Let Optimized Web Design spam you up

Being a high ranking website for a great many terms, this site gets its fair share of spam comments from people hoping to promote their own piss poor websites. One such comment was from the jokers at Optimized Web Design.

These idiots spammed up one of my posts stating how they build SEO friendly websites. Well that’s nice to know, but what that’s got to do with the post I made?

I guess Optimized Web Design actually promote their clients’ websites in much the same manner, spamming them up like this in an attempt to rank them through the service provided by the spam merchants ‘myclicks.us’.

You can see that email was submitted by links@myclisks.us, who obviously have been paid by the idiots at Optimized Web Design to plug their shit on my blog.

Of course, reading between the lines I can guess that the idiot responsible actually got his email wrong, and it’s actually myclicks.us, another spam company.

Author : Ivaylo Kostadinov (IP: 62.204.137.170 , 170.direct-204-137.bgcell.net)
E-mail : links@myclisks.us
URL : http://www.optimizedwebdesign.us
Whois : http://ws.arin.net/cgi-bin/whois.pl?queryinput=62.204.137.170
Comment:
The Optimized Web Design is an innovative, SEO – friendly website design that has the option for quick search engine indexation and is intended to make websites attractive to both users and search engines. Check the new service and position your business now!

Stay off my website you spamming bastards. That’s not SEO, imbeciles.

Darren Jamieson, aka MrDaz, is the Technical Director and co-founder of Engage Web and has been working online in a career spanning two decades. His first website was built in 1998 and is still live today.

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3 thoughts on “Let Optimized Web Design spam you up”

  1. Hi Mr Daz – you’ve probably seen this already, but here’s another epic life-wrecking mistake by the CSA:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1021242/Man-sues-CSA-partner-leaves-letter-claiming-fathered-womans-child.html

    In a nutshell – the CSA sent him a letter saying he was the father of another woman’s child. His wife read the post, reasonably assumed he’d had an affair, and left him. It turned out to be an administrative error – he had nothing whatsoever to do with the other woman and her child. They’re suing.

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