W3Schools hubbub Over SEO tricks, inaccuraciesITworld #On_ImpressivewebsJune 12, 2019
W3Schools has been around for years, building a search reputation that keeps it at the top of results pages.
But Impressive Webs found W3Schools also plays games with subdomain names to bypass orders to block their main domain from future search results.
Further research found calculated domain games to stay high in search listings, that may be legal, but hardly ethical, according to Impressive Webs.
W3Fools is a site formed last year to criticize and force W3Schools to improve the quality of their information.
Not evil SEO on their part, just a rather odd server configuration.
Daniel15 on impressivewebs.com How about search engines let us mod down sites with low-value based on our public social networks?
figital on readwriteweb.com w3fools is doing nice job by pointing out the mistakes.
Viyanur Chandra on readwriteweb.com It’s nothing black hat going on here.
softbuilder on news.ycombinator.com When business results so often rely on favorable Google search rankings, how can we blame any company for doing all they legally can to stay on top?
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