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How to create an invisible link that Google will count and follow?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by capflam, Feb 25, 2009.

  1. capflam

    capflam Junior Member

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    Hi,

    I was wondering how to create links that don't show to users but that google counts?

    Here is an example, look at the bottom of the page "web analytics by..."
    Code:
    http://74.125.47.132/search?q=cache:www.touristikundcaravaning.de/&hl=en&gl=us&strip=1
    When you look at the page from the user side, you don't see the link.
    What is the method used there?
    Are there other similar methods?

    There are a few sites I can use this on :).
     
  2. kouxx

    kouxx Junior Member

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    it's not really invisible..
    the link is in the noscript tag
    HTML:
    <noscript><p>Web analytics <img src="http://sta.....en.de/pi....php" style="border:0" alt="piwik"/></p>
    </noscript>
    everyone does this these days.
    bidvertiser got top positions with 'money keywords' this way
     
  3. calm

    calm Registered Member

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    I did a search on "link in the noscript tag"
    I came across this statement by :Brett_Tabke


    #:3122791 1:32 pm on Oct. 16, 2006 (utc 0)

    Google flips on/off support for noscript indexing from time to time.
    They *will* still follow urls found in noscript section (will not pass pr), but they may not index the content found in the noscript section.



    any thoughts on this?
     
  4. kouxx

    kouxx Junior Member

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    as i said..
    test it with bidvertiser..
    "make money"
    "advertising"
     
  5. capflam

    capflam Junior Member

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    I was surprised that Google would use the noscript. Is there any other solution that anyone knows of?
     
  6. calm

    calm Registered Member

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