21 Oct '12, 6am

Are menu links considered spammy? #seo #seomoz

Hi Memoz , I think this completely depends on how it's done. Footers are a completely normal and expected part of Web design. For example, when you go to a new site you've never been to before, you almost expect to find "About Us" and "Contact Us" links in the footer. You also expect to find some redundant navigation, like "main products" or "clearance items." Now, if you have a footer that does something like this: Used Cars Seattle Used Car West Seattle Used Cars East Seattle Used Cars Bellingham Used cars northeast Seattle Used Cars North Seattle and so on.... Yes, I'd say Spam-A-Rama! Probably not a great idea. Trust your instinct. If you stop at some point and think to yourself, "Self, this is looking mighty spammy," then, it's probably spammy and don't do it. Can anyone say for sure what Google will see as spam and penalize and what it will leave alone? No. So I can'...

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