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SEO State Of The Union - Post 211

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by georgeorwell, Jan 24, 2012.

  1. georgeorwell

    georgeorwell Registered Member

    Jun 20, 2010
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    Hey folks .... something just doesn't add up for me. That something is the sandbox and in particular as manifested by the infamous 'Google Slap'.

    In a world where xrumer cost is almost as cheap as the electricity coursing the server mains, why doesn't one simply Nuke one's opponents with a Million Links all going back to nasty porn etc?

    Would it work? I don't want to do it ... BUT if it doesn't work, then why not do it upon oneself? adding a swathe of goody links to your opponent too, leaving the 'fingerprints' of your opponent 'doing it to you', then maybe Google will ignore that too and count all the goody links instead of the baddy links which one would then also have uber boosted :cool:

    Has any actually documented evidence of anything other than a trip off the cliff for most contrived Website traffic after last February's panda? has anything fundamentally changed? If Article marketing is DEAD then why are we all still Nukin and AMR'n ???

    Is it all just dick waving and deluding ourselves? Or are we really winning?

    I think what we need on the Forum is a sort of a 'SEO State Of The Union', our own little 'Congressional Inquiry' into what's REALLY going down in SEO/SMM etc.

    EVERY possible angle of input appreciated :ballchain
  2. DamageX

    DamageX Elite Member

    Sep 17, 2008
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    Former nomad
  3. kazhkaz

    kazhkaz Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

    Aug 19, 2010
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    There have been few test made with blasting competitors with bad backlinks. Try to search for those case studies.
  4. phpbuilt

    phpbuilt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

    May 16, 2011
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    $ from websites I own.
    putting monkeys in paypal
    The only way you're going to know the answer to your question is to figure it out for yourself. Right now you're repeating what you've heard.

    Fry your own websites a few times, its really easy. People do it here all day long. Either that, or you can just sit and read people frying their website all day long (lazier approach).

    Then once you've verified that you can, in fact, ruin a new website ... ask yourself if that fact automatically applies to the stable #1 competition you think the same logic would apply to. ps, it doesn't.