Negative SEO: How 301 Redirects Can Be Used Against You To Cause A Penalty

Negative SEO: How 301 Redirects Can Be Used Against You To Cause A Penalty

Despite Google’s efforts to downplay this subject, the temptation for some webmasters to blast their competitors out of SERP oblivion using 301 redirects is still a core issue that marketers face today.

In this video I go over how this negative SEO attack, using 301 redirects, works and how to pull investigate further. Negative SEO is a huge topic so I’ll be filming some more videos later to go over those (anchor text spam, mass bot links, etc).

If you’re looking to get yourself out a manual penalty just shoot me a DM on Twitter, happy to help!

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What camera do you use? Sony A6000 and my iPhone at the moment.
What microphone do you use? Razor Sieren.
How old are you? 24.

What is this video about:
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This video is about negative SEO, negative SEO attacks, 301 redirects causing rankings to drop and how to see that you’re being hit by 301’s.