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White Hat SEO: Ethical Search Engine Optimization

White hat SEO is a term that indicates the usage of ethical search engine optimization strategies and other SEO techniques and tactics that focus on the users instead of the website’s search engine rankings. While the website is still optimized for SEO purposes, an ethical SEO plan adheres to all search engine rules and centers its strategies on organic and relevant search engine ranking. The idea behind ethical SEO strategies is allowing the consideration of the human audience and search engine rules to guide all SEO tactics. White hat SEO is also known as ethical search engine optimization or ethical SEO.

What are White Hat SEO Strategies

Ethical SEO strategies include adding valuable content to a website–as opposed to poorly written, nonsensical or purely computer-generated content–to encourage long-term readership, the use of relevant keywords in moderation and link-building with other trustworthy websites.White hat SEO keyword implementation involves careful research and planning on the webmaster’s part, as he must use keywords that generate traffic to his website without creating spam or misleading users.The opposite of a white hat SEO plan is a black hat SEO plan.

Black hat SEO doesn’t adhere to ethical search engine optimization strategies and is often used by webmasters looking to get a quick profit off the website. Black hat SEO plans focus solely on improving search engine rankings; the needs of a human audience and search engine rules are not a consideration in plan development. Black hat SEO plans might include keyword stuffing–using an excessive amount of keywords on webpage to “fool” a search engine about the page’s relevancy–and doorways. Doorways are webpages designed to attract a search engine by using phrases or words the engine will pick up on. Spam, or unsolicited email and messages, is often part of a black hat SEO plan. Black hat SEO techniques may get a website permanently banned from a search engine’s results page, but for a website that isn’t meant for long-term use, banning is not a major deterrent.

The bottom line on white hat SEO

Ethical SEO plans offer advantages to webmasters looking to build a reliable website with a stable user base. Webmasters with ethical SEO practices commonly attract and keep users; ethical tactics are viewed more favorably by search engines and often the public. Businesses and websites for organizations, such as nonprofit agencies, must consider ethical practices when developing SEO campaigns. Unethical SEO tactics frequently alienate supporters and customers and may damage the company’s reputation beyond the Internet.

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