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Hike link on a website

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mikeoo, May 29, 2011.

  1. mikeoo

    mikeoo BANNED BANNED

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    I got a website where I have access to the ftp.
    the website have PR 6

    how i can put my link in the footer on that website and hide it ?

    I dont want to be penalized by google.

    someone know the best way to hide ?

    please show me an example how to hide it.

    thank you.
     
  2. mikeoo

    mikeoo BANNED BANNED

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    please someone help me
     
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    sashablack Elite Member

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    i do pm me the link to the site!
     
  4. mikeoo

    mikeoo BANNED BANNED

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    comon people try to get the website.

    Im programmor in php.

    show me a example i will do it.

    thank you people this forum is the best !
     
  5. jashawa9485

    jashawa9485 Registered Member

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    If you put it in the footer, you could just give it a negative text indent of -9999px and it will put it off the screen. You could also change the link color to the background color.
     
  6. mikeoo

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    the body font its #ffffff white and the url link i put

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    <a style="font-size:10px;color:#c5c3c3;" href="link" title="promoonly">keyword</a>
    not the same color and people cant see the link, now google do will see this type of trick ?

    the person who will give me the best answer and trick I will put is link on the page.

    the page have pagerank 6
     
  7. acotut

    acotut Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Dude,just make the anchor text color,same as the background and that's it :)
     
  8. jashawa9485

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    Exactly, take the color of the background and use inline CSS to turn the link that color. You don't want people to be able to see it, just google to crawl it. If not then try this command <a href="#" style="text-indent: -9999px;">Link</a>
     
  9. mikeoo

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    inline CSS to turn the link that color

    Im confused

    and text-indent: -9999px I see on google it detect this.

    i
     
  10. jashawa9485

    jashawa9485 Registered Member

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    Those are really your only quick ways of doing it. Change the color or give it a text indent.
     
  11. MKelly

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    Google can detect every trick mentioned in this post and mark it as spam.

    If you really want this link and are willing to risk your site being penalized/banned, then I would suggest thinking cleverly, maybe slice an image on their page and make a small chunk of it link to your site with keywords in the alt text, or find other high PR pages on the site and link contextually to your site using the same colour text with no underline or rollover effects.

    Using css to make the link the same colour as the background, and hiding it off page are sure fire ways to raise red alerts in google spam detection department.

    I would never do and of this, and wouldn't suggest that you do it, not for just one link, is the content even related to your site? PR is also not much of a draw nowadays, great content beats out PR in the SERPS these days. My brand new handwritten, lengthy, naturally written product review blog posts outrank high PR pages with less quality content easily.
     
  12. mikeoo

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    maybe slice an image on their page and make a small chunk of it link to your site with keywords in the alt text

    can you show me an example
     
  13. mikeoo

    mikeoo BANNED BANNED

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    im not sure google will index my link on that webpage if i use

    <a href="link"><img src-"image" alt="keyword"></a>

    someone can answer me.
     
  14. mikeoo

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    comone someone have the answer, and people give me different way. someone have the best way and sure way to do it
     
  15. Arche

    Arche Newbie

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    Do they have anything currently in their footer? change something to a link to your site. or if they have a line going across the page or some such, you could change that into an image link

    Just beware that you're giving them a link to who mucked with their site...
     
  16. mikeoo

    mikeoo BANNED BANNED

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    I found a solution

    Code:
    $userAgent = $_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'];
     
    if(stristr(strtolower($userAgent), 'googlebot') === FALSE) {    
      
      //NORMAL USER BROWSING SHOW THE ADS    //
     
        [COLOR=#008000]<!--  Your PAID Ads Code -->[/COLOR]}else {    
      
          //THIS IS GOOGLE BOT DO NOT SHOW PAID LINKS HERE
    }