Google’s next generation Penguin update is now live, and webmasters and SEOs are carefully assessing how this update has impacted their websites.
Google is assessing things as well — how this has impacted the search results, search quality and searcher satisfaction.
Google’s head of search spam tweeted, asking that if you still see spammy websites coming up in the Google search results, to let Google know. Matt posted an online Google doc form over here where you can specify the URL of the spam site, the search query you saw it for and any additional comments.
Here’s a special spam report form: bit.ly/penguinspamrep… Please tell us about the spammy sites that Penguin missed.
— Matt Cutts (@mattcutts) May 23, 2013
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