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How to Spam Google

Yes, there is a way to spam Google and get away with it. You might be angry at me though once I tell you how. The reason is that you might not think it spam, but it technically is.

“Spam means (according to www.answers.com), “Unsolicited e-mail, often of a commercial nature, sent indiscriminately to multiple mailing lists, individuals, or newsgroups; junk e-mail.” Now, search engine spam is different. You can spam by repeating keywords too many times in your site’s content and tags. Hiding text on web pages is also spam. Creating a lot of back links to “bad neighbors” is yet another example of spam. You can also spam by:

Using bad re-directs
Using doorway pages
Cyber squatting
Using micro/mini sites. (sites with 3 or less pages)”

The first step is to write good, quality content, especially in a blog or article. If people like it, then they link to you and you receive backlinks. Now that in itself is not really spamming. The spam part comes in when you receive 500 links a month because of your great articles.

“I write 4 articles a month. I submit them to approximately 130 sites per article. That’s over 500 links a month. That is a tremendous amount of links. However, Google does not see it as spam. This is the only form of “Spam” Google permits. Those 500+ articles all create valid backlinks. That’s all the search engines accept.”

Now this may not happen all at once at first, but if you keep writing original articles, people will eventually notice you. This might also not even happen, sadly, but that’s just life. Not all results happen to everyone. But you can at least try, right? Try it, you might like it.

Max Speed

If the Pole Position Marketing team had a muse—and it does—it would be Max Speed. We love Max’s occasionally off-color, usually amusing and always pointed “Maxisms.” (Maybe “Maxims” would be a better word.) Max gives voice to some of the things we think but, bound by professional decorum, aren’t permitted to say. At least, not out loud.

4 Responses to How to Spam Google

    • Stoney G deGeyter
      Stoney G deGeyter says:

      No. This is a 2005 post. Anything strategy from this date that doesn’t focus on the customer is pretty much outdated.