• http://codecondo.com/ Alex

    Bad luck, right?

    I couldn’t really figure out what the official Buzzea statement is trying to say, could someone translate the message in a few sentences?

    It’s good news, I wonder how big of an impact is this going to have on the average users search queries.

  • http://www.CheesyCorporateLingo.com/ Patrick Reinhart

    It’s funny that these guys are always shocked when they get caught. It’s like directory maximizer constantly sending me emails about how having my link in quality directories is key to my SEO success. Another one down.

  • http://www.location-de-vacances.be Peters Frederic

    Will Google penalize the site that use Buzzea or not ? It seems logical. Why they do not communicate on that

  • http://www.location-de-vacances.be Peters Frederic

    they write “Finally, we wish to thank warmly course our various partners…We sincerely hope that the sanctions will be limited to our company. It would be truly unjust that thousands of bloggers and advertisers suffer from this illegal and abusive decision.”

  • http://www.elitegroupmarketing.co.uk/ EliteGroupMarketing

    Basically goodnight Buzzea. Cut throat Google!

  • http://thereviewsolution.com/blog/aaron-kocourek/ Aaron Kocourek

    That’s the problem, one could setup a negative SEO campaign against one of their competitors using a broad amount of networks and only spend a small amount with each. Then if Google hits one of the networks their competitors site could get hit bad. People need to closely monitor what backlinks are being built to their sites and take action when it appears an attack is occurring. Just like review monitoring backlink monitoring growing rapidly.

  • Nick Sron

    What is really funny is the second letter posted by Buzzea here: http://www.buzzea.com/communique30-01.php
    They claim that some bloggers affiliated with the site watched their Page Rank drop to 0 and they are shocked by it. I am also shocked, Google updated page rank!