This is sad. I googled "google algorithm destroying writers" and this was the second link: http://knol.google.com/k/knol-top-autho … nd-badges#
Apparently Google Blogger is a casualty of the algorithm change!
I was just in another forum where someone I know just had her Blogger blog deleted by Google. It was her professional writing site! Maybe Blogger is also trying to weed out the cr*p?
I send NOIs to Blogger/Google regularly about people who have plagiarized my Hubs and they have gotten very quick about taking down pages or closing whole accounts, so I'd say yes, they are working to stop bad web practices in their own backyard.
Well... it's not just cr*p blogs that get deleted on blogger... a lot of the time, people automatically scrape blogs, and then put malicious code in... and the only way blogger can cope is to delete all the scraped blogs and the original one.,..
Meaning you can have a great blog, that is taken down because some low life has stolen your work.
And best of all... once it is taken down, it sometime takes weeks to get them to put it back up again... by which time your SERPs positions are trashed.
by Michelle Dee 5 years ago
I googled one of my hubs and it came up on the second page of searches. However....There is an icon next to my hub in the Google search that says this website has a bad reputation. Is this making all of our hubs look bad when someone searches our topic? Will it decrease traffic?
by H Lax 6 years ago
I googled to see if others had copied mine or something and when I google "Please Don't Call Me Ma'am", to check on my poem, I was shocked to see how many other articles there are out there about this very subject. Just sayin' LOL
by Mr Tindle 6 years ago
What Is The Strangest Thing You Have Ever GoogledMillions of searches are done on internet search engines everyday. Most on Google, so what's the strangest thing you have ever tried to google and did you find what you were looking for?
by Rajan Singh Jolly 5 years ago
Just found 2 of my hubs copied here by this blogger athttp://fatema-taher.blogspot.in/since some time I've been experiencing a loss of traffic in some hubs of mine that have been doing very well for a long period of time. Since the drop was a continuous one I put a paragraph of one of my hub in...
by WoodsmensPost 7 years ago
I searched the forums and was surprised not to find this article posted anywhere.Nothing really new that we haven't heard before but nice little tidbit of info for for those Demand Media Haters. HubPages CEO on Google's Panda algorithm: SEO doesn't work!!!Posted August 23, 2011 on ZDNet
by Writer Fox 4 years ago
This one you will like. This algorithm update targets sites which have had a large number of DMCA notices filed against them and downgrades them on search results pages.This is a complete update to the first time the algorithm was introduced two years ago. This update will roll out this...
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