Tricking Search Engines

Is it in the SEO’s best interest to trick search engines?

Do these tricks work? The tricks might work for a while, but until Google or a major search engine picks up

Keyword stuffing is normally bad: for example, I type in the keywords for SPA BOOKER SPA BOOKER SPA BOOKER SPA BOOKER SPA BOOKER SPA BOOKER SPA BOOKER SPA BOOKER SPA BOOKER SPA BOOKER SPA BOOKER SPA BOOKER SPA BOOKER SPA BOOKER SPA BOOKER SPA BOOKER SPA BOOKER SPA BOOKER SPA BOOKER SPA BOOKER SPA BOOKER .. keyword stuffing is usually a bad sign that you’re desperate for higher search engine results.

Hiding Links

Links can provide an important way for search engines to pick up your content online. Be honest: Are pages created truly of use to your sites visitors? Is the site acceptable? SEO is more about creating user-friendly great content and not web spam. Don’t do “SEO”, create value.

I work for a client who’s employing a legitimate strategy in terms of their SEO efforts. Here’s how they are going forward, they are creating multiple Web sites. They are linking back to written articles about their product. Within minutes of linking back to the original site, an influx of high search results came.

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