Badass SEO Guest Blogging Contest Entry

by SEO Mofo on Oct 18th, 2011

in Advanced SEO, SEO Ethics

Ladies and Gentlemen, I proudly present my entry into the 2nd Annual Bad Ass SEO Guest Blogging Contest:

Using JavaScript to Hide Content: Advanced White Hat SEO?

In the article, I suggest some best practices for hiding text content from Users. Don’t assume it’s black hat SEO until after you’ve seen the working example. It might just be the single greatest example of white hat hidden content the World has ever seen. (It’s so amazing, I even created a new sub-domain for it!)

I’m also working on a follow-up article that exposes a website that is hiding text content in a not-so-white-hat kind of way (TEASER: the perpetrator is a really big company who works with Google). I’ll publish that here on my own blog as soon as it’s ready. Until then, go read my contest article, spread it around, comment on it, retweet it, print it out, fold it into a miniature human, and snuggle with it.

Oh yeah, and I’d like to thank the following people/companies for sponsoring this year’s contest…