'Google’s tolerance of spammy links to trigger a Penguin algorithm ranking drop has declined by 30%...'
'The concern here is that Google is becoming less and less tolerant over spammy links in a site’s link profile. The question is, how low will this spam link tolerance go? 40%? 20%? 5%?'
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There were some pretty determined backlinkers on this site at one time. There are still a few individuals who think it can work.
I hope HP are keeping an eye on the spammy backlinks side of things.
by John Coviello3 years ago
Matt Cutts confirmed it on May 10th—Google Penguin 2.0 is coming in the next few weeks. Read about it here: http://www.semrush.com/blog/advanced-se … #more-4449
by Ben Guinter4 years ago
I'm curious to hear if there are any hubbers, who saw a big drop in traffic after the most recent Google Panda and Penguin updates, have fixed their issues and are getting good traffic again yet?I think it would be good...
by Jacob Horning3 weeks ago
I was reading through the FAQ and one thing that stuck out for me was the fact that after your Hubber Profile score reaches 75 or higher your website link on your profile is supposed to change from nofollow into...
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