While checking my competitor's sites that appear on Google, I found the use of a very interesting SEO method to write text in DIV using <b> <h1> and <h2> tags to enhance the appearance of keywords on the page.
The trick here lies in the hiding of the text by putting them in the <noscript></noscript>tags. I would post the url but am not aware of the rules in this forum , if it might be a breach of any? So I present the following as an example :
<h1>Fresh Fruit</h1> and <h2>Fresh Vegetables</h2>
Buy all your <b>Fresh Fruit</b> for a fraction of the price of major super markets. We are one of the most established <b>Fresh fruit and vegetables</b> firm In the world
The description might be funny but it was spontaneous. A test in the Dreamweaver revealed that the text was visible in the editor but vanished in the preview of the site. The question is whether this is a good SEO tip to use keywords in a content barren page, especially considering the prolonged success of my competitors on the top pages of the Google search list?
Your thoughts and opinions are welcome