We get many requests for our website to rank higher in the search engines. Although we have the best of intentions, there’s a lot of work involved in that. Google, for instance, is always trying to improve. So, we spend lots of time and money in the SEO department to get it to rank up.
Sometimes the work is worth it though and a website that gets ranked highly is just more visibility. It can also help you get more links. There are many ways you can get more links from the search engines. You can make sure your domain name is unique, by getting it trademarked and linking to the trademark. You can make sure your website is well-written, by using great keywords for your page titles and descriptions.
But sometimes the work isn’t worth it. When we work with search engines to improve SEO for our websites, we want to use only the techniques that will get our pages to rank higher in the eyes of search engines. This is what we call “white hat” SEO. The key difference between “white hat” SEO and “black hat” SEO is that “white hat” SEO does not involve using blackhat tactics.
Black hat SEO is a way to make your website appear shady to search engines. Google and other search engines look at how your website is structured and how it delivers content to make sure it is trustworthy.
The problem with blackhat SEO is that it can get you caught. If you are using blackhat SEO practices, you might not be using blackhat tactics. By using blackhat SEO tactics, you might be violating Google’s guidelines. If you are using blackhat SEO tactics, you might be violating Google’s guidelines. If you are using blackhat SEO tactics, you might be violating Google’s guidelines.
blackhat SEO tactics are what I consider to be the most valuable. There are many blackhat SEO tools on the market that can get you the ranking you need. But at the end of the day, it is you that is deciding if a blackhat SEO tactic is right for you. The question is whether or not it will help your rankings.
The answer is a clear yes. Going the blackhat SEO route, you are giving up many of the most valuable aspects of SEO, such as link building, backlink farming, and link spinning. You are giving up the ability to rank in search, and thus give up the ability to bring in traffic. You are also giving up the ability to build strong user trust and a lot of other things, like building a high search credibility.
In some ways this is a good thing. The fact is, the amount of traffic you can bring to your website is limited by what can be done with it. The main purpose of SEO is to bring traffic in, and it is well within the capability of most of the SEOs that we know to do it.
This is not to say that SEO is not important. It is. But it does not have to be the only thing you do. Even if you don’t have a blog or are just starting a website, you should still try to make SEO an integral part of your website. There are lots of free tools out there that you can use to do this.
Thats a great way of putting it. If you are starting a website and you dont know where to start, there are plenty of tools to help you. I know many people who have used the free Google Toolbar to do this and they have done wonders. Google is a good starting point, so is Google Adwords, but the tools are there.