Google to take action on 65% of user-generated spam reports

Google's Juan Felipe Rincon offers measurements on what number of spam reports to Google gets from clients and how regularly they follow up on them.

At SMX West, in the "Google manual actions" board, Juan Felipe Rincon from Google said that Google makes a move on 65 percent of the 35,000 client produced spam reports submitted to Google month to month.

Juan Felipe Rincon gave that figure minutes back on the board. He included that of those 35,000 entries, 65 percent are spam, so move is made on a manual premise on those reports.

Juan Felipe Rincon included that they do organize spam reports in light of how critical they can be on their clients, Google searchers. He additionally included that a few clients are great at spam reporting, and they might organize spam reports when they know they are put together by clients who submit great spam reports.

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