“invisible” spam

he has a good point

We was reading Loren’s jot down for a brand new link offering solution from V7N. He points out a claim that is interesting the business, which claims

Contextual Links @ V7N are invisible to locate machines. May it be by peoples or filtering that is algorithmic our links are impractical to identify. Also, an enforced agreement that is non-disclosure both writers and advertisers from exposing participating writers and advertisers.

(emphasis preserved through the initial. ) Suffice it to express, if “undetectable to find machines” is detailed among the major attempting to sell points of a certain website link scheme, it most likely violates our quality tips plus the tips of other major the search engines.

The “undetectable” claim brought up fond memories of some other time somebody stated in my experience that their spam was invisible. It had been November 2002, so cue up the wavy time-warp unique effect and let’s go back in its history. ??

We had simply eliminated an extremely big data data recovery internet site from Google. They asked me personally why their site seemed to be penalized. We responded with this specific e-mail:

Seem to have trash doorways with text about random SCSI things. Visiting those pages in web browser simply redirects to your homepage. Utilizing doorways + sneaky redirects is just a severe breach of google’s spam instructions. To be able to relist you (and it’ll just take about 7-8 days), we must have clear evidence that each one of these pages have died, and we won’t see these kinds of tricks on your own domain once more.

(website name eliminated to safeguard the back that is guilty 2002. )

In addition, you can observe the key requirements for the reinclusion that is successful to Bing have actuallyn’t changed within the last four years: take away the spam and locate an approach to guarantee us it won’t happen once again. Continue reading “invisible” spam