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A question about web2.0 properties

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by sedated, Mar 30, 2013.

  1. sedated

    sedated Newbie

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    So I'm about to create web2.0 properties to start tier1 link building on one of my sites. The question is do you guys create a different account using a different email address for every web2.0 property or manage all of them under one email account?

    For example:

    account1 - Wordpress blog 1
    account2- blogspot blog 1
    account3- squidoo lens

    Or

    account1 -
    - Wordpress blog 1
    - blogspot blog 1
    - squidoo lens

    Another question is you can create multiple blogs under one Wordpress account, or multiple lenses under one squidoo account. Can i use these same accounts to create more blogs/lenses for another site with a totally different niche or should I create a different set for this when the time comes?

    i don't know how far google goes in determining what might be suspicious link building. Or maybe I'm just being paranoid.

    Need some insights on how the pros manage these, coz it seems like a lot of accounts to manage. Any thoughts?
     
  2. somebodysomewhere

    somebodysomewhere Junior Member

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    Option 2 in my case, put as many accounts as you can on each email (1 of each web 2.0).

    On you second question, absolutely you can create sub sites with wordpress hosting, not sure about the free services offered by Wordpress. At any rate I would go one per account and keep the niches related.

    It is a lot to manage, thats why there is so much talk of software on the forum. Learn automation for this part of it. SENuke, scrapebox, xrumer and the like. Google can be pretty genius, so be careful and think it through rather than spamming the hell out of everything first.

    What your describing is the manual option, keep this for your coveted tier ones with authority that you plan to monetize, keep the spammy factor to a minimum and keep the accounts in an excel spreadsheet to keep track.

    Hope this helps and good luck. Plenty to read around here on it. Take it with all with a grain of salt, things change and come around again. The biggest thing really is to take action, test, track and KEEP TAKING ACTION!

    :)
     
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  3. infoasian

    infoasian Supreme Member

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    Personally, I use three or four different email and build multiple sites/ blogs for each of web2 providers. It's better to mix it up as sometimes you might get booted and losing one account with 3 blogs is not as bad as losing 12 blogs at once. This happens a lot with tumblr i.e.
     
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  4. lovetospooge

    lovetospooge Junior Member

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    You can manage all of your web 2.0 properties under one email account.

    You can use the same wordpress account to create various sub-domains on wordpress.
     
  5. sedated

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    Thanks. I figured I'd learn how to do this manually first and find myself a good process I can work with before going with some automated software. So much info here to digest that it makes looking for answers to a particular question somewhat difficult.

    so what you're also saying is I create a totally different email account for my 2nd site with another set of web2.0's and any sub accounts under those should only be related to that particular niche?

    site1 - email1 - Wordpress blog 1
    Wordpress blog 2
    Blogspot blog 1
    Squidoo lens 1
    Squidoo lens 2

    site2 - email2 - Wordpress blog 1
    Tumblr blog 1
    Blogspot blog 1
    Blogspot blog 2
    Weebly site 1

    granting of course all other blogs within a particular web2.0 is still related to the main site's niche, would that scenario be safe/optimal to manage?
     
  6. sedated

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    this makes a lot of sense ... Just thinking about having to keep track of all those accounts.
     
  7. somebodysomewhere

    somebodysomewhere Junior Member

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    Now your getting the idea, seems you're still a bit off on the terminology/structure. Here's one example:

    Money Site (Your Whiteish Hat Authority Site with Quality Content) - Private Hosting - Email like no other - Dating Niche

    Tier 1 Tumbler Site Linking to Money Site - Tier 1 Email - How to pick up Cougars Keyword
    Tier 1 Squido Lens Linking to Money Site - Tier 1 Email - How to pick up girls Keyword

    Tier 2 Forum Profile Linking to Tier 1 Tumbler Site - Tier 2 Email - Best way to get laid forum/Keyword
    Tier 2 Blog Comment Linking to Tier 1 Squido Lens - Tier 2 Email - 10 Best Tricks to Get Girls to .... Keyword
     
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  8. sedated

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    Thanks. Time to do some writing :)
     
  9. zhenjie

    zhenjie Newbie

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    I frequently put multiple web 2.0s (each from different sites) on one email. Makes it a bit easier to manage and I've never had issues, the different web2.0s dont generally share information with each other to find spam accounts to my knowledge.
     
  10. gtree

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    you can use the same email account for all of your web 2.0 properties, if you go more then 10 its better to make a another mail account.
     
  11. drywallrob

    drywallrob Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    The easiest way to keep it all straight is to use lastpass. It will save you login details as you create the accounts. Then you can group them by niche or site. You can also "one click" login with it. They have free and paid accounts.
     
  12. deans

    deans BANNED BANNED

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    I will go with 2nd option
     
  13. sexualpeople

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    do you guys use the same ip address or do you use a vpn to switch it up.
     
  14. kate12

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    Using unique username ,pass ,IPs to pass google footprint.
     
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  16. rossegpz

    rossegpz Junior Member Premium Member

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    one email account for different sites
    one email account for one money site