Some of the major Google SPAM policies should know

SEO Grand Room

Junior Member
Jul 2, 2020
Hello all,

The following spam policies you should avoid to protect your website and improve the quality of search results:

Cloaking - it refers the practice of presenting different content to users and search engines.

Doorways - Having multiple websites with slight variations to the URL and home page to maximize their reach for any specific query.

Duplicate Content - copying content from different sites and using them on the website without permission.

Hidden Text and Links - This technique is the act of placing content on a page in a way solely to manipulate search engines and not to be easily viewable by human visitors.

Keyword Stuffing - stuffing the keyword unwantedly and purposely for search engine without thinking of users.

Link SPAM - Getting backlinks from low profiled sites and thin sites, from bots.

Unwanted Redirection - sending a visitor to a different URL than the one they initially requested.

Spammy Content - Generating content through some bots which is not creating any value to the user.

These are the SPAM policies you should know and avoid for better ranking and escape from Google updates.
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