Monday, 28 December 2015

SEO: Spamming & Violation Issues.


  In our previous post, we talked about SEO (Search Engine Optimisation), that what is a search engine optimisation and how could be this beneficial for the audience as well as for the publishers.

 We had also discussed various success factors of the search engine optimisation. In this post, we are going to have a thorough look on the spamming and other violation issues which can make anyone easily frustrating

The search engine is so smart that it aims to check every bit of information you uploaded on the internet and knows very well that who deserves a penalty and for what he/she deserves a penalty.

Let us discuss some points that we should surely consider in order to avoid violations and spamming.


Before discussing how to avoid cloaking; we first discuss what actually cloaking means.
In search engine optimisation cloaking refers to ways to hide the text sophistically.  In cloaking practise, the search engine tends to view a completely different look of your website and this thing is against the SEO practises.
The search engine doesn't like this practice and whenever he caught anyone in doing this. Then he or she could be definitely penalized.

As we all knows that google provide us certain keywords that is relevant to you content.  Keyword stuffing is considered as the most common and oldest spamming technique.  It is a good practise to include the keywords at approximately, 2% but the over use of keywords in your content may cause you to be penalized

3. AVOID  USING HIDDEN TEST               

Many bloggers use this tactic and thinks that they actually could gain from this.   But by using this spammers hide them and blend the text but actually it is a big NO. Actually search engine need to see everything on the net the as human user sees.


Many of the publishers tried to put more and more link in order to make them more attractive. This is considered as the easiest way to spam. The links that you took behind on your blog or post will make them to think that SEO is related to spamming.
4. AVOID “THIN” & “SHALLOW” SITE  CONTENTBefore discussing how to avoid thin & shallow content we should first need to understand that what actually thin & shallow content is???

In SEO (search engine optimisation) thin content & shallow site content means whether the content that you have updated on the website is up to the mark it means it should not be:
  •   Doorways
  • Thin affiliate pages
  •  Copied from any other source    

    In  our next blog we will discuss some more cognizant information. Till then keep visiting our website

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