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Google Looking Closer & Affiliate Links, Link Farms & Duplicate Content

May 17, 2006 by  

Rustybrick of Search Engine Roundtable points out a post at WebmasterWorld linking to a Google Groups post by a Google Employee.

There are a few things to consider about our overall crawl and indexing pipeline. As part of some recent updates (http://www.mattcutts.com/blog/bigdaddy/) we’re taking a much closer look at affiliate links, linkfarms, duplicate content, and other factors as described in our webmaster quality guidelines.

Good thing about Google is that they are willing to listen. If you believe you have a good clean site, and nonetheless penalized for unknown reasons, you can let them know by posting the details in the group.

Check out Google Groups.

Forum discussion can be found at WebmasterWorld.

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Comment by ShaolinTiger
2006-05-17 17:43:27

I’m glad, I hope they get rid of all the low quality copy and paste sites, all the link farms and link exchange program sites and all the splogs.

Clean up the index for people with real content.

 
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