Google Spam-Related Algorithm Update Rolled Out On October 19, 2022.
Google considers spam sites that trick users into providing personal information or installing malware to be of low quality.
Spam updates also target phishing scams and other bad actors on the internet who try to rank high in search results by impersonating highly relevant pages.
Websites that adhere to Google's Search Essentials are susceptible to hacked spam. If a website is not adequately secured, it may be serving spam to users without their knowledge.
When a site is hit by a spam update, its content is either demoted or removed from Google's index.
Google estimates that recovering from the negative impact of a spam update could take months, assuming the website makes the necessary changes to comply with Google's spam policies.
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