All about Black Hat SEO

All about Black Hat SEO

Black Hat SEO

 Black hat SEO is an exercise that improvements a page’s rank in search engines. It may violate the search engines terms of policy. The word “black hat” was invented in Western movies to tell apart the bad dudes from the good dudes. In recent times, it’s used more often to define computer hackers, virus initiators, and those who take wrong actions with computers.

Like I said earlier, Black Hat movements can get your website banned from Google and other search engines as well. Though there may be big accomplishment over bigger traffic to your site, that success may very well be short-term.


In the time that your website is the mark of a negative SEO movement, please use Disavow Links Tool in Google Webmaster Tools after you’ve tried to contact webmasters whom are targeting these links to your website to have them deleted.

And let me end it with a quote of Janice Dickinson. He said that “If you do something in a way of too much makeover, then you may very well make it as much as irritating too.”

So pick your nose out from the annoying black hat practices.





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Comments (5)

  • Joseph K Reply

    People who use black hat tactics aren’t cloaked warlocks reciting ancient incantations in dark towers—they’re our friends, our siblings and our lovers.

    October 21, 2011 at 01:35
  • Jenny Reply

    We usually define black hat SEO as “the tactics other people use” or “the tactics I would never use,” but it goes beyond that.

    October 23, 2011 at 15:24
    • Natasha Hesington Reply

      When it comes to black hat, the most obvious answer to the “why?” question is money. Techniques that are now considered spammy used to be normal, and people used those methods because they got higher search rankings. In this business, higher search rankings equal money. Everyone needs money, and SEO is an attractive field for freelancers or folks who just want to make a little cash from home. On a base level, we can all empathize with that.

      October 26, 2011 at 13:46
    • Moore Reply

      Occasionally checking the current search volume of your keywords is a good idea because shifts in search volumes are quite typical. Needless to say, if people don’t search for “car insurance London” anymore because they have started using other search phrases and you continue to optimize for “car insurance London”, this is a waste of time and money. Also, keep an eye on the keywords your competitors use – this will give you clue which keywords work and which don’t.

      September 22, 2015 at 14:37
  • Ivory Reply

    Regardless of our experience, our insider knowledge, the size of our cubicles and our psychic search algorithm predictions, we’re all just people. That means those black hat practices we speak of only in hushed whispers are the product of people. People just like us.

    October 24, 2011 at 17:48

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