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Zorg links de-indexed!

Discussion in 'Directories' started by uttoransen, Sep 11, 2007.

  1. humm

    humm बहादुर बच्चा

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    #21
    Well cool it guys. Does anyone remember what had happened to Iwebtools DollarLinking?

    Its just probably the same. Don't worry mike, I am sure Zorg will soon be back in action. :)
    SEMrush
     
    humm, Sep 11, 2007 IP
    SEMrush
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    Brian1970 Notable Member

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    #22
    You are super cool Mike maybe you should take up poker.

    Hell I’m worried about the predicament I find myself in, I would be suicidal if I got no results.

    Very strange, like I said hope it returns to normal.

    Thanks Brian
     
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    smub Notable Member

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    #23
    dont worry buddy, this is just a slight change. It will come back in a short period of time hopefully.
     
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    stock_post Prominent Member

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    #24
    Your blog is worth for any blog - I got good info from there.

    Google is fuc**d up to de-list your site. (how in the hell promting a site is bad?)

    The two Billionaires get their bone some day and will start listening to people.

    May not care to learn, their children can't spend the money they already made.

    Just wish they get wise some day.
     
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    pipes Prominent Member

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    #25
    Search engines will never back down, because their part of a much bigger picture, the power that a search engine can enforce expands outwards and beyond the World Wide Web, the search engines are essential in a very large plan and there are no if's and buts about where their heading.

    You need to look beyond search engines and the internet itself to understand where things are heading.

    You do not control your business "They" do, and it will become tighter and tighter.

    There will be rises and falls over the next 5 years and then you will see what it is all about. I dont mean directories i mean all in general.

    Google doesn't make mistakes, just like the Tax Man doesn't, nor the government. :) Its a carefully thought out plan.

    I rarely, if at all use this term, but "Thinking outside the box" :eek:
     
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    popotalk Notable Member

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    #26
    Please read more on some threads. "Sigh"
    And you are ? :rolleyes:
    And you are very wise than the 2 is that it ? And what is there in you that you have to drag their children in these. :eek:
     
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    indyguidedotinfo Notable Member

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    #27
    sorry to hear that mike. at least you are still listed on yahoo!!
     
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    pctec Well-Known Member

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    #29
    Wow... its back Mikey :D
     
    pctec, Sep 11, 2007 IP
  10. mikey1090

    mikey1090 Moderator Staff

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    #30
    i was laughing the whole time wasn't i;)
     
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    #31
    I don't see it...
     
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    dhruv37 Well-Known Member

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    #34
    I see it,

    This whole fiasco is probably just a bunch of glitches that is why the toolbar export is held up. I think gooogle might work on ways to penalize the linking power of directories if they suspect them of buying links but it just doesn't make sense to start banning them....there are lots of way crappier sites that are clogging up the web. Even bad directories are above the bottom 20% of crap on the web so I am guessing they will concentrate their efforts there.
     
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    jminscoe Peon

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    #36
    Its still cached
     
    jminscoe, Sep 11, 2007 IP
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    #37
    When you put in the URL to seach gooogle it was not showing any links, now it shows 9 results, see above. It is indexed once again, just a hick-up.

    I know us directory owners can sound quite self-important sometimes but this thing about gooogle watching our every move and actually giving a sh-t has been blown way out of proportion.

    There is so much spam and MFA sites for them to worry about I doubt it is even economical for them to chase down some directories they 'suspect' of doing wrong. Better to go after the MFA sites that they 'know' are doing wrong.
     
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    pctec Well-Known Member

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    #38
    Adsense makes them money... I doubt they will get to heavy handed with them...
     
    pctec, Sep 11, 2007 IP
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    #39
    Adsense makes them money but the MFA sites corrupt the entire system and makes it bad for everyone. If they got rid of all the MFA sites they would not lose money in the long-run.
     
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    emptymirror Well-Known Member

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