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stuff keywords & content

Discussion in 'CPA' started by speculator, Apr 2, 2010.

  1. speculator

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    How do u stuff keywords & content into a Landing Page that is just a bunch of pics?

    & not just meta.

    i use to have a script but i lost, if anyone can help me out it would be appreciated.
     
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    For sure fill in your title and meta tags in the header. Also include title and alt tags in all your anchor links and img src tags in the body. You could also add a lot of text content in your footer. Just make sure the footer is well below the fold so it isn't so noticeable in your page.

    You used to be able to create a background and text as the same color and then stuff the hell out of that with hidden content, but the search engines are all hip to that now and most will penalize you for it.

    edit - you could also use css to create divs loaded with keyword rich content, and then create a div overlay that will cover it all. I don't know if the SEs will see that the same as hiding with a font color. You might want to research the idea a little before trying it, or maybe someone else on here knows how that will affect seo.
     
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  3. speculator

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    @"you could also use css to create divs loaded with keyword rich content, and then create a div overlay that will cover it all."

    can u explain this a little more or would a coder know what im talkin about if i told him that?


    yeah this is only for ppc not seo.

    yeah i use to play the white on white game too

    but i think there a script kinda like a iframe of some sort that is like the backbone of the page
     
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    yeah a coder would know what your talking about. If I needed to do it I for myself I could sort out doing an overlay with just a few searches on g00gle, but I don't know where your level of skills are. Doing a div overlay was pretty common for changing the look of myspace pages when they were on top of the heap. Basically what happens is the page loads with a starting stylesheet and then after it loads all that content then a new stylesheet will cover eveything up and the landing page you want to be seen will be what is show to the viewer. But if you view the source you will see that all the content is still there in the html file, so the spiders will still be seeing it.

    Try searching g00gle for myspace layouts and overlay codes. Just be careful cause a lot of those sites are full of spyware too. The best sites are the tutorial sites more so than the cut and paste sites. Most of my css knowledge started out by doing myspace layouts for local bands and businesses, but its been a while now since I've done that. If you don't already have some experience try searching for a basic css tutorial too. There are thousands of them, and it is pretty easy to get the basics of css from those tutorial sites.

    Sorry can't be more help on the details. Would still be nice to hear from someone experienced about whether this will red flag anything for the se spiders.

    edit - If you do decide to try the overlay method, be sure to come back and let us know how it affects your ranking. If doing this doesn't cause a hit on your ranking, then potentially you could just really stuff the hell out of your page with keywords. This would be so easy do do, I'd really be interested in knowing the results of anyones experimenting.

    If your wanting to do it with iframes you can do a search on BHW for "cpa iframes" and get a lot of good hits. Here is one that I found, don't know if it's what your needing but it looks pretty good.
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/cpa/37204-fake-referrer-cpa.html

    I still like the overlay idea though, I might have to experiment with it myself sometime when I have more time. :) Just be sure to keep the css simple in both the starting style and the overlay. The first layout will show for a moment as it loads, until the overlay covers it up. The faster that can flash past the better. The simpler the css the faster it will happen.
     
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  5. speculator

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    does anybody have any feedback, or could direct me to the right resources?