Google’s Quality Guidelines are clear: tactics that are intended to manipulate search results are forbidden. This includes any behavior that is designed to artificially boost a site’s ranking, artificially inflate click-through rates, or otherwise mislead Google’s algorithms.
Examples of prohibited tactics include keyword stuffing, link schemes, and creating duplicate content. These practices not only violate Google’s guidelines, but can also result in your site being penalized or even banned from the search engine entirely.

If you’re serious about getting your website to rank well in Google search results, make sure you’re following all of the quality guidelines. Otherwise, you could be risking your site’s visibility – and your business’ bottom line.

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