My site is receiving a Blackhat SEO warning. Any advice?
2015-05-17, 04:55 PM,
#1
I've just been notified by a user that he tried to visit my site but received a "Blackhat SEO" warning from his AV program. After searching, it sounds like "Blackhat SEO" is an unethical method of drawing in search engine hits through keyword stuffing, invisible text, and doorway pages. But I have definitely never heard of it in the past and have not done any of these. I do, however, use a lot of Javascript apps that I find online. Could that have inadvertently put some Blackhat SEO on my site? And if so, do you have any advice for how I can identify it and nip it in the bud? I can apparently get banned from search engines for this.
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2015-05-23, 06:04 PM,
#2
Is there such a thing as "Blackhat SEO Warning" in the first place?
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2015-05-23, 06:07 PM,
#3
lol he is probably trolling or his AV is avast...
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Josh C.(2015-05-24 04:38 AM) CondorHero(2015-05-23 06:08 PM) 
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2015-05-24, 04:37 AM,
#4
i think this is just a fake warning
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2015-05-24, 04:38 AM,
#5
funny what antivirus'es have turned into nowadays ^^ bunch of crap!
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ylts(2015-05-24 05:38 AM) 
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