2007 Dozier Internet Law Google Rankings – Week 6
Its hard to find much good to say about Dozier Internet Law. No, seriously. My blog dedicated to the company’s cases, Dozier Internet Lawsuits, is stalled because I can only find one case that they won. John, if you’re reading this, please comment with a case you won other than Alyssa Linder WIPO complaint.
I know John, or at least someone with the ability to make decisions from the firm, is reading this, because shortly after last weeks’ rating, Dozier responded monstrously. (By which I mean, in a big & unethical way.) As reported on I Hate Linux, Dozier appears to be violating Google’s terms of service by creating spam “doorway” pages.
Temporarily, the tricks work. Whether Google proceeds to delist Dozier Internet Law, as it has other spammers, remains to be seen. Certainly, Google’s intellectual property lawyer is aware of Dozier’s past actions. And you can report Dozier’s misbehavior to Google, as well.
Interestingly, Dozier’s scheme succeeded in pushing off its affiliate advertising page on FindLaw out of the Top 10, and its fluff piece on Vator TV off of the list, entirely.
|Name||This Week||Last Time||Change|
|Dozier Internet Law, PC||1||1||holds|
|cybertriallawyer.com||2||( + )||returns to rankings|
|Dozier Internet Law||3||( – )||new|
|Dozier Internet Law||4||( – )||new|
|Dozier Internet Law||6||( – )||new|
|Dozier Internet Law||7||( – )||new|
|Dozier Internet Law Sucks||10||6||-4|
|New York Personal Injury Lawyer||15||10||-5|
|South Dakota Politics||17||13||-4|
|Blog of M’Gath||19||15||-4|
|I Hate Linux||24||19||-5|