I've noticed a listing in MSN that is a page of keywords and links to other pages that immediately redirects to the homepage of the site.
It only has the position in the search results it has because of the method used and it looks like the site has come via Inktomi.
This method of submitting will get a site banned from Google but does Position Pro have any rules or does Inktomi have any similar rules regarding pages like this? Do they check?, is it an issue for them or is it "anything goes"?
Same guy I reported & Ink dropped is of course back w/ a new cheater domain w/ keyword-stuffed, auto-redirecting doorways to his miserable, unoptimized domain. I reported him 10 days ago and no results so far.
Yep, I listened to Brett & registered 10 URLs w/ Ink and it really does work. I'm still kicking this cheater on everything but his most focused couple of terms. But it's frustrating to see him on my tail with only one submitted URL. Where are you Ink? You're losing $!
I must admit it's a great way for new SEOs to test for Google results and it's the only other source of non-Google hits for me. My great results in Ink turned out to be fantastic in Google.
Next new domain I do: submit and improve 10 URLs to Ink until Google picks it up and only worry about spam if it gets by Google. All of the other PFIs that I haven't heard a click from can KMA next billing and Ink drops down to 1 URL.
C'mon Gates, quit using Google for an evening and try your own spammy MSN search; I can give you a few good spam phrases.