Monkey Balls In Louisville Kentucky

by TheMadHat on November 28, 2007

Just because I can. And so can you! For ONLY fourteen installments of $1,997.99 you can rank at least 4th for phrases like “Monkey Balls In Louisville Kentucky” and wedding favors that express who you are! Act now because this offer will only last 10 minutes from the time you read this.

If you live in the Louisville Kentucky area and you sell Monkey Balls…well what the hell are you waiting on? How about wedding favors that express who you are? What the hell does that mean anyway? If Joe “Article Expert” Palladino ever gets married and/or re-married, I think I’ll send him some dried up monkey balls…or even a douche bag because that essentially expresses who he is.

Hey Matt, why are you so concerned with black hat idiots that can’t even get a PHP script to work instead of slime ball scammers that use your search engine to steal money from unsuspecting mom and pop storefronts? Oh wait…cause that doesn’t cost Google anything does it. In fact it probably makes you some money from his AdWords account. Don’t be evil…

Monkey Balls in Louisville Kentucky

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Brian November 28, 2007 at 9:37 am

That shit cracked me up when Rae exposed that guy last night, what a douche. Gives the whole industry a bad name!

TheMadHat November 28, 2007 at 10:36 am

The sad thing is that it must actually still work or people wouldn’t be doing it. I think instead of a “paid links” report, there should be an “idiot scam” report feature in Google.

Sebastian November 28, 2007 at 10:45 am

From a similar scam artist I know that tons of folks buy this crap. Instead of questionable malware warnings …

> there should be an “idiot scam” report feature in Google

… or a dumbass warning as well as a scam button on the [Joe Palladino] SERP

ronnie ferez December 6, 2007 at 11:07 pm

I wonder why ‘scammers’ like this are not being banned by google? Or prolly placing a waring sign on them when they appear on SERPS. Instead, they proliferate and people still buy. Arghh.

Rae December 10, 2007 at 6:12 pm

I asked PRWeb for an explanation and got some canned “we don’t quality control content” – hmmmm…

Speaking of though, madhat – you now rank for:

and even in the thirties for that huge keyword: monkey balls!

and finally, you apparently are the BEST monkey balls seo on the planet:


Rae December 10, 2007 at 6:17 pm

Oh, and a search for the article seo douchebag website turns up my twitter as the second result for … until this post replaces it of course :)

Rae December 10, 2007 at 6:19 pm

And because I’m not even blogrolled? You should also rank for “brave monkey ball seo” as well ;-) (hahahahahaha)

TheMadHat December 10, 2007 at 6:32 pm

first off, negative ghost rider, you are on my spectasticular blogroll, it’s just randomized with every feed I read regularly… but since I love you so much I’ll go ahead and put you in about 50 times so you show up a lot ;)

I don’t mind being a brave monkey ball seo…just as long as I’m brave ;)

TheMadHat December 10, 2007 at 6:34 pm

I’m going to have a bunch of weird mountain men from Kentucky calling me soon ;)

domeinregistratie December 31, 2007 at 7:05 pm

I aint from Kentucky nor do I have anything against whatever stated in the post… but i did enjoy it especially that picture. i’ve never seen a monkey with aqua colored balls! Cool!

Mark Pilatowski January 25, 2008 at 10:51 pm

If this type of garbage is not bad enough the “reputable” publishers like the Yellow Pages are out there doing damn near the same thing. My uncle owns a business and told me about a meeting he had with the sales guy from the Yellow Pages and the sales pitch was not much better. Until the majority of users becomes more savvy this shit will proliferate and honestly I don’t think it will ever go away.

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