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They want try the same trick for the second time?

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They want try the same trick for the second time?

Post by maxi on Fri 17 Mar 2017, 5:19 am

This is how a typical Economic bubble looks:




This is how TEL registrations look:




Now we condense the image for better visuality. And now try to find three differences between these two images:





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My modest question: does Telnic wants to collect big $$$ from the same people for the second time?




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In some languages there is a saying "To step on the same rake for a second time". How it could sound in English, I do not know, but it looks like that:


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Re: They want try the same trick for the second time?

Post by maxi on Wed 29 Mar 2017, 11:47 am

Earlier Google was indulgent to the fact that TELs contained many outbound links. I think, it was because TEL with it's 3000 subdomains and hosting on DNS then was in it's element and then it was "natural" that TELs have many outbound links.

But now, when TELs have moved to the rank of ordinary sites, it can be assumed that Google will begin to treat them in the same way as it treats all other sites from other extensions and will apply to TELs the same rules.

I think that this information could be useful for directory builders:

What is link-washing-farm (link-farming/link-scrubbing?)*

"Link-washing-farm" is the concept of webmasters and optimizers, which means a site with a large number of outbound links. The exact number that would limit the link-washing-farm from a normal site cannot be named, since this number has not been standardized. Despite this, we can list the main signs of link-washing.

Attributes of link-washing-farm

  1. Each page contains outbound links;

  2.  Outbound links lead to different resources;

  3.  The ratio of the total number of links to the total number of pages is greater than 1;

  4. The site contains a large number of pages in the index;

  5. Site pages contain little content;

As a rule, for the average user there is practically no usefulness of link-washing-farm because their content leaves much to be desired. Usually, link-washing-farms are created for the purpose of selling links or promoting the site. Google applies it’s filters to such websites and they quickly fly out of the search engine index.

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I am not sure that "link-washing-farm" is a proper term - at the moment I forgot the right word for that, but perhaps it will be understandable and with this substitute.

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