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That is a spambot filling out your form. Such bots scrape the web looking for forms to fill out and will fill any input elements with random junk. You can get around that by using a "honeypot" that will catch any forms filled out that include a hidden input element that only bots would see. You would need to write code to reject such forms.


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It's Sounds Like the Banner is for a sales page and it requires link juice to perform higher in serp's (If you want to rank your landing page in google) Nofollow is good for some out bound links but, for every internal link it must be a dofollow link so that the link juice should follow from page to page.


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This one is hard to answer as there is any number of ways the email count have been sent. The most common ways are... Unsanitized inputs through your website - This happens where you don't sanitize your user inputs and a user is able to pass PHP code directly into your application through your web forms. All user inputs should be sanitized and limited to ...


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The issue here would appear as though the IP for your shared server has been blacklisted by a range of other blacklist companies, and/or the receiving mail servers still have the Spamhaus blacklist in their cache. Many companies with email servers, in order to speed up email handling times, and decrease overhead, cache the blacklist records from Spamhaus ...


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Early last year, I was tasked with finding the best possible solution to Google Analytics spam. Like everyone else, I tried the recommended approaches but nothing seemed to work all that well. So, next I turned to Google Tag Manager but that didn't seem to help much, either. Frustrated and vexed, I decided to rebuild the Google Analytics tracking script, ...


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This would appear to be due to the emails being detected being sent as a relaay instead of from a correctly configured SMTP server. The best option is to configure your PHP.ini file to use SMTP and to use your gmail server for SMTP and then use the PHP mail() function to avoid this error in the future.


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Looks like someone is spoofing your ourmailer@gmail.com address. This line shows a spam relay server: Diagnostic-Code: smtp;554 resimta-ch2-11v.sys.comcast.net comcast 23.227.123.207 found on one or more DNSBLs, see http://postmaster.comcast.net/smtp-error-codes.php#BL000010 This line shows that the original e-mail lacked an rfc822 message ID: Message-...


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You will need to be careful doing something like this as it would technically be classified as spamming as well and can result not just in the box in question being blacklisted byt potentially the entire IP block and even if the entire IP block isn't blacklisted you will find that it is against your providers terms of service. In addition you could ...


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Google not only depends on third party blacklists but also maintains their own internal blacklist. To remove your domain / IP from gmails blacklist you can use the form located at https://support.google.com/mail/contact/msgdelivery to report the issue and get it dealt with but Google may not automatically remove the blacklist entry depending on what Google ...


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There is no need to prevent Google from indexing your reviews as Google can detect user contributed content and treats it as such. In addition you would simply need to monitor the reviews and have your own moderation toolkit in place to remove reviews that are obviously spam or appear to be affecting your Google SERP ranking.


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You can increase your ranking by adding a Sender Policy Framework to your domain. See:- http://www.openspf.org/SPF_Record_Syntax



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