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Hidden backlinks how to do?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jsmith250, May 30, 2013.

  1. jsmith250

    jsmith250 Junior Member

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    Is still worth these days to do hidden backlinks? I have access at many sites(not mine) and I want to put my links in to the these sites... but how to do? I read about more methods, with css display none... with a php code only for google bots, and simply clear to put the link in the page with font size very very small.... how is the best? I know I can be panalized but I assume the risk. Thanks
     
  2. masterjani

    masterjani Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Better to avoid. Mostly hidden links are vulnerable than visible sitewide links. google bots may or may not read that one. But, if it looks suspicious you will get unnatural link warning right away.
     
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    If you caught then google will deindex so better to play safe game..
     
  4. BillyBoyb

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    wow. what a faggy group of "blackhats". fucking do it, and if you get penalized, make a new site, and do it again...
     
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    It depends. You could insert the links in a dropdown coded in javascript or jquery and then delete one bracket from the code. It will turn the script into a non working one for users but the link will be visible in the source code and public HTML.

    In the past Google didn't see this as hidden links but most likely as a programmer's error and indexed the link with full linkjuice.

    I haven't used this method in a while, quite a lot actually, it could still work but the safest way is to test it on a dummy site first.

    For 100% safety just add contextual links in those websites with generic anchors.

    But anything you do, be sure it's verified before you do it.
     
  6. ZeroFear

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    Better not to use it, google will punish your site for it.
     
  7. JustUs

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    If you really insist:
    Code:
    <a href="domain.tld"></a>
    Do so at your own risk.
     
  8. jsmith250

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    Okkkkk.. I will do it.... if I get penalized I will do again :p Thanks for the answers.
     
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    Yep, it's sounding more like warriorforum by the day.

    Use javascript op, hidden links dont penalise, just look at sape.
     
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    Hide away with javascript / jquery. I really doubt whether google is able to work through each page to see if the link can actually become visible through a mess of JS. They fact that it could become visible yes, but whether the user can actually ever make visible, I say no. But the days may be gone of simply < div style=display:hidden> link1 ... link1000 < / div > :)
     
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  11. jsmith250

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    Thanks a lot I'm working on it :)
     
  12. mrblackjack

    mrblackjack Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    If u want to do it right, here it goes:
    1. get some nice WP / Joomla themes or plugin that will cause people to install
    2. use a function that calls your remote server (use cURL or file_get_contents) and that get's your html code (that contains the hidden links) as server response, then encrypt this function in the themes / plugin files.
    3. if u can get your hands on a good cloaking platform, or can get all Google IP ranges (and I mean all, not just famous googlebot, but also their cloud servers, manual reviewers etc), it will be perfect to stay under the radar, cause you can cloak , and show Google the links as live, and not hidden.
    4. spread the rumor. go to relevant forums, and offer your trapped themes / plugin for free download.
    5. while people install your themes, you can control their websites, and inject hidden links to their website.
    6. With Cloaking combination, you can stay under the radar for a long long time.
    7. and if one of your website is getting de-indexed, you can easily pass the hidden links juice to a new website.

    good luck
     
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    Hum ... Seems not completly legal ...