Cloaking

What is Cloaking? – Definition

Cloaking is a method of website optimization that consists of delivering different content to Google crawlers than the one addressed to users. This is one of the black hat SEO practices, i.e. prohibited by Google. It results in a Google penalty and removing it from the search results.

Cloaking - definition

Which Sites Use Cloaking?

This type of practice is often used by sites related to the porn industry. Google crawlers then do not see content for adults, making the website more visible in the search results.

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Content Marketing Specialist - Ula

Content Marketing Specialist

Tries to combine creative soul with the Marketing field. When she graduated, she dived into broadly understood content creation. In Delante, takes care of International Marketing. In the meantime, illustrates, draws, learns the art of tattooing and looks for new music to spend the evenings with.

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