At SMX West, Juan Felipe Rincon from Google in the “Google Manual Actions” panel said that of the 35,000 user generated spam reports submitted to Google monthly, 65% of them Google takes action on.
Google has a lot of ways of finding spam, of that, 35,000 of them are submitted by users. Juan Felipe Rincon gave that figure minutes ago in the panel. He added that of those 35,000 submissions, 65% of those are spam and thus action is taken on a manual basis on those reports.
Juan Felipe Rincon added that they do prioritize spam reports based on how significant they can be on their users, Google searchers. He also added that some users are good at spam reporting and they may prioritize when they look at those spam reports, when they know it is submitted by users who submit good spam reports.
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