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How to Find SPAM activity on websites?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by AishaSmith, Jul 23, 2014.

  1. AishaSmith

    AishaSmith Regular Member

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    hello Guys,

    I want to know something from you guys but while preview few text are not displaying that why i am uploading following image. Please answer this question?

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  2. BacklinksAce

    BacklinksAce Registered Member

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    Well you could check the site for mentions of terms that have high spam activity, ie payday loans, garcinia, raspberry keytones etc
     
  3. SEO Power

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    Spam activity on websites can be categorised into on-site spam and off-site spam and they include duplicate content, irrelevant content on sensitive or disagreeable topics, excessive keyword usage, excessive advertising, spammy backlinks with spammy anchor text, etc.

    Now that you know what spam activity on websites is, I'm sure you know how to detect them on any website you visit.
     
  4. AishaSmith

    AishaSmith Regular Member

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    Thanks for this
     
  5. kindarthur

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    Search Google for "site:yourdomain.com" (replace yourdomain.com with your own domain). Browse through the search result pages and check the titles and descriptions that Google uses for your web pages. Click on a listing to make sure that visitors are directed to the correct page.


    Click on the "Cached" link on Google's search result pages for your domain to see the content that Google has indexed on your pages. Look for links, Javascript and other elements that don't belong on your page.

    My 2 cents.. best of luck.