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Stupid link-building tactic #17 – filling in contact forms?

You have surely heard of “Stupid Pet Tricks”. Well, allow me to present “Stupid SEO Tricks”.

Here is someone trying to build links (directory links, perhaps?) by submitting their site to…the contact form on our SEO services page!

fullname: Manoj Damkondwar
email: emailsuppressed @yahoo.in
phone: 000-000-0000
url: http://www. urlsuppressed.com
keyword1: Remanufactured engine
keyword2: Rebuilt Engine
keyword3: used Engines
keyword4: Car Engines
keyword5: Truck Engine
service: other
language: english
message: Locate rebuilt & used automobile motors and engines for all cars, trucks, and marine applications including gas, diesel, electrical engines & high performance motors.

And here is someone trying to build links (comment spam links, perhaps?) by submitting a cut-and-paste comment to…the contact form on our blog writer for hire page!

fullname: Travesti
email: emailsuppressed @gmail.com
phone: 000-000-0000
url: http://www. urlsuppressed.com
service: blog
length: 10
message: Wow! this is the blog I like most. The templates and the designs really captivates me. Thanks for sharing this!

TIP FOR THE BRAIN-DAMAGED: If you plan to create a bunch of spammy links, at least take the time to make sure that the form you are filling is one that will create a spammy link. Otherwise you are wasting your time, because Google and Bing will never find the spammy link that never gets created.

On the other hand, maybe this is the best way to create spammy links – because Google and Bing will never find them.

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3 Responses to “Stupid link-building tactic #17 – filling in contact forms?”

  1. Belinda Callin (2 comments) Says:

    Lol, <3 this post! Thank you for validating my intelligence ;)

  2. Bernard Z. (1 comments) Says:

    lol Thats Funny, I thought that was is going to be an article about using directories to find sites and asking them for an link exchange via contact form. Hmm.. It doesn’t sound like a bad idea actually.

  3. Rotem (1 comments) Says:

    You do realize that that was a “robot”, right?

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