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  1. Top 5 Dead Giveaways of SEO Con Artists & How to Protect Yourself

    Hijacking Affiliate Codes Those of us in the search community who have been around for a while can probably attest to this scenario: we’re at a trade show, speaking at a conference, or even having a drink at a bar and someone comes up to us to ask...

  2. Bing Linked Pages Simpler than Google+ Author Markup

    Feeling a little guilty that my machinations may be accused of profile hijacking, I posted a comment on their profiles to let them know I was doing it. On first glance Linked Pages sounds like Bing's answers to Google's content authorship markup...

  3. New Google Webmaster Tools Notification for Cross-Domain URL Decisions

    There are a number of reasons similar/same content may appear on more than one URL: similar content targeting different geographical areas or multilingual sites, plagiarized content, server misconfiguration, hacking via 301 redirects, or hijacking...

  4. 5 Black Hat Attack Vulnerabilities & Defensive Strategies

    As HTML and CSS get more sophisticated, these mark-up languages become even more vulnerable to scripting, tunneling, hijacking and a whole variety of attacks. I just re-emerged to the world of the living from a week of sessions at Black Hat and...

  5. Local Online Business Listing Hijacking: Protecting Your Identity

    Many of their dubious hijacking methods can be compared to black hat SEO techniques. A Real Life Example of Local Search Business Hijacking This leaves those listing identities highly vulnerable to hijacking by spammers, squatters, and even...

  6. Trademark: The Next Generation

    If I'm reading and interpreting the latest round of keyword and trademark litigation correctly, there's an assertion that the keyword suggestion tool establishes the groundwork for keyword hijacking. We stand on the precipice of disaster in...

  7. Hosting Issues and SEO

    MSN Live has indexed 301 redirects as blank pages, and examples of 302 hijacking seem to make a comeback every now and then. These codes show whether the page loaded correctly, was moved, or if there's a problem.