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Jul 3rd, 2020
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  1. What is Parasites ?
  2. What is Parasites ? And how could we do SEO for this type of website ?
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  14. leech off of high authority domains or satellite sites to rank your page with black-hat methods. will you please explain this term ?
  15. If you throw a bunch of spammy links at a small website of your own, you'll get penalized and removed from the SERPs.
  16. On the other hand, if you throw the same spammy backlinks on a page on Facebook, Quora, or Steemit, you'll get it ranking quite quickly.
  17. They call it parasite SEO because you leech off of high authority domains or satellite sites to rank your page with black-hat methods. Put simply, you create a high quality content post or video, that is at least 500–1000+ words, post it on an authoritative website, and blast links and social signals at it. It really is that simple, and if done correctly, can quickly get you to the first page of Google for some pretty competitive keywords!
  18. I think there is something wrong in your SEO knowledge.
  19. On the other hand, if you throw the same spammy backlinks on a page on Facebook, Quora, or Steemit, you'll get it ranking quite quickly.
  20. how could i analyse which link is spammy ?
  21. Any link that you can get for a few bucks is spammy IMHO.
  22. I think there is something wrong in your SEO knowledge.
  23. have you any problem with my knowledge or i affected you ?
  24. Any link that you can get for a few bucks is spammy IMHO.
  25. Thank you soo much Smith.:)
  26. Thank you soo much Smith.:)
  27. I think you answer is here.
  28. may be it will helps me a lots, again thanks Smith you are very helpful.
  29. Believe me, they will. Once mastered, parasite ranking can yield great results in a short time.
  30. Smith , if you don't mind . how can i connect to you for message chat. i want to ask more questions.
  31. This is good stuff if it still works.
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  34. parasite is spamming
  35. have you any problem with my knowledge or i affected you ?
  36. Thank you soo much Smith.:)
  37. Mate, you might wanna use multiple quotes be4 any admin reminds you. lol. Interesting thread thou.
  38. Part of Westborough, Massachusetts-based marketing and advertising firm ‘The Channel Company’, CRN produces a range of annual lists and report cards that focus on technology-based firms. The annual MSP Elite 150 List has three categories: 1) MSP Pioneer (for companies focused on the SME market), MSP Elite (for companies with a blend of on-premise and off-premise solutions), and 3) Managed Security (which recognizes cloud-based security services). Managed services providers included in the list are based in North America and excel in their approach. The list “identifies the most groundbreaking managed service organizations, with advanced solutions that have endless potential for growth”.
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  40. “Being included in this list shines a light on the most forward-thinking, innovative solution providers,” suggested OneNeck’s president and CEO, Terry Swanson. “Our inclusion is a testament to our employees and their ability to define, then architect and implement solutions that truly fit our client’s individual needs.”
  41. I knew the last year was bad for online publishing, but the Salon 10K shows *just how bad* pic.twitter.com/oyH7pdCDNI— josh laurito (@joshlaurito) June 26, 2020
  42. The above sorts of numbers are the logical outcome to this:
  43. we've heard complaints from users that if they click on a result and it's difficult to find the actual content, they aren't happy with the experience. Rather than scrolling down the page past a slew of ads, users want to see content right away. So sites that don't have much content"above-the-fold" can be affected by this change. If you click on a website and the part of the website you see first either doesn't have a lot of visible content above-the-fold or dedicates a large fraction of the site's initial screen real estate to ads, that's not a very good user experience. Such sites may not rank as highly going forward.
  44. Especially when combined with this:
  45. As you scroll through it, you are then given travel ads for flight options through Google Flight search, hotels through Google Hotel search and restaurants through Google Local results. Then towards the bottom of the knowledge graph card, all the way at the end in a small grayish font, you have a link to "see web results."
  46. Bad news for TripAdvisor.
  47. Google has squeezed out SEO for travel. PCLN/EXPE SEM $ spend and higher conversion is a massive competitive advantage. Bad news for TRIP. pic.twitter.com/39QkxuN780— modest proposal (@modestproposal1) April 17, 2020
  48. And amongst the good news for Expedia, there's also a bit of bad news for Expedia. The hotels are fighting Airbnb & OTAs. In travel Google is twice as big as the biggest OTA players. They keep eating more SERP real estate and adding more content behind tabs. On mobile they'll even disappear the concept of organic results.
  49. Room previews in the search results not only means that second tier players are worth a song, but even the new growth players propped up by aggressive ad buying eventually hit a wall and see their stock crash.
  50. As the entire ecosystem gets squeezed by middlemen and the market gets obfuscated with an incomplete selection it is ultimately consumers who lose: "Reservations made through Internet discount sites are almost always slated for our worst rooms."
  51. The New York Times pitched Yelp as a pesky player holding a grudge:
  52. "For six years, his company has been locked in a campaign on three continents to get antitrust regulators to punish Google, Yelp's larger, richer and more politically connected competitor. ... Yelp concluded that there was no better way to get Google's attention than to raise the specter of regulation. ... something [Mark Mahaney] calls the Death of Free Google. As the internet has migrated to mobile phones, Google has compensated for the smaller screen space by filling it with so many ads that users can have a hard time finding a result that hasn't been paid for."
  53. In spite of how quick The New York Times was to dismiss Yelp, the monopoly platforms are stiffing competition & creativity while bundling fake reviews & junk features into their core platforms.
  54. People can literally switch their name to "Loop dee Loop"
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  56. and leave you terrible, fake reviews.
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  58. Google's lack of effort & investment to clean up trash in their local services department highlights that they don't feel they need to compete on quality. Pay for core search distribution, throw an inferior service front & center, and win by default placement.
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