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Sunday 13 February 2011, 4:13 pm   ////  

Google’s spam cop, Matt Cutts
the head of the Webspam team
in the sprawling, subterranean world
found 2,015 pages with phrases like “casual dresses,”
snoring, diamond drills, bathroom tiles,
a Google no-no.

Liquid nitrogen and “fairy tale pumpkin”
will flag a Web site that goes from zero
zero influence on the latter, he said.
Chinese cooking can bolster your profile if
organic search results
warn against using tricks

to snooker his employer.
You could imagine a dozen contenders
“Samsonite carry on luggage,” for instance,
And bedding? And area rugs?
Who is that someone?
The next it was essentially buried.

Cf. “The Dirty Little Secrets of Search” in The New York Times

1 Comment »

  1. Clap, clap. That was beautiful.

    Comment by Dennis G. Jerz — 2011-02-15 @ 9:40 am

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