Magic Code

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by yervand, Jun 4, 2009.

  1. yervand

    yervand Newbie

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    Hi

    I've received numerous emails and have read about this so called magic code that you embed in your Header or something, for your site. A friend told me that there is some Javascript that one can place that will upgrade your Google listing. Is this true? If so, how or where can I get it without forking out (we're in a crisis, remember)? Thanks:)
     
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    first time i lisen about this
     
  3. SEO20

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    Am I the only one that getting a thanks from "yervand" is ironic :)
     
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  5. AboutBizz

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    Sorry to be dense on this (I thanked you in advance) but what exactly does this do to help in G rankings? How would I change (or do I) it for my mysite.com?
     
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  6. indexyoursite

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    My friend, there's no magic one line code. But there're some techniques explained in this forum, so please, keep on reading.
     
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  7. Deprecated

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    It sounds like the old Google pray meta tag from several years ago. It was a joke back then but a LOT of people took it seriously. Search for "google pray meta tag" and you'll see what I was talking about.
     
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