How Google Identifies Paid Links Is No More Secret Now

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How Google Identifies Paid Links Is No More Secret Now

If you are in online business world, you would have heard a lot about paid links. You would have also heard that Google disapproves paid links and penalizes those websites which it identifies buying or selling links. You may have also asked this question many times to industry experts who you know but you would have never found the most accurate answer in this regard.

Today, I am going to help you find the answer of your question yourself without anyone’s help and that directly from Matt Cutts, head of Google’s search spam team.

On 3rd March 2014, Matt Cutts has shot and publicized a video to answer a question regarding the paid links. The question was “Can you talk about the web spam team’s criteria for whether something is a “paid link”?” and Matt Cutts has answer his question in the video.

Instead of saying anything myself, I would directly ask you to watch the video.

 

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