Google Webmaster Tools – Report Paid Links
June 13, 2007 in Google
Google gets more aggressive confronting the challenge of identifying paid links-
Just posted at WMW- Report Paid Links – New In Google Webmaster Tools
This morning I discovered a new tool on the frontpage of my webmaster central account — Report paid links – Oliver Henniges
So how accurate do you think those reports will be? I suggest reporting every page you see that contains an Adsense ad. Or any advertisement for that matter.
If you’ve ever wanted confirmation that paid links work, this is it. For more on Google’s link issues, see In Links We Trust – How Google Reshaped The Web.
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