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New SPAM sites...billions of results!!!!

Discussion in 'Google' started by Nintendo, Jun 17, 2006.

  1. #1
    OK, how do these sites do this?? They were registered just a few weeks ago and got millions or billions of results...of fresh SPAM. :confused:

    t1ps2see.com
    Creation Date: 25-May-2006
    2,190,000,000 results
    http://www.google.com/search?q=site:t1ps2see.com

    eiqz2q.org
    Created On:31-May-2006
    3,780,000,000
    http://www.google.com/search?num=100&q=site:eiqz2q.org

    rfni70.org
    Created On:31-May-2006
    940,000,000
    http://www.google.com/search?num=100&q=site:rfni70.org

    jkthy0.org
    Created On:31-May-2006
    59,700,000
    http://www.google.com/search?num=100&q=site:jkthy0.org

    geku8h.org
    Created On:31-May-2006
    92,800,000
    http://www.google.com/search?num=100&q=site:geku8h.org

    There all registered by the same person (Dear spam bots...pze eat this E-mail address.)


    Google CEO Eric Schmidt was given the opportunity to respond to this on Thursday June 15, 2006 at the Conde Nast Lunch but dodged the question by talking about fighting click fraud.
     
    Nintendo, Jun 17, 2006 IP
  2. dkessaris

    dkessaris Peon

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    #2
    I have posted a comment about this in matt cutts blog when he talked about why sites are getting deindexed and guess what? The comment was deleted.
     
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  3. mcfox

    mcfox Wind Maker

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    #3
    Maybe they're really good, top quality sites? :rolleyes:
     
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  4. redhits

    redhits Notable Member

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    #4
    I am having a few webdirectories (around 10) and i just wanted to tell you that i saw that those kind of websites, are using automatic software for doing mass submission into webdirectories & guestbooks,etc...
    They even bombing somebody with 1000 +++ links / day ... They aren't submiting main page, only inside pages, so maiby that is the reason.
    Also if the spammers linked all theyre domain names to each other, they can even build PageRank. It won't be a surprise if with so many pages,they will soon get a PR9 or even a PR10 :) lol
     
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    adwordaffiliate Active Member

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    #5
    These sites are using cloaking & 302 redirects. Notice how none of the pages are actually cached?

    Easy to get billions of pages if the pages are created on the fly for search engine spiders.
     
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    SandisV Active Member

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    They simply should limit how new sites is being idnexed if they excess decent number of pages versus x-amount of quality links;
     
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  7. redhits

    redhits Notable Member

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    #7
    Why google don't take any action against them right away?!
     
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  8. wizardofx

    wizardofx Well-Known Member

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    #8
    Wow, these guys are good. Hopefully they will ecourage
    our friends at Google to eliminate this type of web site.

    Just the fact that the URLs are random letters and numbers
    indicate that the owners don't think it will last long, but
    they hope that they can retire on the proceeds in the
    meantime.
     
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  9. MediaHustler

    MediaHustler Well-Known Member

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    Some of my keywords when searched return results on these sites. Mine still ranks higher but these are irrelevant to my site. Whatever this guy does he knows what he's doing even tho it's lame for the rest of us, he cheated the system.
     
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  10. GADOOD

    GADOOD Peon

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    #10
    Didn't you see Shoemoneys recent blog entry "The 1 Billion Page Experiment"? :p

    Pete
     
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  11. TheHoff

    TheHoff Peon

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    #11
    Obvious isn't it? The secret in the sauce is in the subdomains. None of the pages are actual pages, they are all subdomains-- making Google think there are 3.8 billion different websites hosted at eiqz2q.org. That obviously gets around the new page limit since all the websites only have 1 page indexed.


    edit: I'm hitting one DC now with 5.5 billion results showing from eiqz2q.org
    edit: and here is a search with a page from that domain beating out the NY Times and a dedicated site with the keywords in the domain name
    edit again: they're actually in that result set FOUR TIMES in the top 10 because of subdomains


    ahem.... Google.... broken?
     
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  12. routed11

    routed11 Peon

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  13. LaCabra

    LaCabra Goats R Us

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    #13
    No worries guys, they are going to get nailed!
     
    LaCabra, Jun 17, 2006 IP
  14. Mong

    Mong ↓↘→ horsePower

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    #14
    We are seeing lot of discrepancies in Google right from 4/4 Pr update (not ?).
    Command : site:t1ps2see.com
    Google : 1,760,000,000
    Yahoo : 9,230
    MSN : 110

    :eek: MSN is wise most in this scam.
     
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  15. TheHoff

    TheHoff Peon

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    #15
    hahaha MSN always has a fraction of pages indexed... I wouldn't call it wise, just typical.
     
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    GADOOD Peon

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    #16
    Maybe it's Mr Cutts creating a little pension fund for himself before webmasters the world over descend on Google HQ and begin slaughtering any employee's involved in the de-indexing of our sites.

    Pete
     
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  17. Mong

    Mong ↓↘→ horsePower

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    #17
    haha :D
    You are right (typically) ..TheHoff
     
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  18. TheHoff

    TheHoff Peon

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    #18
    I'm so glad that some of our sites with "low quality inbound links" have been de-indexed to make room for these fountains of information.
     
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    honcivex Peon

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    According to Nintendo's number's those five websites have 7,062,500,000 pages indexed on Google. I wonder how many click's he get from Google alone. He is getting a lot of traffic check out Alexa. The guy is probably making $100k a day easy. Impressive
     
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    #20
    HOLY SHIT top 2000 Alexa with that garbage.

    He wins spammer of the year, easy.
     
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