My site, framed on a spam(?) site... what's going on?

by KarlWarren 3 replies
I noticed a site linking to me from my statcounter results...

It looks like some sort of site-farm and very very spammy:
eCoverNinja - Minisite Design | Condo and Office Rentals Singapore | condo-office-rentals.5ver.com

Hundreds of posts, each with a site framed within them.

I presume they are creating automated blogs and framing sites
within the posts.

I don't particularly want my site to be associated with it, anyone have
experience with these and is there anything I can do (at my end) to
prevent the practice?
#main internet marketing discussion forum #framed #site #spam
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  • Profile picture of the author KarlWarren
    Hi Tom,

    thanks for the help, that should do the trick.

    Kindest regards,
    Karl.
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    • Profile picture of the author Glenn Newsome
      Karl,
      They look to be hotlinking to your site--can also use up your bandwidth. You can enable hotlinking on your cpanel to allow only your site or sites you want to. I used an I-frame on my website at one time--of course, I ask for permission to do that with the other websites--(way to advertise for them).

      This will prevent them from doing it elsewhere.

      However, should someone click on your buttons--It should pay off for ya.

      Also, do you have affiliates? Here is the affiliate id if so--just ask em to quit.
      https://xxxxxxxxx.com/sell.php?id=47511
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      AKA "webnetincome" before the big name changes!
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