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Google is introducing FCF (First Click Free)
by Dr. William Sen | CEO and founder of blue media

Google is introducing FCF (First Click Free)

Google's new SEO Guidelines FCF Already in Effect


Have you ever noticed navigating through a website and instead of seeing content as expected, it’s blurred and blocked by a pop-up telling you to pay for the content?

So, what do you do? You close that screen and go to another source, right? Google has already announced that this tactic is considered to be spam and against the Google Webmaster Guidelines. Therefore, Google has started to enforce online businesses to provide users the opportunity to discover the content first, before they decide to buy called FCF (First Click Free). According to Google’s new Webmaster Guidelines users should be provided 50-100 words of the article first at least, before asking them to buy it.

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About the Author
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Dr. William Sen CEO and founder of blue media

William Sen has been an SEO since 2001 and is a Software Engineer since 1996, and has been working as an Associate Professor in Germany for the University of Dusseldorf and Cologne. He has been involved in developing custom SEO tools, large website and software projects. William has a PhD in Information Sciences and has been working for brands such as Expedia, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Bayer, Ford, T-Mobile and many more. He is the founder of blue media.

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