Black Hat SEO Will Get You Banned From Search Engines
These spamdexed sites are often found in the first few pages of a search, but when viewed often pages are irrelevant. Some black hat techniques include keyword stuffing by increasing the amount of times on a page a keyword appears. There may be hidden or invisible links, which can include several similar sites linked together. Sometimes hidden text is used. It is often at the bottom of a page and the text is same color as the background. When you roll the curser over you then can see it. This text may not even be related to their site and is only there to increase page rank.
Search engines have rules against black hat techniques and violations will get you banned from search engines. Having your site banned can be a huge loss to any company and should be avoided by all means.
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