Discussion in 'Announcements and Feedback' started by ConHog, Sep 9, 2010.
get associated with a thread?
I'm not sure either. But...if anyone knows how to change malicious attacks like have happened to my "The List" thread and the "ABIKER is a A"...thread please PM Gunny and myself. The List is being held hostage until the bogus Key Words can be removed.
Sean Corey aka HUGGY
I honestly don't know and I ask b/c there was a thread the other day that the keywords were conhog is a slut. Now certainly I don't care what if people think ConHog is a slut, it just piqued my curiosity because I in fact could not find anything in the thread which suggested I was. Just weird.
I'll show you.
"Visitors found this page by searching for these keywords" doesn't mean anything to you? It means just that. Somebody with too much time on their hands googled insults until "Conhog is a slut" found that page and they opened it. The software picked that search term up and listed it at the bottom of the page. How Google found it using those key words I have no idea. Nor do I know how to remove them once they're associated with that page. I've just seen it done before on other sites.
Seems some folks in here like to play, there are some hilarious key words on some of the threads. It's not a new trick, and you gotta admit it can be funny. .
What I did was highlighted "get associated with a thread?", right-clicked in Chrome, and chose "search Google for...". It didn't pop up in the search results, so I added "usmb" after "...thread?" -- then it popped up as the first result. Clicked on that, so the keywords were then associated with this thread.
...get associated with a thread? - Google Search
Like saying douchebag, dick, ****, Ferrari, cock sucker, con, blow, job?
well I dont guess I really give a crap, was just curious.
Search engines use "spider bots" to mine posts on the web. They track every word you post. So when you search words or several words together it will show posts that have the word or links of words.
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