Does Google Hate Datafeedr WordPress Affiliate Stores?

Datafeedr is a WordPress tool that manages data bottles, or lists of internet marketer products to build a store in a blog. I asked myself last week – does Google Hate Datafeedr? Seems like kind of the weird question won’t it? Not really, because I saw a stir of posts about Datafeedr coupled with the words “penalty” and “de-indexing”. Individuals will be the types of discussion board and blog posts you see when Google starts off to target something in it’s index. google scrape

It took place with MFA (Made for AdSense) web site, and it happened with ?UVRE (Build a Niche Store). Google saw people positively building lots of websites it thought were “thin affiliate sites”, or sites that mostly affiliate links and no real original content (or value). When ever this happens, Google appears for a definable impact, like a “powered by” link or something in the code. Then Yahoo adds it to the algorithm, and the pursuing days a myriad of people that had sights which were in Google’s latest target group found themselves with little or no traffic quite suddenly. 

So, my answer is – Google will not hate Datafeedr as a tool or a WordPress plugin, or even people that use it. What Google hates is individuals who abuse it, that create thin affiliate sites, and that have zero real value or content.

What is a Google Penalty?

When you have a web site, really ranked on the internet on a ‘pagerank’ scale of 1-10. The higher your amount, the greater your expert, a lot more searches you come up for, the more traffic you get, the more money you make. Google likes web sites and websites with original content. Google likes stores with original content that sell their own products. Google hates affiliates that get a datafeed or some links and build a web based store with no content and scraped or copied content just for the purpose of making affiliate commissions. To Yahoo you’re no better than a scraper or spammer. Google doesn’t mind if you have a site with original content where you link to, review, or suggest products – provided that your products may overwhelm your content. If perhaps it does Google phone calls you a “thin affiliate” site – heavy on affiliate links, and light-weight on content.

IF Yahoo finds you (and some sites go years without having caught for some reason) to become ‘thin affiliate’, any number of things could happen:

1. You could get banned from AdSense (if you put it to use on that site), or at least get your advertising pulled from exhibiting on that site

2. You could lose pr juice

3. You could become “unranked” or pagerank actually zero

4. You could stay ranked, but not show up in search results

5. You could be unranked, can be found in search results, but get no traffic

6. You could be temporarily (or permanently) removed from Search results completely (deindexed)

7. You could receive any of the above for 30, 70, 90, or 120 days and nights – or even up to just one year

I have received ever single one of the above mentioned penalties over the last 2 years using one of my web sites, and all kinds of them are now back on the Yahoo index and good ranking.
How do I keep My Datafeedr affiliate store (or any site) from getting a Google fee?

When you have a Datafeedr internet marketer store in WordPress my advice to you is this. In your automated programs. txt file set your store URL to refuse indexing. Nofollow all backlinks to your store. In the Google XML Sitemap wordpress tool setup enter your store URL to NOT be as part of your sitemap. If you have been deindexed online – request reinclusion and condition that you have an affiliate store and established it up never to be indexed – only your original content (and you should get back in).

Don’t try and defraud Google – and you won’t get the base, plain and simple. CARRY OUT NOT RELY on a piss poor product store to get organic and natural results and traffic in Yahoo to help you money. Rather – produce a great site with awesome original content and let IT DRAW the traffic, that will naturally visit your store (and make you money).

Why do Datafeedr stores do not list well?

I get this once in a while. 99% of the time a Datafeedr store neglects because a site or blog is centered around it. I have got people in the recent ask me to set up a Datafeedr store, and they do nothing with it, and wonder why they made no money. This is merely OK when you’re going to send paid traffic or do AdWords PPC to the Datafeedr store. If you want to be found in Google – you need to do all the normal things you will have to do for any site to be offered online. Write content. Gain subscribers. Build Links. Obtain Authority. Get traffic. Produce Money.