Google Targets Two Polish Link Networks While Continuing To Target German Link Networks

google-polandGoogle lead of search spam Matt Cutts posted on Twitter that Google has taken action on two link networks operated in Poland this week. Matt wrote that Google is “not done with Germany yet, but we just took action on two Polish link networks.”

The Google Poland Webmaster Blog posted a reminder today about unnatural links and how to submit a reconsideration request.

Matt Cutts didn’t drop a hint on which Polish link networks were specifically targeted, like he has done in the past. But he did specifically say Google did take action on two link networks within Poland.

Here is Matt’s tweet:

 

Earlier this month, Google’s Matt Cutts announced they took action on a large German SEO agency and their clients for link schemes. This came after a warning from Cutts that Google would target German link violations.

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