Tag Archives: Spam

Google Actively Working On Fixing Obituary Search Spam

Google is actively working on fixing the problem it was with showing too much spam for obituary-related queries. Danny Sullivan, Google’s Search Liaison, said “it’s something we’re actively looking at ways to improve.” This was in response to a complaint by Matthew Brown who wrote, “Searching for obituary is both depressing and also a comprehensive […]

Core & Spam Updates, SGE Lite, Cellular First Indexing & Extra

Here is the big Google webmaster report for November 2023 and it is a big one. We had three confirmed updates; the November 2023 core update and a couple weeks later the October 2023 core update and also the October 2023 spam update. And there was a bug with the core update that led to […]

Google October 2023 Spam Update Performed Rolling Out

Google has finished rolling out the Google October 2023 Spam Update that started 15 days and 12 hours ago. That update began on October 4th at 12:52 pm ET and is now completed this morning, October 20, 2023, at 1:15 am ET. This update overlapped with the Google October 2023 core update that also completed […]

Google Heated Core Replace Accomplished, Spam Replace Accomplished, Twitter/X Blocks Bing, Paywalled Content material, search engine optimization, PPC, Ads & Local Search

For the original iTunes version, click here. This week, we covered that the Google October 2023 core update is done rolling out; it was a super and incredibly heated core update. Google also finished rolling out the spam update this morning, and the overlap is upsetting. X/Twitter is now blocking Bing Search, Bingbot, from crawling. […]

Google Search Volatility Throughout Core Replace & Spam Replace Rollout

We are now a few days into the two October Google Search algorithm updates, the October 2023 spam update and the October 2023 core update and the Google search results are getting heated. The tracking tools are finally all showing large volatility and the chatter has been heated with both of these updates. Yesterday we […]

Google October Core & Spam Replace, October 1st Replace, Assistant With Bard & A lot Extra

This week, we had Google officially release another core update, the October 2023 core update. Also, a day before Google started to roll out the October 2023 spam update. We also had an unconfirmed Google algorithm update start on October 1st. Last night, Google also had indexing or serving issues with new content. Google teased […]

Google Releases October 2023 Spam Update Focusing on Extra Languages

Google has released a new spam update, the October 2023 spam update. This update goes after cloaking, hacked, auto-generated, and scraped spam. But those sites written in Turkish, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Hindi, Chinese, and other languages should see this more than maybe those in English languages. This update will take a few weeks to roll out. […]

Google SGE Hyperlinks & Growth, August Core Replace, Emailing Google Hyperlink Spam, Bing, Ads, search engine marketing & Extra

This week, we continue to track the Google August 2023 core update, where we saw volatility last weekend and mid-week. Google Search Generative Experience gained links, expanded to India and Japan, added listen features, and shared some early feedback. Google said core updates do not impact the autocomplete search suggestions. Google Search Console added News […]

Google Merchant Center Coverage Says AI Generated Reviews Are Spam

Google has posted a new policy saying AI-generated reviews are against its policies, disallowed and considered spam. If you find such content, Google said you must mark it as spam in your feed with the is_spam attribute. Google posted the update over here, it reads, “Automated Content: We don’t allow reviews that are primarily generated […]

10 Tips to Stop Your Emails From Going to Spam

Tired of your legitimate emails landing in the spam folder? We can help. Some emails deserve to go to spam—others don’t. Learning how to stop emails from going to spam is an art and science, and we enjoy both aspects. Email deliverability is not an exact science, which can be frustrating for senders of all […]