If your website has a High spam score then you must have to reduce it to avoid being penalized or De-indexed by search engines.
To lower your spam score, you need to stop giving spam signals.
And for that, first of all you should know….
What is Spam Signal?
To get to know about Spam Score of any website, Moz uses some flags and considers them as a spamming signal.
Moz uses 27 different spam scores indicating signals which are correlated with sites that have been penalized or banned.
If you want to reduce your spam score, here is…
How to reduce Spam Score?
To reduce your spam score, Here are 4 main spam indicating signals that you should have to avoid on your website.
- Domain Name:
According to Moz, Your website Domain name is spammy if,
- It contains many keywords.
- Long length
- It contains Numbers and Hyphens
- Website type:
If your website is of 1 or 2 pages, it should be considered as Spammy. Your website needs to have details like email address and Phone number and it should be using HTTPs.
- Website Content
You have to take care of Keywords density in your content . A keyword stuffed content can be considered as a spam signal.
Using words related to Adult and 18+ topics in your content can also be considered as spam signals.
- Website Links:
A backlink or an Internal Link of your website is considered a spam signal if it is…
- Coming from a spammy website.
- Using irrelevant Anchor Text.
- Paid or sponsored.
These are 4 main spam indicating signals that you have to avoid or remove from your site.
So that’s it for this blog, I hope you got to know a little bit about spam signals.
If you have any questions about spam signals, please feel free to get in touch.