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[edited by: martinibuster at 8:58 pm (utc) on Jun 16, 2014]
[edit reason] Edit for topic. [/edit]
"what do you thing about writing such article on your site and then to distribute it, modifying some of it, with the purpose to give it more visibility? "
[edited by: martinibuster at 1:07 pm (utc) on Oct 16, 2014]
[edited by: martinibuster at 1:24 pm (utc) on Oct 16, 2014]
The point of my answer to your question is that you can try to hide that an article is a guest post but that guest post will still be detected, regardless if it is labeled as a guest post or not.
...because it implies that there is some specific way Google is able to judge that something is a guest post (other than the words "guest post" and an author bio being on the page)...
Identifying a single guest post as a guest post? Please tell me how that would be possible if it's not explicitly stated within the article that it is a guest post.
[edited by: martinibuster at 1:47 pm (utc) on Oct 16, 2014]
You're being argumentative and purposely dense.
I know wheel enough to know that what he posted is from experience, thoughtful, relevant and important. ;)
I bet all the links you're getting are from sites that are easy to get links from. I bet *I* could also get a link there.
That's almost enough right there to make the link worthless
It's pretty easy to tell from other signals(....)
I have more or less a dozen websites in different niches...
1. The value of links are constantly shifting, often down because new pages and alliances are constantly being made and broken. The value of a link isn't static.