I did a backlink search on my profile and saw this funny website is linking to hubpages.
http://www.thailandguideonline.com/link … 789&c=
This is totally weird. I clicked the link and got the my hubtivity page. In other words, it was the current hubtivity page, but with my picture. How does that happen?
They have a frame that was advertising escorts and hookers in Thailand. Just thought it was weird they were linking to hubpages LOL. I am not sure how it works, but somehow they are using their frame and url to redirect to hubpages.
This is a very simple trick as the coding calls hubpages. If you click the Hubpage icon top left of this page you will get the same affect.
Here's the source code the link calls up:
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