Why Spam in Google is a Bigger Problem in Some Languages

by Jennifer Slegg
Over the years, there have been many comments that web spam is a bigger issues in some languages compared to others, and some old school tactics – such as buying links – still work in non-English search results. Are there more spammers in non-English languages? Is it a matter of lack of competition? Or do the algos not work as well in other languages? During yesterday’s WebPromo.Read the full article

Google Q&A+ #March

Andrey Lipattsev Andrey Lipattsev – Search Quality Senior Strategist at Google (Ireland). Andrey has been with Google since August 2010, starting as Search Quality Associate. He graduated from King’s St. Joseph’s Hall College, Oxford, UK/Universidad de Oviedo, Spain/Hull University, UK/Grenoble Graduate School of Business, France. He speaks 5 languages: Russian, English, Spanish, German and French. Experts Ammon JohnsAmmon Johns Ammon Johns – innovative Online Marketing and SEO Pioneer. Ammon is Managing Director at Ammon Johns & Co. Lives in Newhaven(UK) Bill SlawskiBill Slawski Bill Slawski – Director of Search Marketing at Go Fish Digital. Forbes put Bill in “Top 15 SEO Gurus 2015″. Bill recently moved to Cardiff-by-the-Sea, CA. Eric EngeEric Enge Eric is CEO at Stone Temple Consulting, If you haven’t seen his with Mark Traphagen show “Here’s Why” you haven’t seen anything. Lives in Southborough, MA Rand FishkinRand Fishkin Rand Fishkin, known as wizard of Moz joins this discussion, that surely makes it even more interesting. Forbes put Rand in “Top 15 SEO Gurus 2015″. Lives in Seattle, WA ______________________________ Academy of Internet Marketing - http://webpromo.expert/