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Worst case for your boxing site is that these links are irrelevant. Otherwise it would be too easy to hurt competitors by placing links on arbitary pages. I would leave the links where they are now. Yes, removing them could decrease PR. Start working now on relevant links to your site.
Google does not just ignore links in sections that are display:none. Consider DHTML multi-level drop down menus. In such a menu, you hover over the top level menu item and a list of links drops down. That is a case in which the links are in display:none initially, but user interaction with the page shows them. Using drop down menus like this is ...
I think black hats SEO just wanted to hack this website without being detected by the webmaster. Indeed, putting hidden links in a webpage is out of the guidelines edited by Google. However, it doesn't mean that doesn't work for SEO. In general, it doesn't work a long time.
Ok so - using this : In other words: Is it a good or a bad strategy to link FROM www.site.com/whitegoods/washing-machines/front-loaded/siemens TO www.site.com/whitegoods/washing-machines with the anchor text "washing machines"??? The answer is : Yes. Since you are already in a context known as "washing machines" - its uninformative and redundant ...
Use this tool. Enter your URL in the authorship testing result and check your status. If your website is already linked to Google+, you will get "Authorship is working for this webpage".
Yes, even as a blogger I always optimize the <img> alt attribute text and, if the image acts as an anchor, it's great for my audience as well as for SEO.
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