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Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Google Admonishes To Avoid Fake Reviews

Great reviews at places like Google Local and Yelp will facilitate your search engine rankings and encourage shoppers to shop your product or services.

Google is extremely unlikely to stop at disregard the fake reviews it finds — more likely it will penalize the site using such ways.

An update to Google’s spam detection algorithms can grow the amount of reviews appear on some Google+ Local pages. And Google has shared some recommendation with reviewers, business owners, and SEO Consultance Sydney on the way to keep reviews from being deleted.

Google warns business owners that “fake glowing indications” written by SEO or name management firms are going to be taken down.

Google says in its recommendation for SEOs. “Google ask that every review come from first hand expertise and do not permit posting reviews on behalf of others.

Positive reviews on Google+  local will facilitate attract new customers. However once it involves negative reviews, Google emphasized that it doesn’t take down negative reviews.

As For Reviews They should:

  • Write reviews are about one specific location if a business has manifold locations.  
  • Not write reviews for a company they presently work for.  
  • Not comprise links in the text of reviews.

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