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from andymurd 3705 Days ago #
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These are interesting tips but I would consider them at least greyhat, if not blackhat. There’s far more about having many accounts and identities than authority building or ’user experience’ - definitely doesn’t make it a bad article though.I have no doubt that almost all successfull SEOs use some of these tricks but I also know that if you’re out to fool Google you’re likely to get found out and penalised. I guess it’s all about stopping the slight-of-hand before it becomes mainstream.

from TinPig 3704 Days ago #
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of course the implication in an article like this is that you’re doing something wrong and want to keep hidden.

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