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MARCH 4, 2010 [Aaron Wall, Content] Wow, Did Jason Calacanis Make Matt Cutts Look Like an Idiot?
» Spam vs Mahalo: Matt Cutts Explains the Difference Feb 22 When the internal Google remote quality rater guidelines leaked online there was a core quote inside it that defined the essence of spam: Final Notes on Spam When trying to decide if a page is Spam, it is helpful to ask yourself this question: if I remove the scraped (copied) content, the ads, and the links to other pages, is there anything of value left? So there are 2 parts to Googles guidelines.
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DECEMBER 15, 2008 [Aaron Wall, Content] Google Penalties | SEO Nightmares
But to be certain about this, first do some other ranking checks and visit the most important Webmaster forums and blogs, read some daily SEO feeds to see if this signal has happened to others too. First check Google’s Webmaster Guidelines to see if any unethical practice is related to your site. Google doesn’t publicly acknowledge the existence of actual penalties (unless the reason was obvious or part of their guidelines), but we all know they exists.
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MAY 31, 2009 [Aaron Wall, Content] What Hasn’t Changed In SEO/SEM - The Top 6
Make sure you subscribe to the RSS feed before you leave! If youre new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. While I don’t agree 100% with everything included here - like the idea of dismissing the use of keywords in the domain and the necessity of submitting the site to search engines manually - I love the emphasis that Brett puts on creating quality content regularly. The search engines may now be looking for more kinds of content (i.e.