What is seo-services-with-results.com and how do I filter it?

Sean Doyle

Sean Doyle is a tech author and engineer with over 20 years of experience in cybersecurity, privacy, malware, Google Analytics, online marketing, and other topics. Sean's content has been featured in numerous publications.

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25 Responses

  1. What’sgoing on to all, the contents present at this web page are genuinely remarkable for people experience, great, keep up the nice work fellows.

  2. jumperads says:

    This exact referral shows up once your site gets visited from piracy platforms I think.

    thanks

  3. winch says:

    Thank you very much It’s just so annoying that I see this every day in real time reporting. I followed the steps above. Will monitor results.

  4. نقل عفش من الرياض الى الاردن says:

    Hey Sean!
    I just wanted to say thanks for this info! I was confused on why I was getting this referral traffic, but it’s good to know that it’s just a shady marketing technique and isn’t affecting my rankings or actually linking to my domain.

  5. pxm.com.au says:

    Thanks for the in-depth information, I’m Definitely going to use this!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Your the man Sean

  7. Greg says:

    Thank you for this post! I followed the steps above. Will monitor results.

  8. odc says:

    This exact referral shows up once your site gets visited from piracy platforms I think.

  9. Paul says:

    Thank You very much, i was thinking it might be a spam. Reading your article was very helpful. I did block this spamers 🙂

  10. Clint says:

    Great read. I put an empty placeholder page at the exact url they’re visiting (“/h/9872074.html” for me), but the results still show. The page has no analytics snippet, do you know how/why it’s still showing on real-time traffic?

  11. Okazje says:

    Hi guys,

    Is there anyway to block it in .htaccess like other bots?

    Thanks.

  12. Joel says:

    Hello, I report this situation and talk to the people of Semalt, I sent the statistics of my site and several screenshots, the representative who spoke with me had the nerve to tell me that those domains had nothing to do with them, they were not nothing professional, somewhat rude and they left the subject.

  13. Ramdane says:

    Thank you very much

  14. Jake Serota says:

    Hey Sean!
    I just wanted to say thanks for this info! I was confused on why I was getting this referral traffic, but it’s good to know that it’s just a shady marketing technique and isn’t affecting my rankings or actually linking to my domain.

  15. masknk says:

    yes i see today this links:
    better-seo-promotion.com
    seo-services-with-results.com

    i block it 🙂

  16. THORDUDE says:

    Sean, thank you for this post. It’s just so annoying that I see this every day in real time reporting. It would be nice to block it server side to never see it again.

  17. Sue says:

    You’ve answered my queries about it – thanks

  18. I started seeing this today morning. Thank You!

  19. Mudassar says:

    Hey Sean, great article. Could you tell this Seo-services-with-results.com puts a bad impact on our ranking? And should we put this link in disavow URL list? And secondly, i also see /h/10016924.html in my analytics every now and then. I have tried to locate this URL on my site but it is not there. How I can stop it from appearing or does it have any bad impact on the site? I will really appreciate your feedback.

    • Sean Doyle says:

      Hello Mudassar, the referral traffic from this domain will not affect your ranking. You do not need to add it to a disavow list because the domain is not actually linking to your website and no one was actually referred to your website from the domain. As you can see, if you visit the URL (Seo-services-with-results.com) in your browser it is forwarded elsewhere; there are no web pages associated with the site. It is a type of referral traffic called phantom or ghost referrals that is just meant as spam. It only targets your Google Analytics account.

      /h/10016924.html will not have a bad impact on your site, it will just appear in your GA data. I plan to produce content to filter any spam domain that uses “/h/10016924.html” in the future.

      • d says:

        I’m currently trying out this regex for filtering out that URL string as the list of domains using the same trick is getting ridiculous \/h\/[0-9]+\.[hHtTmMlL]+

  20. Mok says:

    Thank you Sean for this valuable information!

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