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    Quote Originally Posted by felgall View Post
    If you listen to Google then SEO is black hat and should be avoided.
    That did make me chuckle

    I was doing a bit of compeitior research recently and found out this person had 40 blogger blogs all on the same Google account. Thats a lot of content to keep up. it wouldnt suprise me to see a similar amount in Wordpress.

    The obvious quesion if you cant beat them do you join them?

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    Black hat seo Ė Doing illegal thing against search engines
    White hat seo- Doing ethical things
    Gray hat Ė both campaign black hat and white hat
    selling links and selling your blospot is against google.. blogspot is free so google don't like when someone is selling blogs
    black hat seo short time result not for long listing its does not work long term strategy
    if you want long term result do white hat seo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by logicshore View Post
    Black hat seo Ė Doing illegal thing against search engines
    I would be very careful what you say is legal or illegal, Google are not in a position to dictate international law and thereby, claiming that manipulating search engines is illegal is not only factually inaccurate but could lead you to being held accountable for your unjustified claims.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rajendradhakal View Post
    it means black hat is not for long lasting or does not work on long term strategy. if so what would be long term strategy, can i get suggests?
    Really? I thought Black Hat is something not appropriate for search engines which can lead into de-indexing of your blog or site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexDawson View Post
    I would be very careful what you say is legal or illegal, Google are not in a position to dictate international law and thereby, claiming that manipulating search engines is illegal is not only factually inaccurate but could lead you to being held accountable for your unjustified claims.
    Is correct but I dont think anyone will ever be held accountable for such claims.

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    Men without Hats

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZXT View Post
    Can someone list what are the Black hat SEO so we can avoid it?
    Okay so one knows?

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    It is a thin line that you walk because if you look at directories many of them are paid directories and google does not look at them as a link farm. And technically article directories can be considered link farms as well. I think it all comes down to you need to be writing quality content that adds to the internet. Not just some garbage that only adds a link. But you never know Google is constantly changing there algorithms.

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    Its simple. If what you are doing is intended to or can artificially manipulate your or another persons site rankings then it is potentially possible that it can be deemed "black hat".

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    you donít have to worry too much if itís blackhat or whitehat...the point is google does not tolerate these methods and you risk getting burned..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimigory View Post
    you donít have to worry too much if itís blackhat or whitehat...the point is google does not tolerate these methods and you risk getting burned..
    Don't tolerate what? White hat? Black hat?

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    Completely White Hat 100%


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