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Would Google slam new Q&A site?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by bomby, Jul 5, 2014.

  1. bomby

    bomby Registered Member

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    I got about 5000+ (non-duplicated, never been published) Q&As.

    Most of them are between, 6-15 word question and 15-180 word answers.

    Some posts will have 7 word question, 25 word answer. Would Google slam that for being a shitty spam site?

    Or could i get some traffic to it?
     
  2. globolsales

    globolsales Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If you build something unnatural then there should be problem with google these days. I dont think a new site with pre-installed q&as is good with little traffic. Build things as natural as possible

    1 cent idea for u :)
     
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    If all that content shows up overnight, it might trigger some automatic adwords-inducing profit-making penalty designed to boost Google's profits.

    Ah shit I said it.

    Well seriously, if your Q&A site were organic, how would you get a bazillion Q&A's overnight? It's pretty obvious the DB was scrapped.
     
  4. lord1027

    lord1027 Elite Member

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    Drip-feed them, don't rush it, make it looks natural.
     
  5. longseo

    longseo Junior Member

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    Google is more successful than Yahoo in many aspects but in my opinion, Yahoo answer is much better than Google Q&A.