|Weekly SEO news: 14 October 2008|
to the latest issue of the Search Engine Facts newsletter.
This week, we're taking a look at two new spam tricks that are used by some webmasters to get higher rankings on Google.
In the news: Microsoft releases a new search engine, a webmaster finds out why his website has been removed from Google's index, a DMOZ.org editor talks about directory submission and more.
IBP is now available in a new French version.
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|1. Two new spam tricks to get higher rankings on Google|
Many people will do anything do get on Google's first result page. That's why some webmasters regularly come up with new spam methods to get on Google's first result page.
Phillip Lenssen recently reported two new methods that might be used by some people to get top 10 listings on Google.
Spam trick 1: Get higher rankings in Google's local results
Spam trick 2: Get higher rankings in Google's regular results
Will these methods work for your website?
The difference between spammy SEO methods and ethical SEO methods
Do not use spammy SEO methods to increase your rankings on Google. It will backfire on you.
If you want to get high rankings on Google, you should make sure that your web pages can easily be parsed by Google's robot. You must make sure that your web pages have been optimized for the right keywords and that enough other websites link to your site.
If you follow the basic principles of ethical search engine optimization, you will get high rankings on Google that will last.
|2. Search engine news and articles of the week|
|3. Success stories|
|4. Previous articles|