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All posts on same web 2.0s?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by MadMX, May 23, 2012.

  1. MadMX

    MadMX Regular Member

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    I have 15 keywords i want to rank for. If i create ~30 Web 20s and post an article per keyword on each of them. Would that be a good idea? Or would it be better to create 30 web 20s per keyword.

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  2. cloakndagger

    cloakndagger Power Member

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    From an seo point of view the benefit is having a link from different IP's so it's better to use different web 2.0s(IP's) for each keyword.If you create a decent web 2.0 and I mean decent links to authority first them your own it's worth the 20 crap ones you'll automate for 1 keyword anyway and won't get deleted.
    You would then automate some web 2.0's to point to your good one.
    It depends on the niche,low comp I'd do the quality web 2.0 everytime backed up by half decent ones pointing to it via automated software like ultimate demon.

    Going further,and to me way more powerful,is creating satellite sites using aged domains.A satellite site is a purchased domain(pref by someone else) hosted by someone else so it costs to buy and host.These carry way more link juice done right than a web 2.0.
    You could even try 301ing from an aged domain,search for 301's here there is some fantastic info on how to do it and right now they are crushing mega keyword terms like payday loans.
     
  3. WCO12

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    For the purposes of link juice only, as long as you have a separate page for each article it shouldn't matter. If it's a high quality Web 2.0 that moderates commercial/spam accounts, though, you might have a hard time passing a review unless you take it slow.

    Also, that's a pretty big footprint and you're interlinking your money sites which is a big no-no.
     
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    In his scenario you'd end up with 30 different Web 2.0s pointing at a given money site regardless. It's just that in one option he makes 30 brand new accounts for each site, and in the other he only uses the 30 original accounts and makes larger Web 2.0s that point back to multiple money sites each.
     
  5. cloakndagger

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    Yep you're right,I'm tired lol.
     
  6. MadMX

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    I don't get it.

    So, what do you mean, which option should I go with?
    MadMX
     
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    Oh, I may have assumed you were ranking multiple sites when you aren't. If the keywords you want to rank for are all for one domain I would use the bigger Web 2.0s that each point back to multiple keywords. If the keywords you want to rank for are on different domains I would use separate Web 2.0s.