October 10th, 2014

Facebook Invests Heavily In Fight Against Spam

Facebook revealed on Friday that it has obtained nearly $2 billion in legal judgments against spammers, and talked extensively about how it won’t put up with fake likes and other spam on its network.

The company says it’s honoring Cyber Security Awareness Month by discussing how it is fighting spam, and giving tips to users for “authentic interactions”. Read More…


September 19th, 2014

Bing Announces Filter For URL Keyword Stuffing Spam

Bing revealed in a blog post this week that it rolled out an update to its algorithm a few months ago that targets URL keyword stuffing. They had alluded to such an update in another recent post. Read More…


August 22nd, 2014

Google Takes Further Gmail Security Precautions with Non-Latin Character Support

Last week, Google announced that it started recognizing non-Latin characters in email addresses, opening up the ability for users to send and receive emails in more languages. By doing this, however, they were potentially opening the door to more spam slipping through the cracks courtesy of bad actors using sneak character combinations. Read More…


August 1st, 2014

Industry Spam Rings Plague Google Local, Cause Problems

Google Local, now known officially as Google My Business, has to deal with what they call “industry spam rings”, which are plaguing Google’s local listings like a virus. And as a result, they’ve changed their internal policies in order to deal with these industry spam rings. Google is, in some cases, manually going to a location to confirm the NAP data and make sure that they serve customers at that location. Read More…


November 15th, 2013

Matt Cutts Recommends Using Real Name, When Posting Blog Comments!

In his recent video, Matt Cutts has offered tips on how to ensure that your blog comments are not considered spam by Google.
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