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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 - Unchanged Google Bombs...

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    Unchanged Google Bombs:

    * A search for "Scientology" still has the "Operation Clambake" listing in the #2 spot (2007-01-31). Operation Clambake is a website that is critical of Scientology. * "Click here" still points to the Adobe website (although this was not actually a GoogleBomb). * "French military victories" still goes to the same page on Albino Black Sheep when you hit "I feel lucky" on Google's search page. (I still get a kick out of this one.) * The "great president" GoogleBomb survived. It still points to Bush's bio on the White House website.

    The Question On Everyone's Mind

    Everyone seems to be asking the same question. How does Google defuse Google Bombs?

    Well, Google isn't saying, so we are left to figure it out on our own. Based on what I was able to uncover in my study of Google Bombs, I came up with a theory.

    What I have been able to take from the results shown above is that Google may have targeted only "negative links". If you want to review what is shown above, all of the Google Bombs that are now gone had negative connotations to them. All of the Google Bombs that survived can be construed as having positive, or at least non-negative, connotations to them.

    If my assertion is correct, then average, ordinary webmasters will have nothing to fear from the Google Bomb update. My sites and my client's websites also reflect that the Google Bomb update did not have any affect on us.

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