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[edited by: The_Contractor at 4:20 pm (utc) on Jan. 8, 2008]
What if someone sets such a scheme for you? Like a link farm and those things. I have heard about many web sites simply being blacklisted because they used link farming.
I think that SEs in most cases don't penalize for low quality inbound links but I don't know all the details about it.
If someone could clarify this issue it would be great.
My SE standings have been rather sporadic since then. The affected site took a dip in SE standings at first, but it recovered and is still ranking overall ok, but there has been an across the board PR drop of 1-2 depending on the page.
I clean them out. I simply erase them by going into /home/domain/tmp/awstats****mo/date****. mydomain.com.txt.
And I do it for my clients if they ask me to.
Log spam is just about as polite as someone coming into your home and doin'-dar-dookie-dog all over your front room floor.
...saw this in the logs for one of my sites for 3 or 4 months straight...
Let's put this one to bed. :)
You can now stop worrying about referral spam.
All the best,