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Conflicting Algos From Google

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ThopHayt, Apr 15, 2016.

  1. ThopHayt

    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Is there anyone who still listens to what google employees say? It's in their best interest to make things look complicated.
     
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    Well, I think there is some value there still. Google often skirts the issue, leaves out important clarifications, and perhaps even hints in odd directions... but I have not known them to outright lie in these chat sessions. You can pick up some small clues here and there if you are careful. But putting them together is the hard part my friend.
     
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    Exactly. Not to mention you can't trust them stick to anything they say. THey once said negative SEO can't affect you, but went back on that pretty quick.
     
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    Read less of these sort of blogs, 90% of the stuff they post are bullocks. In many cases you need to do the opposite than what they preach. On the other hand it's good for me that a lot of people listen to their propaganda on a massive scale, less potential competitors.
     
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    "Not locked in" sounds like you could rank well. Reality check: Most sites easily lose 40-90% of their visibility once hit by Penguin. Getting a lets say 10% boost from this low level doesn't really cut it. Penguin is far too dominant to be really "voided" by any other algorithms or signals.