Discussion on optimization strategies for the improvement of Shanghai dragon love after Shanghai alg

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website weight in love Shanghai will be combined with the factors of no fewer than 200, and especially the link weight, and station group success mainly because of the kidnapping of links, from the inside to the outside of the chain chain to the target station, then the target station is very difficult to not in the home, and can be there is no way this shielding very perfect cheating love Shanghai algorithm, but since the love of Shanghai has found the problem, certainly I see that the solution will strengthen the inspection of the link, if spam links will not give you too much weight, so that you through the method of station group will not be able to play a good role, so we want to make Shanghai Longfeng optimization, or return to formal methods, that is just the chain of high quality

optimization technology, many optimization techniques are aimed at the Shanghai dragon love Shanghai algorithm vulnerabilities, which can quickly occupy the home of love Shanghai, but those on the front page of the website is not love said Shanghai as the optimization guide in the user experience, is more like such as garbage sites, the content is very poor quality, this love Shanghai had to adjust the algorithm, which makes many of the original optimization strategy a lot of failure! So we must understand the nature of Shanghai Longfeng practitioners love Shanghai which is adjusted, in the future we should how to deal with

With the continuous development of Shanghai dragon

has a variety of stations occupied the Shanghai love home last year, the greatest impact of L-carnitine type of standing group, it’s hard to see this in the home station group, is the last year the station caused a very bad influence, let love have to adjust their resolve to Shanghai although the algorithm now no perfect solution, but for those who criticized the station group has moved to make it real, but the current method or by manual intervention to solve

two: pseudo original will gradually withdraw from the stage of history


: a station group home phenomenon will be difficult to survive


is in Shanghai Longfeng optimization above the most headache problem is to create high quality content, but higher quality, requires a large number of the original article, but an industry so content, written over write the past, wrote that he was sick, it is not every day a original content update, so some time ago the pseudo original is very fire, because we found that the pseudo original content of love Shanghai is also included, regardless of the content written form mumbo-jumbo, as long as the text does not repeat the line, love Shanghai even determines the high quality of the original, which really let many webmaster see hope, but this text on the Internet spread it is no doubt to the Internet to create a lot of garbage, so I love Shanghai now also adjust the algorithm at the same time, the spider is more and more intelligent, for that upset the order, Modification method of synonyms can certainly find the corresponding solution, so do the pseudo original will gradually withdraw from the stage of history, instead of pseudo original requires more advanced combined with their own ideological essence of the people to writing an article! This is the update of the king "

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