4 Billion Pages indexed in under 3 Weeks

Via Digg, (so i’m not outing anyone here), merged has shown how some Romainian search engine spammers got more than 3 billion pages indexed in Google in under 3 week.

Check out this site: search of eiqz2q.org — depending which datacentre you hit, you will see between 3.8 and 5.5 BILLION RESULTS. Even worse… the domain is EIGHTEEN DAYS OLD. That’s right, in under 3 weeks, one person has managed to get one domain 5 billion pages indexed in Google. And they are ranking, too. That particular domain has an Alexa ranking of under 7,000. Another domain owned by the same person, t1ps2see.com, has between 1.7 and 2.4 billion indexed pages and an Alexa ranking of under 2,000… after 4 weeks.

It’s been said before, but clearly there is no money in black hat SEO and search engine spamming.

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8 Responses to “4 Billion Pages indexed in under 3 Weeks”

  1. […] Story found through Seo Blackhat Check out this site: search of eiqz2q.org — depending which datacentre you hit, you will see between 3.8 and 5.5 BILLION RESULTS. Even worse… the domain is EIGHTEEN DAYS OLD. That’s right, in under 3 weeks, one person has managed to get one domain 5 billion pages indexed in Google. And they are ranking, too. That particular domain has an Alexa ranking of under 7,000. Another domain owned by the same person, t1ps2see.com, has between 1.7 and 2.4 billion indexed pages and an Alexa ranking of under 2,000… after 4 weeks. Coincidentally, the sites also have 3 blocks of Adsense ads on each page. I wonder how much that one person is earning per day with billions and billions of pages indexed and ranking? […]

  2. Gotan Raider says:

    Nicely done. Funny the comments in DP :p

  3. MrPenn says:

    And the site (and all the others this guy or group put out) have now been de-indexed.

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  5. […] Apparently a Romanian has managed to get Google to index 4 billion pages in under 3 weeks. Obviously he didn’t write 4 billion pages by hand, they were machine generated… Maybe they were scraped, maybe he used a variety of unsavory techniques. One of his domains is the ultra catchy eiqz2q.org. We’ll have to see where this domain is in a few months. This domain is actually a redirect, or that is all it did when I tried it on June 20th 2006. The site I ended up at is some kind of pseudo search engine that likely is all paid links. I of course searched for Nurgle and this was the number one result. Actually I think I had to go through a number of other redirects first… […]

  6. […] Надо сказать, эта новость не дает того ощущения, когда читаешь, к примеру, Как польская девчушка получила 4 биллиона проиндексированных страниц после 3-х недель, посему она получилась довольно короткой (то вообще фантакстика, но какое название!). […]

  7. wdny says:

    How is that possible make 4 billion sub domains in 3 weeks?
    I don’t understand that, please clarify.

    Thank you

  8. wdny says:

    I don’t understand, why it is says on top that domain eiqz2q.org expired may 31, I think that belong to one of domain register company