Google indexing parked domains – Spam in Google index-Genuine sites in loss

Posted By: KP On June 15, 2009 Under Google, Internet Categories


As you all know I run a website to help students related to admission process.Domain of the website is www.gujaratadmission.com , but people here miss spell the word admission,they spell it as “addmission”.The misspelled domain is already taken and parked to some parking service.

Now the problem is the parking service allow to add meta tags to parked domain.The misspelled domain owner added meta tags.So somehow Google algorithms took it as a normal site instead of parked domain.

So what happens now,whenever a person search directly for the misspelled domain the parked domain ranks at first position.Which is clearly black hat and spam.Obviously people do not like to visit parked domains.

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I talked about the problem with a Google employee about the problem,he told that they don’t list parked domain,but in such black hat techniques still getting it listed.Also he told that the current algorithm can’t do anything when user directly searches for parked domain.He told me that he will report spam team of Google.

Also I will report matt cutts the spam head of Google.

Hope Google change the algorithms soon and the world’s most favorite search engine get more perfect.

I will try to report using report spam but problem is that in that I can’t explain the things with screenshot as I did here.

Its just example of one site,many sites may be there.I am sure that genuine sites loosing rank and visitors too which really have good content.



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  1. meenakshi venkatraman
    Dec 19, 2011 at 11:39:28
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    yes that is true.But parked domains are used for a lot of black hat tricks.Google and other search engines have ti invent a new algorithm to tackle this issue

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