|PRWeb - Paid PR Distribution||Stephen Oliver||11/28/12 5:29 AM|
Recently I have read an interesting article here - http://searchengineland.com/how-prweb-helps-distribute-crap-into-google-news-sites-140597
Just wanted to know, Is there any chance that Google will take proper action against PRWeb for publishing paid PR articles with dofollow links?
Please discuss your opinion here.
|Re: PRWeb - Paid PR Distribution||Lysis||11/28/12 6:28 AM|
Isn't PRWeb the expensive PR site? The problem is more their clients than anything. People think press releases are articles. They don't know what a press release really is.
|Re: PRWeb - Paid PR Distribution||Stephen Oliver||11/28/12 8:33 AM|
yeah that may be true, but what do you think? how Google should react over this?
|Re: PRWeb - Paid PR Distribution||Lysis||11/28/12 8:53 AM|
Devalue the links... Not a biggie really.
|Re: PRWeb - Paid PR Distribution||seo101||11/30/12 6:59 PM|
They already devalue the links!
All the press release companies, including Reuters include links in their press releases!
The problem is not the links, but the unnewsworthy nature of the majority of press releases.
|Re: PRWeb - Paid PR Distribution||seo101||11/30/12 7:09 PM|
jeeezzzz .... no sooner than I wrote the above, I then went deleted a whole lot of forum profile spam on a couple of my forum sites linking to this press release:
...no wonder press releases are getting such a bad name