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Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by krishnanayak, Sep 15, 2016.
What is the cloaking in SEO? please someone share own thought to understand about this.
Cloaking is a search engine optimization (SEO) technique in which the content presented to the search engine spider is different from that presented to the user's browser.
its a method of doorway pages (black hat seo) in which the webpages represented to the user differ from the webpage submitted to the search engines.
Cloaking is a SEO technique (black hat SEO) in which different content is shown to the search engine spider and the user's browse.
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Cloaking is an SEO term in - advertising on Google, it refers to the Google bot action concealed the content that users see, and suggestions for the Google bot to see the content is good onpage optimization, in order to to deceive Google that your website is now very good onpage aims to achieve high rankings on the search engines.
You just need to determine which is the Google bug (based on the Bot user agent or IP list) and the server configuration file to decide htacess allow Google bug will see these content, and the rest are visitors will see different content.
No, trying to "deceive Google . . . to achieve high rankings" is definitely not "good onpage", it is very bad onpage. Anyone who tries to tell you that deceiving Google is a good idea is someone to be avoided. In fact, they probably won't tell you they are trying to deceive Google, they will just do it, and destroy any rankings you may already have, by digging you a hole so deep it would take a very long time to get out.
Its a black hat technique and Google has such algos that can detect this and can ban a site permanently.
Cloaking is the one of the most famous black hat tactics for the improving rankings. In this tactic they make two different content one for the search bots and another for the user. By this they believe they can get higher rankings in search engine, but now a days search bots are really smart to catch events like this.