What Makes A Page Spam?

What Makes A Page Spam?

What makes a page spam?:

  • Hidden text or links – may be exposed by selecting all page text and scrolling to the bottom (all text is highlighted), disabling CSS/Javascript, or viewing source code
  • Sneaky redirects – redirecting through several URLs, rotating destination domains cloaking with JavaScript redirects and 100% frame
  • Keyword stuffing – no percentage or keyword density given; this is up to the rater
  • PPC ads that only serve to make money, not help users
  • Copied/scraped content and PPC ads
  • Feeds with PPC ads
  • Doorway pages – multiple landing pages that all direct user to the same destination
  • Templates and other computer-generated pages mass-produced, marked by copied content and/or slight keyword variations
  • Copied message boards with no other page content
  • Fake search pages with PPC ads
  • Fake blogs with PPC ads, identified by copied/scraped or nonsensical spun content
  • Thin affiliate sites that only exist to make money, identified by checkout on a different domain, image properties showing origination at another URL, lack of original content, different WhoIs registrants of the two domains in question
  • Pure PPC pages with little to no content
  • Parked domains
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