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  1. Matt Cutts Says 'Stop' Guest Blogging for SEO: Here's Everything You Need to Know

    One anonymous (and somewhat trollish) comment left on Cutts' blog was by someone who took exception to the fact that Cutts accepted a guest post on this blog before, albeit from Vanessa Fox who worked for the Google Sitemaps team at the time.

  2. Twitter Speak From @ to Z – Terms & Definitions

    In most cases, a change is made because simply pressing "retweet" takes away a lot of characters spaces (you're only allowed 140 remember) and that person might want to insert their own comment as opposed to keeping the whole title, etc.

  3. Recovering from Penalties, Penguin, and Panda

    Clean up the spam and close the comment spam loophole by doing things like putting nofollow on links to discourage it and using CAPTCHA for comments. User generated spam like un-moderated comments could also trigger a manual action.

  4. Racing Penguin: How to Attack Unnatural Links Before Penguin Hits [Case Study]

    For example, exact match anchor text links in blogrolls, comment spam, directory links, etc. I thought to myself, was he using comment spam to gain exact match anchor text links? As soon as I saw that, my first thought jumped to comment spam...

  5. The Misleading Sinister Surge in Traffic Before Google Panda & Penguin Struck

    Tons of directories, article submission sites, comment spam, link networks, etc. Bad idea. Passing PageRank to affiliates is never a smart idea, and Google isn’t going to react well. You should know how and why new organic search traffic is hitting...