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"Lolita anal porn raping" in my search keyphrases

Discussion in 'Keywords' started by boccio, May 31, 2006.

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    I noticed in my AwStats that "Lolita anal porn raping" has 48% (?!?) of all searches.

    The site is my personal blog, and it's not even on English language... I'm not allowing trackback pings, and comments are heavily moderated.

    This is quite strange, and I can't think of a reason for this. Only thing that crosses my mind is blog spamming and that someone is trying to put me down on Search Engines with this kwd and link to my site. No idea, really...
    SEMrush
     
    boccio, May 31, 2006 IP
    SEMrush
  2. ajshroff

    ajshroff Peon

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    Thats scary boccio. Let us know if you ever figure out how this is happening. I am sure there are many webmasters going through the same trouble.
     
    ajshroff, May 31, 2006 IP
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    WebFreedom Peon

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    That's just nasty. Unless you have some enemies, I think it's possibly an error of some sort - you may want to contact the search engines to see if you can get it corrected. Couldn't hurt... :)

    Best of Luck,
    Sam
     
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    mcfox Wind Maker

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    Without a url to the blog page, it's kinda difficult to offer any advice on what to do about it. You don't even mention which SE is turning up the main results.

    Having said that, if you look through the search results of Google for that term, you will find a number of .edu and other apparently non-suitable urls for the term which tends to suggest some sort of hack using code injection. This may be what has occurred with your blog.
     
    mcfox, Jun 1, 2006 IP
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    URL to my blog is http://blog.krstovic.info, and those results supposedly come from Google.

    Not much to see there (especially if you're lookin' for Lolitas :D), but I did some homework and found out this is probably so-called referral spam.

    http://www.wired.com/news/culture/0,1284,56017,00.html
    So I think this is what happened... Crappy spam strikes again.
     
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    Very interesting...I've never heard of this before. I don't have extensive experience with blogs as of yet, and there's one part of this that I don't understand: I would think that a blogger's referral logs would be on a secure part of their account or blog - how are the spammers able to acces the referral logs? :confused:

    Thanks for any info...

    Sam
     
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    I am seeing something similar on a site I manage.

    Currently the site has little traffic (this is a seasonal website, and this is the off-season). In the last few days, however, there have been almost as many hits from Google as there were in the entire previous month, and 85% of Google hits since June 1 have been for the term "free porno".

    The word "free" appears on the site, but not the word "porno" (nor porn, pornography, or anything related). I searched Google for the term "free porno", restricted to the site domain, and got no hits. The site does not include a blog.

    After reading this, my guess is that the spammers who are trying to target referral logs are hitting every site they can find, in hopes of landing a spot in blog's published referral log. Bizarre!
     
    orlady, Jun 3, 2006 IP
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    seolion Active Member

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    Just curious after reading this.., I too checked my awstats..
    I found 'free porno' in it .. :eek: :eek:

    How???:confused:

    I have other stats tools like google analytics in which nothing as such is seen.. !!
     
    seolion, Jun 3, 2006 IP
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    PS - I believe I have identified and blocked the single IP that is responsible for the unwanted hits. :)

    I hope boccio and seolion are able to do the same.
     
    orlady, Jun 3, 2006 IP
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    wow that is insane, wtf, crazy stuff on the web
     
    IMGster, Jun 8, 2006 IP
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    lol , man , put adwords and make some searches there :)
     
    redhits, Jun 16, 2006 IP
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    That is pretty funny...I think DP just went "adult". ;) I'm not sure it proves the importance of Page Rank, though - DP is certainly viewed as an "authority" site by Google, based on existing backlinks from related sites (i.e. SEO, Internet Marketing, etc.) and unique, dynamic content. I'd guess that this is the reason it's ranking for this term, and consequently, could rank for any other term discussed at length in its forums. Just my opinion, for what it's worth... :)

    Sam
     
    WebFreedom, Jun 18, 2006 IP
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    I doubt that many people search on the particular term in the title of this thread. ;)
     
    orlady, Jun 18, 2006 IP