|Weekly SEO news: 20 March 2007|
to the latest issue of the Search
Engine Facts newsletter.
This week, we're ending our series about Google ranking spam filters and how to avoid that your web site gets caught by these filters.
In the news: A new Microsoft study says that 75% of the Google Blogger pages are spam, and Yahoo introduces a backdoor for their "quick links".
Table of contents:
|1. Facts of the week: How to work around Google spam filters - Part V|
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 this article series, we're taking a look at the 15 most common Google spam filters and how you can get around them.
Duplicate content, false use of robots.txt and Google bowling
How to get around these filters
The best way to get high rankings on Google and other major search engines is to use white-hat SEO methods: Optimize the content of your web pages and get high quality inbound links.
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|3. Search engine news of the week|
|4. Articles of the week|
|Interview with Google's Matt Cutts about next-generation search
|5. Recommended resources|
Analyze the inbound link structure of your competitors
|6. Previous articles|