WEB Black Hat anyone?

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  1. Yahdude

    Yahdude New Member

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    Anyone in here practice any BH methods along with their "clean" sites?

    Just wondering how popular it is outside of the BH circles. I've honestly had more success with WH sites, but using BH methods to drive traffic doesn't hurt one bit. :naughty:
     
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    BH got me banned off Adsense. I had about $500 sitting there waiting to be transfered but I wanted to wait the week to make it $1K. I'll never mess with that shit again.
     
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    Nobody's fault but your own, using adsense on any page that they wouldn't like doesn't make much sense to me...now, building a website that is targeted towards high paying keywords built around a template that carries a good CTR and throwing traffic at it via blackhat methods, that sounds like a gold mine to me :)

    BTW, if you are/were planning on making a decent income look into forming a LLC and using DBA's to get a new adsense account. Works like a charm from what I hear, although I've been careful and paranoid enough to keep my account squeaky clean.
     
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    I didn't say it was anyone else's fault. I dicked around, got greedy, and learned my lesson. I don't even grey hat now. Spider-baiting works. If I wanted to make some money I'd make a scraper site and populate it with porn.
     
  5. RaginBajin

    RaginBajin Have you punched a donkey today?

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    Spider-Baiting??
     
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    Tailoring each page so that a search engine spider will love it, but it probably won't make much sense when you look at it since it will be laden with keywords and sentences that will float around the keyword. You don't really see it much anymore because Google penalizes you for it. The blackhatseo forum is a good place to learn, but it costs $100 a month.
     
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    There are far better ways to do a very similar thing...for less.
     
  8. RaginBajin

    RaginBajin Have you punched a donkey today?

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    babygodzilla I love rice

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    hey axio :wavey: i didnt know you post outside of OTCC
     
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    I'm not saying spider baiting costs $100 a month. I was saying the blackhatseo forum costs $100 a month to read.
     
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    Ahhh, my misunderstanding. :)
     
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    Try researching some ip based cloaking techniques.
     
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    Have always been curious if that blackhat forum was any good. There's that perception if it cost $100/mo it must have some valuable info. Never quite enticing enough for me to pull the trigger though.
     

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