So... Over the years we have seen loads of SEO methods come and go. When I first started in this game, you could rank with blog comment spam. Then one day, Google were onto us and devalued that. Next, web 2.0's were a thing. Now they are pretty much dead just like blog comments. Then we had SAPE, link buying networks, ink rings/circles/pyramids/wheels, social shares, PBN's, other shite... But now as platforms like HuffPo and Forbes start to open their doors to more and more people, the prices of these things has started to fall. They are pretty much available to everyone... One person pointed out to me tonight a Fiverr seller doing HuffPo links for $30, who claims to have these indexed with follow links so they are not contributor posts by the look of things. How the fuck will Google combat this? It's not like they have ever lied down and let things lie... They must do something or it goes against what they have done historically... What do you think is the next algorithm to combat this?