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WashingtonPost.com Advertising Fail

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November 3  |  News  |   Ryan Clark

A lot of people think ads on a website were a big factor in the Google Panda algorithm update despite a Google spam team employee stating they didn’t factor in ads. If they had, or if they did without telling us then the Washington Post needs a smack upside the head. I was doing my daily redditing and came across a link that lead me to their site and this is what I got smacked in the face with…I don’t really care but thought it would make for a funny post. Please excuse my lame ass GIMP editing skills on this picture. How’s this for user experience?

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One Response to WashingtonPost.com Advertising Fail

  1. Geoff Murie says:

    Talk about above the fold…

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