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    What is Google Penguin and how to work it?

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    This penguine update consist of over optimization, keyword stuffing. According to google penguine update keyword stuffing is the one of the reason to get down ranking for a particular keyword

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    Basically Google try to penalize websites that had manipulated their rankings by using back link tactics. Those websites that manipulated Google took a big dive in their rankings and traffic. Here are some of the ways to get hit by Google:

    • Efforts to get links from discussion forums, blogs or directories which were seen as being excessively used to build links.
    • Article marketing tactics in which a large number of blog posts were used to link to the same page.
    • Adding an excessive number of links on one particular platform (such as Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
    • Creating numerous pages on the site whose only purpose seems to be the creation of internal links.
    • An increase of links coming from bad domains.
    • In a guest post or article, placing an excessive amount of links to the same page on your domain.
    • Excessive number of do-follow links when compared to no-follow ones. According to Google, this could indicate link buying, as natural link building will have a higher percentage of no-follow links.
    • Placing links and anchor text in content in a way that looks clearly “made for SEO,” as opposed to helping a human reader navigate and get more information.
    • Blog posts or articles on the site that are stuffed with an excessive amount of keywords.
    • Deliberately stuffing keywords in anchor text.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vino View Post
    Basically Google try to penalize websites that had manipulated their rankings by using back link tactics. Those websites that manipulated Google took a big dive in their rankings and traffic. Here are some of the ways to get hit by Google:

    • Efforts to get links from discussion forums, blogs or directories which were seen as being excessively used to build links.
    • Article marketing tactics in which a large number of blog posts were used to link to the same page.
    • Adding an excessive number of links on one particular platform (such as Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
    • Creating numerous pages on the site whose only purpose seems to be the creation of internal links.
    • An increase of links coming from bad domains.
    • In a guest post or article, placing an excessive amount of links to the same page on your domain.
    • Excessive number of do-follow links when compared to no-follow ones. According to Google, this could indicate link buying, as natural link building will have a higher percentage of no-follow links.
    • Placing links and anchor text in content in a way that looks clearly “made for SEO,” as opposed to helping a human reader navigate and get more information.
    • Blog posts or articles on the site that are stuffed with an excessive amount of keywords.
    • Deliberately stuffing keywords in anchor text.
    I agree with your point of view. It is very full.


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