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I have just noticed that if you type

housepricecrash

in to google an advert appears on the right hand side pointing to a site that is represents people

who provide a service on how you can become rich if you buy in the current market.

The advert uses "www.Housepricecrash.co.uk" as the adverts title... which could mislead anyone who overhears our chat about this website and taps it in to google.

What can we do?

I think Google charges on a per IP address per click basis. An advertiser places a fixed cost for a fixed amount of referrals... so.... if we all google for the above and click through we could cost that company some money.

Is anyone else upset?

Use google to get there.... the advert points to www.propertynetworkingclub.com

:angry:

Maybe some HPCer should go along undercover to their london meeting... hand out leaflets. etc....

Grrrrrrrrrrrrr

Edited by coolaftershave

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It has now disappeared... I think we must have used their quota up.

I have done a little research and found out who these people are.

I have also included it on the attachment.

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The following is some info for the owners of this www.housepricecrash.co.uk that they

may find useful.

Section 1 : The website www.propertynetworkingclub.com owner details. Email etc....

Section 2 : The form at the bottom of his webpage submits the data to www.aweber.com

If the founders want to email John here is all the info....

CAS

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# 1 www.propertynetworkingclub.com

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propertynetworkingclub.com:

[whois.joker.com]

domain: propertynetworkingclub.com

owner: John Bradford

email: john@printbuyers.co.uk

admin-c: newdom@lowcostnames.co.uk#0

tech-c: newdom@lowcostnames.co.uk#0

billing-c: newdom@lowcostnames.co.uk#0

reseller: Domain registered by Low Cost Names

reseller: http://www.lowcostnames.co.uk

nserver: ns1.ipowerweb.net

nserver: ns2.ipowerdns.com

status: lock

created: 2004-01-09 11:52:00 UTC

modified: 2006-01-12 12:30:18 UTC

expires: 2008-01-09 06:51:43 UTC

source: joker.com live whois service

query-time: 0.026785

db-updated: 2006-02-25 19:47:15

------------------------------------------

# 2 www.aweber.com

------------------------------------------

Registrant: Make this info private

AWEBER SYSTEMS, INC.

2865 S. Eagle Rd. #338

Newtown, PA 18940-1560

US

Domain Name: AWEBER.COM

Administrative Contact , Technical Contact :

AWEBER SYSTEMS, INC.

tom@aweber.com

2865 S. Eagle Rd. #338

Newtown, PA 18940-1560

US

Phone: 215 579 3282

Fax: 123 123 1234

Record expires on 04-Aug-2015

Record created on 05-Aug-1998

Database last updated on 10-Jan-2006

Domain servers in listed order: Manage DNS

NS1.AWEBER.COM 207.106.239.72

NS2.AWEBER.COM 12.111.219.226

Show underlying registry data for this record

Current Registrar: NETWORK SOLUTIONS, LLC.

IP Address: 207.106.239.74 (ARIN & RIPE IP search)

IP Location: US(UNITED STATES)-NEW HAMPSHIRE-LEBANON

Record Type: Domain Name

Server Type: Apache

Lock Status: REGISTRAR-LOCK

Web Site Status: Active

DMOZ 1 listings

Y! Directory: see listings

Web Site Title: AWeber Autoresponder & Newsletters: Unlimited Follow Up Autoresponders Increase Email Deliverability.

Meta Description: Unlimited Autoresponders and Newsletter Hosting with 99.34% Email Deliverability, Reliable Follow Up. Toll free phone, live chat, email support.

Meta Keywords: unlimited, autoresponder, autoresponders, broadcasts, followup, follow up, email autoresponder, email autoresponders, affiliate, email deliverability

Secure: Yes

E-commerce: Yes

Traffic Ranking: Not available

Data as of: 21-Oct-2005

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========================================

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Guest Charlie The Tramp

It has now disappeared... I think we must have used their quota up.

It`s back up, looks as if they have put another shilling in the meter. ;)

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They are using Google Adwords and probably paying £0.50 per 'click-through'.

I suggest we all click on the link 20 or 30 times - that will soon use up their quota!

Since its the only ad, there's no others, the amount is more likely to be the miniumum (used to be £0.04p)

I don't think they can used the hpc url in their advert, so a complaint to Google should get it removed

Edited by Mr Blek

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here's a screen grab , just in case they decide to take it down.

wouldn't the website name be copyrighted (? or whatever?) and as such shouldn't be used.

Any idea what laws govern this?

heres a screen shot of the screen shot in case we lose the original screen shot

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guess housepricecrash is on the map then - they see it as a threat - they are scared

"If it bleeds we can kill it"

Yup. HPC.co.uk must be hurting someone somewhere. Also had another thought.

domain: propertynetworkingclub.com

owner: John Bradford <------ This guy must be a troll on this site.

email: john@printbuyers.co.uk

The names of speakers listed on his page must be a list of real troll names.

I thinks it would be a good idea to go along and hand out our leaflets... of turn

up with HPC t-shirts and hand them out. Shame I am no longer in the UK.

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There but for the grace of God go . :D yea, to a house price crash :D

John Bradford, Encyclopedia of Word and Phrase Origins <--- not our friend above but writer by the same name.

Edited by coolaftershave

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Hmm.

Can I recommend that Charlie dumps this thread before right fred's dead sees it?

...otherwise I suspect Mr. Bradford is soon going to be getting taxis arriving at 3a.m., Chinese takeaways he didn't order, and brown envelopes containing rather unsavoury contents.

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Lost count how many times I've clicked on it now as I've had a few beers :D .

Must get back and do some more before my battery goes flat! :lol: .

Hope that helps the cause!

You need to delete the cookie left by google after each click otherwise its counted as one click!!!!

e.g. after going back and searching for houseprice crash after the first time the voting link look

the same.... (Place mouse over to inspect grey bar at the bottom of this IE window)

http://www.google.co.uk/pagead/iclk?sa=l&a...om/homepage.htm

http://www.google.co.uk/pagead/iclk?sa=l&a...om/homepage.htm

after removing cookie

http://www.google.co.uk/pagead/iclk?sa=l&a...om/homepage.htm

A new request is taken... and 50p out of their wallets.

CAS

Edited by coolaftershave

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I have archived the original page, as is. sharper than screen shot and better than pdf ;). Bullet proof :P

I think we should archive this thread and take a screen shot of it .......just in case :D

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