Google Spies On Latest Russian Link Networks
Tuesday, 19 February 2013 06:15
Last Updated on Sunday, 10 March 2013 22:31
As the title mentions, Google has unfolded a really powerful, Russian Link Network. As some of you might very well recall, Google deindexed many Blog Directories and Networks, just last year — due to them being over ran by link spammers. Many underhanded SEO’s was taking advantage of these link networks, using them to generate backlinks for themselves and for their clients. Underhanded trade will be something that will always be around, as long as there’s a clientele base — to say the least, many SEO’s are still practicing the same underhanded search techniques that led them to being penalized by Google, just months ago. [No Links Required I Hope]
It just so turns out, not even a few months after all those recent Google updates, Networks being deindexed, webmasters being thrown from the SERP, families losing their homes due to underhanded internet businesses going under for breaking search guidelines and etc, blackhat SEO’s have already been back at it again — It seems it didn’t do them much good this time though, and as from the looks of it — Googles Matt Cutts is fresh on their tails — before they could really get started!
The above Tweet came out of Twitter, just 5 days ago. Strange that none of us heard anything about any of this — that is up until this evening. I received a spam email, to my inbox, the email linked to this Spam site.
I read through the spam site, to gain a more clear understanding of the situation. The spam site, linked me to this Russian Link Network.
This is proof that spammers will never stop. This is also proof that Google won’t either. For Google to have gotten their hands around this one, it must have been a pretty popular network, eh? What strikes me, is that enough SEO‘s had to of been using it, makes me wonder who was using it. It seemed to have been the new Link popularity in Russia (and other countries) [[[Hacked Sites]]]. If your website was hacked any time within the past year, you might want to make sure that there’s no suspicious links embedded in your “old articles”. Seems like daily I come across really popular sites, that shows a maleware warning. Makes one think! The price for website security is worth it, going into 2013.
What’s Next? Please leave your comments below and if you was using this Russian spam network, I’d love the insider (watch closely for your site to be deindexed next) news Please share this post and let the rest of the world know about this. RxSEO The Underworld of Local Search
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