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Jul 30, 2022
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Has your organic search traffic plummeted in recent months, and you can’t figure out why? While it’s very unlikely these days, negative SEO could be the culprit. But before we talk about detecting, deflecting, and fighting negative SEO, let’s make sure we understand what it is… What is negative SEO? Types of negative SEO attacks Does negative SEO work? How to detect, avoid and fix the most common types of negative SEO attacks What is negative SEO? Negative SEO is when a competitor uses black-hat tactics to attempt to sabotage the rankings of a competing website or web page. Not only is this practice unethical, but also sometimes illegal. Types of negative SEO attacks Building low-quality links at scale is perhaps the most common and unsophisticated type of negative SEO because it’s so easy and cheap to do. There are plenty of websites selling thousands of spammy backlinks for next to nothing. Here’s a site offering 60 million backlinks for $1,475: That’s around 40,000 links per dollar! Dividing the workload like this whatsapp number list allows both the vendor and the affiliate to focus on their strengths. The improvements are similar on desktop and mobile. Most of the focus in 2021 was on mobile results. Other common types of negative SEO include: Submitting fake link removal requests Leaving fake negative reviews Hacking sites and other forms of cyber attacks Does negative SEO work? Google’s official stance on the matter as of 2021 is no, and it’s been that way for many years. John Mueller, Search Advocate at Google, basically calls negative SEO a meme these days: Gary Illyes, another Google’s representative, has made similar statements: [I’ve] looked at hundreds of supposed cases of negative SEO, but none have actually been the real reason a website was hurt. […] While it’s easier to blame negative SEO, typically the culprit of a traffic drop is something else you don’t know about–perhaps an algorithm update or an issue with their website. Gary Illyes Gary Illyes, Webmaster Trends Analyst Google But many SEO experts will tell you that taking Google’s words at face value isn’t always the best idea. So here’s what we think: Negative SEO can still work, but it’s much less of a problem than it used to be. I realize that’s a bold statement, so let me go through why we believe this.
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