(PRWEB) April 30, 2005
According to a recent research on Google search engine spam, "phentermine" has become the no. 1 SE spammers' keyword.
The appearance of Pay Per Click Search Engines has lead to growing search engine spam. Webmasters participating in PPC SE affiliate programs use special techniques to manipulate search engine results and generate traffic to their affiliate websites.
A research by Rizhkov Vlad, webmaster of http://www.phentermine-all.com, shows that 25 out of top 100 Google results for "phentermine" query are "doorways" and "cloaked pages" - web sites or single pages, that are designed, considering major search engines' relevancy algorithms, to get high rankings.
Most of high PR blogs and guestbooks are spammed with immense amount of links, pointing to phentermine doorways. By doing this spammers manipulate Google's Pagerank (Google relevancy algorithm, based on the number of links, pointing to a website and the quality of links), and get high rankings on Google.
The fact that "Phentermine" is considered one of the most profitable keywords in PPC marketing leads to growing number of webmasters designing "doorway" pages for the keyword.
Most of quality phentermine related websites lost the opportunity to get free search engine traffic and are replaced from the top 100 Google search results by "doorways" and "cloaked pages".
"SE spam will never be defeated, as search engines algorithms are written by humans. There will always be ways to manipulate them", says on of the participants of PPC Search Engine affiliate program.
As Google continues to fight SE spammers to provide surfers with relevant results, spammers think of new ways to spam search engines, considering Google's new web search patent.