"Spam is Often About Excess" Says MSN Search

Aug 16, 2006 • 8:33 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Bing Search
 

Ever wonder if you are stepping over that gray line of spam with the search engines? Well, if you feel you are doing anything excessive, then don't, according to MSNdude at WebmasterWorld. In a post MSNdude made yesterday, he said;

Instead of "sometimes less is more" perhaps it would be clearer to say "remember that spam is often about excess." If you are doing something to excess -- something that you're hoping will impress the search engine, even though you know it'll annoy customers -- then you should reconsider. That's all I'm saying here.

Got to love that, don't you?

Also, he notes that "80%" of the notes he received about problems with MSN Search recently have nothing to do with the MSN update that took place a couple of weeks or so ago.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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Comments:

Aaron Shear

08/16/2006 07:34 pm

For a search engine with an incredible issue just crawling sites, excess is a bold word to use.

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