What Google hates

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What kind of things if Google finds in your web page, will hate your page? I have discovered that I "backlinks" have been deleted, PR has been dropped down and many more things have happened suddenly.
 

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Google hates most following things.
1: You have no good content on your website
2: You have only very bad content on your website
3: You actually have worse content than that.
4: Your website has no credibility with Google
 

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but they don't define what good content is in their eyes some of the legitimate website have also been penalized by google and some with low quality but branded website got higher position.
 

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They won't either. If they had to write something in stone, that would mean they would have to stick by it and take responsibility, which we all know that won't happen at all. In addition to that, if everyone knew exactly what they were looking for, could you imagine the amount of manipulation that would take place? There's enough going around now that many places are trying to stop; such as fake "Likes", "Followers", etc. The social media crack down has begun (long ago) and it's only going to get worse. Good example is YouTube, and Facebook and on their heels is Twitter. Not going to be a pretty sight for those who depend on manipulating the system.

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It is really hard to say what Google hates and what it likes. The reason behind this is Google's updates. In present time I can say that Google hates spammy forum profile's, it also hates over stuffed keywords and it hates blogs that has no authorship or that looks orphan.
 

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The following factors will ever hate the web site
1. Low quality back links
2. Low quality or duplicate content
3. Obvious website promotion
4. Building Link with Spam or irrelevant sites.
 

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Google loves user friendly content..You should optimize your website for user purpose not for search engine purpose..Then Google automatically brings your web page on top results.
 

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To succeed in Google, your site needs to be relevant and have good content. For example, your backlinks should be relevant to you; for example, if you are a gardening site, your links should be to do with your trade, not for example porn or gambling. This is what Google mean by having relevant content.
 

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What kind of things if Google finds in your web page, will hate your page?
Who give a damn what that little bitch Google likes or not.

LOL, what are you going to do is G say Jump?
Are you going to ask it: how high or ignore it?

:rolleyes:

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Google considers the following as spam & thus it hates the following:

1. Low quality backlinks
2. Duplicate contents
3. Keywords stuffed contents
4. Exact matched domains as per your Keywords
5. Over-linking on your page.
 

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Most of the search engine hates duplicate content, hidden text, too much keyword/keyword stuffing or inshort "Over Onpage Optimized".
 

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Search Engines can't hate or like or do anything but to provide info according to your query.

For example you wanna know about "red balls", so SE will offer you 1 or 1 Million pages
with content that contains this term by letting you to decide which one suites you the best.

Search Engines and even Crawlers have no idea about duplicate content, hidden text etc. etc.
because their job is to find and to display Info whereas Algo job is to sort up what is what.

Can you see the difference?

:)

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Search Engines can't hate or like or do anything but to provide info according to your query.

For example you wanna know about "red balls", so SE will offer you 1 or 1 Million pages
with content that contains this term by letting you to decide which one suites you the best.

Search Engines and even Crawlers have no idea about duplicate content, hidden text etc. etc.
because their job is to find and to display Info whereas Algo job is to sort up what is what.

Can you see the difference?

:)

fastreplies
do you know anything about seo?
i think you are a robot and dont know anything about seo.
think before answer dude!
I must agree with renart145's opinion, seem fastreplies looks like a robot and don't know what to answer here
He is promoting for somethings that I made them bold in quote text above or he didn't know any thing about SEO :eek:k:
 

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I must agree with renart145's opinion, seem fastreplies looks like a robot and don't know what to answer here
Are you talking about totally useless posts made by Paid Per Post trolls using ready
made questions like "what is SEO?" so another bunch of Pay Per Click even more useless
illiterate trolls can reply with ready made answers?

He is promoting for somethings that I made them bold in quote text above
Are you trying to be a smart aleck?
Take my advice, don't even try because 'smart' is something that will never happen to you.

or he didn't know any thing about SEO :eek:k:
Do I have to talk about SEO or I can just show you sites in Top 10 and 20 in SERP
so you can crawl down under your rock and sit there quiet?

Now, if you will try to insult me with your stupid remarks, instead of debating me,
then GFYS because I don't have time nor desire to deal with trolls from Trollsylvania.
Come back with facts and not childish blabbering and we'll talk, other than that... GL.



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Google algorithm changes regularly.

What it is liking today, may start disliking tomorrow.

Can't actually predict.
 

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With all the changes that seem to be taking place over the past couple of years, it is really difficult to know exactly what is favored. The things that seem to remain consistant so far, are common sense...

What Google "Hates":

:( Duplicate or irrelevant content.
:( Low amount of content.
:( Websites that are not updated and left for the birds.
:( Images with no alt tags.
:( Affiliate links
:( Over use of links on posts, and/or site overall.
:( Keyword stuffing.
:( High bounce rates.
:( Paid traffic (if not drip fed-if too fast or blasted)
:( Unnatural linking (if too fast or blasted)
:( Unnatural FAKE likes, comments, shares, followers, viewer
:( Same domain names (over saturated niches, and waterdown keywords)
:( Reciprocal linking (unless the chain is on your website ONLY)
 

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Google "Likes":

:D Providing good quality content, which is relevant to your product or service.
:D Using keywords naturally, and being careful not to stuff as many as you can in one post. For instance... When you do your research for your keywords, write them down or make a copy of them. Each post your make, depending on length, use only a few of them at a time. Over time you will eventually hit all of your keywords... Remember... NATURALLY.
:D Update your site regularly, at a natural pace... Not 5 posts per day for a 2wk peroid then nothing else after that. Consistant posting, even if it's only once a month, then ping it to ensure the bots will come crawling.
:D alt tags with images
:D Interlinking within your own site.
:D Low bounce rate.
:D Natural backlinking... In other words, doing it yourself over a span of time, NOT blasts of backlinks...
:D Natural organic traffic.
:D Testimonials/comments are awesome! But again, naturally.
:D Videos
 

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Google hates websites which are not saving money for it.
 

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With all the changes that seem to be taking place over the past couple of years, it is really difficult to know exactly what is favored. The things that seem to remain consistant so far, are common sense...

What Google "Hates":

:( Duplicate or irrelevant content.
:( Low amount of content.
:( Websites that are not updated and left for the birds.
:( Images with no alt tags.
:( Affiliate links
:( Over use of links on posts, and/or site overall.
:( Keyword stuffing.
:( High bounce rates.
:( Paid traffic (if not drip fed-if too fast or blasted)
:( Unnatural linking (if too fast or blasted)
:( Unnatural FAKE likes, comments, shares, followers, viewer
:( Same domain names (over saturated niches, and waterdown keywords)
:( Reciprocal linking (unless the chain is on your website ONLY)
I have not understood 2 these factors :confused:
Low amount of content
Reciprocal linking (unless the chain is on your website ONLY
please explain in details why Google hates that?
 

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Thank you for asking those questions :)

Providing low content means, not having much content on your site at all. Google LOVES content, and lots of it (not watered down content). So, if your blog/website only has a couple of very short paragraphs on it, Google would be more apt to turn away.

Reciprocal linking is hard to explain, but I will do my best, so bare with me.
It's when you share backlinks that's when it would be cancelled out, as that would be reciprocal linking.

For instance:
You have a hair product site, and I put your link on your site, and you put mine on yours....

I sure hope that makes sense ;)
 
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Google hates to many things lately and that's a good thing. But I doubt that they will manage to stop spam for good.
 

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Hi Kelly,

I have not understood 2 these factors :confused:

Low amount of content
Reciprocal linking (unless the chain is on your website ONLY

please explain in details why Google hates that?
"Low amount of content" means the content on your website pages is not much as required to be sufficient for your Webpage. And you can see "NaturalWriter" also explains how to avoid it by "Providing good quality content, which is relevant to your product or service."

"Reciprocal Linking" can be explained as if you want link from the Website, then you have to provide backlink from your Website. Simply "Give & Take" :D

Hope it's now clear, "@NaturalWriter" please leave your views, or if you have any more definitions for these 2 terms will be happy to hear from you.
 

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That's great!, thanks @Pramod and @NuturalWriter for explainations

Please add more information about these

Affiliate links
Over use of links on posts, and/or site overall.
Keyword stuffing.
High bounce rates.
Paid traffic (if not drip fed-if too fast or blasted)
Why Google hates Affiliate links , High bounce rates and Paid traffic ?

I don't understand this "if not drip fed-if too fast or blasted" :confused:
 

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Affiliate links are seen as spam, as they're out pushing their products everywhere. That's a big part of why social media sites are cracking down on them so much. People don't want to be harassed by affiliate marketers trying to make money. This is a challenge for affiliates (I created a thread about affiliate challenges if you're interested in leaving your input).

Your bounce rate is calculated by the amount of time your visitors are on your site. If your bounce rate is low, that's awesome, as that says your traffic is staying on your site and is interested in your goodies. If your bounce rate is high, then that tells you, your visitors don't stick around. They "bounce" to another site because they're not interested.

When you pay for traffic, it's manipulating the system. Google knows when it's paid traffic, but will only pick up on it if you have it flowing in way too fast, or in huge chunks at a time.

For instance:

You buy 5000 targeted traffic in fashion to a site that normally as an average bounce rate at about, ummm.... 56% and having 126 UVs/day and 10% are return visits.

Tell me which one Google will pick up as negative?

1) Choose your traffic flow at a fast, unnatural rate of 240/day until used, allowing it to take over your natural traffic. This has an impact on your bounce rate, as most of the traffic aren't interested and will "bounce" away from your site, and your return visitor ratios would be flawed.

2) Choose your traffic flow at a slow, natural rate of 50/day until used. This way it won't overrun your regular traffic, or really effect your return visitor percentage, and will not have a huge affect on your bounce rate.
 
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