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Installment 8 in an opinion series by Linda Bradshaw about blogging and SEO

This is just my opinion, and everyone has one, and you may not agree with me, and that is fine. But I think that if I were in that position that has been discussed in the blog post “Take off your cloaks“, and if I were certain that a sweep has just happened, I would check to see if those blogs still have any page rank. If they do, I would go into those blogs and unlink every link that you have already received payment for. And if there are any links in there that you have not been paid for, I would only keep them active until they were paid for and then I would delete them too.

In fact, I would also delete any and every scraped/spun article completely, for Google is not going to allow you to get away with that technique much longer – they WILL catch up to you eventually and once you get de-indexed (banned, blacklisted) it is almost impossible to get it back. I know, I have one blog that apparently was blacklisted (I have NO IDEA why) and I have been trying for well over a year to get Google to take it off of their blacklist, doing everything that their help page says to do, and yet I still am blacklisted. I even moved the blog to a different server, but it made no difference. (Sigh) Interestingly enough, I keep blogging on that blog as if there is nothing wrong and I still get paid opportunities on that blog, so I keep renewing the domain name. I’ll let you know if Google ever lifts the ban on it!

Opinion disclaimer

Opinion disclaimer


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