I don’t want that to be the case, and where this is construed, I offer my unreserved and sincere apologies for the misperception.
It was obvious from the start that the hacking of SEO blogs wasn’t a normal hacking event.
The rampant attention seeking worked as linkbait from the start – but that doesn’t mean to say the people who were hacked were an active or willingly part of the process.
The whole event is ugly to the core, and I’m sure the person behind it will be suitably tarred and feathered by those willing to see the matter through.
Ironically, the reason I found out Graywolf and Stuntduble were hacked is because I wanted to approach them about link baiting services for a new client.
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