Google Moves Link Network Focus To PolandBy: Chris Crum - February 25, 2014
Google continues to wipe out link networks across the Internet, apparently on a country-by-country basis.
Earlier this month, Google’s Matt Cutts told Twitter followers about Google cracking down on German link networks. That is still happening, but focus is also moving over to Poland. Here’s the latest on the situation from Cutts:
Not done with Germany yet, but we just took action on two Polish link networks + a reminder blog post: http://t.co/p4tHWx5vHF
— Matt Cutts (@mattcutts) February 24, 2014
That links to Google’s Poland blog, where the company offers a similar post on unnatural links to the one it put on its German Webmaster blog earlier this month.
While Google has called out specific link networks by name on numerous occasions, there are no specifics this time.
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