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how to report in google for blackhat seo

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by websolutions85, Dec 22, 2017.

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    I have a competitor site that is doing blackhat SEO. My question is if I report them to google, would they keep it anonymous or would they share my details? Also, has anybody here received any notice here from Google penalizing the site? What's the message they send you?
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    websolutions85, Dec 22, 2017 IP
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  2. shaun-m

    shaun-m Member

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    To my knowledge, it is an anonymous form anyway so they wont ask you for your specific details.
     
    shaun-m, Dec 27, 2017 IP
  3. Talpo

    Talpo Peon

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    How to report?
    Can I report, for example, spam posts / links?
    What threatens the reported site?
    If I do not like someone, I will create such posts myself, and then I will report it (I know, it's not nice, but it's worth knowing) - will it also hurt reported website?
    How it's working?
     
    Talpo, Jan 28, 2018 IP
  4. Serghei Pogor

    Serghei Pogor Greenhorn

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    To report - Yes, you can but Google will not pay high attention to it
     
    Serghei Pogor, Jan 29, 2018 IP
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    Bartolomeok Peon

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    Google generally can not react to this, although it will be anonymous, though with details
     
    Bartolomeok, Jan 31, 2018 IP
  6. jennypitula

    jennypitula Greenhorn

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    I think you need not tell Google anything. Google is enough smart for understanding anything, if your competitor is applying black hat then Google will definitely penalize them, but keep focusing on white hat practice only.
     
    jennypitula, Feb 7, 2018 IP
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    Indiabulls Active Member

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    You will stay anonymous while you report. On the other hand make sure to disavow links as you see them in webmaster. Google is various algorithms that understand those kinds of activities & it won't harm your site.
     
    Indiabulls, Feb 7, 2018 IP