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Does my marketing method make google consider as spamming?

1:36 pm on Nov 21, 2008 (gmt 0)

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If I add one post per day, and use plugin to submit each of my posts to 20 social bookmarking sites. Have anyone do this? If google notice it, will google delete my site's search results on google? I have done this for about 40 days, and there's no pages get indexed by google and yahoo except my index page. And also I can only find 6 search results related to my sites.

Let me explain what I have done. I use < a specific marketing method > and I submit about 10 to 15 spun articles for each sites, also I submit 5 to 10 PLR articles using a famous article marketing service. In less than 14 days, my site got indexed by google, by by far google doesn't index any of pages except index page. And google may delete the search results related to my sites very fast, or google don't even index them, I am not sure.

And I also use social bookmarketing plugin as I mentioned above as my marketing tool, which be able to auto submit my new posts to 5 of 20 sites each day, and I have done it constantly for about 40 days. And I have submitted 50+ posts to those social bookmarking sites for each of my sites.

Before I create the project above, I have an article directory site, and also a 4 pages website, then a squeeze page website, all of them, I use article marketing as method to get indexed by google.

I used to get good results, at least much better than my new sites, my article directory got two thousands results on google, and my 4 pages website got hundreds of results, my squeeze page website got 70 results which is also better than my new sites.

I know it is not a good questions, but I just need to figure out what I doing wrong.

[edited by: tedster at 6:35 pm (utc) on Nov. 24, 2008]

8:34 pm on Nov 24, 2008 (gmt 0)

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Google seems to have shifted the way they weight backlinks - for example, the power of social media links seem short-lived compared to the way they used to work.

How old are the sites you are talking about? If they are 6 months or older, your promotional methods may need to be revised. Google is focusing more and more on backlinks that are freely given from one website to another, rather than links that the webmaster can easily create on their own.

12:42 pm on Nov 26, 2008 (gmt 0)

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Jimmy shouldnt other people be submitting your post to the social networks?