If we are to believe Eric Ward’s intuition about linkers’ trust, India will not be able to replicate its success in IT with more subtle services like SEO. Creating sophisticated campaigns and engaging in online conversations might not be possible with Indian cheap labour. It has nothing to do with their talent or education; SEO is becoming more related to knowledge and quality than with quantity and small investments.
This blog proved to me that Indian SEO services are a no-no. My akismet spam filter is not detecting a recent web of spam comments on this blog. They come from a referrer including the domain digitalwebsolutions . in.
They are heavily promoting the site priks . dk. Their comments look like this:
“Linksys WRT54G (and variants WRT54GS, WRT54GL, and WRTSL54GS) is a Wi-Fi capable residential gateway from Linksys. The device is capable of sharing Internet connections among several computers via 802.3 Ethernet and 802.11b/g wireless data links.”
This comment was uploaded to the post My Linksys WRT54GL router.
Another site promoted by the spammers is fakdi s.dk. On the post Abusive charges by Virgin Media they uploaded this comment: “Virgin Media became in 2006 the first “quadruple-play” media company in the United Kingdom, bringing together a service consisting of television, Internet, mobile phone and fixed-line telephone services. Virgin Media represents a prime example of telecommunication convergence”.
As far I can see, these sessions start from referrers like this one: mail.google.com/a/digitalwebsolutions.in/?ui=2&ik=f5800ee8a9&view=att&th=121ce8326e93c8f6&attid=0.1&disp=vah&realattid=f_fvt8but10&zw
Their web site reads:
D igital Web Solutions offers all kinds of Link Building Services ranging from Non-PR-Specific links to PR2+, PR3+ and PR4+ links.
Well, I’m sorry, but Acute accent is a blog of PR1! 🙂
The visits from digitalwebsolutions.in alternate with the ones from an IP address of adsl.hnpt.com.vn (Vietnam Telecom National) visited all the posts above, one by one in consecutive order, probably checking the spam comments left by the former.