Reno - 8:27 pm on Oct 14, 2011 (gmt 0)
can you or someone else define "bad neighborhoods"?
Precisely my point re 4374325 # . Only Google knows definitively what that is, and if they modify that definition after you've linked to various sites which had previously been OK, and those sites suddenly fit the new definition of a so-called "bad neighborhoods", then YOU are at risk. Sorry, that's not right. So I say once again: Give these kind of links zero juice, and let it go at that. NO penalty based on a concept which is not universally understood because it is never properly defined in existing Google guidelines.