Google is cleaning up Internet or become an evil because of paid links?
For some people out there Google become too “strong” and is trying to implant is own rules. This is the case of paid links. This all situation create an Anti-Google campaign.
The main question is why paid links exist?
Why paid links?
Some people understand fast that you need others website to get listed at the top of Google search engine. The idea was simple getting a maximum of links on others website with a special keyword anchor. One of the best examples was John chow. He did everything to get the most links possible. Did he succeed? Yes. Every time you were writing make money online, you were able to see john chow at the top.
What is the problem?
Those people were reward other people with prize in exchange of links. Google didn’t like and banned website like the one of John chow.
Does Google hate paid links?
Oh well let me give you what Google think about it and judge by yourself:
Not all paid links violate our guidelines. Buying and selling links is a normal part of the economy of the web when done for advertising purposes, and not for manipulation of search results. Links purchased for advertising should be designated as such. This can be done in several ways, such as:
• Adding a rel=”nofollow” attribute to the ‘a href’ tag
• Redirecting the links to an intermediate page that is blocked from search engines with a robots.txt file
Google did that to have only the best page at the top, not the one people are trying to put by fake tricks.
Anti-Google campaign is justified?
Many people start an anti-Google campaign just because they get banned by Google. Google rules were clear and they try to manipulate them. Google is the number one search engine and because many of those manipulator our out of the game (from Google), that’s give plenty of room for other new comer who use to be “clean”.
read my comment at blog about nothing