Google Calls upon Public Participation for Making Search Experience Spam-Free
Google proactively handled almost 50,000 reports from its users regarding junk results within the tech giant's Search last year while is now encouraging greater number of reports and users' voluntary efforts to assist it in identifying spam as well as thwarting the same. According to Google's Global Search Outreach Lead Juan Felipe Rincon, the automatically operating systems based on Artificial Intelligence are performing round the clock for detection and blockage of spam.
The company stated that users reporting malicious software, spam as well as other problems they came across helped it safeguard website owners along with more searchers against the malpractice. Users were welcomed to make a report of spam, malicious software or phishing attempts.
Users can reportedly draw the attention of Google to any problem via its search engine after hitting "Send Feedback" web-link down on the web-page displaying the search hits so that one reporting tool gets started off usable for adding comments as well as forwarding them for reviewing by Google's search group.
Google's Juan Felipe Rincon confirmed that the Artificial Intelligence system of the tech major worked 24 hours for eliminating spam that crowded around search results. However, Rincon as well calls on the public to help root out the junk. Advising users to use the "Send Feedback" web-link he said they could report malicious programs, spam as also other issues. Newsbytesapp.com posted this, June 10, 2018.
It's reported that Google had dispatched more than 45m automated as well as 6m manual notifications during 2017 alerting registered owners of online sites of potential problems capable of impacting the appearances of their search hits, and cautioning webmasters of practices which infringed upon search guidelines as also ways for fixing the problems, respectively. And besides eliminating hijacked sites, the company also proactively dealt with some 90,000 reports that users sent regarding spam in search results so as for making search experiences free of spam.
In addition, Google conducted more than 250 meetings of webmasters while contacted some 2,20,000 site owners giving them directions on how they can initiate safe experience of doing web search while develop content as well as services of high quality.
» SPAMfighter News - 6/19/2018
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