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So where is the limit in keyword stuffing, since it apparently still works. Can I use 10 terms or only 5. I used it 5 times in above example on the same term. Are there different limits when one uses different keywords. I use 10 in the moment in the keyword tag for each page on my site.
Reoproting you can mean being banned while a report about his site may mean nothing but good results.
It's not fair, but certainly not worth trying to cheat the search engines for better rankings.
His and my site are useful forums and more so no one is cheated. I don't think Google would/should react to such a ridiculous spam report.
Do you seriously suggest I should bore G staff with a spam report because someone put 4 times widget in their title describing still exactly what's on their pages? :\
I think there is black¦white and a lot of grey inbetween.
In a post Big Daddy Google, keyword stuffing and the inclusion of large blocks of useless, but unique, waffle may be the only way of squeezing past the quality filters and into the index.
In that connection, I recall Matt had asked for reporting sites using keyword stuffing.
So its only a matter of time before Matt & Co. deindex such sites.
Send. More. Spam reports.
March 10, 2006
Spam - [Noun] - Any Web page not contained within Google's index, either by intent, or (more likely) by the uninentioned addition of a bug or several bugs in the Big Daddy code base.
Spam - [Noun], slang, Any Web site other than your own, e.g. "you have probably been dropped because you are a spammer". Often based on a mistaken belief that your are right, rather than just lucky.
to Spam - [Verb] - any action that somehow bypasses Google's new quality filters.