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How Website scam campaign is the establishment and implementation of the

scam will not last. They will certainly not last for ten years. However, a recent “carefully planned” publicity campaign attempted to promote “website construction” as a scam, even though “website construction” has existed for nearly 10 years (launched in December 2000).

The people who started this movement spent a lot of time and energy spreading their negative propaganda on the Internet. This is to increase their own monetary gains (the money-making plan they sell).

Basically, how this website building scam was established and executed, including allowing website building scam spreaders to clearly instruct their own “followers” on how to write unresearched SBI reviews. They are taught how. . .

Set keyword links (to fool the search engines)

the activity offline, so search engines can not detect their plan

to delete their search engine trick of evidence

“building fraud” comments of this site is not even those who have not tried by the SBI, Written by someone who has studied SBI. Obviously, these “comments” are blatant propaganda and hits.

Think about this. All top affiliates recommend that before a branch write a review, they should use, try or read the product or book before writing anything. However, the “build fraud” reviews on this site are written by people who haven’t tried it, or even read SBI.

Any form of publicity activities may cause damage to any company or product. The disadvantage of this is that the communicator dishonestly uses the name of the company or product to seek financial gain for himself.

The leader of the website building scam promoted a fake system of creating hundreds of microsites, copying content, and using interconnection strategies to improve search engine rankings.

Failure to comply with the terms of the search engine will eventually result in the website owner being barred from entering the search engine. For example, Google declares as follows. . .

…Create unique, relevant content

… Link schemes can be included. . . Excessive mutual links or excessive link exchanges (“Link to me, I will link to you.”)

The best way to get other websites to create relevant links to you is to create unique, relevant content. . .

Creating good content pays off: links are usually determined by editors’ votes.

In the end, many leaders involved in website building fraud campaigns were “slapped in the face” by Google. Unfortunately, some of the negative effects of this plan still exist.

Since the release of SBI, no SBIer has been banned by Google. This is because SBI “keep it real” and work with search engines. The next question to ask is: Is website building a scam or is it real?

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