Get Your Website Reviewed By Google

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Google's John Mueller announced on Google+ that they will be offering website reviews on November 18th.

It is a great opportunity to have someone from Google take a look and provide feedback right on the spot.

Go here to add your site to the list.
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  • Profile picture of the author GyuMan82
    Why do I feel that this will just confuse people even more.
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  • Profile picture of the author RandySwanston
    For me it seems like a trap where Google is trying to catch the spammers by they themselves going and falling in to the well. I'm not complaining about genuine ones' though.

    Another way of catching bad website in the name of reviews, way to go BIG G...
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Anthony
      Can't recall every learning anything much from John. He is far more out of the loop it seems that Cutts who at least once in awhile if you read between the lines you might learn something about the algo.

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  • Profile picture of the author brettb
    Kind of sad to see legit businesses seeing their rankings tank. Same thing happened to my software site.

    I put it down to my site being around for so long that duplicate content was the problem.
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  • Profile picture of the author ppcmanager
    Would be interesting to see an actual example of such a review offered by then on a website.
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  • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
    OUR websites reviewed?

    How about reviewing THEIR site (

    Check: Approx 70% - 80% of real-estate on site above the fold is ADS.
    Check: Deliberately misleading background color for main ads block (tilt LCD screen, then you see what I mean): Extreme ToS violation, shady advertising
    Check: Irrelevant low quality results from so called "authority sites" like Wikihow, ehow, etc.

    Verdict: TOTAL FAIL. Ban for imminent due to low quality content and shady advertising. Hardly that they would know how a good site is supposed to be.

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