|Weekly SEO news: 16 February2010|
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All major search engines have special teams that try to eliminate web spam from their search result pages. Bing has just published an article about web spam. Is your website spam and are your rankings at risk?
In the news: New statistics about the number of searches in January, market shares and the average length of keywords, Google mixes paid and free results and more.
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|1.Bing about web spam - Is your website considered spam?|
The official Bing blog recently had a post about web spam. According to Bing's definition, web spam is "unwanted web content that uses overtly manipulative techniques in an effort to fraudulently attain undeservingly high ranking in search engines."
Why is web spam a problem?
How does Bing classify web spam?
Does Bing penalize web pages with web spam?
What does this mean for your website?
Do not use spammy SEO methods to increase your rankings. It will backfire on you. Use ethical search engine optimization methods to get lasting results.
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