|Weekly SEO news: 12 February 2007|
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This week, we're starting a new series about Google spam filters and how you can avoid that your web site triggers any of these filters.
In the news: Web browser and computer statistics that are relevant to web site design, site architecture tips from Google and more.
Table of contents:
|1. Facts of the week: 15 Google spam filters and how to avoid them - Part 1|
Google tries to keep its search results as clean as possible. For that reason, they have a variety of spam filters in their ranking algorithm that try to remove low quality web sites.
If your web site gets caught by one of these filters, it will be very difficult to get high Google rankings. In the next articles, we'll take a look a the 15 most common Google spam filters and we'll tell you how you can get around them.
Google's Sandbox, Google's Trust Rank and Google's domain age filter
How to get around these filters
Next week, we're going to take a look at three link filters that Google uses to remove web sites from the search results.
|2. Search engine news of the week|
|3. Articles of the week|
|Google: Web is OK for TV (despite what you may have read)
|4. Recommended resources|
Inc. magazine mentions ARELIS in an article about links
|5. Previous articles|