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GuestPostShop Customers Are Penalized by Google

Today I’ve got some pretty interesting emails from several bloggers that went crazy as Google penalized their blogs for taking money for posting guest posts from companies like Guest Post Shop. You may check my response to Gail here If you’re not aware of our investigations regarding a company that’s doing it check them here: … Continue reading

High PR Blog Network Used by Guest Post Shop Discovered

GuestPostShop is a guest posting company caught by us bribing bloggers to post guest posts. You may read the whole story here: 1) Guest Post Shop bribing bloggers exposed 2) Matt Cutts is aware of our investtigation 3) GuestPostShop trys to cover their tracks Analyzing the backlink profiles of their customers we found out they … Continue reading

GuestPostShop try to cover their tracks

We’ve just got a tip from our readers that Guest Post Shop  deleted several guest posts previously created and try to cover their tracks.  GuestPostShop is the guest posting company caught by us bribing bloggers and manipulating Google Serps for customers. We work closely with Google by sending them all our findings and few days … Continue reading

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 … Continue reading

GuestPostShop Bribing Bloggers Exposed

Guest blogging practice refers to finding other relevant blogs in your niche and offering them quality content to post. The webmaster gets high quality, original content to grow their blog and readership. In return guest bloggers get exposure to their audience to build their brand, backlinks  and a good chance to build a relationship with … Continue reading

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