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Gentlemen... release the hounds...

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by TeenAngel, Nov 3, 2011.

  1. TeenAngel

    TeenAngel Junior Member

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    http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2011/11/03/google-to-index-facebook-comments-as-search-results/
     
  2. Winchester

    Winchester BANNED BANNED

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    *evil grin* PR 10 no follow links for everyone! But I imagine Google will change their settings on how they index that data, and also not make any page but the main.com have a PR like that
     
  3. larrydetuvi

    larrydetuvi Regular Member

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  4. RightInTwo

    RightInTwo Power Member

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    This is the natural progression of google though. As the internet becomes more social, it only makes sense to continually integrate it into the search results.
     
  5. flibbertigibbet

    flibbertigibbet Regular Member

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    SCORE! Regardless of whether or not the links work or are nofollow once FB allows the comments to be indexed, that means that you have THAT much more exposure to your website if you market it correctly. :) More exposure to your website obviously= more $$$. This is an awesome idea, in my opinion, however I imagine it will detract from a lot of other websites in the search engines. This might not fly very well, but forces webmasters who don't update regularly to actually do their job! lol FB is updated all the time, and with the new algorithim change that was released just over the last few days, this gives FB the advantage over people who don't update their sites frequently. I sure as hell plan on riding that wave until it dies! ;)
     
  6. christoss1959

    christoss1959 Senior Member

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    Aren't facebook links redirected?