Not the Best NEWS
when checking for click fraud, we run a Click versus SERP script, and found that we were getting clicks from a serp that didn’t contain our URL? This usually is one of our indicators that we had a bot running through our site..
But this time it’s was a totally different problem, at first I thought it was the good old 302 or metarefresh=0 … but No, Ok maybe someone caught onto the 307 … NO..
So a major SE has indexed my site under someone elses url..
It’s a DNS issue wtf, we fired off an email to the 3rd Party host.. btw this is the second time this has happened and this is there response..
The domain in question was formerly hosted by XXXXXXX , but it was
cancelled. The IP address used by this domain was later reassigned to your
domain. However, due to a bug in our system, the DNS for the old domain
was never removed. This is why the other customer’s cancelled domain points
to your web site.
At this time, I have removed the errant DNS for the old domain name, but it
may take a few days for that domain to completely stop responding / pointing
to your site. I am sorry for the trouble.
so why did the SE deindex my site and replace it with another URL.. I will test this out hehehe