Google Continues Link Network Attack

By: Chris Crum - July 3, 2014

It would appear that Google’s attack on European link networks is not over (if it ever will be).

Google has been penalizing link networks on the Internet with a vengeance over the past year or so, with much of the focus on Europe. The company says it has now penalized two more from Poland.

This week, Google posted about reconsideration requests on its Poland blog, and then Googler Karolina Kruszyńska told Rusty Brick they took action on two networks in Poland:


She didn’t name the networks (at least publicly). Google’s Matt Cutts also tweeted about it:


I wonder who those people are.

Back in February, Google said it was focusing on networks in Poland. Since then, it was gone after various other networks in Europe, and also in Japan.

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  • $2800733

    “I wonder who those people are” <- it's obvious that those who asked were taking profits from using link networks, or were offering their services basing on such networks. The less crap content positioned only using money, the better ! :)