Published on August 8, 2011, by Jordan Colton
It is the bane of my existence on the Internet. It is something we all have to deal with and try to get rid of, yet it never seems to go away. It also is probably the most favorite meat product sold in Hawaii as well. It became famous in World War II, and is known from the wonderful world of British Comedy. What am I talking about? Spam.
I personally have never been a fan of spam, the meat, junk emails or websites that seem to flood the web. It’s a problem that many of us would like to have resolved and I am happy to inform you that Google feels the same way, and has built a new way to report web spam.
We recommend that all of our clients have a Google Webmaster Account, which is fairly easy to set up if you don’t already have one. You just need a Google account with your website connected to it. You can do this here. Once you have an account set up, you can go in and submit any web spam that you might come across using the form (pictured below).
Google has made this a lot simpler to work with, and should be a great resource for those that are trying as much as I am to get rid of spam on the Internet. As always, let us know if you have any questions or thoughts!
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