I was looking at my referral logs recently and noticed a couple hits from google searches for "lesbian spanking stories" hitting one of my pages. Wondering what the heck could have cause Google to think I had written about lesbian spanking stories, I checked the page.

Sure enough, there was an old bit of comment spam I had missed. Amusingly, the spam didn't provide any links back to the pr0n site but did put me relatively high in the ranking for that search phrase.

Heh. I guess that spam backfired.

Anyway, that led to a few more comments I missed. So, thanks to lesiban spanking stories, I now have a bit less comment spam.

Who'd have thought?

Posted by jzawodn at September 01, 2005 05:21 PM

Reader Comments
# Mike said:

Now with this post you'll probably rise to #1 in serp.

on September 1, 2005 05:52 PM
# Jerald Rozier said:

We're looking for our cousin Katherine Mabe Zawodny. The last information we had was she was a nurse, her husband's name was Kenneth and they lived in Ohio. Are you related to her? We apologize for being off topic, but we're hoping you can help.
Thank you.

on September 1, 2005 07:28 PM
# alek said:

I have a similar story Jeremy - so I wrote ABOUT referer spam logging and included some log entries as an example - see http://www.komar.org/faq/scumbags/referrer-log-spamming/sexxx-links.net.txt ... and that page ranks #51 in Google for "sexx" ... so I got over a hundred inbounds for that term last month - sheesh!

on September 2, 2005 09:10 PM
# Kelson said:

Now that's just classic! Gotta love the irony that it improved your page rank and not the spammer's.

on September 3, 2005 12:25 PM
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