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Google Going After Spammy Guest Posts

Thinking about the fact that roughly 81 percent of U.S. companies claim their institution’s blog is an essential advantage, it’s easy to see why content is still considered king of internet marketing. The most effective search engine on the planet recently upgraded its Webmaster Guidelines, gently adding”low profile guest blog articles” for instance to the”little …

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7 Creative Ways to Collect Emails Without Being Spammy

You’ve heard it before, but we’ll repeat it here: For every $1 you spend on email marketing, you can expect an average return of $32: Simply put: You need to get people to give you their email addresses. Of course, that’s often easier said than done. Consumers these days are savvy. They aren’t just going …

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GoDaddy Takes Down 15,000 Spammy ‘Snake Oil’ Subdomains

You’ve seen the ads in your email or online: Celebrities supposedly hawking miracle weight loss cures or galaxy brain supplements. They’re at this point endemic to the web, as deeply ingrained as hashtags and puppies. But even though plenty of people fall for them, no one ever really does anything about it. Of all the …

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Google Says Redirecting Spammy Links From Similar Domain Won’t Trick Them

Google’s John Mueller said you won’t trick Google’s spam algorithms by setting up a similar domain, building spammy links to that domain and then redirecting that domain to your main domain. It won’t work – he said “you might as well skip the detour, it’s just as obvious to the algorithms & spam team.” The …

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Google web spam report: Less than 1% of sites visited from search results are spammy

Google released its 2017 webspam report this morning. The metrics show improvements from last year’s report in several areas. For example, Google said that less than 1 percent of searchers ended up visiting a spammy website from the Google search results. And it reduced that figure by half in just a couple of years. Google cut …

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