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The Most Cutting Edge SEO Exploits No One is Publishing

You know that the best SEO Black Hats are doing something more than scraping, using a site generator, comment spamming, and pinging to be raking in more than $100k per month.

But what is it?

Right now, there is way too much good stuff that I simply can’t publish on the SEO Black Hat blog. If I posted these tactics and exploits they would immediately get all the wrong kind of attention. The detailed conversations about how exactly to abuse search engine algorithms, generate massive traffic, and what other Black Hats are doing must remain underground to retain their effectiveness.

But what if I told you that you could discuss these exploits with me without paying my $500 an hour consulting fee? What if I told you there was a way to join in on the private, cutting edge discussions with some of the best Black Hats and web entrepreneurs in the world?

Would you be interested?

Because now you can . . .

Today is the official launch of the resource you’ve looked everywhere for but never found:

The Private SEO Black Hat Forum

Normally what you get on forums are people who don’t know anything talking with people who don’t want to say anything. You can occasionally find amazing tips on some forums: but you have to dig through 400 crappy posts just to find one post that is useful. That becomes a huge time sink.

How are the SEO Black Hat forums different?

Quality: We’re not going to have any contests to see who can make the most posts. That just creates tons of crap that no one wants to read. Our focus is on quality over quantity. Our primary concern is with succinctly answering one question: “What works?”

Sophisticated: Many of the topics we discuss are very advanced and require a high level of technical or business acumen to appreciate.

Expert Discussions: The SEO Black Hat forums are not for everyone and they may not be right for you. If you are relatively new to SEO or building websites, then do not join the SEO Black Hat Forums: you will be in way over your head. There are plenty of newbie forums out there for you – this is not one of them. Our forums are for successful web entrepreneurs to develop strategies that drive more traffic and generate more revenues.

Forum Membership Benefits

Access to Expert Advice and Discussions
We have both White Hat and Black Hat Experts that are already benefiting from new tool development, techniques, scripts and the sharing of ideas.
Some members you may already be familiar with include:

* CountZero from blackhat-seo.com (Black Hat)

* RSnake from ha.ckers.org (Web Security Expert)

* Dan Kramer from Kloakit (Cloaking Expert)

* Jaimie Sirovich from seoegghead.com (Token White Hat / SEO Geek)

There are several other members that you are certainly familiar with who are using handles for anonymity. We have others who are more focused on security, vulnerabilities, and coding. There are still more that you are likely unfamiliar with but are nevertheless web millionaires.

Databases – Large Datasets
If you want your sites to have massive amounts of unique content you need large data sets. The trading, discussion and posting of large data sets is going on right now on our forums.

Expired / Deleted Domain Tools
Want to use to use the same domain Tool that I used to get a Page Rank 6 site in the Gambling Space for just $8? This domain tool is available for members to use for free.

50% off on Kloakit – The Professional Cloaking Software

Scripts – Several useful scripts have already been posted – interesting thing you may not have thought of before are being discussed and developed.

Exploits and Case Studies: The really good stuff I can’t talk about on the SEO Blackhat Blog is being discussed on the SEO Black Hat Forums. Right now, some of the conversations include beating captchas, domain kiting, data mining, hoax marketing, XSS vulnerabilities as they relate to SEO, and much more.

Pricing: $100 per month.

The price will soon be rising significantly as more databases, hosted tools, scripts and exploits are added. However, once you lock in a membership rate it will never go up and you will continue to have access to everything.

So, if you think you’re ready for the most intense Black Hat SEO discussions anywhere, then here’s what you need to do:

1. Register at the SEO Black Hat Forums.

2. Go to the User CP and select Paid Subscription.

I’ll see you on the inside!

Typo Spam Tool

Ozh from planet ozh left this comment on the “How to typo spam post:”

Comment:
After reading this article, I’ve had some fun coding the Typo Trap 🙂

“The Typo Trap is a free tool designed to help webmasters find common typos and misspelling for keywords that are often searched for. Common typos are swapping 2 letters, or hitting a key right next to another (script here simulating a QWERTY keyboard).”

How to Typo Spam

I’m not quite illiterate, but I can not spell. What’s worse is the words that I can spell I often mistype.

Fortunately, this handicap has drawn thousands of surfers with a similar disibility to my sites over the years. Granted, mesothelioma won’t show up in most 3rd grade spelling contests, but spelling it mesothiloma here twice helped me rank 3rd in Google for the term.

In the adult space, I will intentionally misspell Porn Star names 3 and 4 different way. You’d be amazed how easy it is to rank #1 for misspellings that get 2-7k searches per month. Proper names are great to misspell for search traffic: Jennifer Anderson, Kristy Alley, Osama-Bin-Ladin . . . etc.

Typo spam is considered “High Class Spam” even by the search engines. This is the one type of spam I am comfortable recommending to people running white hat sites. I doubt the search engines penalize much if any for typo spam – even colleges and universities engage in it.

If you are writing your own content, one method is to type your work in notepad or textpad (I love textpad) and publish both the spell-checked and unchecked versions. My rule of thumb is: if I can misspell it, so can someone else. If you’re not sure about how to spell something, spell it every way that you think might be right, and publish them all. Then create a site map that links up the misspelled versions.

Common mispronunciations like Birfday, Nucular, Liberry, and Samwidge are also great sources for typo spam. If someone pronounces a word incorrectly, odds are they will spell it wrong when searching for it.

I know the search engines have the “Did you mean ________” feature, but it doesn’t always kick in (especially for proper names). Moreover, people don’t always click it. And while you probably don’t want to litter the main page of your site with misspellings (like I just did), having a sitemap that points to pages for the “Orthographically Challenged” is as necessary and proper for a business as having a handicapped accessible restroom.

So, if you don’t have misspellings on your site with a sitemap, the question is:

Why do you hate handicapped people?