How I Hacked Google Maps With Black Hat SEO (Make $3,000 Per Listing)

This Google Maps black hat SEO technique is going to blow your mind and make you some serious money online.

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[00:00:00] – Intro
[00:02:00] – Go to shine ranker tool
[00:03:12] – Visit maphustle.com
[00:06:13] – Look for co-working spots
[00:08:18] – Come up with a free service
[00:09:32] – Find a business that doesn’t have website
[00:11:55] – List the GMB for sale
[00:13:17] – Sell the website
[00:14:07] – Outro

When it comes to black hat Google Maps SEO, there are a few key things to keep in mind. First and foremost, you need to make sure that your business is properly registered with Google My Business. This will ensure that your business shows up in search results when people are looking for businesses like yours.

Another key factor to consider is your business’s NAP (name, address, and phone number). Your NAP should be consistent across all of your online listings, including your Google My Business listing. This will help to ensure that your business is easy to find and contact.

Finally, you need to make sure that your business’s website is optimised for local search. This means including your city and state in your website’s title tags, Meta descriptions, and H1 tags. By doing this, you’ll make it easier for potential customers to find your business when they perform a local search.

If you follow these tips, you’ll be well on your way to success with black hat Google Maps SEO.

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You can assume that I will receive compensation for anything I recommend either as an affiliate or from my own products. Any earnings or income representations are aspirational statements only of your earning potential. There is no guarantee that you’ll receive the same results or any results at all for that matter. Your results will depend entirely on your work ethic, experience, etc… As always there is risk with any business. I am not a financial advisor and nothing in this video should be considered legal advice. You should do your own due diligence and research. The content is purely for educational purposes only.

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