Linking to/from Spamming Sites

As far as ranking is concerned, Google frowns at spam and spamming websites and takes harsh steps on such from time to time. You don’t want to be implicated, right? Then, flee from spam and spamming sites for if you don’t, expect a sure slap from Google.

One of the most delicate areas where you can get implicated and have your site ostracized by Google is link-building and that’s why platforms like WA does not talk about it at all. They know links are an extremely-crucial ranking signal and, of course, the top two in Google’s list of top 200 ranking factors but realized a lot of folks will abuse it and get their sites penalized.

As it’s difficult to rank or improve Google PageRank and CPR score for your site without building high-quality links, so it’s easy to get ostracized building links the wrong way (Building low-quality links).

As it’s unrealistic to teach you how to control those websites that link to your own site, you should just make frantic efforts never to link to spamming sites out there lest you get blacklisted in search results.

Editing or Adding Content Automatically Using Bots

Some people are fond of using automated tools, software, or bots to edit or create content on their behalf or without having to worry at all about writing content. The tool does it for them while they only sit back to keep waiting for revenue to start flowing in. It’s so unfortunate that for those using such unjustifiable techniques to build site content, there’s no traffic and, thus, there’s no revenue at all. To crown it all, they eventually get ostracized from the Google’s search results.

Not that you’ll get banned for using automated tools to build out content and links alone and also get blacklisted for doing so despite all warnings.



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Thanks for the important info. I'll make sure I only stick with our training, if it's not in the training, I'm not using it. It is safer this way.
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Good advice may be if i had known about the automation in content writing i could have gone for it. Now i know i should not. Thank you and Happy new year
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Kudos, you didn't know about the automation tools when you would have earnestly tried using them! Much impressed!
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Fortunately I don't do any of the 'bad' things that upset Google. However, the bots thing has me worried. I work hard at increasing my social media presence and for some reason Instagram believes I use bots (which I definitely don't). I'd hate for Google to think I use them. Jim
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