Buying cheap viagra algorithmically

Since Google can’t manage to clean up [Buy cheap viagra] let’s do it ourselves. Go seek a somewhat trusted search blog mentioning “buy cheap viagra” somewhere in the archives and link to the post with a slightly diversified anchor text like “how to buy cheap viagra online“. Matt deserves a #1 spot by the way so spread many links …

Then when Matt is annoyed enough and Google has kicked out the unrelated stuff from this search hopefully my viagra spam will rank as deserved again ;)

Update a few hours later: Matt ranks #1 for [buy cheap viagra algorithmically]:
Matt Cutts's first spot for [buy cheap viagra algorithmically]
His ranking for [buy cheap viagra] fell about 10 positions to #17 but for [buy cheap viagra online] he’s still on the first SERP, now at position #10 (#3 yesterday). Interesting. It seems that Google’s newish turbo-blog-indexing influences the rankings of pages linked from blog posts relatively short dated but not exactly long lasting.

Related posts:
Negative SEO At Work: Buying Cheap Viagra From Google’s Very Own Matt Cutts - Unless You Prefer Reddit? Or Topix? by Fantomaster
Trust + keywords + link = Good ranking (or: How Matt Cutts got ranked for “Buy Cheap Viagra”) by Wiep



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8 Comments to "Buying cheap viagra algorithmically"

  1. LZZR SEO on 18 July, 2007  #link

    I don’t mind GoogleBowling Matt Cutts if that’s what you mean :-)

  2. Sebastian on 19 July, 2007  #link

    That’s not exactly what I mean. Matt said his blog is a playground for testing things which Google could do better. He didn’t scream as a few guys persistently linked him without the dup-dup-dup prefix to manipulate his toolbar PageRank. So I don’t expect that he’s mad on me when he discovers that he uninentionally sells cheap viagra online.

    My point is that this SERP sucks since a while. Ok Ok Ok … I know Google is aware of its weird results, the search quality team will invent the right algo tweak eventually and all that. I’m just impatient.

    Also it’s fun to play with the newish turbo indexing. Everybody is happy to get indexed and ranked in lightning speed, but not so many folks discuss how it could be used to boost pages linked from timely contents. Join the game ;)

  3. Sebastian on 23 July, 2007  #link

    Ralph, thanks for the kind words:) Actually that’s not exactly a “brilliant stunt”, because it’s easy to push a page with links when all the linked words are on the page, and I wasn’t the first one targeting Matt’s blog with viagra links.

    However, it’s amazing how easy pages on a trusted domain can get ranked for funny stuff. And it’s possible to add valuations like “sucks” via anchor text. With minty freshness that works in lightning speed now, so your warning is spot on.

  4. fantomaster on 24 July, 2007  #link

    This is a blatant plagiarism and violation of copyright: You stole this article from http://ezinearticles.com/?id=562348
    without giving credit to the author and deleting the link in there.
    Remove it immediately from your blog or legal action will be taken, including Blogger/Google as accessories.

  5. Sebastian on 24 July, 2007  #link

    I apologize! When I scraped this consumer information on Cialis & Viagra I didn’t realize that The Viagra Expert Matt Cutts didn’t die 75 years ago, so that his brilliant essay on cheap Viagra procurement hassles easily solvable by on-line delivery channels falls under his copyright. Of course eZineArticles duplicating his intellectual properties had no right to publish his Viagra sales pitch either. I’m somewhat confused now, is it wrong to buy cheap Viagra at Matt Cutt’s online pharmacy or should I order generic Viagra at Cialis or even at Google Drugs?

  6. fantomaster on 24 July, 2007  #link

    LOL - where did this old comment of mine crop up from all of a sudden? It’s neither related to what I posted in response to yours nor is it topical here.

    Old sins catching up with us, skeletons in the closet rattling their bones? :)

  7. Sebastian on 25 July, 2007  #link

    Yep, it looked like a zombi-comment, smelled like a zombi-comment … I double checked it but didn’t find the splog it belongs to, so I took it for granted.

    Well, sometimes comment submit scripts hold unwanted caches ;) Blogger software and supernatural phenomenons live together in perfect harmony hehe.

    And what did you really post?

  8. fantomaster on 25 July, 2007  #link

    Yeah, could indeed have been a caching issues.

    Nothing dramatic what I originally posted, just and endorsement pointing to this Goo result for “Matt Cutts sucks”:
    http://www.google.com/search?q=matt+cutts+sucks&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a

    Seems he’s in the best white hat company on this score, too. :-)

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