|Weekly SEO news: 4 December 2007|
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This week, we're taking a look at a recent statement of Google's Matt Cutts about detecting websites that use cloaking. Is your website at risk?
In the news: Google experiments with Digg-style voting on search results, Google comments on buying and selling links, Yahoo releases the top trends in search 2007 and more.
Table of contents:
|1. Google warns against cloaking: we can detect it|
In a recent blog post, Google's anti-spam engineer Matt Cutts wrote about cloaking. The blog post makes several things clear:
What is cloaking?
Google's opinion on "undetectable" cloaking
Don't risk your search engine rankings
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|2. Search engine news of the week|
|Google experimenting with Digg style voting on search results
Top trends in search in 2007
Search engine newslets
|3. Articles of the week|
| SEO nonsense - sculpting PageRank builds muscle
|4. Recommended resources|
The Google ranking mystery is solved
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