Is it also possible that their target was other less advanced search
engines that would still index malformed links. MSN's search comes to
On Sun, 21 Nov 2004 03:51:36 +0000, Roy Schestowitz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> It's possible that Google, not being able (or not willing rather) to
> index '???' or find the target, will permute it with the rel attribute.
> Or maybe it's just miserable incompetence.
> Roy Schestowitzcom
> > I just got two spam comments with this:
> > > <a rel=http://game.bucuo.net><b>???</b></a>
> > > <a rel=http://sms.bucuo.net><b>????</b></a>
> > > <a rel=http//v.bucuo.net><b>????</b></a>
> > (and like a dozen other links like that)
> > The links are obviously not clickable... so what was the point? Will
> > Google index these malformed links?
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