Again Google warn about spammy links in articles

If you are pursuing for money making opportunities online via blogging, the last thing that you want is having Google penalize your blog or site. In worst case scenario, your blog or site might be unranked from Google search engine. Check out the blog post title “A reminder about links in large-scale article campaigns” from Google Webmaster Central Blog. You might want to refresh your memory about the guidelines given by Google. It is best to do so once in a while because you might not notice some of the latest updates which might affect the search ranking of your blog or site. Below are the guidelines presented in the blog post when an article is in violation:

-Stuffing keyword-rich links to your site in your articles

-Having the articles published across many different sites; alternatively, having a large number of articles on a few large, different sites

-Using or hiring article writers that aren’t knowledgeable about the topics they’re writing on

-Using the same or similar content across these articles; alternatively, duplicating the full content of articles found on your own site (in which case use of rel=”canonical”, in addition to rel=”nofollow”, is advised)

If your site or blog is relying on the traffic send by Google to make money online, you need to make sure that your blog or site does not violate the guidelines. Sometimes your blog or site might get penalized for the outdated SEO strategy which you did years ago. This usually happens when Google updated their guidelines with new rules and regulation. You will have to check back your old blog posts and edit them accordingly. Perhaps you can make use of the opportunity to update and improve the quality of your old blog posts. It is also a good way to introduce or add in extra content which you might have miss out previously. Your search ranking will be improved if you are able to refresh your old blog posts to suit the latest guidelines.

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