I’ve had to change this post…

I’m really tired of seeing sleazy keywords as my top performers in my analytics and I’ve decided to nuked my own page because of it.

The image will remain in case you’re interested and want to figure out what this page was once about.

3 thoughts on “I’ve had to change this post…

  1. Joe says:

    You know, those are just links to porn. The intention is not to drive people, but search engines to it so they rank higher for keywords.

    I don’t hold any harm or responsibility upon Digg. They just have a list of Web sites people may check out. Perhaps now after you raise this to their attention, they will remove it from their list of sites.

    Again, Digg isn’t promoting illegal porn, despite the misleading title.

    ~Joe

  2. Many porn spammers will deceptively advertise their sites’ contents, and since they are more interested in making money than going to jail I would suspect that is probably the case here as well, although of course you never know.

    Definitely safer not to click on those links, and not just for legality reasons either. Often times hacked blogs will be used as a venue to deliver viruses to people’s computers.

  3. knarf says:

    I don’t think that I would blame digg for this, the spamer just picked a very oppertune time to hack that blog. It’s almost as bad as using internet explorer to surf the net. You should try Firefox for your browsing and screen shots. ;-)

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