The blogosphere’s heated discussion continues and Seobook contributes a strong post on Threadwatch.org. Do you agree with his reasoning about why Google doesn’t like paid links?
Google uses links as a signal of quality, not a measure of the depth of a website owner’s pocket. I don’t understand what the beef is…hasn’t Google always disliked the idea of paid links?
I’d bet that the most noise is coming from the people buying the most links to gain ranking on Google. They don’t want their nice little secret let out of the bag.
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