Friday, October 08, 2010

Daily Kos: campaign to spam the Internet with links to junk and spam blogs

Showing the utter disrespect for democracy and objectivity of the Internet, as well as the lack of any substance and values in their political plans, the well-known American hard-core extreme leftist hateful website called Daily Kos has initiated a new campaign attempting to distort the results of the upcoming elections in the U.S. by spamming all websites on the Internet with links to spam blogs attacking conservative politicians.

A special SEO team is advising tens of thousands of activists in this organization to post links in places and ways that "optimize" the impact on Google's indices.

Is this publicly organized Google bombing actually legal in the U.S.? Can you sue them? Cannot Google just identify the Daily Kos spammers who try to compromise the quality of Google's database and to remove their "contributions" from the indexed Internet? Does Google actually want to remove this type of spam?

At any rate, Daily Kos subscribers have received the following e-mail (see also this page):

[Your name],

Every time you post a hyperlink anywhere on the Internet - including on message boards and social networking sites - it impacts search engines like Google. Also, one of the most common actions undecided voters take online is to use search engines like Google to find information about candidates. As such, shouldn't we learn how to post hyperlinks in a way that helps lead to our preferred political outcomes?

With a new campaign from Daily Kos, Grassroots Search Engine Optimization, you can do just that. By learning about the most effective ways to post hyperlinks, Grassroots SEO will help hundreds of thousands of undecided voters read damaging news articles on the Republican candidate for Congress in their district.

It sounds tricky, but it’s pretty easy. To make it work, we just need a few hundred grassroots activists like you to sign up and take part.

In 2006, we used this technique to reach over 700,000 voters in key congressional districts during the last two weeks of the midterms. With the rise of Twitter and Facebook, we can do even better in 2010.

To get started, sign up here. Once you sign up, you will be redirected to a Daily Kos diary that explains the next steps.

Keep fighting,
Chris Bowers
Campaign Director, Daily Kos

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