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How to bring Blackhat to the Corporate world?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jlei523, May 13, 2011.

  1. jlei523

    jlei523 Regular Member

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    I will be starting work for a corporation in their website marketing department.

    How can I help them with black hat methods that I learned here?

    Btw, this corporation is in the anti-spam and security business.:D
     
  2. 0_inspiration

    0_inspiration Regular Member

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    They're probably already doing most of it but they wont be calling it blackhat :D (infact you could probably learn some stuff worth posting on here!)
     
  3. scolling

    scolling Newbie

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    don't ask - just do it. they won't care if the results come in.

    And it's always easier to applogise afterwards, than get permission first.
     
  4. jlei523

    jlei523 Regular Member

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    They are the #1 email security company right now for businesses.

    I want to help them reach #1 on a few keywords but I'm afraid that if their competitors find out about Blackhat, their reputation would be badly damaged.
     
  5. jlei523

    jlei523 Regular Member

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    I'm pretty sure they're not because they're ranked on like the 3rd page for a few of their important keywords.
     
  6. wrangler

    wrangler Regular Member

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    You haven't started yet, but already working on getting fired? Ambitious.
     
  7. flyingbear

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    be careful. if anything bad happen, you could be the excuse. so, up to u, :)
     
  8. daveguy

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    Haha bro I'm in the exact same boat as you right now. I'm going to convince my boss to let me write just one article on his blog of my choosing. I'm not going to do any blackhat while i'm at work but when I get home i'm gonna pour on the juice. When it ranks #1 in a month like I know it will and he asks me "how the hell did you do that" I'll tell him. If he decides he doesn't like what I did, I won't do it again, but I got a good feeling he will like an extra couple hundred in-target hits to his blog haha
     
  9. jlei523

    jlei523 Regular Member

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    What industry is your company in?

    It'd an easier decision if my company isn't in the security industry.
     
  10. Resultz

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    They prolly know some things to teach you
     
  11. accelerator_dd

    accelerator_dd Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You don't have to worry about their reputation being jaoperdized. Those companies do blackhat stuff all the time (whitehat-blackhat combo) and a few times it has happened the competition to accuse someone of doing it blackhat. Wanna know what the response it?

    "We didn't do anything blackhat, but it's nice to see how desperate our competition is to try out something like that instead of doing a hard work themselves as we do it."

    Ta daa

    Don't worry, if it works you'll get paid better, if it doesn't you'll do something else.