Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Scipio00, Jan 24, 2011.
I doubt there is an automatic penalty for spam reports because it would too easy to game. No doubt if you get loads of spam reports then that bumps you up to the top of the list for a manual review. Perhaps the number of spam reports combined with other algorithmic factors could trigger a penalty.
There's real no way to work around spam complaints. You could try cloaking your site, or putting up a clean, innocent looking site while you do the spamming (so the links are more likely to stick) and then switching to your evil site a couple of weeks later. Keep a blacklist of the domains of people who complain to you and don't spam them again.
Spamming web2.0 sites is just as likely to get you spam complaints as spamming individual people's blogs and forums.
Google doesnt care about spam reports
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