Google Spam Detection Algorithm

For internet promotion in search engines like Google, do not over do it.

Some spam pages are documents that have little if any meaningful content, but instead comprise collections of popular words and phrases, often hundreds or even thousands of them; these pages are sometime called “keyword stuffing pages.” Others include specific words and phrases known to be of interest to advertisers. These types of documents (often called “honeypots”) are created to cause search engines to retrieve such documents for display along with paid advertisements…

Google has ways of detecting search engine spam.

A normal, non-spam document will generally have a relatively limited number of related phrases, typically on the order of between 8 and 20, depending on the document collection. By contrast, a spam document will have an excessive number of related phrases, for example on the order of between 100 and 1000 related phrases.

Like all things SEO, it is best to not over do it.

Here is an earlier post on the subject.

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