Google - An update to fight against artificial SEO
Matt Cutts, head of the fight against spam at Google, has announced an update of the search engine's algorithm regarding the positioning of sites using over-optimized domain names ( containing keywords for SEO ). Sites with poor contents using this method for artificial SEO will be penalized.
The update of the Google algorithm, is not related to the Penguin and Panda search engine's algorithm and solely aims to limit the classification of certain sites from Google search results page : namely sites using a domain name associated with a "standard" request (keywords frequently used by users), but providing unsatisfactory content .
0.6% of affected queries
- However, this change should affect only 0.6% of the queries in the United States, said Matt Cutts.
- The tweet from Matt Cutts.
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