Can You Fool Google?

On August 21, 2011, in Google, by Rowan
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Can You Fool Google?

Can you fool Google really with the same on-page and off-page search engine optimization techniques which might have worked even a few months ago?

This post is attempt to test that theory. I’ve had bad luck trying to fool Google with making tons of back links, so I’m going to try some of the on-page optimization techniques that I’ve heard about in order to test them out.

Firstly, I’ve got an H1 tag straight at the top of this article with the same keyword phrase as my title, even though it looks crap on this particular theme.

I also started the first sentence in the first paragraph with my main keyword phrase, and I’m going to include it in the last paragraph as well, in bold or italic text.

I’m going to include some of the keywords in the title in a H2 subheading, along with a photo, titled with similar keywords, and with an alt text and description related to the general topic, including some of those keywords.

Some people spend years learning how to fool Google by making back links, and then a change in the algorithms comes along and makes them have to learn it all over again.





Can You Really Fool Google?

This is more of a question than an answer,because I’ve been trying to learn how to give Google the signs that it wants for over two years, and just when I think I’ve figured it out, it changes again.

Can you fool Google? I will let you know if this works or not once it’s been indexed for a week. Otherwise, sign up to the newsletter, and I’ll email you the results of this test, plus a lot of other helpful information.

If you think you have found a way to fool Google, you may be mistaken, because they are always changing their algorithms to combat spam.

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