Google Subdomains Issue Passes Over

Jun 21, 2006 | 1,350 views | by Candid SEO
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The storm had come and is almost gone too. Google is thankfully still standing. I am talking about the "Step-by-Step: How to Get BILLIONS of Pages Indexed by Google." Many pages have been deindexed and not many are talking about it now.

However, it exposed a Google loophole.

"Google and the new BigDaddy crawler is showing an even more idiotic preference when indexing and ranking subdomains."

There were many to take advantage of the revelation.

"In under 3 weeks, one person has managed to get one domain 5 billion pages indexed in Google. And they are ranking, too. The sites also have 3 blocks of Adsense ads on each page. "

Everybody kept wondering how much they earned with such huge opprtunities. You could

  • Register a meaningless domain consisting of numbers, letters, and secret symbols.
  • Setup a server to manage all of your domains and subdomains.
  • Buy as many article databases as you can.
  • Create or buy a common scraper script and you are ready to launch your blog comment spam attack.

In the end, all I can say is Long Live Google.