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I-Search Discussion List
"Understanding Internet Search Technology."

List Moderator: Marshall D. Simmonds
E-Mail i-search@mmgco.com

May 28, 1999 Issue # 129
"FFA Sites"

~Rod Aries
continuing topic

From: "Rod Aries" <howtointernet@home.com>
Subject: regarding the spam from FFA sites

Subject: regarding the spam from FFA sites
Huburtus wrote,

>> But I don't know, I must have submitted my site onto a page which was linked to a FFA site. The answer was tremendously, I received then more then 1.000 spam mails!<<

First knowing that most of your visits, are going to come from the major engines and directories, but still for those who want to venture onward, submitting to every FFA and obscure business directory known (and unkown) to man, there is a way to effectively manage the spam.

In an average week, my staff will submit to over 40,000 sites on behalf of clients (40 pages to 1,000 sites each - all-the-while, staying within the guidelines of each engine...). Generates quite a bit of traffic, and inevitably some spam.

So, here what I do to put extra meat in the visits, while taking the fat out of the spam...

When I register a domain name with a site that wants an email address, I now simply have my client create a "throw-away" email address, say, register@yourdomainname.com, and then I have the client set the filters in eudora or outlook or whatever to put register@yourdomainname.com into trash...

Sure, I get a few bcc's that sneak through, and maybe I miss a legitimate inquiry, but 1,000's of spam are instantly flushed; and I have gained additional exposure - visits - for my client's web site.

Of course, the skill is not in submitting, but in knowing what, and how, to submit.

At your service,
Rod Aries, How To Internet Your Business
Industrial Strength Search Engine Optimization

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