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Unnatural links detected question

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by ryannull, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. ryannull

    ryannull Senior Member

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    I'm sure by you have heard about Google sending out those dreadful "Unnatural links detected" emails to webmasters.

    I don't have Google webmaster tools, for obvious reasons, privacy. So, I wouldn't know the answer, hence, is why I am going to ask individuals that do.

    I have a question regrading those "unnatural links" Google is picking on. Are those links ********, nofollow or both?

    Before anyone says nofollow doesn't count, they do, just doesn't pass any pagerank.

    I am just curious if they are only ******** links, nofollow links (doubt it, but never know with Google), or both.
     
  2. Nigel Farage

    Nigel Farage BANNED BANNED

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    The "unnatural" quality being referred to is not something intrinsic to the link itself, whether it's "nofollow", "********", etc... but rather the means by which they were created, how and buy whom.

    Natural: People just love your site, and over the years Google sees a steady increase in the number of backlinks people just naturally create to your site, because they love it so much.
    Unnatural: You just love your site, and over the last 5 days you've purchased thousands of spammy trash links from countries that would never visit your site. You've used all manner of spammy backlinking strategy in order to "game" Google's algorythm until you successfully managed to get listed in the top 3 of page 1 on Google's Search Engine Results Page, which has triggered the mandatory manual review that happens to all sites when they hit the top 3. In less than 30 seconds, the manually reviewer aka Google's 3rd-world, slave-labor "micro-worker" has discovered the spammy and unnatural nature of your site's backlinks, and (for about $2.00 an hour), Google's enslaved micro-worker has deindexed your site, as in forever.

    Game over. You have 0 lives remaining.
     
  3. assphuck

    assphuck Senior Member

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    Just build some unnatural links for your competitors. It never used to work, but I am seeing positive results with negative SEO at this time. And to be honest, it's fun watching a competitor drop due to the fruits of my labor!
     
  4. dealsopoly

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    I don't get this. Why would you do this? How would you feel if someone did this to you?

    Circumventing Google, Amazon, etc.... is one thing, but going out of your way to destroy some ordinary joe's site is just retarded. You could be ruining one of our own. Not judging you, I just think that is ridiculously lame. You should be putting your efforts towards improving YOUR rank, not crashing someone elses.