Matt Cutts: Google Penalizes Seven Link Networks In Japan

Apr 8, 2014 • 8:36 am | comments (17) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

Google JapanGoogle's Matt Cutts announced on Twitter at 2:30am this morning that over the past few months, Google has taken action on seven link networks in Japan.

Matt said, "over last few months they've taken action on seven link networks!" He said this makes him "incredibly proud" because this levels the playing field in Japan.

Here is Matt's tweet:

There is no specific date as to when these link networks were targeted and penalized, so it would be hard to tell if your site was impacted by this or an algorithm. That being said, most of my readers here likely do not try to rank for Japanese related content (except a few maybe).

So let's see who Google targeted over links in the past few months:

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Comments:

Gaurav Srivastava

04/08/2014 12:58 pm

Its time to check GWT new messages..

Mon

04/08/2014 01:01 pm

Google, doing one thing at a time.

n0tSEO

04/08/2014 03:34 pm

Hope Matt is going to have fun with my Twitter reply. :P Ihihih.

qqq

04/08/2014 04:04 pm

matt cutts must penalize his own hands for spamming (and stupid) actions and for destroying previously best search engine.

Yo Mamma

04/08/2014 04:49 pm

According to Fortune, "a good deal" of Facebook's $7.9 billion in 2013 revenue came from small and medium-sized businesses, though as it notes, the company doesn't break out the percentage coming from such advertisers, so that's obviously speculation. Now Google knows where small businesses its lost are going - B Bye, don't let the cyber door slam ya in the rear Google

Alexander Hemedinger

04/08/2014 06:00 pm

Removing links love you long time. =)

Guest

04/08/2014 10:20 pm

Google Vs Spammers ---> Never Ending Story

Linkworkers

04/09/2014 01:07 am

No "spammers" means "No Matt". :-) He risks to be fired if all the spammers eradicate :-)

James

04/09/2014 06:09 am

Like "No crime" means "No police". Crime will never stop. Spamming will never stop. The police and Matt's jobs are safe until we live in a Utpoian Brave New World.

Deepak Pandey

04/09/2014 11:44 am

Really It's Never ending process...

Linkworkers

04/10/2014 02:49 am

Hehe! Can we see that reply ? :-D I am so eager to see...

n0tSEO

04/10/2014 07:35 am

LOL :P Here it goes: https://twitter.com/mattcutts/status/453662028104605696

Linkworkers

04/10/2014 09:22 pm

Haha! Check our too. :-) This is an excellent way to promote your website to targeted audience. Haha! Way to go Luana.

n0tSEO

04/16/2014 02:25 pm

Ahahah! :-D Thanks! You should reply to Matt and tell him to come penalize your site, too. He's going to get a "O.O" face if we all start doing that. LOL

Linkworkers

04/19/2014 11:35 pm

I will definitely. Why trying to break through if you could report it to Matt and get awesome boost of traffic. :-) It can be paid more than performing link buidilng and SEO. Hehe.

n0tSEO

04/20/2014 08:57 pm

The most rebellious traffic boost in history. :) Ahah!

shahzebit

05/09/2014 04:51 am

well can Google try it in china, oh by the way chinese are smart enough not to use Google no wonder they have a good business economy world wide.Google should have a competitor, at least we would see some dropping in PPC rather escalations :)

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