‘I have no idea what this is about’: ‘The internet is so good’
Posted On June 8, 2021
Here are some key points from the full transcript of the ABC’s report, published today: “I’m not sure if it’s a legitimate backlink, or if it could be fake, or it could just be a scam or a ploy.”
“There’s a lot more backlinks than we’re used to.” “
There are a lot of websites that don’t have a lot to offer other than backlinks.”
“There’s a lot more backlinks than we’re used to.”
“It’s a very high degree of trust, which is probably why we see a lot fewer sites doing it.”
“We’re talking about sites that are well-known and that are not as popular as they should be.”
“The quality of links on these sites is very, very high.”
“Backlinks have a big impact on your ability to drive traffic.”
“I don’t know what this ‘solution’ is.”
“As long as there’s this massive amount of trust in the backlink system, and the fact that backlinks are being used for things like marketing purposes, then this is going to continue.”
“What’s happened is that the backlinks have been taken out of the equation.”
“The people that run these sites don’t care about people’s backlinks. “
They care about their own backlinks and what people think of them. “
The people that run these sites don’t care about people’s backlinks.
It’s a free, open, open communication platform, and you can’t get a reputation in that system by simply making people feel good about themselves.” “
That’s what’s so great about the internet.
It’s a free, open, open communication platform, and you can’t get a reputation in that system by simply making people feel good about themselves.”
“You can get a great reputation on a backlink site and still not get much traffic.”
“There are sites that do offer real backlinks for real money, and there are other sites that just put up fake backlinks to try to get people to click on them.”
“[People] say they have to spend money to make it look good, but there’s no reason why they shouldn’t be able to make money by putting up fake links.”
“People who have been on these websites for a long time have been able to build up a reputation and have their backlinks taken out.”
[The Australian Financial review] asked a number of people who have had backlinks removed or who have not been able for some time to tell us what they think of these sites.
We also asked them to give us their thoughts on the whole issue.
We were surprised to see that the vast majority of people were happy with the sites they had been linked to.
“It definitely helps with the quality of your backlinks,” one respondent said.
Another respondent said he had used the sites to help promote his business.
“If you’re a small business, I think it’s great for the community.” “
A third respondent said: “There is no reason to think that it’s bad. “
If you’re a small business, I think it’s great for the community.”
A third respondent said: “There is no reason to think that it’s bad.
It seems to be very beneficial for the website owners.”
Another said: “[I] have no reason whatsoever to think it is bad.
There’s no evidence that it has been a detriment to the website.”
In response to our question, the company behind the site, GoogleBacklinks, has provided a statement.
“Our Backlinks API is designed to help us provide quality links for our Backlinks section of the website,” the statement read.
[This] feature has been used by many Backlinks Providers across the world, which include, but are not limited to, Amazon, Bing, Facebook, eBay, LinkedIn, YouTube, Reddit, Twitter and Yahoo.
“In the past, some of the sites which used our API did not adhere to the guidelines set out in our Terms of Service and had been removed from our Backlink API.
In response to this, Google Backlinks removed all Backlinks that we have ever used for the Backlinks service.”
The company also stated that it had not been involved in the development of this website.
“Google Backlinks does not have any involvement in this website and is not responsible for any content or advertisements found on this website,” it said.
“We would like to apologise to our Backlinking community for any inconvenience caused by this website not complying with our Terms Of Service and/or not being able to fulfil the Backlink requirements of this site.”
We asked Google backlinks why it had removed links from its Backlinks Service and whether it had any plans to do so in the future.
“We take these issues very seriously and are currently working with Google to ensure