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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
TheGooner answered 1 year ago
It’s nothing to do with google influencing things.

It’s the profit motive – all these areas have good potential earnings and are preyed on by cheap fly-by-night spammers.

THere is no conspiracy – just the effect of cash in a market (in my opinion)
:notify:

villa10 answered 1 year ago
I have the same opinion than a few months ago.

This is the subtle way used by Google to ban a particular industry.
It is happening from 8 months or so in the online pharmacy field.
Now slow but consistently is taking place with casinos,sexual enhancement and a few others.

Greek39 answered 1 year ago
In the process of being takin care of. I must be illusive on the matter, but the culprits domain is the wrong one. greek39^*

Poker Dude answered 1 year ago
Although very discouraged, I will continue to post here and on Google.

This redirect spammer (SEOEXP.INFO) is creating SPAM sites faster than Google is (attempting ?) to delete them. Apparently, he/she is realeasing new ones in well-timed patterns, to coincide with any sites that may wind up being removed.

Advertising CD Poker, Noble Poker, and Party Gaming (Party Poker). I’ve notified all 3 of these vendors, and only CD Poker has replied (telling me that they are looking into it).

Recent sites that have been created by this rogue spammer, and still are in Googles’ indices, as of this posting, include:

Brand NEW:
=========
http://www.vip-blog.com/vip/article/2023918.html

http://www.vip-blog.com/vip/article/2023927.html

http://www.moccabeans.com/lisak/space/paulaadam/poker-11.html

http://freewebs.com/davidjean/poker-11.html

http://www-dimat.unipv.it/HyperNews/seminari/get/SMMM/171.html

http://egovlex1.fokus.fhg.de/iaail/space/mayfrank/poker-5.html

http://www.moccabeans.com/lisak/space/carlfelix/poker-10.html

http://blogsharing.com/andypatty/

In Last Week:
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http://jimpoker.mabulle.com/

http://zaneeric.carookee.com/

http://vincentruth.mabulle.com/

http://gregoscar.su.pl/

http://karlvicky.carookee.com/

http://stevencaleb.mabulle.com/

http://zackpeggy.carookee.com/

http://adamkimberly.su.pl/

http://home.aol.com/karavanmo/poker-9.html

http://home.aol.com/karavanmo/poker-12.html

http://home.aol.com/bestcasino777/poker-11.html

http://hometown.aol.de/vtopkunah/poker-9.html

Poker Dude answered 1 year ago
Dominique wrote:
3. Rogue the programs that pay for it, link all our rogue pages, knock the baxxxrds out of their SERPS, and have Google take notice of honest webmasters trying to clean up their industry.

Dominique,

Sorry, but what does that mean ??? Rogue the programs that pay for it ? And link our pages ? Can you elaborate here ?

I’m not sure what having a “rogue page” on our sites do, except for being a vehicle for venting. I would think that surfers are going to hit these rogue sites, well before they read anything on our rogue pages, no ??

If there is something specific that you are doing here, that is technically advantageous, please post or PM me.

Otherwise, I think this entire problem is out of control, and can really only be nipped in the bud by the Search Engines. And I am very doubtful that this is going to happen.

Thanks.

Dominique answered 1 year ago
dhayman wrote:
Greek,

The only way we can win is 2 ways:

1) Report spam, and have someting done about it. However, this
puts a major dependency on search engine cooperation. We cannot
do it from reporting alone.

2) We resort to cheating better than the cheats.

I personally could never do # 2, but this inevitably will be resorted to by some – “if they get away with it, why not me ?” syndrome.

I truly believe it is a lost cause.

3. Rogue the programs that pay for it, link all our rogue pages, knock the baxxxrds out of their SERPS, and have Google take notice of honest webmasters trying to clean up their industry.

Works, too!!!!

Greek39 answered 1 year ago
Its not that the system is designed for cheats, malicious blasting. This is huge topic, its in the best interest of the SE’s to stop spam. The system is not perfect and has been that way since the beginning.

These people take a stick of dynamite and blast their way through exploitable holes.

This SEOEXP.INFO is 403 not 404. I will try and find out more and let you know. greek39

Poker Dude answered 1 year ago
Greek,

Yes, I got this info from WHOIS server as well.

This spammer will continue to buy and move around to different subdomains and domains, and when SEOEXP.INFO gets turned off, he/she will move on to using an alternate domain.

You see, we will never win, unless Search Engines decide they want to stop the spam. I see absolutely no indication of that happening.

I am frustrated for sure, but I now understand that I cannot win, and will need to move on accordingly.

The “system” is designed to reward the cheaters, and not the hard-workers. Unfortunately, this is reality…………..

Poker Dude answered 1 year ago
Greek,

The only way we can win is 2 ways:

1) Report spam, and have someting done about it. However, this
puts a major dependency on search engine cooperation. We cannot
do it from reporting alone.

2) We resort to cheating better than the cheats.

I personally could never do # 2, but this inevitably will be resorted to by some – “if they get away with it, why not me ?” syndrome.

I truly believe it is a lost cause.

Greek39 answered 1 year ago
I think I will persue this one, time permitting. Just a briefer:

Here is the NODE

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Created On:04-Apr-2006 18:44:49 UTC
Last Updated On:31-Jul-2006 23:50:23 UTC
Expiration Date:04-Apr-2007 18:44:49 UTC
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Location the domain is being served

Location = Dallas, TX
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Network

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