How Google Algorithm Updates Can Get You Blacklisted | Avoid These 3 SEO Mistakes!


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  1. Matze Karajanov
    Matze Karajanov says:

    hey you should try consolety, it is a WordPress Plugin that matching your content with other users in the network of consolety based on title's, your tags categories and language of the post. Meaning acquiring backlinks based on your published blog posts all done for you by the consolety plugin. you can just browse it withint your wordpress installation simply by searching for the name consolety. please reply any feedback

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  2. Dimonberg
    Dimonberg says:

    Hi Neil. I'm surprised that your channel has a relatively low number of subscribers. I guess you just weren't focusing on youtube but on blogging? You definitely deserve a larger audience. I have a question that touches on a question of penalizing.

    We've all seen some high authority blogs and forums (even .edu) that are abandoned and have auto-approved comments. Many webmasters really go on a backlink rampage and start posting their generic comments with their link in a "website" field. (and even a keyword instead of the name which is crazy). The problem is, that in most cases, these pages are not niche-related. Such abandoned sites can have up to several thousands of these comments.

    What do you think, can google consider all these comments a spam or do all those crazy webmasters still benefit from the fact that their site was mentioned on the .edu domain?(even in the case of a no follow link). I've seen sites that use such a technique rank pretty well. Sorry, my question is a bit long but I couldn't find a good answer to it. Thanks in advance.

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