Kelowna - 3:52 am on May 31, 2013 (gmt 0)
Penguin has instilled fear into webmasters. In an almost chaotic panic, webmasters have been sending out link removal requests left and right.
Well I guess it all depends on what circles you hang in. With this latest update spam is working better than ever. Now even for the toughest terms it only costs a couple hundred bucks worth of spam links to hit page one. The only losers to this update it appears are those that "fall in love" with their site that is not doing well and spend all their time and energy into trying to fix it. I personally just keep my so called good sites for Bing traffic and just feed the penguin tons of spam as that is the only thing that works for the Gorg lately. If google wants junk to rank, then feed them junk. Simple, no? It is their search engine after all and they get the final say as to what shows up on page one.
The day they want quality is the day I will change. If you want to see quality, use Bing. If you want to rank and bank, then target the Gorg. With this latest update good luck trying to outrank the spam with a so called white hat site.
Oh... and that manual spam reporting tool... ha ha ha... there are already bots in place that spam the sh!t out of it by reporting the top 10,000 alexa ranked sites... just saying if you think it will help trying to report the spam manually, I am sure they are over whelmed with so much junk by now that it is worthless as well. Just thought you guys might want some input from someone who is benefiting from these so called "Google improvements".
Now time to hear from all the spammer haters... I didn't make these new rules, Google did after all...