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Am I The Only One Having Trouble Signing Up For Dumb Web 2.0 Accounts?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Dan Da Man, Jul 27, 2011.

  1. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    I have sifted through so many web 2.0 accounts and most of them were just a waste of time. They are either rediculously hard to figure out how to even post a dumb article or they are no follow. I have wasted hours trying to find a long list of web 2.0 articles to post on.

    So far I have squidoo, multiply, posterous, tumblr. wordpress, blogger, and maybe a few others. Its not even worth it to search around for others. Any tips?

    So frustrated
     
  2. Swiss

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    Sorry, don't have time to reply properly, g2g on vacation. But here's a list of some sites:

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    http://www.webs.com/
    http://www.weebly.com/
    http://www.livejournal.com/
    http://www.webnode.com/
    http://www.xanga.com/
    http://doodlekit.com/home
    http://www.insanejournal.com/
    http://www.blog.com/
    http://www.wikispaces.com/
     
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  3. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    Thanks bud. Have fun on vacation lol
     
  4. TheMatrix

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    Don;t worry about the links being nofollow. Just make good, genuine-looking properties with relevant and non-spammy links.
     
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    The list that "swiss" gave you is good, it's what i am using.
    N.b: I hate squidoo and livejournal
     
  7. mdsurf

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    that makes no sense at all to me. why waste your time if its no follow. maybe if you had an automated program it wouldnt matter if it was no follow but to put your time in to a no follow link of a do follow link seems completely stupid.
     
  8. phpbuilt

    phpbuilt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Many people believe Google gives credit to nofollow. I've got some links from wikipedia and ehow and I can tell you for a fact they work wonders for seo.
     
  9. sconson

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    What kind of BL strategy are you doing? Link wheel? Attempting this formula myself but it's taking it's toll on me setting up web 2.0 pages.
     
  10. moggwai

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    No it is a proven fact and tested that no follow do give linkjuice.. obviously not as much as do follow but dont be so disheartned..

    Some of those web 2.0s turn into ******** after getting some rank.. So just keep spamming em with the scrapbox, senukex, xrumers etc

    Moggwai
     
  11. Expertpeon

    Expertpeon Elite Member

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    No follows certainly can give link juice... even no follows from less "prestigious" sources (such as .edu areas that have no follow activateD)
     
  12. TheMatrix

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    See, as far as my study goes, it will hardy make any sense to skip a high PR, authority backlink just because it is no-follow.

    Also, if you have only do-f0llow links, G will be suspicious!
     
  13. sneakfreak28

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    I really don't believe the no follow or do follow thing. I still believe that a link is a link and will always will be. It just depends on how powerful the link is.
     
  14. Ranko Jones

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    lol same here,

    I've had to do a few manually recently since my cracked programs don't work no more :( man it is a step down going from automated to manual.

    I'm looking to make my own scripts but that shit is gonna take a while to learn. Work in progress.