| 12:30 am on Dec 16, 2010 (gmt 0)|
A pretty vague threat.
Is Wikipedia going to submit spam reports to Google et al by the osual (public) channels?
Or is there something more?
| 8:47 am on Dec 16, 2010 (gmt 0)|
The Wikipedia link spam blacklist is public, for you, me, and any search engine reps to study at their leisure.
| 2:01 pm on Dec 16, 2010 (gmt 0)|
The next kid to leave their bike laying in the driveway is going to be grounded for a month.
Three days later
Dad, I swear I didn't leave my bike in the driveway. Johnny did so I would get in trouble.
| 3:33 pm on Dec 16, 2010 (gmt 0)|
|The Wikipedia link spam blacklist is public, for you, me, and any search engine reps to study at their leisure. |
I love it! Off to set up a mechanical turk campaign to get my competition on that list! Not really.
My point is that the W seems to be getting a bit full of themselves. Kind of reminds me of the drunk guy that played high school football with the current sheriff: "don't you know who I am? I'll have your job!"
| 8:09 am on Dec 17, 2010 (gmt 0)|
Wikipedia has to protect itself from link spammers just like any other usre contributed site. I doubt that any relevant search engine would penalize a site only because its domain matches a pattern on that list.
Btw. limoshawn, you didn't say where that original citation comes from. It is part of a warning template customarily given to wikipedia editor accounts found to be spamming. Have you been caught? ;)
| 6:39 pm on Dec 17, 2010 (gmt 0)|
@bird I found the comment on a talk page of a page relevant to a niche I'm working on while researching a domain I am in the process of purchasing. The domain had been cited as a reference and then removed by an editor with the warning. Personally I'd rather outrank wpedia than be linked to from them!