Whitey - 1:41 am on Aug 15, 2013 (gmt 0)
Google could easily just accept the disavow tool and release the manual action. But they re emphasise and acknowledge that the exercise is "going to be painful". Before they restore "trust" they are saying that they want some evidence that the site involved will not engage in SPAM linking again.
Google has lost my trust. They need to now earn it back.
I guess for "trust" to re establish itself, it has to be a "2 way thing"; an act of consideration based on the confidence something will happen by going through the various quality guidelines set out by Google.
Really, there's a lot at stake for both Google and site-owners in a NEED < > NEED . The need for more, diversified good quality user experiences, and the need to incentivize an energy with creative momentum to do it.
Without falling into the temptation to rant, do folks think that Google could make some communication improvements by demonstrating specific sites or real instances of success that have responded positively with the disavow tool and RR?
What do you think? Thoughts ?