Google Takes Action On More Link Networks In Poland

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  • Categories: Channel: SEO, Google: Penalties, Google: SEO, Link Building: General
  • Google’s Karolina Kruszyńska confirmed this morning that Google has taken action on another link network based in Poland. Karolina wrote on Twitter, “today Google took action on a large link network in Poland.”

    This is one of many manual action penalties delivered by Google’s web spam team over the course of a year in Poland. Google took action on a Polish link network back in February and then again in July.

    This time, Bartosz Goralewicz, a Polish SEO, believes the network that was hit this time was Prolink.pl. This network is known as a “static network” where links are places in mostly the headers, menu, left sidebar or in content as text anchors. He has posted a lot more detail and screen shots on his blog.

    Later today, Prolink.pl has confirmed the penalty on their Facebook page.

    To see other Google penalties, see our Google Penalties category.


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