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Google’s Matt Cutts: Don’t Try To Build Links Through Article Directories

Profile photo of Sunday Submitted by Sunday January 30, 2014 Website: searchengineland.com

Matt Cutts, Google’s head of search spam, posted a video answer encouraging webmasters not to use article directory web sites with the goal of building links.

The question posed was:

Links from relevant content in article directories — Seen as good or bad? eg. I link my beauty website from a cosmetic surgery article on say, Ezine? Would you do that?
Matt Cutts responded in short said that his personal recommendation is to not upload articles to article directories..


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