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Thursday, October 28, 2010

linkspam algorithm from Google




As the people as well as the content on web is increasing at a very rapid speed so google has been working on some new algorithms and tools to tackle linkspam and web intrusers like to ask for linkspam reports from you. If you like to tell us about web sites that appear to be using spammy links (e.g. paid links that pass PageRank, bad links from the pais seo sites, blog spammers, guestbook spammers, comments spammers, articles spammers, posts and ads spammers etc.


What is spamming?
Any deliberate action solely in order to boost a web page's position in search engine results, incommensurate with page's real value is called spamming.
Now we’ve all heard about Google trying to crack down on paid links before but they have failed for a number of reasons. The main reason is that a lot of sites with top rankings have thousands of paid links. Other people see these links, assume that they must be working and then go out and replicate them. There are some clever people who understand that these links might not actually be helping but most people don’t know how to really test whether a link is passing weight.
It will be interesting to see what happens with this one. Perhaps this new algorithm is going to be part of the caffeine update which we internet developers and marketers are still waiting for.

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