Have you ever done some Blackhating before?
Blackhat SEO, on the contrary of Whitehating (I'll make another thread on this) tends to give quick results and enormous ammounts of traffic.Quote:
Originally Posted by About.com
Also, viral traffic schemes are often referred as being blackhat optimizing methods.
The cons are that:
1) the results usually don't last,
2) it often drives bulk traffic, therefore visitors not easyly converted into buyers and
2) lot of traffic,
2) easier than Whitehat.
I would not be ready to say that Blackhating is 'unethical', but I have to admit that it is not very user-friendly.
Here are some useful links about Blackhat SEO:
SEO Black Hat is a blog decicated to the topic (techniques and news).
Here's the wiki (titled 'Spamdexing')
So, do you Blackhat?
PS: I just read that 'both BMW Germany and Ricoh Germany [were remove from Google's index temporary] for use of deceptive practices'... they then apologised and were forgiven. :D