• Urraca

    This not only affects webmasters from Italy and Spain, but also from all Latin America where spanish is also spoken.

  • http://www.seo-theory.com/ Michael Martinez

    And it could affect non-Italian, non-Spanish sites that thought it would be clever to mask link spam in other languages. Natural links DO come from many languages, but natural links usually look different from many popular forms of link spam.

  • http://www.wallacewebconsulting.com/ Christopher R Wallace

    Irregardless of the location of where these sites happen to be, it is a clear message that they are/have been cracking down on paid links…

  • http://parkeastgroupinc.com/ Matthew Beck

    I would like to know more about the actual violation. The article is so brief.

  • Submit Edge

    What kind of links Google track i mean link contextual blog posts also consider like that ?

  • http://oirms.com OIRMS

    Indeed.

  • http://oirms.com OIRMS

    I just don’t see why people continue to use link networks, okay I do understand but I could never justify the risk-to-reward ratio. Put that money into actually producing quality content, get natural links and sleep well at night.

  • Robin Armit

    Javier Perez has written his post in abbreviated Spanish text speak, hence why neither Google nor Babelfish could come with a decent translation. As far as internet translations go, I prefer to use linguee.com