Cool Website Spamming images

Some cool website spamming images:

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Image by Kathryn Denman
From Lauren’s Senior Pictures. More on Facebook. I hope I’m not spamming you guys.
facebook || formpsring || website

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Image by renovatio06
I am happy to notice that the store owner of a local specialty goods store actually used nearly all the shots I did for him as a bona fide service to introduce myself as a photographer. However, he apparently wanted to show his gratitude in that he gave me this model of a classic Mini Cooper as a gift to have.
Awww, there are many things superior than money, appreciation certainly being one of them!

P.S.: And while we’re at it: National Geographic Magazine have actually requested one of my images for potential publication in an article they plan on doing for their website and next issue. I had to crosscheck first, since there is just an insane amount of hoaxes and spamming, but the sender of the request evidenced to be trusty and – heck – yeah, if they want it, they shall have it!

Q&A: What are the best (non spamming) methods to market a new website?

Question by Marcello: What are the ideal (non spamming) methods to market a new website?
I have website (not yet up) that will come out where you can log on and play some games against other players on the web for free. I want to see if the games are good enough to maintain interest, and thus if enough people really are interested in signing up for free, see if there is a market for it for a small cost.

Anyhow, initially, all I want to do is get the word out to see if people want to try it out for free. I don’t want to do anything like spamming or things like that, and I do have money to spend on marketing ideas if that is the ideal way. Any and all advice is greatly appreciated.

Best answer:

Answer by imisidro
“If you build it, they will come” is not necessarily true on the Web. Putting a website up is one thing, but getting visitors to come to your site is another. The process becomes even more difficult if you have limited resources to market your business.

Here are some shoestring marketing ideas that can help you get the visitors you need at the least cost possible:

1. Create the ideal content you can with the ideal products you can possibly offer. Your content is your ideal advertisement – if visitors love your content, then they will go back and spread the word to others.

2. Make it simple for users to advocate your site. Viral marketing is very important — and simple to tap on the Web. But give your users the tools. Get a Advocate this Site script from websites such as and similar directories of scripts. Some even go as far as giving incentives to those who advocate the site to their friends. If only 10 people go to your site, but these 10 people invite 10 more – that’s additional traffic that you get for FREE!

Recommend Site Scripts (various)
Big Nose Bird Advocate this Site
CGI Resource Index

3. Rank well in the search engines (organic search results, not the pay per click). SEs can be a huge source of traffic. The key is to create the ideal content in your niche. If you have good content, other websites will gladly link to you and offer your site as a resource to their audience. Check the on-page factors and be sure to get linked from dominance sites in your topic area.

If you are going to read only one piece on search engine optimization, I recommend you read Brett Tabke of’s “Successful Site in 12 Months with Google Alone: 26 steps to 15k a day.”

SEO for Google
SEO for Yahoo!
Tying It Together: SEO For The Huge Three

4. Send out press releases. While outfits charge as much as $ 650 per release, there are free press release submission places on the Web. Press releases grant you to (a) attract media attention; (b) get more back links to your website without sending apiece website an email request; and (c) get more visibility especially if your press release gets in Google News or Yahoo News.

5. Submit articles. Write articles and submit them to websites accepting author submissions. You get exposure for your business; establishes you as an dominance in your field, and grants you to get backlinks for your website. If 50 websites publish your article and it contains a link back to your website, then you easily get 50 links from a single article. The more links you have, the greater your chances for increasing your search engine rankings.

Here is a comprehensive list of where to submit your articles;_ylt=AhzreGmnCUicOoyedqypscUjzKIX?qid=1006022407481

6. Improve your conversion. Getting visitors is one thing; getting them to purchase your products is a whole different story. Read the article “10 Ways to Convert Visitors to Buyers” for tips on how to improve your conversion rates.

7. Post a link to your site for free where it is granted (always read the Terms of Use). Examples are:

Google Base
Classifieds for Free…
Text Link Exchange
Yahoo Classifieds
US Free Ads

What do you think? Answer below!

Who do I contact in regards to a website spamming?

Question by razsports: Who do I contact in regards to a website spamming?
There is a website that uses the word sports four times in their title tag(uses same title for apiece page on their site) and uses the word sports twice in their short description(which their description makes no sense) and uses the word sports 10 times for keyword phrases. I’ve had enough of this site imperfectness to obey by clean business practice laws.

I’d like to report them to search engines and their hosting company. I contated yahoo by filling out their form, but they have NOT taken action. I filed that complaint two weeks ago.

Best answer:

Answer by padam_india
Contact concerned country`s goverment as well as consumer court of concerned country.

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

Nice Website Spamming photos

A few nice website spamming images I found:

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Image by mbrewer
TUAW is spamming their website with "WWDC". I used Safari to find that on their website while I was looking for stories about this year’s WWDC. I found the stories, but I also found 20 hidden instances of "WWDC" right underneath their Blogsmith badge.

Mesure anti-spam drastique / Drastic Anti-Spam Measure
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Image by meantux
Une recrudescence frustrante de commentaires-spams sur mon site m’oblige à fermer l’accès aux commentaires sur Mais il reste toujours la possibilité pour les gens de venir laisser des commentaires aux mêmes photos sur Ceux qui gèrent Flickr ont beaucoup plus de ressources, de patience et d’outils pour contrer ce fléau.

A new wave of comment-spamming was frustrating me on my website and it forces me to block any access to any creation of comments on But there is always the possibility for you all to come and leave comments on the very same photos at The people at Flickr have much more ressources, patience and tools to fight this plague.

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