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One of the simplest, fastest and most devastating methods of Black SEO consists of hijacking a competitor’s domain and transferring it to some other registrar. Now, this kind of - criminal - service is being offered on the Web for $200 - or is it?
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from DamnDomainer 2620 Days ago #
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Not front page worthy unless if someone actually tries it... and finds that it actually works.

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from Justin-Goldberg 2620 Days ago #
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If it is real and does work, what could they be doing, other than brute forcing through proxies?

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from fantomaster 2620 Days ago #
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The point here is that it’s being solicited openly (for whichever reasons real or perceived) and that it may actually constitute a real hazard to your SEO efforts (as in: losing your entire domain) - which has actually been done before, albeit probably not via this service.

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