low. there are programs that pay about $40 per signup and while adult traffic is bigger than gambling traffic (95% vs. 5% remember?).

where there’s more target audience the coversion rates will be higher {assuming rough $35*20 per day=$700}
I will not go futher into math as this will take us way off topic.

The point i am trying to make is that there are other online marketing areas where the target audience is much bigger than the gambling industry. I think spammers will look for big markets first.

Persoanlly, I would try to sell more t.v’s to U.S market for small profit and many sales than selling ice to eskimos for less sales and higher profits.

hope i made the point right

Dominique answered 1 year ago
Yes, it is the right thing to do.

Sometimes it’s overwhelming, but when google acts they root out the offender, so it has a lot more impact than you see.

More importantly, they can include new aspects in their next algo, which should be a very, very interesting one.

Spammers should worry about it.

Dominique answered 1 year ago
Google is presently looking at the gambling search results. It is the cesspool of spamdexing. If they can clean that crap up, they can clean all the results.

They are dealing with things that fit certain criteria.

It is a very, very good time to submit, and it is alot more effective than complaining to the sites anymore.

There is a good chance things will get removed, origins recorded for filtering and all kinds of good things.

Greek39 answered 1 year ago
Must be brief here’s more. Google is recompiling results at the moment from my vantage point.

http://www.fw.hu/casino777/casino-12.html
http://www.fw.hu/gambling7/casino-22.html
http://www.fw.hu/gambling7/casinos-4.html
iankaren.carookee.com/
vtope.alltopmed.info/online-craps.html

greek39^*

Poker Dude answered 1 year ago
I hope that you are right, Dominique, but then again, you usually are.

Perhaps Google is attacking the worst offender, which may be one of the most lucrative areas ?

Dominique answered 1 year ago
I don’t understand why Casinopays and 888 and a couple of others would take such stupid chances.

Google freaking banned BMW when they did some mild infractions (redirects and hidden text I think)

Think what it would do if Google wiped Cpays and 888 off the search results.

Not a risk I would take in their place, that’s a for sure.

Poker Dude answered 1 year ago
Dominique,

You are correct again. Google seems to be taking an active role in ridding the gambling spam from its index ?? I’ve filled out report for over 7-8 in the last week, and all but one have been destroyed via removal.

The question becomes, why is Google assisting with the Gambling sector ? Is this their worst offending area, so perhaps they are testing their new spam algorithms against it ? Or is this all manual removal ??

Any thoughts here ?

In any event, all good news.

Regards,

Doug

Dominique answered 1 year ago
While this is manual removal, the properties of the spam are being recorded for future algo adjustments.

I am soooo pleased google decided to take this route.

Go Google, this is way cool!

Let’s all make sure we report this stuff, and make sure we present it exactly as asked to facilitate easy removal of the entire offending groups of listings.

M.D answered 1 year ago
Dominique wrote:
Google is presently looking at the gambling search results. It is the cesspool of spamdexing. If they can clean that crap up, they can clean all the results…..

Dom…? Naive…?

Can i assume all those online marketers that promote viagra or any other kind of pills and medications or those who promote dating services or pornography or whatever.. are spamdexing free?

Gambling is far from being a leader in that field.. and I’ll explain.

Take a group of 1000 men, (yes, all males between 20-40 for example) and check out how many of them would like to find pornography on the net.

Then, ask the same men how many of them are interested in online gambling..
I am sure the results will look like 99% for porn vs. 15%-25% for gambling (and i’m being large).

Is that something a spammer will let go?