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  1. Most Wanted Celebs Expose Searchers to Malware

    In fact, searches centered on pictures and downloads of Collins yielded more than a "14.5 percent chance of landing on a website that has tested positive for online threats, such as spyware, adware, spam, phishing, viruses and other malware...

  2. 10 Website Quality Indicators That Can Sink Your SEO Battleship

    Creating pages with malicious behavior, such as phishing or installing viruses, trojans, or other badware Your site is fantastic. You have great content. People think your site rocks – traffic is skyrocketing and you're attracting plenty of links.

  3. Facebook Claims Site Scraper Responsible for Leak of 1 Million User Emails

    Send more convincing phishing emails, using the Facebook user’s profile URL, first and last name, and login email, to obtain more information. Facebook has contacted Search Engine Watch to offer a new statement, as part of their ongoing investigation:

  4. Google’s Rating Guidelines Adds Page Quality to Human Reviews

    Other signs of low-quality pages: a lack of credibility or trustworthiness ( contact information), or are harmful to users (e.g.phishing or malicious download pages). The 161-page General Guidelines document, version 3.27 dated June 22, 2012...

  5. Google Shares 7 Tips With Free Web Hosting Sites to Avoid Penalties

    Monitoring for phishing and malware-infected pages. Google is constantly on the lookout for spammy websites that don’t add “sufficient value” to its users. For free web hosting services that don’t want to see all of their sites removed from Google...

  6. Microsoft Updates Ad Policies on Relevance & Quality

    Other changes primarily focused on clarifying the language so it was obvious that phishing attempts, the collection of personal identification information, intentionally confusing users to get a sale or lead, and preventing users from leaving the...

  7. Guerrilla Marketing for a Job at Google: The Resume Your Resume Could Look Like

    Though more convincing than most phishing emails, the Gmail address did give it away. Matthew Epstein, creator of, has succeeded in grabbing the attention of Google staffers and social media followers the world over in a...