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Posted in: General by Richard Hearne on February 24, 2015
Internet Marketing Ireland

I'll save you 5 mins you wont get back. Basically they got hit by Penguin, and because someone had created a lot of spammy links just prior to that it must have been NSEO. Nothing mentioned about what their link profile looked like prior to this… Methinks unlikely that spammy links could hurt so quickly.

Who knows… Google Knows!

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Anatomy of a negative SEO attack, targeting the Jellyfish UK website

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  1. NSEO and Drones… Write about those topics and you'll get some attention… Fantastic link bait in this case.

    Comment by Sasch Mayer — February 24, 2015 @ 11:28 am

  2. Hmmm is a Jellyfish spineless ?

    Comment by Tim Capper — February 24, 2015 @ 11:33 am

  3. Link bait with multiple calls to action.

    “Negative SEO can get companies penalised or entirely banned from Google. It can affect share price. It can even put companies out of business.” 

    Scaremongering at its best. 

    Comment by William Harvey — February 24, 2015 @ 6:03 pm

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