Wednesday, 06 March 2013 00:26
Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 March 2013 11:32
How To Us Blackhat SEO To Your Advantage: By now, I’m sure you’ve heard of Blackhat SEO and how it can hurt your website. By now, you’ve probably familiar with what Blackhat SEO is, and are likely familiar with some of the Blackhat SEO strategies. The difference from White to Blackhat SEO is a very fine line.
How To Us Blackhat SEO Safely To Your Advantage
Here in Kentucky, there has been a problem lately, on the freeways, due to drivers making Uturns, using the center median. The said to be “problem“, is the fine drivers are having to pay, when getting caught by the police, while they are in the process of making the Uturn. The “problem” with this is the $60.00 fine. Drivers in Kentucky said that, they don’t mind the fine, because this is a way of getting something done, in order for them — to get to where they’re going. It’s a very small risk to take, and not every driver gets caught, with their pants down.
Blackhat SEO is a risk. It isn’t a risk to the dumb asses who secretly learn you’re using Blackhat SEO techniques, and post it on their social media page, it’s a small risk, to he particular business, who has chosen to take hat risk, in order to get where he’s going. Now, there is a point of understanding and there’s also a fine line to draw. Making too many Uturns directly in front of the police (Google) is a sure fire way of asking to be caught and pulled over, and given a ticket.
Taking risk is something that has been done by businesses, since the beginning of time, and if you feel that it’s Ok to take a risk, and it’s YOUR business at stake, then go ahead and take that risk. As I said above, not everyone gets caught, is it worth a try, to you? Depending on the risk you’re wanting to take, should determine the percentage of haw much of a risk it is.
I’m NOT saying, it’s Ok to perform illegal strategies, I’m mainly referring to Link Building. It’s such a tedious and difficult task to do manually, that taking risk here, just makes since.
Hopefully this brief little post on RxSEO has helped enlighten someones question. Please ask any questions that you might have had, in he cements section, below.