Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by stack paper, Jul 18, 2017.
Excellent local seo for small business sites.
Patreon.com can be used as a tricky parasite as well!
Boosting traffic margins via providers like ultimatewebtraffic, fiverr and the like at the outset, and then pummeling users with compelling content is super underrated in my book. Waaay too many people miss out on this one. Might be the stigma, but should not be counted out.
So sad that https, pop ups and site speed are not nearly the factors Google pretends to make them (especially when you consider all of the time they have spent on them) ... sure maybe someday ....
Man that captcha is crazy tried like 20 times to get it ...
Keywords clustering. This might be the most underrated on-page SEO technique on the planet!
Many interested shares here, thanks a lot for helping newbie like us
Three different browsers, two different VPNS on the East Coast and Central US and my native west coast two computers and the captcha would not work ...
I would say natural content with semantic words is far better done both got way better response with similar words to my keyword then my keyword ... automating that process and using it as a template for what google is looking for with keyword similarities "clusters" is a good practice so I agree on that front.
Focus on content and backlinks will come
I do not personally get the juice from that as much as I do from a nich forum if I have a food website hackernews is going to give me very little from what I have seen.
If you go hard on it, it makes a YUGE footprint for Google though... but for general informative practices I think it is a fine idea. You know people though, they'll go nuts and shoe horn the entire list regardless of if it reads well or not.
Please elaborate this strategy.
that's way too overrated
The use of semantic keywords as part of your on-page strategy is the most powerful and underrated seo tactics.
You sound like the self called SEO gurus who only know to parrot things.
duplicate content won't rank .. thin content won't rank .. you need money to invest inorder to rank .. Having Backlinks is a must for ranking
keyword research is everything! well keyword research and time lol
actually, to some extent i do believe in this as well.. putting aside all that guru crab.. easy keywords + excellent content = 1st page even 1st position in google.. got my stats where my mouth is.
Doing a round-up, publishing it as an actual book, and then curating it out on a blog for a client...
You can rank manually spinned (or quality-spinner spinned) content decently. But because of all the writing services hollering you need solid (expensive) content to rank, beginners may confuse themselves and spend the big buck.
I agree, you can be hammered if Google gives you a manual review. But until then, things will be ok if the contents are unique enough.
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