After BMW, VW is spamming Google

 
May 12th, 2007 - Filed under Websites by Cristian Mezei
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Although it’s not fresh news, I thought it’s ok to mention that Barry reported VW to be hiding content in invisible DIV tags. We all remember the BMW Spam.

Kevin Gough, Sr. Product & Marketing Manager at Google “contacted the VW team” and asked questions. Now how many times will a Google representative kindly ask you some questions whenever someone else spams ? Let me tell you: never :)

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1 Comment so far

Converse said:
May 14th, 2007

Maybe if Google could display a flag next to each serp for those sites who used black hat seo, maybe we would have less spam & stuff like that in the results. We need a cleaner web, because for now, it’s full of crap.

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