[thelist] re: SEO - Question

Cayley Vos list at netpaths.net
Mon Jul 19 13:00:06 CDT 2004

Trying to fool search engines and get something for nothing is hardly a new
idea. In fact, it can be linked to the world's second oldest profession. When
politicians try to hide facts/information in order to get elected, it often
works - in the short term. Then, once this hidden information is discovered,
you pay for it in blood.

My advice (based on 5 years SEO experience) is to stay away from shady practice.

 From the posts I read content on pages is now the way search engines
rank popularity. Since CSS can be used to make elements invisible, could
one create pages with lots of content only the SE's see? I am guessing
SE's don't use the CSS, is this true?

Cayley Vos
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