- free slots
- online slots
- casino slots
It turns out that this site: atheistunderground.org comes up on page one for all of those terms. That is such a tiny site, just 5 little articles.
- online craps
This tiny page comes up: lotlr.com with like 100 words on it and 2 tiny articles. This site links to this one: hybridshadow.com comes up on page 1 of google for:
- online slots
These tiny sites have URLs completly unrelated to gambling, tiny snippets of text that probably took 1 minute to write. Then there are these massive sites like Gooners Guide and Games and Casino that have been around for years with 1000s of pages about that stuff and not even on first page. I don’t get it.
I’m sure someone here has come across these small sites, maybe owns them… How did they do it?
It has been a spammer xxxatheistunderground.org
have a google on his CB affid
June 22, 2008
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It always gets you banned.
It’s a good short-term strategy, but it fails in the long run. It’s an odd trick but not really spam, at least not more than link exchanges are considered spam.
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