Google Knol: know how to place your backlinks

Big G is firing up new half-ready services by the week: first lively, now Knol – a beast arising fromt the deepest darkest places where no wikipedia-user ever dwelled. Because Google is allowing follow-backlinks, so Knol will be spammed faster than a spam factory.

Unless the reviewer system actually starts to work. And unless Google goes for multi-langual support. Otherwise, quick SEOs will soon start posting “guides” on how to moderate blogs or explain the basics of SMO – social media optimization. And that's most likely the reason why the don't dare to put up “latest knols” on their front page.

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