SEOBlackHat QuadZilla on Jan 2 Episode Of Net Income

by Jeremy Schoemaker on December 29, 2006 · 29 comments

That is right boys and girls QuadZilla will be my guest on this weeks epiosode of Net Income and he is going to be interviewed by none other then Time Magazine’s Person of the year…. YOU!

So post your questions you want to ask seoblackhat then listen live on Tuesday Jan 2nd at 5pm. You can even call in if you like! If you happen to miss the live broadcast do not worry I will post a link to the podcast the next day (or as soon as webmaster radio has it done)

In Other news I was mentioned in the NY TIMES! I was pretty scared when my vanity ShoeMoney Google Alert went off but after reading the article I think its pretty cool. Its nice to be mentioned for once in a big name paper without sounding like a ass jacket.

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Shoemoney 1 Ranger

Shoe You are also in todays (Dec 30) print edition if you did not know. Congrats man!

2 Trae


I own and I was interesting in SEO. I know what it is and if you’re good at it, it can become profitable. If it doesn’t cost anything to start, what should I do first.


3 Trae

What do you do start in the business of SEO

4 Matt Cutts

Here’s my interview question: “What are all your sites? Please start with the most successful blackhat ones.”

Or: “If you were a search engine, what would you tackle next to reduce webspam?”

5 ShoeMoney

and yes before people ask that is the real Matt ;)

6 StrangeProgress

Haha nice. I’ll be listening for sure, as usual.

*Imagines Matt Cutts scribbling away frantically during Quadzilla Net Income show*

Congrats on the NYTimes mention too by the way.

Matt (not Cutts) ;)

7 mad4

You were in the Guardian as well. No link love though as it was the blog which is blocked using robots.txt

8 ToddW

Awesome, sounds like it’s going to be a sweeeet show :)

9 ghoti

Q for Q: If you had to stick to white hat techniques, how would your income compare to what you’re making now?

10 Miha

Q: Which is the most efficient blackhat technique you ever used?

11 Josh Wex

“What are your top 10 ppc blackhat tips?”

12 Chris Winfield

Excellent choice for a guest – this will be a can’t miss show…

As far as a question – how did he enjoy the Elite Retreat in Portugal and how did it change him? ;)

PS> Nice on the NY Times!

13 john

my question:
“why do you hardly post anything about blackhat anymore?”

14 Caydel

Wow – I’m really looking forward to this episode.

The question posted by Matt Cutts above concerning webspam is an interesting one… I wonder how Quadszilla will answer :P

15 Appleseed

Why don’t you read all of his blog posts?

16 Stevie12

Nice reading over there,

Thanks for sharing.

17 Caleb

How about:

“What are the three biggest changes to the field of blackhat SEO you’ve seen in the last 3 years? And based on your experiences, what changes do you see on the way in the next year?”

18 john

Yes I read that post.
It’s just that I enjoyed the blog a lot more when it was actually about blackhat.
It doesn’t even deserve the name blackhatseo anymore :(
It has turned into an internetmarketing blog like there are 100s..

19 john


20 Cygnus

Q1: Do you really think the engines are intent on reducing MFA type sites, given their inherent conflict of interest?
Statement: Please clarify for the listeners on the difference between BH seo and outright fraud; some still don’t seem to understand that BH is in essence simply operating outside of the webmaster guidelines provided by the engines, whereas fraud and hacking are fraud and hacking.

21 reesh


1] You’ve been blog tagged by multiple persons, but have yet to respond with 5 Thing About Yourself Most People Don’t Know. So how about it?

2] What approximate percentage of your income is derived from BlackHat-optimized sites?

22 Gotan Raider

1 – Quads:
Looking at your portfolio of projects, replace x with appropriate numbers:

x %: massive machine generated sites (long tail searches)
x %: parasite hosting spamming (short tail searches)
x %: white hat sites (of these, what is the % of community based sites)
x %: PPC arbitrage campaigns

Distribution of your monetization scheme:
x % Adsense
x % affiliates
x % others, (what?)

2 – Nofollow is supposed to be a way for Google to know when not to trust a link. It is supposed to be used to tag paid links or to avoid linking to bad neighbourhoods.

How did you feel when Matt Cutts nofollowed a link to your blog (borrowing a piece of content from your post) when his was a non paid editorial link, and your blogĀ“s domain is not associated to any bad neighbourhood?

3 – How much programming do you know?
4 – Name your favourite books (fiction-literature)

Enjoy the interview :)

23 Sleepy Doo

hehehehehehehe! how fitting!

24 stretch

Wow, these are all the questions I was going to ask. Sounds like a helluva show.

25 Twitter Business

The whole black hat SEO world always holds a fascination for me. Wowzers. I like.

26 Tyrone

Hi! This is kind of off topic but I need some guidance from an established blog.
Is it tough to set up your own blog? I’m not very techincal but I can figure things out pretty fast. I’m thinking about making my own but I’m not sure where to start. Do you have any ideas or suggestions? With thanks

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