Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Toz, Aug 17, 2015.
As of 2015, has anyone had any problems with stopwords?
stopwords?, i never heard about this, but i am glad to hear you give me something
What do you mean? If you have to add stopwords or not in your keyphrases? I would add them to question like sentences - i.e. 'where to get -' 'how to -'
I mean, spinning them.
I am sure your signature has one spinning tool isn't it?
Yes he has
Very smart OP I like the way you promoting
stopwords - what it's mean?
hahaha good spot, busted OP.
No, it's nothing to do with what I asked. I'm curious about stopword spinning, specifically, since the stopwords are essentially replaced with special characters. I'm trying to find out how the serps interperet said characters, and whether or not it'd be harmful to have jibber-jabber inbetween the meaningful words. I know that it was fine in 2013, but in 2015, I honestly don't know.
If you`re talking about google, jibber jabber hurts. You should have readable and understandable content .. if you`re referring to any other search engines, I don`t really know
Look ups LSI (latent semantic indexing) - the jibber jabber between words will be detected as irrelevant. Google has the ability to rank the relevance of words and their connection/latency with other words.
Don't believe me? Go to Google and type in a sentence - in most cases Google's autocomplete will start filling it out for you. It's partially based on popularity of searches, but it's also based on predictive technology to assess what words are related to the previous word(s). It's not fool proof, but it's pretty advanced.
This is what I was thinking would happen. While the stopwords don't seem like much to us, they're still technically words that link the content to make the relevant material flow and make sense. I'd imagined that spinning them, though invisible to the human eye, could have horrid results in the SERPs that matter.
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