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I have a conundrum...

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by robb01, May 30, 2008.

  1. robb01

    robb01 Regular Member

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    Ive seen nearly 100k uniques from google because of this, but I don't know why.

    My situation is this, for example, my site comes up #1 in google images when these searches are made "celebrity naked" "celebrity nude"..... but nowhere on my site are the words "nude" or "naked". So why did I get ranked #1 in google images when someone searches "celebrity naked", the photos are obviously not naked photos of this celebrity as she is underage. I checked the labelling of all the pictures, and there is no mention of those words. Strange.

    the keywords have been changed to not readily identify my site
     
  2. black_ice007

    black_ice007 Regular Member

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    Hmm, a do I smell tagging our CPA landing pages with "naked <popular celebrity>" alt text for the express probability of getting extra hits? I've never thought about doing this but it makes alot of sense since google images are often ignored for a SEO standpoint (black or white hat)
     
  3. gbherson

    gbherson Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I thinks it a great idea.
    I want to try soon!

    Thanks for the info! :)
     
  4. robb01

    robb01 Regular Member

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    but i didnt tag anything w/ those keywords
     
  5. oldenstylehats

    oldenstylehats Elite Member Premium Member

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    My guess would be that someone linking to your site OR directly linking to your images does have "nude" somewhere in their content.