Blog Networks: Death Knell?By Howard Farmer • Mar 22nd, 2012 • Category: SEO Advice
Using Blog Networks
Using Blog Networks has been a popular route for webmasters / seo firms to gain links via articles. Of course, you are trying to game Google and when Google finds out it will devalue such links. That time is now – so you have been warned. Andy Williams and others have outed Build My Rank – no doubt other blog networks may follow.
Firstly Andy Williams …
Build My Rank – one of the blog networks I used on sites that have dropped from page 1 to page 2 or 3 has seen lots of its websites de-indexed from Google. Other blog networks have seen similar de-indexing.
I think this is a big lesson for marketers to learn. If you take on Google to try to beat the system, it may work for a while, but eventually big G will catch up on you.
More details: http://ezseonews.com/internet-marketing-tips/ezseo-newsletter-332/
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