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UpWeb SEO, NSW, Australia | Once A Fraud Always A Fraud

Following on from my previous article about UpWeb SEO the search engine optimisation company in Australia that I used a few years ago, I can now update you on how Dave Adamson (founder and primary employee) has reacted to me getting in touch with him once again. 1,380 more words

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Black Hat SEO techniques you should know

SEO basically is a practice of optimizing your website to improve search engine rankings. SEO is known as search engine optimization, basically is a process used to improve the volume of traffic of a website in Search Engine according to the queries (the words that user types in the search box). 375 more words

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Hidden Texts and Links in SEO – A Black Hat SEO Technique

What is meant by the term “Hidden texts and links”?

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is related to many such techniques to gain ranking for your website and web page. 387 more words

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What is Black Hat SEO? – Black Hat SEO techniques and strategies to avoid

What is meant by the term “Black Hat SEO”?

According to the Search Engine Optimization (SEO) terminology, Black Hat techniques and aggressive SEO strategies are used to increase a page rank in a search engine by violating the search engine’s rules and regulations. 573 more words

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Black Hat World: BlackHat SEO Forum

A lot of people I have to deal with on a daily basis try to convince me that college educations are a waste of money.  I personally do not believe this, yet, but with Search Engine Optimization (SEO) resources like  556 more words


Black, White, and Read All Over

Here’s a great article from SEMRush on the difference between Black Hat SEO and White Hat SEO:

The very short version is: black hat is bad… 158 more words


Google is God (and SEO is the Sacrament)

If I took away one thing from Bitmaker‘s Digital Marketing workshop, it would be Google’s omnipotence.

Forget your Yahoos and your Bings.

Our instructor Demetrius explained that if you’re writing and formatting for Google’s search engine, you’re winning. 421 more words