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Matt Cutts is aware of our investigations

Today Matt Cutts announced that anyone that’s doing guest posting to gain backlinks should stop doing it as this is no longer a method allowed by Google and penalties will be issued.

Okay, I’m calling it: if you’re using guest blogging as a way to gain links in 2014, you should probably stop. Why? Because over time it’s become a more and more spammy practice, and if you’re doing a lot of guest blogging then you’re hanging out with really bad company.

Source: Matt Cutts Blog – http://www.mattcutts.com/blog/guest-blogging/

Our last investigation reveals how marketing agencies like GuestPostShop owned by Ken Courtright who also run Todays Growth Consultant and Incomestore.com bribe bloggers to place guest post articles  for their customers.

We work closely with Google Webspam Team sending them all our investigation’s documents  about the practices of this so called ‘guest posting agencies’.

Today, Matt Cutts was kind enough to confirm he is aware of the situation and decided to put a stop to all this guest posting saga.

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6 thoughts on “Matt Cutts is aware of our investigations

  1. So, no more guest posts, no more SPAM? Google Webspam Team – jobless 🙂

    Posted by Yordan | February 6, 2014, 7:57 am

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