Vendors rise and fall every other week because of the Google web spam team. I think Google has every right to target networks, but it's embarrassing for a multi-billion dollar company to target link building vendors from message boards that are 1-2 people teams - is that really the best use of time for people at Google who are making six-figure salaries (most likely a team of 20-100+)? Embarrassing if you ask me. :boink:It's crazy how he can get away with ruining businesses. It's not like spamming the internet's illegal and Google doesn't own the internet.
Nonetheless, it's a very debated topic that frankly is boring as hell so I won't continue.
google doesnt target little networks. they target heavily advertised networks and networks that start gaining public exposure such as sape links.It is quite funny though how these link networks think all there little paid links are "undetectable". Now I know why Matt Cutts is laughing so hard.
100% agree they need to focus on improving their overall algo, but I do think they have the right to target networks as well. The fact that they target 1-2 man operations (some of which are only found here on BHW or other message boards) with their "expert" team, doesn't show good use of their resources. Also, at the rate we see new networks popping up, this doesn't even begin to stop the marketers that rely on churn and burn methods.the best use of these guys time is to sit around and target a few networks .. just doesn't make sense to me
they should just be trying to improve their technology full stop