SEO becomes more and more advanced and many companies already found its benefits of having better rankings in the search engines (known also as indexing or visibility in the search engines) and they increased their sells but also become more popular.
But did you know that we can distinguish Black Hat SEO and White Hat SEO?
The Black Hat one can be subdivided in three main categories – development spam, content spam and links spam and each one of those can be subdivided in many more. For example, when we talk about development spam we should take into consideration the most common nine different tricks – cookie stuffing, page hijacking, buying expired domains, scrapper sites, URL redirection, hidden text and link, Sybil attack, doorway/gateway pages, mirror website.
To learn more about these and the other most common Black Hat SEO techniques you can check out the following infographic that will present to you in brief everything from the first term connected with Black Hat SEO “spamdexing” and will lead you through the three main categories and their subcategories to the roots of our Black Hat SEO tree.