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Most SEO companies, including mine, see a good number of hacked websites, usually after the site owner contacts us wanting to find out why their Google traffic has suddenly dropped for no apparent reason.
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from ciaran 2340 Days ago #
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This one will be getting added to our to-do list for all clients. Good work Patrick..

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from andrewburnett 2340 Days ago #
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In the bookmarks under "SEO Necessity", thanks!

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from richardbaxterseo 2340 Days ago #
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Agreed! Thanks Patrick.

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from NickWilsdon 2340 Days ago #
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Good tip Patrick. You’ve just pushed me to release the application we created to help with this problem too. It uses Google’s new Safe Browsing API and can send out alerts via email and RSS.  http://sphinn.com/story/55374

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from oldschool 2340 Days ago #
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Well done.  It’s almost too simple.

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