You probably haven’t heard of Subvert And Profit, but Google sure has. In fact Google seems to find them a pretty reliable source of information on the web as evidenced by the fact that the toolbar pagerank for subvertandprofit.com is a 4. That means that Google has more faith in Subvert and Profit then they ever did in Philaahzophy even before they decided I was untrustworthy because I get paid for posting my opinions.
What trustworthy information or service does Subvert and Profit offer? Well, according to their website-
Subvert and Profit runs an ever-expanding black market for votes on social media sites. We are simultaneously the easiest way to make money online and the cheapest form of advertising in the web 2.0 sphere. We are the crowdhackers, and we are very good at what we do.
Other “social media optimization” sites can only advise their clients on ways to design their sites for Digg and StumbleUpon. Subvert and Profit actually gets you the votes, and for cheap!
By crowdsourcing our operation to over 3000 anonymous Internet users, we can provide a cheap, effective form of undercover marketing. Read the FAQ to see how it all works.
We currently operate markets for votes on:
Digg.com — over 1 million users
We’ll get you on the front page, where your content can receive 10,000 to 100,000 visitors.
StumbleUpon — over 3.1 million users
StumbleUpon is a more linear traffic model than Digg, and also appeals to a much wider audience.
Thank you, Google for keeping the internet safe from spam by attacking individual bloggers while simultaneously promoting sites who openly advertise, even brag about, the fact that their whole reason for existence is to spread spam further.