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Solution? What if a large enough group of people neg-seo'd the entire internet?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ninjaturtle, Jan 22, 2014.

  1. ninjaturtle

    ninjaturtle Newbie

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    I'm just saying, there's a lot of people out there that are getting neg-seo'd from their competitors.

    Seems unfair.

    This got me thinking, if a large enough part of the internet got neg-seo'd, wouldn't it mess up the algorithm?

    I mean if every site has neg-seo, it would be stupid to keep punishing them.

    Sure, at first only the 'strong' websites will remain, but ultimately it would mess things up, because those are not the only sites people want to visit.

    What if someone made a bot, that people ran on their computer 24/7, that just neg-seo any random site?

    Sort of like bitcoin, but instead of harvesting coins, it neg-seo random sites?

    If a large enough group runs that tool 24/7, neg-seo loses its meaning.

    Smart or bad idea? Any thoughts are welcome.
     
  2. umerjutt00

    umerjutt00 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Numbuh362 Elite Member

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    I'll take two of whatever you had.
     
  4. ninjaturtle

    ninjaturtle Newbie

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    Ok I'll put yours on the whitelist ;)
     
  5. lancis

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    It will create an opportunity on the market, because Google's link based algorithm will become useless.
     
  6. ninjaturtle

    ninjaturtle Newbie

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    Thanks lancis, you're right about that.
     
  7. termi

    termi Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    It will screw out results even more. And there may be some legal issue there where couple process for making negative SEO to your competition. And I don?t now if google will care because this mine more money from adwords for them
     
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    Given the number of sites vs number of internet marketers, it would most likely take forever, but personally, I like the idea :))
     
  9. MegaSEO

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    Not a bad idea maybe it would raise awareness to Google of the horrible power behind neg seo.

    MegaSEO
     
  10. SionAndes

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    I think then Google will start taking seriously the dates... I mean if anybody will do mass link building for Competitors "A" and if "Comp A"successfully Reported Google team about such unwanted link-backs then there will be only 1 way by which Google will judge which links are done by Spammer and Owner. By date and time.. Spammer runs tool which creates xxx links per second on the same day. So google could simply ignore frequently backlists the links build on same date.