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… Using a relatively new spam filtering mechanism that targets URL keyword stuffing (KWS), Bing says it has filtered out an average of approximately one in 10 URLs per impacted query, or about 3 percent of Bing queries overall. In addition, Bing says roughly 5 million sites with 130 million URLs have been impacted, resulting in a reduction…
Bing just announced this week that they have rolled out a specific spam filtering mechanism a few months ago that targets a common spam technique known as URL keyword stuffing (KWS.) URL KWS is a black hat technique that’s designed to manipulate search engines to give the page a higher rank than what it deserves.
… Igor Rondel, the Principal Development Manager of the Bing Index Quality, posted on the Bing Search Blog news that they released a spam filter a “few months” that impacted about 3% of all search queries. The spam filter was aimed at URL keyword stuffing. Igor Rondel it targeted spammers stuffing keywords in the URL or domain in an effort…