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Kirilcho

5+ Year Member



 
Msg#: 1038 posted 2:58 pm on Sep 12, 2005 (gmt 0)

Hey there,

I have been having a nightmare with my website. It is www.bansko.org and I am getting the completely wrong referrals. A few of those are:

[google.com...] shoes&btnG=%D0%A2%D1%8

[google.com...] key norton 2005 &

[google.com...] site&lr=lang_bg

[google.com...] pic&lr=lang_bg

while my site does not have absolutely anyhting to do with porn, shoes or activation keys. When I see those links and when I find out the cache I see that it is completely ancient and even so - still wrong, the previous version of the website never contained them keywords.

[66.249.93.104...]

(here is the cache for just one of those).

What I notice is that apart from the cache being old, it is related to those:

www.bansko.org/index?w=pic
...?w=porn
...?w=free

... and so on and so on. I am convinced there is nothing wrong on my part. I have never used SEO software. I currently run Mambo OS on the new version of the website. Apart from that, I had this problem before but it kind of disappeared for some time only to come back again the last two days.

I am really annoyed by the problem as I need to report the major referrals for unique visits. Therefore I have a problem. I have contacted Google and they told me almost nothing asserting me that when the crawler crawls hte page it will disappear, but it doesn't since I have seen the bot's visits many times now.

I really hope someone might have an answer to this, it is really frustrating.

Thanks in advance,

Kiril.

 

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