• Majharul Hossain

    That means- unnecessary back link allowed

  • http://www.seobegin.com/ safcblogger

    More confused now.

    So the message I am getting is carry on as you were?

    Unless of course you trip the “non brand comnercial intent you’ve got no chance sonny boy” Penguin.

    Or the “Too many pretty pictures & not enough text coz we said so sonny Jim” Panda?

  • http://www.seo-theory.com/ Michael Martinez

    “So the message I am getting is carry on as you were?”

    NO, the message intended is “stop filling up blogs with cheap, useless posts that only exist to give someone a link.”

  • http://searchengineland.com/ Danny Sullivan

    Yep.

  • http://soormade.com/ Michael Wilbourn

    Great post clears so much up!!

  • http://kercommunications.com/ Nick Ker

    Is anybody else flabbergasted at the inability of so many people to understand words as they are written? It is as if the people who soiled the bed over Matt’s post read something completely different from what it said.
    If Matt Cutts said something like “water is wet”, it would get comments and questions like “so you are saying that water should be wet but it is not? What about water in a bottle if I was not the one who bought it?” or “I’ve been telling everyone my sand is water. Why does Google want to destroy my small business?”

  • http://gastricbandfrance.co.uk/ geofflord

    Great post and clarification of what Matt Cutts said. In reality Matt and his team can not possibly scan every blog for “spammy” content as there is no clear definition what exactly a spam post consists of. In my experience the small website owner is still at a major disadvantage over the “Big Boys” in any niche because they (the big boys) can still afford to employ “bulk” posting simply by paying for the posts from so called “outsourced blog commenters”.

  • Akhil ahmed

    Is there a clear definition on “spammy” content.Is there any way to distinguish “spammy” content from others.

  • Salina

    If you’re doing “guest blogging” with the right objectives in mind, then you won’t care if you have to use a no following link; better yet — just link to your G+ author page. Anyone who wrote with a link being the only goal was an idiot. Good riddance to you .

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