For the last few years, webmaster, internet marketers, and bloggers have been using paid blog networks and blog farms to boost their rankings in Google. Well last month, Google took an ax to the root of these blog networks like Build My Rank and Authority Link Network and de-indexed all or a majority of their sites. I saw this coming when Google announced a change in their algorithm concerning links and how they valued them. These blog farms had a high ratio of keyword optimized links pointing to other sites. Honestly, it was only a matter of time before these schemes to get better rankings were discovered and dealt with. Some of the major users of these blog networks even got emails in their webmaster tools accounts stating that unnatural link profiles had been discovered. This is not a good thing. So let me explain to you just a little about what is a blog farm, and what is a keyword optimized link and what is the future of building your website so it gets good rankings in Google without risking all your hard work on a loophole that might get you de-indexed.
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