Well done, you guys are really on the ball today. Another outbreak of SEO tagged spam from JASA SEO was started, within one hour the WordPress.com Anti-Spam Team had begun suspending these blogs.
Having a quick look at Readomatic, the spammers are still active, with the last post from them at 19h42 (GMT). The most common blog name being used is similar to “mydiarydumenvps25” – except the numbers are being changed. They are also using other Indonesian sounding names, most with numbers attached.
Jasa SEO Again!
What a pity there is no way for the WordPress Team to block all posts where the term ‘Jasa SEO’ is used (including this post – rather that than the spam!). Of course this would be unfair to bloggers posting articles condemning this company…
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Jasa SEO is a Black Hat SEO Company
All website owners looking for SEO services are advised to avoid Indonesian based Jasa SEO. They are actively practicing ‘black hat SEO’ techniques which can get your website downgraded or even banned from Google’s search results.
The operation uses multiple web addresses (URLS) which I am not going to provide here; a simple Google search for Jasa SEO will expose these URLS.
This black hat operation is also using blog spam to generate backlinks and leads to the websites run by their unethical low quality business.
Jasa SEO is a low quality operation; the content used in these spam blogs is so poorly written, full of outrageous spelling and grammar errors, that Google will not rank the content. If this is an indication of the type of service they offer to their customers, anyone paying for their services is getting ripped-off.
Jasa SEO Spammers Target WordPress.com
Today this black hat spam company embarked on a multi faceted attack on WordPress.com, creating multiple blogs using several sets of duplicated content. Their posts were tagged SEO and possible other related tags. In less than 90 minutes the spammers produced posts from spam blogs listed in the graphic below: Read the rest of this entry