Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nova, Jan 25, 2008.
Nice article from Axandra
Interesting. There are good ways and bad ways to cloak. The best ways in my opinion is to make the search engine page not radically different from the human page, but have a well optimized human page so you really only need to change a couple of things for the search engine page instead of pure keyword cloud and density spam.
I never heard of this thing nova, you seem to
have a very dark mind, all your products and
post are very evil LOL
Thanks a lot, I've learned a lot from your products and posts.
Yes it is Nova, love the post...
Just look at 2 parts from that sentence.
1. highly skilled
1. is false
2. is true
Man that made my day!
Thanks for that!!!!
Michael you are absolutely right
First of all search engine engineers will not out smart cloaking technology for one reason, they only know one skill (writing academic papers)
On the other hand, black hatters are programmers and marketers, they know human Psychology and computer languages. So we'll always be ahead of the game.
If you don't believe what I'm saying just do a search about insurance related keywords on google and you will be surprised to find a bunch of MFA sites on the first page.
Dude stop being loyal to these search engine they make billions every year and they don't give a fuck about the quality.
Loyal? I just pasted the article content. Its not my quote. Axandra sells a white hat SEO tool that's why they keep adding such drivel at the end of each "black hat.. oooh its so bad" article....
The reason I posted it is coz its a new approach to cloaking.. don't know how well it works, but worth a try. As far as google or any other SE is concerned, I don't give a fuck what they think about my sites. As long as I can get away in spite of violating their TOS and make money, I'm happy.
Fantomaster, is credited with coining "mosaic cloaking" along with another programmer known as Perkiset. Mosaic cloaking is discussed in more detail on Fantomaster's site and Perkiset's site.
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