Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by gcgipson, Feb 24, 2014.
I was just wondering...how hard or easy is it for a competitor to have my site sand boxed?
If you are vigilant and watch out the links weekly, NEVER.
Very easy if they know what they are doing.
How sad it is getting these days with the worthless turds who think they do IM. They come with their shitty tactics, ruin websites and the sad thing is, they will never make it in IM, or anything else in life for that matter.
I think, it is not difficult for new site
but not for established site.
what exactly does it mean "to sand box" site?
im little confused
Make it disappear out of the serps. It is the new in thing for the IM turds. Personally I think it should be banned from being talked about in any context, because what you do is give turds ideas, they will see this thread, look into it and then go on a website burning spree.
I would like to give a counter argument to your concept of IM. As the spring point I will use my recently returned and debilitating migraine headaches. I have had the damned things since before I was 18 and I am nearer 60 than 18 now. Over the years, I sporadically check for new information on causes and possible cures/remedies. After a recent trip to ER for one of the things and being loaded up with a drug cocktail and when I recovered from the drugs a few days later, I again checked for information newer than what I am already familiar with.
The IM'rs made it difficult to find relevant information, and I finally resorted to discounting any thing that was attempting to sell a product. Can't blame the IM people as they have to make a living too, but the amount of misinformation in the attempt to sell a product was inexcusable. After a few hours of research, I distilled the information down to possible deficiencies in magnesium and vitamin B2 (riboflavine), and amazingly an increase in migraines related to the few foods that I am able to keep down.
After again ignoring all the sales pages, I made some connections to a change in diet that may implement a change in body chemistry that will mitigate the headaches.
My wife, on the other hand, got caught up in all the marketing pages. I have 30 pages of material that are completely off topic, or flat out wrong and dangerous.
So, the question comes down to "Does IM help when you are investigating?" My experience was that they did not and that they confused and distorted the information that was being sought.
Look man, thats why you combine real world with the virtual one.
In your case, visiting the doctor should have been the first step, then Internet as a supplement to that step, not vice versa.
Sir, with all due respect knowing that the net is polluted of marketing propaganda you decided to continue your research rather than research for a good source of information on the matter. Finding a good source would have save you the trouble of reading all that material.
The way I see it, is the user who is responsible for what he sees and read.
I have absolutely no idea what this has to do with ruining peoples businesses by means of Neg SEO attacks. Am I missing something?
Did you read what I wrote. Probably not in its entirety, or maybe I was not clear. I have been going to doctors for migraines since before I was 18. At sometime in the last 40 years I have been on just about every migraine treatment that you can think of, and the doctors are still at a loss. These are neurological specialists, BTW. I understand that there may be current research that specialists are not aware of because they have very busy lives.
This in turn means that you spoke without full knowledge of the issue and are just as dangerous as some of the sales info that my wife dredged out.
Since it is my health and well being, and my decisions that affect that, just who do you think I am going to give the greatest credence too? Some sales page, reliable research, my Dr.'s, or current reliable research in conjunction with my Dr.'s.
Your problem is that you have given your medical choices to another in the thought and the the belief that they know all. I do not, I take a proactive approach to my health. Funny thing about that. Because of an ulcer condition the doctors want me to take Prilosec. However, the current research from two separate universities have determined that Prilosec has a negative effect on migraines and increases both the frequency and severity of them. My Doctors did not know that.
Think about it.
I agree with this, 100%.
Easy access to the WWW, shouldn't cancel out visiting professionals that have spent years in medical school, to answer your questions.
What does this have to do with NEG SEO? Am I missing something?
Negative SEO should be impossible. ANY type of link should NEVER be a minus to a SERP. The VERY worst it should ever be is 0. Although I am trying to destory my own site on page 1, just to see if it is possible. MY SITE that is!! I have emotions/conscience.
LOL You still stuck on NEG SEO
I think in this case, you were using the internet in the wrong way. You should be looking for reputable websites for information regarding your health. Websites from scholar.google.com and government health initiatives are the only source you should be trusting.
As for the OP, this is easy and if you do it... know your a pathetic, worthless piece of shit IMer and you should quit and go get a job at McDonalds.
It might have something to do with needing to take down pages that are clearly false, and clearly fraudulent when they attempt to give bad information that is harmful to others. Is not this what people bitch about - Google taking down pages that scam people - every day on this forum. While I personally would not take the time to do neg SEO to those pages, others just might if they were harmed.
Neg SEO has valid uses, but each must decide what is valid for them. The use of neg SEO is a moral decision. Each persons morals is unique to them. Sales pages in the pursuit of $ using false or misleading information is a moral decision.
In different words from the "Satanic Bible": "If a man smite thee on thy right cheek, Smash him on his left. Smite him hip and thigh for self preservation is the highest law."
In the vein of the above quote, taking down a website is self preservation. You may not like it, or approve of it, but it is a reality.
Well to be honest people who take the internet as a genuine source of information are a little simple.
The most current research is not in Google Scholar. More often than not, you have to look at journals. Research lessons from college.
As an example, this is one of the search terms I used: magnesium and migraine headaches
Run the search, the first two links are valid research. The remainder are a mix of valid information as well as IM pages.
FYI: there is no right or wrong way to use the internet.
Don't you have something better than personal attack?
When a person resorts to a personal attack, they have lost the argument.
Separate names with a comma.