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[edited by: tedster at 6:29 am (utc) on Mar 26, 2011]
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My web site is very friendly and is fully compliant with Google Guidelines! Why, oh why, am I penalized?
[edited by: tedster at 6:30 am (utc) on Mar 26, 2011]
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What Google is is a constantly fluctuating algorithm.
So Google would rather put spam sites in front of my site?
And why aren't my reconsideration requests working?
Look, Google looks down upon reciprocal links. Follow the rules to a T and you won't get penalized, it's pretty simple.
If nobody complained about these things, then this company could get away with ALL KINDS of unfair practices.
This entire penalty situation is really out of hand and there needs to be better communication with webmasters about their sites. They don't necessarily have to give away the secret sauce in doing so.
If this penalty is algorithmic, is it possible that the algorithm can actually assign a "time period" penalty?
Either way, for them to penalize me because of a link on someone else's site, I think is absurd.
[edited by: tedster at 6:32 am (utc) on Mar 26, 2011]
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