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Yes I plead guilty and shouldnt have done it, but does Google warn people? Or this a 'joke' email?
Matt said this, about that, here [mattcutts.com]: "Our primary way of finding who to contact is via email addresses from the web. If there really arenít any, we use a few addresses like email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. We may try a contact address by doing a whois search as another backup, but we will avoid emailing the technical or admin contact from whois."
That guy is about as pathetic as I'd expect, but it was very funny following that story. Sad though, he just can't seem to grasp that he's the one who caused his own problems, he keeps trying to blame someone else, what an idiot. Give me a black hat pro any day, they just shrug and go, yeah, onto the next site, no big deal. At least they know what they're doing.
When you're caught, it's much better to just admit it and move on, makes you look like less of an imbecile.
Matt Cutts on this is very funny too, sometimes people get so stupid that a boring day gets fun, I'm sure Matt had fun tracing down all those weak black hat tricks to all the sites they spidered out to.
joined:June 11, 2005
I'm getting more redesign contracts these days because of the daft practices of black hats.
All the Best
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