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search-engines-web.com writes "The ArtWork and the Humor will brighten up your Friday.Ringo Starr shows the personal side of his relationship with the Beatles through this collection spanning several decades.ringostarr.com/postcards.html"
Okay let me add some words, why does it say "http://XXX.sXarch-Xngines-wXb.com/ writes " is this a subtle form of someone trying to boost THAT site in google rankings? If so it is despicable and should be edited.
I believe this issue has come up before. I like it better when the poster changes it to 'Mysterious Search Engine person' or something similar. The search engine person does suggest a lot of good articles, and if the website's google ranking changes because of it, so be it.
I'll just repeat what knhess said.This issue has come up before, both in public and on the authors only list. I almost always change it to 'Mysterious Search Engine person' or something similar. The search engine person really does suggest a lot (more than anyone else by far) of good articles, and if the website's google ranking changes because of it, so be it.His motives may not be "pure", but we all benefit from his submissions. He has a nose for news, but needs some HTML cleaning up most of the time.This is one that I would've cleaned up a bit more, but if it's the worse thing that happens today, we're all doing pretty damn good.
All is fair in love and war :-)
As long as the site does not popup, try to install spyware, make itself your search engine, override changes, block regedit from running, etc I will shut up. Of course it could do all that but I am running Firefox so would not know :-)
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