Google’s Live Spam Screenshots Highlight ‘Useless’ Web Pages

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Google has launched a new website called How Search Works. One feature SEOs may want to check out is the Fighting Spam section, which shares a stream of real examples of “pure spam” pages that Google has identified and removed from search results.

On the site, Google explains that to combat the “millions of useless spam pages” created every day, it identifies and fights spammy techniques (e.g., keyword stuffing, paid links, invisible text) through a mix of algorithmic (computer) and manual (human) reviews.

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