Question: Does a list of served cities with a billion commas in a list black flag Google in any way or a ton of keywords separated by commas? (RE: ~.com)
If you were a Google programmer and you’d been lied to, cheated on, your wife had run off with the dog and your pickup truck… if all the web pages out there were lying, cheatin’ fools trying to get to the top with dirty tricks such as:
What would you do? Perhaps have the algorithm look for:
When you look at it that way: it’s a wonder that it took them so long to create the Penguin and Panda updates to crack down on badly written content! So yes, definitely a bad idea to lazily string cities and commas together!
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