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Wanna know what Google thinks is Spam?

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  1. JMOT

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    Learned some interesting things from that document. You can basically see what Panda is looking for in terms of page quality.

    Thanks a lot for the link btw.
     
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    Can't believe that I read most of that PDF on my phone, lol.

    Anyway, it only starts to get interested from page 80 or so in my opinion.

    Page 141 is when they start to talk about affiliate sites which a lot of people on here might want to read about!
     
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    How many pages? Lol anyone fancy giving a brief overview? :)
     
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    There's 161 pages from what I can remember.

    To be honest there's a lot of stuff in there that you'd probably know already such as a site needs quality content, shouldn't be keyword stuffed etc.

    Just take a quick look over it and read the parts that you're interested in.
     
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    Whats annoying is in previous versions the examples were shown... this one they have provided links to them because they know the docs get leaked.

    If you are paranoid about google knowing you are a spammy dirty affiliate then dont click on the links in the document when logged into gmail otherwise they will know who you are and will come get you with a manual penalty :rolleyes:
     
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