Message from Prestor John in Nice Respectable People Group #cyberstrike

2018-03-13 18:06:31 UTC  

Loyality is a terrible thing to waste.

2018-03-13 18:22:46 UTC  


2018-03-13 18:42:38 UTC  

Our guy

2018-03-13 19:13:26 UTC  

Pewds has gotten in trouble for jokingly saying death to Jews and nigger in videos he is most certainty our guy haha

2018-03-13 19:17:25 UTC  

hes done jokes where he makes people say HDNW

2018-03-13 19:18:56 UTC  

He made a joke about sweden being a Muslim country

2018-03-13 20:01:01 UTC  

When CV happened he made it clear in a video that he was not "one of us" don't know what has happened since then though.

2018-03-13 20:02:08 UTC  

At one point I think he got branded as a hate figure by Sweden and he went off on them

2018-03-13 21:18:43 UTC  

Santa Monica (310) 399-6397
San Francisco (415) 275-2094
I had a decent chat with the receptionists how it is unwise for a business owner to threaten other business owners based off of their political beliefs

2018-03-13 21:28:36 UTC  

You, sir, are destroying your state.

2018-03-14 00:12:34 UTC  

@Goose did they just run out of hashtag ideas at the end there?

2018-03-14 00:20:59 UTC  

muh epa

2018-03-14 02:25:21 UTC  

Anyone with a Mac or Linux that wants to click @Deleted User 's link a lot in one go can copy and paste this into their terminal:
for i in `seq 1 10`;
python -m webbrowser -t "";
sleep 2;

2018-03-14 02:26:16 UTC  

Do you know if this actually works?

2018-03-14 02:26:31 UTC  

I mean I know the script actually works, but is Google that easy to manipulate?

2018-03-14 02:29:09 UTC  

the internet is underneath/behind google

2018-03-14 03:16:52 UTC  

@Jacob I'm not sure exactly how Google determines it's search results, but @Deleted User said this would help

2018-03-14 03:42:59 UTC  

If anyone w/ Mac or Linux wants to instead run the clicking code indefinitely, copy and paste this into your terminal:
while [ 0 -lt 1 ];
python -m webbrowser -t "";
sleep 2;

2018-03-14 04:41:30 UTC  

"I hope it will help" but only one way to find out.

2018-03-14 12:28:06 UTC  

South African Genocide on R/Conservative.

2018-03-14 12:59:10 UTC  

Why would clicking on a non-crawled link on a forum, from say, Firefox, and going directly to Metapedia, do anything whatsoever to a search engine rank? What would the mechanism be? Google isn't on that path. Why or how would they know, care, or trust a local count (on Metapedia, or any site) of page loads? --This is a rhetorical question. That isn't how page rank works, at all. @Deleted User . You need links to this article from other locations... Lots of them, and those other pages need to be crawled and indexed.

2018-03-14 15:46:09 UTC  

@Why Tea From Google:

"**Relevancy is determined by over 200 factors**, one of which is the PageRank for a given page. PageRank is the measure of the importance of a page based on the incoming links from other pages. In simple terms, each link to a page on your site from another site adds to your site's PageRank."

It is important to note that we don' t know what those 200 factors are, however, and clicks might be one of them

2018-03-14 15:46:31 UTC  

It does clearly state incoming links as being part of it though

2018-03-14 15:46:55 UTC  

Right, incoming *links*. Clicks aren't links!

2018-03-14 15:48:52 UTC  

There are a lot of variables in the algorithms now, (as described in your quote) and they made some big changes a while back, that have made it harder to manipulate.

2018-03-14 15:50:03 UTC  

I'm happy to explain in more detail but there is a fundamental misunderstanding here. Clicking a link in a discord channel, I promise you, isn't helping.

2018-03-14 15:50:47 UTC  

I agree. We have to get really creative if we want to do this right. They also filter for spam so a script clicking the same link over and over won't do it.

2018-03-14 15:50:55 UTC  


2018-03-14 15:51:48 UTC  

Any simple thing you think of, to game the system, they already thought of, I guarantee it.

2018-03-14 15:52:43 UTC  

Simple *legitimate* things, now, those we do need to do.

2018-03-14 15:54:23 UTC  

@ChillS I heard a story a few years ago on NPR in which a guy noticed that there were all these seemingly unrelated links in the comments sections of forums. Long story short, people were posting links in every available space because it's boosted their importance in Google's algorithm. The more important the forum was, the higher it boosted the page being looked to

2018-03-14 15:55:47 UTC  

This is the basic idea.

2018-03-14 15:56:56 UTC  

(pasting a link on a non-indexed forum channel and clicking it 1,000,000 not)

2018-03-14 15:58:18 UTC  

Getting our site and the Metapedia link on well trafficked and established sites, on stable pages (not posts that roll off or are archived) is where to start.

2018-03-14 16:01:59 UTC  

For example, Reddit posts and Quora posts from months and years ago are searchable on Google. How much weight/karma these massive sites might have is something to consider... Along with the point that the unwanted link to the SPLC and Wikipedia will be in the post right "next to it".

2018-03-14 16:04:58 UTC  

"What high traffic sites with stable, searchable pages can I put my information (keywords and search terms) on, along with the links I want ranked higher?" (If some thread is talking about floor wax or Egyptian relics, that obviously won't work as desired)

2018-03-14 16:06:00 UTC  

It can work. It won't get clicks, but it will be weighted as appearing on a heavily weighted site

2018-03-14 16:06:16 UTC  


2018-03-14 16:06:57 UTC  

This works less well than it used to.

2018-03-14 16:07:04 UTC