New SEO Term: Google Vibration Effect

Oct 14, 2011 • 8:19 am | comments (15) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google Search Engine Optimization
 

Google Vibration EffectOn day two of a new SEO term, we have Google Vibration Effect.

This one comes with no explanation. A DigitalPoint Forums thread just has one webmaster stating someone told him his site suffers from it. He wrote:

Today I got a call from Google, they told me we are not promote your sites in Google. Your Sites has vibration effect.

I do not have any idea, what is vibration effect can anyone help me.

Thanks in Advance

Clearly, Google did not call him. But what does this term mean? What SEO scam is this related to or did the person misunderstand?

Vibration effect? Maybe it sounds like another term used? Maybe it is like a flux effect? I am not sure. Any ideas?

Forum discussion at DigitalPoint Forums.

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Note: This story was written earlier this week and scheduled to be published today.

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Comments:

Aziz Ahmed

10/14/2011 12:57 pm

I guess, Google doesn't call anyone, specially on ranking!!! no way

jeypandian

10/14/2011 01:27 pm

I laughed when I noticed that they were called peons and grunts. Why not simply ask them directly and see if you can get clarification on the 'vibration effect?'

ResultsrRigged

10/14/2011 01:27 pm

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Oli

10/14/2011 01:55 pm

It's a scam, the term does not exist in SEO.

Essex Boy

10/14/2011 02:32 pm

Could there be a translation issue maybe? Possibly one some language Google dance translates to Google vibration? Just guessing.

Fedor

10/14/2011 03:30 pm

Did he has Flux Capacitor? This looks like a classic language barrier example mixed with SEO carelessness. It does seem like they are referring to "jumpy rankings"... flux sounds so complicated

Dave

10/14/2011 04:06 pm

I wonder how many people this scam has worked on already. If only it were so easy to get away with stuff like this in my industry...

Ajay Kumar

10/14/2011 04:52 pm

the vibration effect? this is hilarious.  Don't be so naive.

Billy

10/14/2011 05:52 pm

The call should be from a scam agency. Their unprofessional operator forgot the exact word of "sandbox" but only remember the effect of swinging up and down.

Syed

10/14/2011 08:14 pm

If there really a term like this, I am going to lose some of my SEO pride

Typegeek

10/14/2011 08:44 pm

We need to see his site, but could it be vibrating color combinations? http://accessibility.psu.edu/colorvibrate

Harsh Agrawal

10/15/2011 05:28 pm

And you seriously published here on Seroundtable??  Since when Google started calling People and started telling them about SEO problem with your site?? 

SEO Lahore

10/17/2011 11:57 am

Well Harish Agrwal I am agree with you.  "Since when Google started calling People and started telling them about SEO problem with your site?? "

joeyoungblood

10/17/2011 09:17 pm

that was the original name for Panda but the engineer drew a flowchart showing how it would make them look bad.

SEO New York

10/18/2011 11:46 am

I myself never heard about this term, I guess this is just some general word, because since 7 years, being updated with different SEO forums and Matt Cutt blog and tweets, I really feel, this is just a general word and the one who have posted this on any forum might be new to SEO... and he might have got scared to listen such word... Feel this term should reach Mat Cut.. :)

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