Google Penguin Web Spam Algorithm Update Feedback Form Unveiled
Penguin was the name big ‘G’ gave to its latest web spam algorithmic update. Google announced that users who believe their search status has been faultily affected by ‘penguin’ can fill a feedback form with their complaints. If they face spam content overlooked by Google web spam, they can tell in their feedback form.
Google’s engineer Matt Cutt’s tweet revealed the following: – “If you want to report spam that Google is missing, fill out a spam report and add the word penguin”. Also “If you know a site affected by algo update that you don’t think should be affected; we made a form to provide feedback.”
Penguin’s complaint form requests one to fill in the particulars about the web site or web page affected by the algorithmic update. This form was onset from 24th of April, supposedly to identify websites involved in ploy opposite to Google’s webmaster procedure, for instance keyword stuffing, cloaking, and link schemes. The form requires the URL of a page under effect of this ‘revision’ with questions illustrating differentiated results, providing opportunity of adding further observations.
Penguin’s launch is comparable to preceding year’s update-‘Panda’, Google’s creation of a Webmaster Central thread for those affected by the algorithm change.
Conceivably Google set out with the name Google Penguin since Global Penguin Day was the next day following the algorithm’s introduction. And possibly, Google’s 2011 Earth Day Doodle presents us with some evidence to some upcoming algorithmic updates.
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