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Spam Links??

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization (SEO)' started by jhonackerman, Feb 16, 2012.

  1. jhonackerman

    jhonackerman Banned

    Hello webmasters, this time i want to know that how i come to know our spam Links? We do all off page activities as same as we did but still keywords get down from there current position. Is it happen due to spam links? How we can check where we did spam?
     
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

    Who said it happens due to spam links and ask that guy how he knows what is those spam links.
     
  3. ozsubasi

    ozsubasi New Member

    Is this something that has happened suddenly (in which case it may just reverse itself without you doing anything) or over a period of time?
    Either way it is unlikely that the problem is due to spam linking, but (unless a competitor is doing it to you) I would have thought you would have known where your links are coming from anyway? You can view every link that Google has found in webmaster tools.

    I think it is more likely that if you have being doing the same as always your competitors are doing something different that has allowed them to overtake you.
     
  4. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

    Can you explain what you mean by duplicate words and content relevant to your site?
     
  5. ozsubasi

    ozsubasi New Member

    There is one word which occurs 9,184 times on my site, one 6,628 times and another 6,461
    (from GWTools). I have many others which are duplicated, and this isn't an issue.
     
  6. jhonackerman

    jhonackerman Banned

    If it is not happens due to spam links then what will be the reasons responsible for the same? And for what we will be more take care about? Please share your experience.
     
  7. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

    Because your site content is noway related to what was searched for and so your ranking is down.
     
  8. ozsubasi

    ozsubasi New Member

    There are so many possible reasons for a site to drop down in the rankings, and perhaps it would help if you would give the site name and the keywords that are affected.
     
  9. Apoorva

    Apoorva New Member

    Hi,
    I agreed. There are several reasons of drop in the keyword ranking. Only spam links are not the reason.
    Analyze your strategy and improve the content of your website. I think, this will help you to have a lift in the keywords.
     
  10. jhonden

    jhonden New Member

    Sometimes it depends about the description also. If it is provides information which is different with the keywords selected then it might happen.
     
  11. ozsubasi

    ozsubasi New Member

    The meta tag description does not play a part in ranking, so whether or not it contains keywords (which I think is what you are saying) makes no difference .
     
  12. georgem78

    georgem78 New Member

    Check for over optimised anchor texts. If you have too many links for a particular keyword, then this might be one of the reasons for the site being pulled down.
     
  13. saovietxulynuoc

    saovietxulynuoc New Member

    Links may be considered as spam links when you gain too backlinks in short time, and links post in place that is not relevant with the content
     
  14. ozsubasi

    ozsubasi New Member

    You have answered a question that was not asked. Please read threads properly before posting.
     
  15. saovietxulynuoc

    saovietxulynuoc New Member

    May be you get high number of backlinks in very short time, please to check you campaign again and readjust
     

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