Posted April 3, 2006 3:27 pm by with 2 comments

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SEOmoz questioned the “click-fruaders” and asked them to share some of the techniques used to get paid by Google and the other search engines.

There is at least one (and may be more) companies out there who don’t care where your links come from. They’ll pay you a flat 2 cents or more per click. You can put a link on images, text designed to get people to click, etc. They’re called “blind links” because the user has no idea where they will be going when they click on them – even if they think they do.

  • Blog Host

    No one can remember the last time Motley Fool guessed correctly about the search sector.

    They are subscription peddlers.

  • Hans A. Koch

    It’s called Yahoo Publishers Network