|Weekly SEO news: 13 March 2007|
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This week, we're taking a look at three other Google spam filters that might be triggered by your web site.
The new IBP version 9.6 with many new features is now available.
In the news: Search result pages in search results might come to an end, Google Checkout hast cost Google $58m so far without earning a single dollar and more.
Table of contents:
|1. Facts of the week: How to work around Google spam filters - Part IV|
Google tries to keep its search results as clean as possible. For that reason, they have a variety of spam filters in their ranking algorithm that try to remove low quality web sites.
If your web site gets caught by one of these filters, it will be very difficult to get high Google rankings. In this article series, we're taking a look a the 15 most common Google spam filters and how you can get around them.
Co-citation, too many pages at once and over-optimization
How to get around these filters
Next week, we'll publish the last part of this article series about Google spam filters.
|2. The new IBP version 9.6 is now available|
We have just released a new version of IBP, our popular web site promotion and search engine optimization tool. The new version is available in English, French and German.
What's new in IBP version 9.6?
If you haven't done it yet, download your IBP copy now. We're sure that IBP will help you to improve your web pages.
|3. Search engine news of the week|
|4. Articles of the week|
| The economics of online advertising
"There's no shortage of opinions in the industry about what Microsoft might try next. We contacted a variety of experts in the Web search business, and here's a roundup of what they had to say."
|5. Recommended resources|
"I am on the first page of Google UK for all of my search terms and on Google.com for about a half of them."
|6. Previous articles|