In February 2006, BMW.de, the official website of the automotive giant, ended up on Google's "blacklist." BMW, as they later admitted, was using so-called "doorway pages." In short, these are pages whose owners earn money by publishing dynamically generated links, which are set up with the aim of increasing the PageRank of those who pay for such a service. Soon, BMW.de ceased to exist for Google, at least in terms of search results.
Industry secrets. Sans the fluff
The flood of GPT-4 gurus and the Microsoft vs Google race creates the impression of a fresh revolution, but artificial intelligence has been hiding the same skeletons in the closet for decades now. We are also seeing many good ideas and solutions, but the collection of shady characters is probably more present. The only question is - who will be louder?
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