Google Plans to Penalize Sites “Too Optimized”

During a panel presented at SXSW the the webspam team engineer Google , Matt Cutts, anticipated that the company is working on a new change in the algorithm seeks to make the most accurate results – and enhance the user poor experience living with websites full of useless content in searches. Changing penalize “very optimized” sites for the seeker. When almsgiving is too…

With the change, the sites that uses excessive way links have many keywords on the same page or go beyond expectations robot indexing would have worse positions in search results. Several employees are already working on the project, according to the engineer.

Because Google does not disclose details about their page ranking methods, you can not know what they regard as sites “too optimized”, but the Panda was roundly criticized for webmasters, especially those who have lost a lot of traffic (and money) with change. So much so that Google itself has launched a form for users to help detect flaws in Panda.

Whether or not the change can and should be available in the coming months. Google’s message is clear and leads us to one of the basic principles of quality defined by the search engine: create pages primarily for users, not for engines search.