Google targets black hat webspam

Nefarious search engine optimizers be warned. Google is coming for you—again. Following previous changes to Google’s ranking and page layout algorithms, the search giant is pushing yet another update to its algorithm this week with the hopes of curbing “black hat webspam” from creeping into search results. The change will Read more…

Block the bots

Google, Bing, and other search engines use bots to crawl our sites, but if SEO’s use a bot to create content or to exchange links it’s considered a form of SPAM. Some users report that Google has brought down websites by making multiple concurrent connections and overwhelming shared hosts ability Read more…