I admit, I might be calling it the wrong thing but I was assured by a few hubbers on another thread that Google has a form for bulk spam reports. I've been looking for some time now but I just can't find it. I'd like to get started on the thousands of webpages with spun content and malware that are contaminating my subdomain but I really, really don't have the time to put them into the only spam reporting tools I've found. They allow you to list multiple URLs on the same domain, but I need to be able to enter in URLs of all different domains, ideally in batches of five hundred to a thousand. Using the forms I've found, it might literally take me years working full time at it to file all the spam reports I need to.
Please direct me to Google's bulk spam reporting tool.
did you Google 'Google's Bulk Spam Reporting Tool" ????
by Susannah Birch 8 years ago
I know there has been a few complaints about the spamming of the forums on weekends lately, with suggestions by hubbers that people from countries such as the UK should be given moderation positions in order to delete these posts fast and efficiently.I'd like to suggest that instead, some sort of...
by Janis Leslie Evans 5 years ago
Just reporting this problem to tech. Check it out.
by American View 2 years ago
Who do you think reports the most honest news CNN, MSNBC, FOX
by James Paterson 6 years ago
Is anyone else having a problem with their Amazon associates updating? my own page has not updated since the 11th.....jimmy
by sabrebIade 7 years ago
Okay ladies and gentlemen I apologize if this has been posted in the forums before but I just found this. It's Google's handy dandy little scraper reporting tool!Yes, if someone has scraped your content, you can use this to report it directly to Google. This is the link to the...
by moanalisa 9 years ago
My understanding is that this is against the ToS. Yet I see a huge amount of it going on.
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