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Google recently announced amongst the inner SEO circle headed up but Matt Cutts that they have developed a way to penalize video bloggers who are ‘Stuffing’ their video blog posts with keywords!
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from peterryan 2160 Days ago #
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I really don’t think these video examples should classify as keyword stuffing.   I  probably say the word search engine optimization every 7 minutes in real life.   Sad? yes.  Unrealistic?  no.

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from javaun 2159 Days ago #
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@peterryan I’m sure the penalty trigger is more complex than just keyword density, just as it is on a text page. There are plenty of legitimate lectures, discussions, and articles where words get repeated over and over again.  Google does a greate job of cutting out the riff raff on the text side,  I think they’ll get the formula right for multimedia as well.

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from JoshuaSciarrino 2159 Days ago #
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Meh......should this be water cooler? Since it’s not news...it’s a joke...<div></div><div></div><div>The debate begins. :P</div>

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from styletime 2159 Days ago #
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@Johua Ah but is there ANY truth behind the jokey facade? ;)

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from JoshuaSciarrino 2159 Days ago #
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Johua. Weird name. Who u talking to? :PYou get the minus for messing up my name....dang it! I hit plus!! Grr’s. :P

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from styletime 2159 Days ago #
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Sorry I have a new keyboard from Sevriano Ballesteros it misses out letters and syllables when your typing! ;)

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from yetanotherben 2158 Days ago #
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That’s some dry humour...

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from iBrian 1930 Days ago #
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Not really a great attempt at humour, when there are bigger topics out there.

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