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A couple of questions

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ayelan, Sep 9, 2013.

  1. ayelan

    ayelan Registered Member

    Aug 2, 2013
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    Hey guys,

    I need a couple of questions answered. They are currently doing my head in.

    1. For each campaign will I need a different set of web 2.0 using different ips or can I just use web 2.0s from previous campaigns.
    2. For each variation of the campaign (web 2.0s, article directories, etc.) can I submit it all in one day per variation or will I have to dripfeed it?

    Thanks for the help guys.
  2. jimmyr

    jimmyr Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

    Sep 26, 2011
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    If by campaign you mean a different website, try not to re-use the Web 2.0 profiles unless they are diluted with links to other stuff as well.

    Initially, dripfeed especially given that it's pretty easy to do so
  3. seocrab

    seocrab Senior Member

    May 2, 2013
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    seo freelancer
    It's really up to you, there is no 'one-size-fits-all' answer to any seo question. Imagine you owned the search engine, what would you look for when determining a site's authority? Diversity? Quality content? Slow link building?

    If your site is new, drip-feeding is a good idea because it looks more natural than a sudden large influx of backlinks.

    If you're creating a lot of Web 2.0s (by that I mean free blogs, e.g. myblog.wordpress.org) and article links, choose different domains then you won't need to worry about IPs.

    If you have a set of strong private Web 2.0s (i.e. hosted blogs) from previous campaigns, you can use them for backlinks, but be aware that if you host all your websites on the same IP, you will create a footprint that could get spotted by Google etc at a later date.

    In addition, your backlink content should be niche-relevant so if you're using accounts from previous campaigns, make sure it's in the same niche AND your old site is hosted on a different IP to your new site. Hope this helps.