Black Hat SEO Techniques?

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Here are some of the black hat SEO techniques

Hidden anchor texts
Bulk link building
Footer links
Advertorial campaigns
SQL link injection
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Top Black Hat SEO Techniques and Tactics List:
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In search engine optimization (SEO) terminology, black hat SEO refers to the use of aggressive SEO strategies, techniques and tactics that focus only on search engines and not a human audience, and usually does not obey search engines guidelines.
3.Footer links
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Black Hat SEO Techniques to Avoid (and 17 White Hat SEO Techniques to Utilize)
Unrelated Keywords :-

1.Keyword Stacking and Keyword Stuffing.
2.Tiny Text, Hidden Text, and Hidden Links.
4.Doorway Pages or Gateway Pages.
5.Bait-and-Switch or Page Swapping..
6.Duplicate Content or Mirror Site.
7.Spam Blogs or Splogs.
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hidden text,high keyword stuffing,duplicate content basically the techniques which are used opposite to google results is called black hot seo.
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There are so many Blackhat techniques which are strictly prohibited by Google and Google take strict action against it.
1: Keyword Stuffing
2: Duplicate or Plegerise content
3: Excessive promotion through automated Bots
4: Illegal linking to authentic website like Wikipedia
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Black hat SEO is a practice against search engine guidelines, used to get a site ranking higher in search results. These unethical tactics don't solve for the searcher and often end in a penalty from search engines. Black hat techniques include keyword stuffing, cloaking, and using private link networks.

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