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Re: Where not to promote a site

 

"Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
news:dksm5l$dm8$2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> __/ [mark | r] on Wednesday 09 November 2005 10:58 \__
>
> > "Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > news:dksff8$bvk$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> >> __/ [Andrew S.] on Wednesday 09 November 2005 05:28 \__
> >>
> >> > Is there any places that a site should not be submitted to that would
> > hurt
> >> > it's search placement?
> >> >
> >> > Thanks
> >>
> >> Keep away from sites that link (to) you with sites that are illicit or
> > sell
> >> sex, pills and the like. That is pretty much everything you should know
as
> >> far as placement is concerned. Irrelevant placements will have no
impact,
> >> e.g. a portal on gardening linking to a computer shop.
> >>
> >> Also avoid code that is embedded in your site and transparently
indicates
> >> link exchanges programs.
> >
> > what do you mean by the last bit?
> >
> > mark
>
> I was thinking about JavaScript (although not executed by spiders) that
> creates links from a pool of related sites and indicates a 'sythetic' link
> exchange (server-side would be hard to detect reliably). There are all
kinds
> of programs that are mucking the algorithms and ruin the indices, so sites
> which participate can be penalised. Fear and threat end corruption.
>
> Don't worry, Mark, you haven't been penalised. Jagger is still incomplete
in
> the sense that many datacentres do not reflect on the changes. "Fret not,
be
> patient" should be your motto. Give it at least another week.
>
> Roy

lol im exceptionally calm at the moment, back to #4 on .co.uk and #7 on .com
:) which is better than before :)

am i getting a reputation? i think i am :)

mark




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