Christian newspaper aims for gays?
Sometimes owners of websites do strange things to get ranked in search engines. Some try black hat tactics, others try old tactics that won’t work anymore.
A good example was found today by a blogger at Dutch Cowboys. Dutch newspaper “Nederlands Dagblad” , which is a very Christian-minded newspaper, obviously tries to influence rankings. But in a way which is first of all not working and second of all, the keywords they use are not very “Christian-like”.
The Dutch newspaper probably figured that they would get more visitors on some sexual terms and put terms like “sexuality” and “homo-sexuality” in their meta tags. They might also be aiming at those people who are not sure about their sexuality or gays who want to convert? Too bad for the newspaper they won’t be ranking any higher because of this. A waste of keywords or a smart move from the newspaper?
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