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bestmacros had a decent one but my proxies were garbage and it was desktop targeted, looking for one that is mobile based or can emulate mobile, if you are not comfortable speaking of it please PM me

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Long story short I have very good reason to want to ruin someone's business rep. I'll leave it short to say that they wronged me and as petty as it sounds, I want revenge. I'm willing to pay some money if I can get established google accounts to write maybe 15-20 bad reviews at a semi random interval over the next few months. Is there anywhere I would be able to seek out a service like this?

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Black Hat SEO | Reddit by /u/sanchoman1 - 4M ago

Broadly speaking, is there any technique to damage competitors that actually works?

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Black Hat SEO | Reddit by /u/beard_away - 4M ago

I'm trying to get an understanding on this.

Let's say I have a local service business, let's say landscaping, I have a few blog posts, but the main idea of the website is to have clients book a landscaping service.

Now, let's say I have an Amazon affiliate link. Can I put this as an iframe script on my website?

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