Matt Cutts "Google PageRank update for Paid Links"

Loren has made a post on SEJ blog that —”Matt Cutts emailed us know that in fact, the partial Google ‘Toolbar’ PageRank update which happened last week was a result of Google’s campaign against paid linking and advertisement links which influence PageRank.” The partial update to visible PageRank that went out a few days ago was […]

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Loren has made a post on SEJ blog that —”Matt Cutts emailed us know that in fact, the partial Google ‘Toolbar’ PageRank update which happened last week was a result of Google’s campaign against paid linking and advertisement links which influence PageRank.”

The partial update to visible PageRank that went out a few days ago was primarily regarding PageRank selling and the forward links of sites. So paid links that pass PageRank would affect our opinion of a site.

Going forward, I expect that Google will be looking at additional sites that appear to be buying or selling PageRank.

No word from Matt Cutts or Google yet on how exactly sites are targeted for Google’s change of opinion, or how a site can redeem itself (if it wants to do so, as PageRank seems to have no effect on rankings or Google search traffic).

Matt Cutts, PageRank, Paid Links, Google, Ranking

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