Written by Locket
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Topics: Internet, Spam

Sunday, 20 September 2009

Google has finally accepted that spam is a major online activity by launching its latest feature google spamsearch. Similar in concept to Google blogsearch the search engine will only give spam listings providing they contain rich, relevant content containing a large list of keyword rich relevant content.

Spammers were delighted with the new approach by Google. Director of S.P.A.M. (Several Positions Above Mine) spammer Peter 'ip' Davis, had this to say. "For years spammers have been accused, wrongly, of messing up traditional Google search by using mass posting techniques and keyword stuffing. Now we have our own dedicated search it will make our jobs much easier." He went on to say "Of course spamsearch will only index forums so you will still see our efforts on article submission sites, yahooareal.answer.com and youareatube.com"

Head of new search development at Google search Ms. Goggle issued a stern warning to website owners. "Spamsearch will track all site submissions by ip no. and any that are found to be "proper' web sites will immediately be banned from all search engines on the web except bing because they don't have so many."

For further information on new Google spamsearch click the link. www.getabiggercock.web

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