Quixtar and Google-Bombing

By Deane Barker on April 7, 2005

Quixtar Blog: Quixtar Admits Google Bombing: Quixtar, a subsidiary of Amway, is apparently celebrating a coordinated Google-bombing and search engine spamming campaign. One of their people — some guy named Greg Duncan — boasted about it on stage in front of thousands of people. Probably not wise.

Quixtar is waging an aggressive Google Bombing campaign in an attempt to manipulate search engine results. The primary component of the “Quixtar Web Initiative” is specifically designed to exploit blogs in an unprecedented manner.

Unlike businesses that utilize a few blogs to communicate with employees, associates and customers […], Quixtar has hired “geekoids” to manufacture hundreds of blogs designed to confuse information seekers.

(Ironic twist: the link above is to what appears to be an anti-Amway and anti-Quixtar site. Check the Google ads. They’re for products and services to help you become a better Amway rep.)



  1. thats the most stupidest and dumbest thing i have ever seen…i think there as there is a law against the spammers there should be more strict and tough punishments for assholes like greg duncan….

    agian kudos to google…!!!

  2. What do you think Larsen, Jannsen and their “cult” followers do? Sounds like the pot calling the kettle black.

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