|Weekly SEO news: 4 September 2007|
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Engine Facts newsletter.
This week, we're taking a look at the effect of unnatural linking patterns on your search engine rankings.
In the news: an easy way to find recent web pages, Google resumes its penalty notification emails, search engine stats and more.
Table of contents:
|1. The effect of unnatural linking patterns on your search engine rankings|
Inbound links are one of the most important factors that Google uses to determine the position of a website in the search results.
Some years ago, it was sufficient to get a lot of inbound links to top Google's search results. Nowadays, it's not that easy. Google has started to detect unnatural linking patterns.
What are unnatural links?
What are natural links?
What does this mean for your website?
Links that are useful to web surfers are links that search engines deem relevant. Do now waste your time with shady link farm systems that promise hundreds of links in a short time. This won't help your website much.
Better focus on high quality links that will bring your website targeted visitors while increasing your search engine rankings at the same time.
|2. Search engine news of the week|
|An easy way to find recent web pages
|3. Articles of the week|
|Google owning your content and the problem with rational thinking
Who's afraid of Google?
Inside the Googleplex
|4. Get a permanent link from our website|
Suggest your website and get a permanent link from our site
|5. Recommended resources|
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|6. Previous articles|