I was recently looking at the existing backlinks of a client for whom I am about to design a new website and I found that a porn site had taken one of her blog posts and embedded it in their site. The link was 'nofollow' but if someone was on their site and saw my client's blog article and clicked the link they went to another web page. I have to add that my client has no associated or adult content on their site. The porn site had also done the same with other sites - some of whom were child related. All of the imported blog posts had one word in common (a girl's name), other than that they were unrelated.
Is there anyway to stop this or anyone that my client could make a complaint to?
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first of all, I would adress myself to the website owner of these porn site and ask him to remove the backlinks.
If he´s not willing to remove it, there is not much you can do about it.
Nevertheless, regarding SEO or negative effects like penalties from …
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