Though Google hasn't explicitly said how repeated spam violators will be punished, the company said multiple violations "may make a successful reconsideration process more difficult to achieve."
Google has provided more examples of types of manipulative redirects they are cracking down on. This includes showing one page to desktop users but a completely different page to mobile users, and hacked sites redirecting users to other pages/sites.
There are times that hidden technical problems get rolled out to a website that can negatively impact SEO. Learn about four mistakes that can sending dangerous signals to Google and Bing, and how to make sure those problems never happen to you.
Seems like Google still hasn't realized that some user experiences can be improved by particular redirects.
Webmasters sometimes use bridge pages or doorway pages to improve traffic. This describes how they are technically implemented, such as using cloaking, and some of the problems they have
I reported at the Search Engine Roundtable on thread in our forums that shows how some hosts are inserting links on sites ... read more
The First International Workshop on Adversarial Information Retrieval on the Web workshop, to be held at the 14th International World Wide Web ... read more
Search Engine Watch editor Danny Sullivan recap of top search engine stories from early October 2004.