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How to get competetion blacklisted by google?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mdd345, Apr 11, 2008.

  1. mdd345

    mdd345 Regular Member

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    If you Ain't Cheating....You Arent Trying...Soo.... thats was our football teams motto in high school... and I really follow it. How can I get the 5 results ahead of me banned from google?
     
  2. oldenstylehats

    oldenstylehats Elite Member Premium Member

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    Do a thorough analysis of their site. Find something wrong with; cloaked text, hidden links, keyword stuffing, anything. Use Google's handy Spam Report tool (just Google "spam report") and report them. I've used this a few times, and in my personal experience, you can get people knocked off in a week or two if your claim is accurate, well thought-out, and well documented. They can request reconsideration very easily, but this de-indexing still has an effect.

    I know there are many other, "black hat" methods, but that one is effective.

    Hope that helps.

    Regards,
    oldenstylehats
     
  3. Black Hat Seo

    Black Hat Seo BANNED BANNED

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    Step 1: Be a complete asshole

    Step 2. Try and ban a site because you are a complete asshole

    Step 3. Kill yourself

    Hope that helps.
     
  4. mdd345

    mdd345 Regular Member

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    So... to prevent future flames... maybe I should explain myself. I have a relative in real estate, and her site is behind ALOT of spam/foreign investment sites in SERP for some very area specific longtail keywords.
     
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    IsoRipper Junior Member

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    I think this kind of advice would not be something to ask. If you cant beat your competition using your Marketing skills, you should not be into this market at all. Using BH to better yourself, yes; to beat someone's honest business down, hmmm not really. How would you feel having that done to you?

    "As You Sow, So Shall You Reap"

    And Nevarc, Im almost done through the list!!!! :)
     
  6. vmedia

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    Remember, Ricky-Bobby, if you ain't first - you're last...
     
  7. MiLiTARYiV

    MiLiTARYiV Senior Member

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    I dont like this thread.. This should be locked
     
  8. oozye

    oozye Newbie

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    yeh if ya aint in ya cant win, but i wouldnt try ruining someone WH site
     
  9. oldenstylehats

    oldenstylehats Elite Member Premium Member

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    I'm new here, so I'm really not trying to get into a flamewar or anything ridiculous like that, but eliminating competition IS business. The industrialization of the world, the same industrialization that created the opportunity for the invention of the tools that we're all benefiting from right now, is a by-product of the elimination of competition. It's economic natural selection, or as Herb Spencer put it, "survival of the fittest."

    Let me put a similar, but different, situation into context:
    Let's say that you owned an actual business selling tacos which had an actual storefront on an actual street somewhere in reality. Let's say that, for example, a competitor moved in right down the street, used a name very similar to yours, and was selling an inferior product at a cheaper price. That's business and the market is the market and you have to let the consumers decide who gets their money.

    However, let's say that one day you're walking around town and previously stated competitor's backdoor is open and you notice that his employees are handling raw meat with their bare hands. Low and behold one of them even takes some meat out of a package and tosses the package outside of the building. You mosey on up to the package and notice that the label says the meat has expired.

    Do you play fair and wait until someone gets sick or do you benefit yourself and the community by dropping a dime on those sloppy taco makers?

    Also, if you aren't "breaking any rules" you aren't risking getting in trouble with G. If you do get banned, you can fix your site and get re-indexed. It's all about leveling the playing field.
     
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  10. snowwhite

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    I totally despise such an unfair idea. Do you really need to go that low in order to soar high in your niche? maybe not. I went to school to learn and take great pride in what I have accomplished. Using BH is like cheating in school but your goal of blacklisting your competition is like killing your classmate. Competition exists for a reason - monopoly sucks! I believe that the competition in my chosen niche helped me better my skills and made me strive harder in creating creative ways to promote and outrun all other websites. The method and tactic of blacklisting a competitor only shows weakness, insecurity and lack of skills - people who do this arent only lame but also hopeless. Forgive me for saying this but it is true.

    This is BH SEO. You may to check other forums
     
  11. snowwhite

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    I totally disagree with the analogy
    Customers BUY not ONLY for the price also for the QUALITY
    Why would I bother reporting my competitor after discovering they are unhygienic and sells expired meat? Dont you think in the first place, people who buys from them will get sick one way or the other. These kinds of businesses also dont LAST long

    Coke surpassed Pepsi's sales not because they discovered there are worms inside pepsi cans, but because of their Powerful Marketing, Advertising and Mass Control

    You can never GO WRONG with a website or a company of GREAT content, product or service, coupled with extensive marketing and promotion.

    Killing a competition is WEAKNESS at its finest
     
  12. oldenstylehats

    oldenstylehats Elite Member Premium Member

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    Well, I'm sorry if you disagree with the analogy, that is just how business is done in the country I live in. Also, while I don't necessarily disagree with your business philosophy, I think it's a little imprudent to be tossing words like "weakness", "hopeless", and "lame" around without personal experience or knowledge of any of the situations discussed in this thread.

    Perhaps a discussion of business ethics would be better to have elsewhere.
     
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  13. snowwhite

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    Good for your country then!
    And how the hell did you know that Im someone without of knowledge and experience? In the first place, do you need to have meat shop in order to understand that maliciously killing a competitor is WRONG, nor do you need to have a website to know that sabotaging your competitor's site is NOT only WEAK but Pathetic? I have a business and a website with at least 100,000 competitor sites/search result but I have managed to RANK high without ever touching a single page of other's website. Competition exists for a reason and since you AGREE to the idea of Sabotaging a Competitor then I have nothing more to say to you but to GROW UP.

    Forums(supposed to be called Fora) are mediums to share and express ones opinions and I dont think I need your censorship for writing terms I like to use. Imprudence is exhibited in judgment of things and not mere words.

    I am blackhatter and not hacker. And im sure im here for the right reasons. Are you?
     
  14. oldenstylehats

    oldenstylehats Elite Member Premium Member

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    I'm not going to argue with you. There is a language barrier and you've got a temper.

    Good luck with your business.
     
  15. snowwhite

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    ok, enjoy sabotaging other websites
     
  16. undeterminederror

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    I thought that breaking our own moral values is all we do in our lives. Joking. Let's stop with the self-praise morality and try to make a nice topic.
    Just open the sites with as many browser-proxies as u can, try to cloak the links of the proxies with their pages google friendly, dump the links in an optimized page, with the keywords they use, then take the url of that page and spam the hole internet with that. google may see their own sites as duplicate content. If they have blogs, take alot of text from the internet and comment their posts to propagate duplicate content. they may be happy with the large amount of comments. be careful, use different accounts and ips and make of it a fluent discussion ;) there are many variations of those methods. You can do it better.
     
  17. breakfree

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    While the thread starter was prob looking for something quite unfair, at least that is what it sounds like, I don't think that reporting a site that breaks the rules would be.

    Actually, although many here prob do so, I believe that we have the moral duty of doing so, to make the SERPs better and be able to use our SEO skills to prevail.

    Of course you have to accept the chance of being busted likewise if you do the same.
     
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    As I read all of these threads on glaring point is clear. If you are a good marketer you dont maliciously need to destroy someone elses website, and everything is here for the taking to help your um "relative" jump ahead of the competition, but just fot my 2 cents if this "relative" is doing real estate, at least here in the US, they have already lost this battle LOL
     
  20. shovi

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    C'mon, that's just business. If he needs to take his competitors websites down, then he tries it and if it is successful, good for ya, if not, that's just competion. If he loses, then its again just competition.

    You win some, lose some, all the same to me,
    The pleasure is to play, makes no difference what you say -Motörhead, Ace of Spades