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nitewing
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Subject: Sneaky redirect:---- Google catch
[www.webmasterworld.com]

The above thread set me thinking.

If Google can get the good guy and be blindsided by the bad guy then we are all in a mess of hurt.

Does anyone know how to catch websites doing this to you?

About a year ago I went to bed with a lot of clicks for the day and I was feeling real up about it but the next day ended with clicks cut in half...I believe if this was a Google move it would have been a gradual lowering progress instead of a clip plus it has never recovered. It is like I am sharing my clicks with someone else.

Anyone know how to run them down???



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/23/2007 09:29PM by Joshua.
June 23, 2007 09:14PM
DamonHD
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Subject: Re: Sneaky redirect:---- Google catch
Um, with a truck, and reverse and go forward again if needed until they really stop doing this? P^O

Sorry, couldn't resist, but I'm sure that it makes all of us honest toilers sad that people spend so much effort and cunning defrauding others when if they put that brainpower to positive use...

Rgds

Damon
June 23, 2007 11:24PM
nitewing
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Subject: Re: Sneaky redirect:---- Google catch
Thanks Damon,

I wish someone would help me try to worry out the solution to this bugger. smiling smiley
June 23, 2007 11:27PM
nitewing
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Subject: Re: Sneaky redirect:---- Google catch
Oh well, much ado about nothing. Seems Ibill has it figured out. smiling smiley
June 24, 2007 08:30AM

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