A
patent ganted to Google targets spam detection through a social network. This
patent specifically targets spam on social networks and the characteristics of
those only. That tells us it one of the characteristics of a social network focus
on the search and identification of popular content that is shared on a
network. Messages that appeared that allows popular with other members of the
network, and allows them to see messages these trends. Scammers who have been
allegedly taking advantage of the “large numbers of views of the comments
of these posts receive.”
Google Fingerprint
Bill Slawski’s article is particularly interesting clearly because it shows
once again on how Google and possibly other search engines understand the content
of social networks or the package Because of Its potential spam in a scheme in
particular.

If the fingerprint does not match the fingerprint with previously stored, then the
method Continues to post the comment on the social network. However, if the
fingerprint matches the fingerprint with previously stored, spam detector has
been identified that is a duplicate comment. This May be an innocent mistake or
can be an Attempt to spam.
Besides
the fact that is known almost everything can find out about the whereabouts of
tweets, posts or soon then also an instant Articles on fingerprints, the
question arises how search engines or Google with social content and their
dissemination in the (social) web will deal in future, exactly?
Let’s
get anything before, who is as SEO at this point primarily on Facebook or its
rather “inverse” spreading machinery, which could have a hard time in
the future! Google’s patent on a fingerprint method for identification of
“social spam” may not be the most elegant way to end up but cause
repeatedly spread by the same people content or articles, because of repeatedly
“similar” fingerprints, eventually the “air” in the results
of a search – in this case, probably the Google – is taken, Logical or not?

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