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Bing Webmaster Guidelines and Keyword Stuffing; Google Places Quality Guidelines

April 3, 20142 sec
Bing updates their Webmaster Guidelines, adding that if you use keyword stuffing, it can lead to demotion or even the delisting of your website. Also,  Google quietly updates their Google Places Quality Guidelines for naming your business   Related articles across the web Bing Webmaster Guidelines Updated To Include Demotions For Keyword Stuffing Google Navigation Changes To Webmaster Tools; Google Warning External Keyword Tool Shut Down Near Crawling Unlinked URLs to Discover New Content; Paying for Site Audits Image Mismatch Google Webmaster Tools Manual Action Penalty; Google Authorship, Custom Google+ URLs How to Setup Google Authorship; Manual Action Detail in Google Webmaster Tools Bing Webmaster Guidelines Updated To Include Demotions For Keyword Stuffing

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