Is this playing on anyone else’s mind at the moment? Personally I haven’t seen much of a drop on many of the sites that I have or currently work on. Could it be because my link building abilities are out of this world? I doubt it, although I always tried to do the right thing, and I don’t think that I have built links from link farms or what not.
Now the main reason I am posting this is not to discuss the link farms, because I believe that Google are in essence doing the right thing by cracking down on this sort of [Enter Profanity].
I am curious why people are talking about spinning tools and their distributaries? Sorry but since when did spinning become link farming?
The main reason has received such a bad slat of press and belief from so many people is simply because they have been used and abused before, however many spinning agencies are taking extra precautions to try and stop spammers from upsetting what their tools are supposed to be used for.
A friend of mine that runs one of these unique article distribution websites has explained his reasons for changes they have made. Full info click here!
Spinning an article is an effective way of distributing unique content on the same topic to a multitude of websites, and as long as it is used properly it will work. Article spinning shouldn’t be made out to be the demon that it has been. Although it can be spammed, it is a good way of distributing useful information, as long as it is good quality.
Try not to dismiss options in SEO that do still work if they are used properly and not spammed. These are ways that could help you to progress your website, however if you take what is said about updates at a slanted angle you could miss out on some good tools!
- Link Mines versus Link Farms (seo-theory.com)
- Can Inbound Links Harm Your Website? (cash-bandit.com)
- Google whacks link farms (go.theregister.com)