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Inktomi Edits.

Dropped thousands

     
1:46 pm on Jul 11, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Inktomi Has got rid of thousands of mature content sites
1:57 pm on July 11, 2003 (gmt 0)

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How'd you find that out, is there an article you could post, id be interested to see where/why or some example in someway.

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4:05 pm on July 11, 2003 (gmt 0)

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There is no article - it is a hugely popular word/phrase which is used for mature content.

All the sites in the top 500 or so results with a couple of exceptions were using the word/phrase in a mature content - the exceptions are just flukes or the same phrase in a non-mature context. There are 170,000 returned - none are mature in the top 1000.

All sites - including PFI sites have been shifted out/down which contain the word in the mature context.

Inktomi have given no warning about this - and for those poor souls PFI ing for these words (hundreds of URLS) - consider yourselves being owed money by your inclusion provider - because the service of being removed due to the words is not part of the terms and conditions.

Once again - in the world of the internet, webmasters have zero control of what is going on.

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before jumping to major conclusions, lets try and get some official feedback on the situation, either from members or 3rd parties affected by this...

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Hi all,
I've been reading for quite a while now. This is my first post here. I've been using inktomi PFI for about 2 years. All mature sites. I've had 15 sites in the top 10 listings under major keywords in the "adult" bussiness. Friday all my sites were gone. After looking around I started finding them around #100 plus. From over 1000 uniques a day to 1 or 2 per site. What have they done? Is it something to do with Yahoo!? I've seen this happen before but never this serve. I can fall 20 spots for a day or two, but I think this is something else. Has this happened to anyone else? Thanks for letting me rant a bit,

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1:05 am on July 13, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Yes Outlaw - same thing - have been burned badly by PFI on INK this year, and will never PFI again. Glad I spread my sites around the other major SE's or would be in trouble right now.
2:47 am on July 13, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Yes it almost appears Inktomi doesn't want the paid inclusion money unless your an Index Connect client.

I only have about 120 paid pages left in Inktomi now, not even 5% of what I would have if they could offer some stability in their treatment of paid inclusion pages.

9:56 pm on July 14, 2003 (gmt 0)

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Ditto - have been badly burned by having entire PFI sites trashed by Ink and they weren't adult sites. Will never be stupid enough to spend another penny on Ink PFI.
 

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