SEO Increases Chances of Malware Infection
Editor of Search Engine Journal, Loren Baker, said that techniques of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) like backlinking is capable of backfiring if the Website containing hyperlinks hosts malware, as reported by BCS on November 11, 2008.
Baker also added that Website ranking on Google may be affected if it contains links to malware hosting sites. He suggests that the malware circulation history of a site, especially of Google should be checked. If Google thinks that the Website is harmful, it can affect the ranking in future, or can ruin the business.
While Google is taking pains to emphasize that attached links do not influence search rankings as webmasters do n...
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