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Thursday, March 20, 2014
This article on SearchEngineLand made me laugh.
Now let's see what Google does about this clear violation of the Google Webmaster Guidelines and how long it takes Google to do something.
Currently this site WebDesign.org is ranked #2 for "web design" on Google (very impressive).
Also this site is a PR6 with many PR5 internal pages and no gray bar pages from what I can see. I would say this is currently considered a super powerful and highly ranked website by Google.
In the SearchEngineLand article it really made me laugh when I saw what Matt Cutts tweeted to this guy Vince.
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Today Forbes released a very interesting article regarding negative SEO and I am glad.
Hopefully this will help promote this issue and make people aware and put pressure on Google to change some of their lame policies that lead to innocent websites and people being penalized.
In this useful article Matt Cutts is quoted as saying:
"In my experience, there's a lot of people who talk about negative SEO, but very few people who actually try it, and fewer still who actually succeed." He goes on to say, "I know that there's been a lot of people stressed about this. Whenever we dig into what's actually going on, there's been a lot of discussion but very little in ways of actually people trying to do attacks."
Bullshit from Matt Cutts, Google cannot even find and detect obvious paid links correctly, how can they claim they can detect negative SEO?
I do not believe Google has any clue about how often this really happens.
No Google is NOT Doing Enough to stop this terrible problem of negative SEO.
Google needs to decide which backlinks to count and which ones to ignore, that is their job, not the job of business owners. It is ridiculous for Google to create this problem, then tell website owners they must do a lot of work to protect themselves from the problem Google created in the first place.