Google just announced that it is cracking down on doorway pages with a new ranking adjustment, which will launch soon. Doorway pages have historically been known as pages created specifically to get in search results for various queries, and then send users to a different page.
This practice has long been against Google’s quality guidelines, but that’s hardly stopped people from trying it. In 2005, Google’s Matt Cutts advised people not to hire an “assclown SEO that makes doorway pages with sneaky redirects,” and that advice still holds up today, apparently more than ever.
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