With a number of threatening messages and updates by Google in the year 2013, it is hard to conclude whether Google had an intention to hurt search marketers. Has Google really learned anything from the actions in 2013? And most importantly, did search marketers learn
Matt Cutts Google’s head of search spam, recently posted a video. It was based on “stitching content.” What is stitching content? The term is defined as the practice of taking snippets of content from different websites and pasting them on one’s own site, with citations.
Matt Cutts, Google’s head of search spam released new video wherein he answered a crucial and most frequented query, “how can a site recover from a period of spamming links?” Here, Cutts quoted the instance of Google’s penalization of Interflora for buying links. The site
Matt Cutts, Google’s head of search spam, recently confirmed about Anglo Rank being the new target of Google on Twitter. According to Cutts, Google has targeted another “private link network” named Anglo Rank. In a direct message, Matt’s tweeted, “There are absolutely NO footprints linking
So you know about “Tweet In Exchange For Anchor Text”, the Rap Genius link scheme, which is slated to be known as TieFating. The popular music website, Rap Genius had recently featured a report by Barry Schwartz. The report was related to Exposé of John
Follow what you mamma says and you will be a good boy. This piece of advice sounds so cool and so sound. It appears that following your mamma’s words will make you sail through the words. This might be true for a 5-year old, but