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  1. The Evolution of Guest Blogging: Where Does it Stand in 2014 and Beyond?

    Even with Google cracking down on spammers (which is a good thing), not all is lost. In a recent post that rattled the SEO industry, Google's Matt Cutts, the search engine's chief spam fighter, rallied a call that has many marketers quaking.

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

    Another side effect of guest blogging was innocent webmasters being suckered into posting guest blog posts simply because spammers promote how guest blogs give their site's "freshness" and "free content" yet obviously they don't reveal the...

  3. Google's Patrick Thomas Talks Controversial Content Ahead of SES San Francisco Keynote

    In some ways, this is always going to be a cat-and-mouse game between the spammers and our engineers. DG: Do you ever see a day where Google, or any search engine, could become "spam proof"? Ahead of his SES San Francisco keynote presentation, here...

  4. After Panda & Penguin, is Google Living Up to Its Great Expectations?

    Why Can Google Still Not Catch Up With the Spammers? If we look at some of the most competitive terms in Google we will see a search engine filled with spam and hacked domains ranking in the top 10. Even weirder is that the techniques used to rank...

  5. 10 Website Quality Indicators That Can Sink Your SEO Battleship

    Captcha won’t stop your spammers, so don’t make that your “stop all” method. While for most, site traffic will be coming from where it should be, some industries attract spammers and “users” from countries where bots are more prevalent than people.

  6. Why Facebook Ad Haters Are Wrong – Here’s How Marketers Can Do Better

    The Sophos spokesperson told the BBC, "Spammers and malware authors can mass-produce false Facebook profiles to help them spread dangerous links and spam, and trick people into befriending them. Why are spammers and malware authors clicking on...

  7. World IPv6 Launch: What it Means for Content Owners & SEO

    Does IPv6 adoption pose any additional risks from spammers? IPv6 contains no more or less risk from spammers than IPv4,” Boske said. He doesn’t see any additional risks from spammers as a result of the IPv6 launch, given that they have supported it...