Information technology giant Google is no longer shy about sex and porn. Now, they have a porn website in their own backyard. (See Screenshot 01.) Or perhaps, that’s not exactly what they want and wish to sweep sex and porn off their own backyard?
Google used to be good at finding information on the Internet. If they still are, then why can’t they find a scrap website like the one shown in Screenshot 01? If they still are, then the only logical answer is, again, they want sex and pornography. Another possible reason is that they aren’t doing it right or they just don’t know how. So I decided to waste my own time in writing a simple tutorial for Google so that they find sex and pornography in their backyard while they can allocate their resources to making more money.
Screenshot 01 – Source: Google
Screenshot 02 – Source: MacHouse
Screenshot 03 – Source: MacHouse
- Go to WordPress > Download and download WordPress.
- Decompress the file. And upload the resulting files to a remote server.
- After installing a blog, go to WordPress > Support and post fake support questions to advertise its own website with a hyperlink. Example: Could somebody tell me how to change themes? My website is located at MHVT.NET Spammers like ones who are posting comments as in Screenshot 02 use spam crawlers to pick up domain names at WordPress Support.
- Create an account at Gmail.
- Post some articles and mention the Gmail address. Example: Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now, all they have to do is to write articles at their blog to make it popular. Site popularity will bring more spammers. And if they get regulars, they will have spam comments like the one shown in Screenshot 01.
In summary, all they have to do is to subscribe to spam comments and spam e-mail messages to see what’s going at their own backyard. No rocket scientist is required. No search giant is required.
How many exmployees should Google allocate to this Operation Sex and Porn? Just one… I create video tutorials, write Internet security articles, review Mac software titles… all by myself. How many employees does Google have?