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ViDEO: Google Answers Questions About the New Idea of Negative SEO
Posted on December 19th 2012
Is Negative SEO a Concern?
If you were, probably rightly, worried about all the talk of the new “Negative SEO” from the standpoint that it could be used as an attack weapon against your site.
Google’s SEO Pro, Matt Cutts, has answered a lot of the questions, intentions, and concerns about Negative SEO.
This is really good to know!
Whew, thanks Matt for the sigh of relief!
There’s always going to be hackers, scammers, and other nefarious sort that will attempt to exploit things, but it’s good to know that Google has it’s finger on the pulse of preventing abuse.
Can you just imagine the look on some scammers face if they tried to attack a site and ended up benefiting it! LOL
Does this make you feel safer about your site’s SEO?