Did you know that Wikipedia has a WikiProject Spam area where it releases all its link spam reports for all to see? That is essentially a list of all those who do link drops on Wikipedia. Long story short, Google Search does not use this list for its link spam detection methodologies.John Mueller of Google was inquired about this on Twitter and he said “I would not anticipate a direct Google response” when asked if Google utilizes this database. John did add that “spamming Wikipedia is pretty awful.” However it is very common, he likewise added that “generally opportunities are high that the very same folks spam the rest of the web, and we may select up on the larger pattern, and probably overlook the rest.” Google probably chooses up on this things automatically, most likely at least. He said spamming Google or Wikipedia, “its a big waste of time & & energy. “Here are those tweets: Do you have an example?– & #x 1f9c0; John & #x 1f9c0; (@JohnMu) September 23, 2021 Spamming Wikipedia is quite horrible. I wouldnt expect a direct Google response, however normally opportunities are high that the very same folks spam the rest of the web, and we may choose up on the bigger pattern, and probably ignore the rest. Its a huge wild-goose chase & & energy.– & #x 1f9c0; John & #x 1f9c0; (@JohnMu) September 23, 2021 Forum discussion at Twitter.

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