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Dispelling Fears About The GoogleBomb Algorithm Update
By: Bill Platt
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  • Dispelling Fears About The GoogleBomb Algorithm Update
  • The shenanigans of...
  • So, I did...
  • Unchanged Google Bombs...
  • Maybe I am...

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    Dispelling Fears About The GoogleBomb Algorithm Update - So, I did...

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    So, I did a bit of research. I have run several linking campaigns on my own behalf, and on the behalf of clients. Those campaigns were put together with a mix of keyword phrases nestled in the anchor text of links to our websites. I checked the status of all of the websites I represent, and without fail, our linking campaigns had not been hurt by the GB update.

    Interesting Changes From The GoogleBomb Update

    According to Matt Cutts of Google, the changes in the GB update were all completed within the Google algorithm. Cutts has always said that Google does not like to manually rearrange the search engine results, so an algorithmic solution to the GoogleBomb was in order. A few of the Google engineers worked together to find a solution to the GoogleBomb issue.

    In an attempt to understand what had changed, I looked at a few of the more notorious GoogleBombs of past and discovered some interesting facts.

    Broken Google Bombs:

    * "Miserable failure" no longer returns George W. Bush, Michael Moore, or Jimmy Carter websites. * "Worst president ever" now only returns pages that make the claim the GW Bush has earned that title. * "Waffles" no longer returns results that point to the John Kerry website. * Tony Blair's homepage no longer comes up under the search term "liar".

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