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Anonymous
Monday, August 27th, 2007 at 12:14:43am UTC 

  1. [b]1. What do you see as the line (however blurry) that seperates BH and WH? Try to give some examples.[/b]
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  3. [b]2. Do you practice BH?[/b]
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  5. [b]3. Why or why not?[/b]
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  7. [b]4. If yes, do you own both BH sites and WH sites? Which do you focus more time on?[/b]
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  9. [b]5. How do you feel about people who practice what you consider blackhat?[/b]
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  11. [b]6. Check all that you CONSIDER blackhat with an X. Check twice if you've done it, are doing it, or plan to do it. Check three times if you simply consider it stepping WAY out of line.[/b]
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  13.     [] [b]Mass site generation[/b]
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  16.     [] [b]Content scrapers (possibly markoved)[/b]
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  19.     [] [b]Trackback spamming[/b]
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  22.     [] [b]Comment spamming[/b]
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  25.     [] [b]Blogfarms on your own domains[/b]
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  28.     [] [b]Mass generating parasite hosting accounts (e.g. blogger.com, wordpress.org) for the purpose of building links (blogfarms fall under this category)[/b]
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  31.     [] [b]Mass generating those accounts for the purpose of gaining many links to them in a short time, and redirecting traffic to another site[/b]
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  34.     [] [b]Automating directory submission, including topsites[/b]
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  37.     [] [b]Breaking CAPTCHAs, or otherwise bypassing them[/b]
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  40.     [] [b]Exploiting social news sites (digg, reddit, etc) to gain traffic MANUALLY[/b]
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  43.     [] [b]Exploiting those sites in an automated fashion to gain traffic OR links. Specify which[/b]
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  46.     [] [b]Using social networks in an automated fashion to gain traffic[/b]
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  49.     [] [b]Digg rings/exchanges, stumble exchanges, or anything of the sort[/b]
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  52.     [] [b]Keyword stuffing (including tricks to hide blocks of text)[/b]
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  55.     [] [b]Referral Spamming[/b]
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  58.     [] [b]Cloaking - showing relevant but highly "SEO"ed pages to the search engines (this includes things like scraped markoved content - please specifiy in the comments), and more friendly content to the user[/b]
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  61.     [] [b]Reciprocal Linking[/b]
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  64.     [] [b]Buying/selling Links[/b]
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  67.     [] [b]Exploiting Widespread XSS Vulnerabilities to gain Links[/b]
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  70. 7. [b]Any additional comments?[/b]

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