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Wednesday, November 28, 20071196269200

2007 Dozier Internet Law Google Rankings - Week 7

Dozier continues to throw cash at spam advertising -- doorway pages, theory pants, and the rest -- in order to prevent googlers from finding out information about the company. Still, the fact that some of the spam pages are very, very low imply that the "newness" of their empty pages wears off quick. Ultimately, John Dozier may only be opening up his company and himself to liability, as these "attorney advertising" pages may eventually turn into sites for adult websites, or other illicit pursuits, if he doesn't keep their registration up to date.

NameThis WeekLast TimeChange
Dozier Internet Law, PC11holds
cybertriallawyer.com22holds
Dozier Internet Law33holds
Dozier Internet Law44holds
Dozier Internet Law56+1
Dozier Internet Law67+1
Dozier Internet Law Sucks710+3
Ars Techncia88holds
FindLaw911+2
New York Personal Injury Lawyer1015+5
Dozier Internet Law11( - )new
tdaxp125-7
tdaxp.com1312-1
Tailrank1413-1
CLP159-6
Accidental Blogger1614-2
newyorkpersonalinjuryattorneyblog.com17( - )new
South Dakota Politics1817-1
Dreaming 5GW1921+2
Phatic Communion2020holds
Blog of M'Gath2119-2
dreaming5gw.com2222holds
Yahoo! Delicious2323holds
I Hate Linux2424holds
ihatelinux.blogspot.com2525holds


Dropped from rankings: Infomercial Blog (16), Plagiarism Today (18)

Others Receiving Votes: Jim River Report (received votes), Code Prairie (received votes), codeprairie.net (dropped from rankings), Topix (received votes), dEarth dX (received votes), Sphinn, Wordpress (received votes), pubcit.typepad.com (received votes)

Comments

All I want for Chanukah this year is the domain name theorypants.com.

Too bad the firm is weaseling its way back into the top of your "rankings" using tactics for which they themselves threaten to sue other parties. If you search "PublishAmerica" in Google, you'll see a great example of how bloggers and the like managed to get the word out that a company was scamming its clients and unfairly attacking its detractors.

But, really, theorypants.com. It'll be awesome.

Posted by: fl | Wednesday, November 28, 2007

If there is any happiness in this news, it's that Dozier's spam domains appear to peak high (both fresh content and new domain name), then crater. Already, in today's google search, their #11 looks to be off the top 25.

Posted by: Dan tdaxp | Thursday, November 29, 2007

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