The cache is new :

This is G o o g l e’s cache of (URL above) as retrieved on 18 Apr 2007 23:45:09 GMT.

Ask.co.uk doesn’t have a valid robots.txt file, and the search results from Ask.co.uk don’t have a nofollow (not that they should’ve).

Enjoy!

Update: Here’s another indexed page from Ask.co.uk, and guess what ? It’s cache is from yesterday :)

### Cristian Mezei

I am myself.

1. Thanks, will try this out and see how long it takes to get into Google.

2. That qid=305E2EE5EECD5E479F8AFC504719278F parameter doesn’t look too good. I don’t think this like has lot’s of value, so why bother “spamming” results?

3. This isn’t going to do much/anything. Trust me. :)

4. Oh, you just spoiled the fun Matt.

But why is the page indexed ? :)

I think Matt wasn’t so sure about his comment, hence the editing. lol. Interesting to see the direct links off of ask.uk

6. I think Matt wasnâ€™t so sure about his comment, hence the editing.

My point too :P

8. But it work?

9. Am Curious does this technique, still/actually work?

What was the consensus?

Don

10. Yeah, does this really works? Any proof of results?