29 Jul '12, 1pm

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iAcquire, banned by Google in late May after allegations of buying links for clients, has now has been restored to the Google index after two months. The company has blogged about the news and changes to its business model. iAcquire never says itself that it was banned over buying links for clients. Instead, it uses the “financial compensation” euphemism it has used before . From the post : Google’s war on paid links came close to home when we were accused of buying links for clients, which subsequently led to Google’s big hand swinging hard on the back of our head. We admitted that for some clients we had allowed the use of financial compensation as one of our many tactics to build links. I mean, it’s hard to build links, and clients want to be aggressive and they want to rank. The post also suggests that purchasing links was widespread among SEO agencies: Few of you can ...

Full article: http://searchengineland.com/google-lifts-ban-on-iacquire-...

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