All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Unnatural Links’

Is Google Ever Wrong About Links?

In case it wasn’t bad enough that fear of Google has kept people from linking to other sites, and got them requesting legitimate links be pulled down, Google is reportedly sending unnatural link warnings to sites based on links that are actually natural. Is Google ever wrong about links? Does Google ever really look at legitimate links as bad? Let …

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This Google Video Talks About Unnatural Links TO Your Site

As previously reported, Google has put out seven new videos about various kinds of webspam. Last time, we looked at one about unnatural links from your site. This one is about unnatural links to your site. Once again, it’s pretty basic stuff, as Google is including these videos in its documentation about webspam. “If you’ve gotten this message, it basically …

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Google Discusses Unnatural Links (On Your Site) In New Video

Google has put out seven new Webmaster Help videos about various types of webspam. I’m not sure how long ago they were recorded, but they all just hit the GoogleWebmasterHelp YouTube channel, and feature Matt Cutts, and in some cases, Cutts and other Googlers. Here’s one on Unnatural LInks. It’s mostly pretty basic stuff about the difference between natural and …

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Even The BBC Can Get Unnatural Link Warnings From Google

This seems to be proof that Google does not favor big brands of major media outlets when it comes to obeying the quality guidelines. Even the BBC has been getting unnatural link warnings from Google. A representative from the organization posted in a Google Webmaster Help forum (as noticed by Search Engine Roundtable): My URL is: www.bbc.co.uk I am a …

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