Advanced level Reputation Management question.

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Advanced level Reputation Management question.
« on: 12-18-2018, 15:51:23 »
Ok so just to kind of summarize and not bore you with too many details I recently saw an Inside edition involving a Mugshotscom victim was having an issue with her booking photo continually showing up at the top of results. When I initially sized it up I knew in short order I could more than likely with ease crush it in search results.

After about 6 days I succeeded in eradicating the top page one with a solid chain of social profiles and a healthy blog. I think the main domain was sandboxed but that's no big deal.



In order for me to get news and media attention I knew I was going to have to take a risk that the individual would sabotage the reputation job which he did. But the benefit in doing this was I would then be able to illuminate the mechanisms by which he was juicing up his search results.

the question I had was a piece of code I came across. If I'm understanding this correctly these two strings following the original src code merely signify that in the event the 1st image fails to load to proceed to pull a secondary from this bing.net which my research shows to be a pоrn host correct? The individual isn't somehow drawing any authority of this setup?



 

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