Posted by rob in satirical
on Apr 1st, 2012 | 0 comments
It’s a fact understood by most SEO’s who have even gotten a strong, perfectly anchored, fresh link from a local Malaysian link farm, packed with PR, link juice, and ripe keywords, it is simply not the same when sourced from a niche blog or informational website source.
Malaysia has everything: beautiful coastlines, wonderful tropical climates, overpopulation, tons of people living below the poverty line, and a strong high tech infrastructure. It’s no wonder why link farming thrives in this beautiful mix of tropical paradise and silicon ghetto. Link farming, not to be confused with World of...
Posted by vinnie in satirical
on Apr 1st, 2012 | 4 comments
Google has announced a new way for webmasters to benefit from purchased links. Starting April 1, webmasters and SEOs can submit their paid links to Google to ensure that they are receiving credit for them. Upon submitting the URL and a copy of the receipt, Google will make sure webmasters are dominating the search results pages faster than ever.
“Sometimes paid links can slip through the cracks”, says Matt Cutts, a member of the Google Web Spam team. “We try to credit all of the sites who buy links, but fall short sometimes. With our new system, the hardworking SEOs who spend their money on links...