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Playing White hat doesn't get you anywhere..

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Jim786, Nov 20, 2009.

  1. Jim786

    Jim786 Newbie

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    Playing white hat doesn't get you anywhere, I learned that the hard way when I got sandboxed for no absolute reason and didn't get a response from Google. I was getting a great amount of money every month and was very happy, now they completely screwed me over and I had to start all over. Doing White hat all over again is a pain and to get the same amount of traffic and money I was getting, impossible. I learned the hard way that White hat doesn't last forever so im finally coming over to Blackhat. The problem is I don't really know where to start and was hoping someone could help me get a decent amount of traffic using any type of blackhat method/program. I am shooting for the keyword: Free microsoft points.

    Any help is appreciated,
    Kind Regards.
     
  2. jstover77

    jstover77 Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I have to totally disagree with you. BH is very important to have in the toolbox, but is very short sited. Whitehat is still king in my book in the long run.
     
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  3. Georgy

    Georgy Registered Member

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    Some black hat techniques include using text with overflow:hidden in your webpage,also use linkwheel etc. White Hat is for long run, if you are doing white hat nobody is going to penalize, every new site has to come into sandbox for some time.
     
  4. godofhell000

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    I totally share your frustration Jim, I had a white hat site that was making money for me and I was fucked up when it got sandboxed. But it came back after about 3 month and is making me even more money now, so don't give up on wh, but have at least 2-3 wh sites, so you're safe.
     
  5. theleadsource

    theleadsource BANNED BANNED

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    Not even close, Cousin.

    I have several WH sites and they earn in excess of 8K US monthly.

    Not knowing any of the details, I offer you some generalities...

    Continue doing WH work to make your site get back to the top of the search engines.

    Do not rely on only on WH site... that's no different than putting all your eggs in one basket.

    Deviate from some of your WH building methods yet still stay WH.

    Develop a few BH sites for immediate cash flow.
     
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  6. peter2002

    peter2002 Senior Member

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    That's right!

    @OP: There are numerous traffic getting threads listed here. Just use 'advanced search.'
     
  7. Jim786

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    Ehh I won't give up on it completely but its so frustrating knowing that what was making me some money got screwed over in an instant. The problem lies with Backlinks though, since my old post had ALL relevant backlinks, now its hard to find places where I haven't placed my link already. Also, my stupid mistake... I ended up deleting that post so chances of getting it back.. Impossible.

    Kind regards.
     
  8. Italian Hawk

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    Even if you don't get screwed that way, you're going to get screwed by somebody going blackhat into your niche and besting your whitehat like what happened to me.
     
  9. tsmooth

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    Instead of relying on short term tactics( black hat), focus on developing real business skills. It may not make you a ton of cash in the short term but you will be able to build sustainable income, which in the long view will be a lot more profitable!!
     
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  10. Jim786

    Jim786 Newbie

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    That's already happening to me.

    The problem is that im running out of places to put my link or dont remember where I left my links where I got backlinks from. Mine were strictly relevant links so even though they weren't high in Pagerank, I still got decent traffic to my blog. So now basically, I just don't know where to put my link anymore.. Anyone know what to do?

    Kind regards.
     
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  11. Jim786

    Jim786 Newbie

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    Bump.
     
  12. twix70

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    Your wh site should come back, hopefully stronger but the best combination is using bh and wh. Best of both worlds.
     
  13. Djingel

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    Hope that I don't have to agree with you on this :) Just spend 6 months preparation work only to get a white hat site up and running...
     
  14. Jim786

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    Well... My site was strictly WH and was relevant not the only problem is that I erased that post that I made, stupid mistake of mine. What BH techniques work the best? Im also trying to change my meta description so I can get higher in ranks.

    The other thing is, because my post was extremely relevant and I got only relevant backlinks, its difficult to find new places where I can get backlinks from since my older post had most of them.

    Kind regards.
     
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    Since you're new to BlackHat tactics, I'll give you a free tip...don't share your keywords or niches with BlackHatters
     
  16. Albert

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    If the post you promoted got deleted, simply make a new post with the same old permalink. That can save some work you have done.
     
  17. Jim786

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    I think I know what your saying, and if I think I know what your saying then you sir are my hero. Can u explain this and show me how do I do that exactly?

    Kind regards.
     
  18. newss

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    I don't know about that. Spike Lee looks pretty good in a white hat. And he's going places!!

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  19. Albert

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    You have been previously promoting that one link. If you make a new post that substitutes the previous one (has the same link structure) that got deleted, your backlinking efforts won't go entirely down the drain because it will now redirect all the links to the new post.
     
  20. Jim786

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    I get what your saying, only problem is im not sure how to do that. The only way I can see this happening is if the URL's are the same or something. Im not really sure how to do a redirect