A central cooling plant in Google?s Douglas County, Georgia data center.Photo: Google/Connie Zhou Everyone knows Google is big.
Dave Roberts's insight:
Google continues to grow, and the portion of world-wide search that they do is huge. With regard to where you place in search results, it makes sense to focus on Google and accept whatever the others give as an extra.
If your website has received a manual action notice called "Hidden text and/or keyword stuffing", the solution is pretty easy: simply remove it. Google also says you should document your cleanup process for the reconsideration request.
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