Google’s recently published search quality rating guidelines revealed Google’s definition of high quality web pages and low quality web pages. If you want to avoid a penalty, it is also important to know Google’s definition of spam pages. You can find Google’s definition of a spam page below.

Does Google think that your web pages are spam?
A web page with a low quality isn’t necessarily a spam page. However, if a web page page is deliberately created to deceive and potentially harm users in order to benefit your website, it won’t get a good rating. If your pages contain the following elements, it is likely that Google thinks that they are spam:

1. Your pages are malicious or harmful
2. Your pages are deceptive
3. Your pages use sneaky redirects
4. Your pages don’t have real content

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Google’s definition of a spam website (official)

Google’s definition of a spam website (official)

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