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DECEMBER 15, 2008 [Cloaking, Hidden text] SEO, SEM Tutorials: Search Engines Potential Penalties or Banning by Search Engines and Directories - Google Penalties Paid Links Penalties Yahoo Guidelines Google Guidelines - Web Site Resources, Website Tips - WebsiteTips.com
Some examples: hidden text, cloaking, doorway pages, automated queries to a search engine, pages with irrelevant words, purchasing site-wide links to your Web site, anchor text density, shared IP addresses, over-optimization, links from bad neighborhoods, multiple redirects, gibberish content, blog and guestbook spam, “renting space on other Web sites, buying high profile links, duplicate content, running a spam site, and more.
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DECEMBER 21, 2009 [Cloaking, Hidden text] Let’s Try to Find All 200 Parameters in Google Algorithm
Parameters we are almost sure (with different level of confidence) to be included in the algorithm (for your convenience I linked some of them to our previous discussions on the topic): Domain: 12 factors Domain age ; Length of domain registration; Domain registration information hidden/anonymous; Site top level domain (geographical focus, e.g. com versus co.uk ); Site top level domain (e.g. Keywords in bold and italic text (?);
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MAY 31, 2009 [Cloaking, Hidden text] What Hasn’t Changed In SEO/SEM - The Top 6
Todd highlights the following aspects of SEO as “The 5 Percent : URL Structure (the fixing thereof) Advanced Linking Appropriate Cloaking (err…IP Delivery) Dynamic Template Modification Client Management (agency life) Redirection (site moves or redesign) Particular emphasis is placed on the importance of managing clients’ expectations and having clear lines of communication.
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DECEMBER 25, 2008 [Cloaking, Hidden text] 10 Reasons Why Your Website Looks Like Spam
If you’re just playing at this SEO thing, here’s the quick version: don’t trick the search engines with hidden text, hidden links, keyword stuffing, duplicate content, or doorway pages. If you’ve moved things around several times, you need to tidy up your redirects, or else people (your competitors, who are going to be trigger happy on the spam report button) might wonder what you were cloaking and hiding on those interim pages that never loaded.