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168 Flares 168 Flares × There is an interesting, friendly, SEO debate going on over on Google+ about which type of post is better for your blog’s search engine ranking in Google – a link post or a photo post.
Have paid links to your site from Spanish or Italian link networks? You might want to check. Google's Matt Cutts has declared that Spanish and Italian are the next two languages Google is targeting in an effort to reduce unnatural links.
Giovanni Panasiti's insight:
If you're participating in Spanish or Italian link networks, you might want have a pretty close look at your site and see if there’s anything you clean up now.
Google's Matt Cutts has warned that Spanishand Italian are the next two languages Google is targeting in an effort to reduce unnatural links.
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