A spam banning frenzy is in full effect – DE-EVO-lution rules the day. Now, it’s more valuable than ever to run away form serving up junk and instead concentrating on building quality real content web sites!
Oh no! A persons reviewer offers your internet page within their hot little hands and is going to read your words and search over your internet site! Sounds like I am referring to the DMOZ Open Directory or the Yahoo Directory, but I am speaking about Google and Yahoo!
It’s no secret, Google, Yahoo and even MSN are banning websites in record numbers and it’s not just with the help of filters and algorhythms. Inside their quest to offer only the best top quality search engine results with their visitors, the search engines are adopting directory-like human reviewing techniques!
Search engines like google will have employees whose primary job is to browse the net trying to find spam and for them to push a button and ban every website they are offered across they feel must not be on the first page.
Mainly on the top of their lists for human review are internet sites which get complaints (usually AdSense type sites) alerted by web forms on the search engines that enable do-gooder surfers to easily report websites and point for them as spammers. Some people even volunteer to rat on spam sites. And if that’s not enough, there exists a good chance your competition will put your sites with the ringer and in case they uncover any spamliness they will likely rat you out.
Actually, it’s most likely that it is the competition that is fingering the sites to get banned as they may be angry at losing the top position to your competing marketer. The only real solution is to play by the rules! Wait – there are no published rules… just a mantra which says do no evil…
But how about the people who make internet sites with good intentions? They’re not evil. They just don’t keep up to date on all of the top speak about this sort if thing and they also make mistakes like repeating keywords excessively.
And SEO aka Search Engine Optimization – I get the feeling they (Google) think this really is EVIL. SEO optimizes pages for better rankings. We must not accomplish that – should we
Well – it’s not immoral or unethical so I’ll go up up against the big G and say YES we should do those things… but we need to be aware that some human reviewer may not agree with us and push the button and banish us! Ouch! That hurts!
It’s just not safe to employ borderline techniques these days. Overly hyped up pages with way too many ads or JUST AdSense may appear to be strictly commercial. That by itself will not be bad, however they want encyclopedias to rank on top too. Not just commercial pages.
The reason being really pretty obvious if you attempt to view things through the search engine’s perspective.
What’s happening is that there are so many vast amounts of web pages out there that search engines like google are having a harder and harder time of indexing and cataloging all of the website pages their crawlers are spidering. Combine the massive development of the internet using the proliferation of webmaster software that can build 1000s of junk pages at the push of a button, and you’ve got a bulging inventory of website pages.
Those machine generated junk pages are clogging the hard drives and servers of the major search engines.
To be honest that those who are the buyers of the search engines, happen to be complaining quite vocally that too many webpages that appear on the first page in the search engine rankings are nothing more than website pages with links to many other webpages. Junk directories with scraped search engine results. Made for AdSense (MFA) sites that are looking nothing more than an advertisement click.
You know what I’m speaking about. Quite simply, the automated inside your face commercial junk is which makes it unpleasant and often difficult for the major search engines customers to discover real content website pages.
So… to have their customers from looking elsewhere, all of the search engines like google are actually aggressively blacklisting garbage web sites and removing them using their indexes.
Webmasters beware, the search engines are cleaning house and the free ride is over. This means that the zillions of machine generated junk pages, that are presently an epidemic, can no longer make webmasters money like they used to, if kdrevv money in any way.
You will find a better way though, and it actually has a long term profit stream attached…. real content web sites! Yes, why not build web sites with real content that can last the test of your time? Why build junk sites which will bite the dust once you can spend some time on things which last? That’s the ticket! Build sites that last!