Proof Your SEO Company Stinks.

After David Naylor pointed out a site that had custom file extensions of “.seo” I decided to take a look at how common this obviously terrible practice is, expecting to find the audit trail of one stupid SEO firm.

I was wrong. Grossly wrong.

Take a look yourself: pages with a “.seo” file extension in google. Over 400,000.

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  1. Dave Dugdale
    May 11, 2007

    That is pretty funny.

    DaveN just cracks me up with the stuff he finds.

  2. Jon Henshaw
    May 11, 2007

    Apparently, there’s a file format that they’re keeping secret. It would clever if it wasn’t for the massive amount of stupidity behind it.

  3. Everett
    May 12, 2007

    This is even funnier than the guys who I see nofollowing their about us pages because they don’t want to “leak pagerank” into their own site.


  4. Deaf Musician
    May 23, 2007

    This is beyond LAME!!!! And just imagine they made lots of money off of it.

  5. Teddie
    Jun 14, 2007

    This bridging page dumbness has been around for years, one my favourite giveaways is:


  6. yza
    Aug 29, 2007

    Hmmm no comment about this one lol

  7. Justin Potthoff
    Apr 16, 2010

    With the right choice of an SEO company to work for you on an ongoing basis, you can expect better search engine rankings, which in turn compliment your SEO efforts with increased traffic. Long term sustainability and profitability are one factors that any company or individual will look forward to, and this is precisely what SEO can accomplish if done the right way.

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