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Canadian search engine marketing and optimization code of ethics

Len Molden's Code of Ethics

Some search engine optimization companies and software developers use unethical tricks and techniques to artificially boost the search engine rankings of a Web site. This dilutes the quality of search engine results and the accuracy of the results becomes questionable.

For this reason, the search engines are continuously trying to trace out the spam techniques which webmasters might be using and penalize or ban them. They continue to reconstruct their algorithms to prevent spammers from flooding the results page with irrelevant or low quality content.

I only use ethical search engine optimization methods and techniques that produce lasting results that don't offend any search engines. Search engines consider the following search engine optimization techniques as SPAM. For that reason,


  • automatically generated doorway pages
  • cloaking and false redirects
  • keyword stuffing
  • hidden text or hidden links
  • pages loaded with irrelevant words
  • duplicated content on multiple pages
  • misspelling of well-known Web sites
  • unrelated and centralized link farms
  • other methods that try to trick or manipulate the results

    You might get short term results with these techniques but it's very likely that your site will be banned from search engines if you employ one of these techniques. You'll put your Web business at severe risk if you use one of these methods. I will never use any of these techniques with any search engine. This is my guarantee to you.

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