70%+ Want Public Disclosure Of Google Penalties

Jun 4, 2014 - 8:45 am 14 by
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Back in February we covered the topic of penalty disclosure and asked our audience if Google should confirm, publicly, that a site was or was not penalized by a manual action or algorithmic action.

We asked in our poll "Should Google Confirm Penalties To Public?"

The majority of you think that it is good for Google to publicly disclose penalties to the public. 71% of you actually and only 21% think it would be a bad idea.

Here is the chart:

Disclose Google Penalties Publicly

For more details on this topic, see our post named Should Google Confirm Penalties To Public?

Forum discussion continued at WebmasterWorld.

This post was scheduled to be posted today but was written at an earlier point in time. The author is not around on June 4th or 5th to respond to comments.


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