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Autoblog Backlinking Research

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by kingbrend, May 27, 2009.

  1. kingbrend

    kingbrend Regular Member Premium Member

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    So I've come to the part of my guide where I must select the best method of generating backlinks for autoblogs.

    The methods I've used in the past where simple one way backlinks from ******** blogs, which worked very well for me.

    These days I see people going the Web 2.0 route, and creating link wheels not only for backlinks but to generate other web 2.0 properties. Now this sounds and looks great for stand alone websites, but is it worth it for set and forget it autoblogs?

    Another issue I have is the extra work it takes to generate those web 2.0 sites for every autoblog I create, and then you have to promote those sites to have enough juice to effectively pass on to the autoblogs.

    If I were to go the link wheel route, this would limit the amount of autoblogs I could create, where with direct linking I can link dozens of autoblogs in one swoop with no issue.

    Let me know your thoughts.. web 2.0 for autoblogs or direct linking~

    Link wheels seem great for squeeze pages, main selling sites, etc though.
     
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    xbox360gurl70s Elite Member

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    In your wet dreams
    Test has shown that web 2.0 works if the properties themselves have backlinks and are promoted. and yes its extra work mind you.

    All pages are treated equal too in the eyes of Google
     
  3. matapples01

    matapples01 Regular Member

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    Maybe try to flip flop your thinking. Don't bild linkwheels to promote your autoblogs...use your autoblogs to promote your linkwheels.
     
  4. adamster

    adamster Regular Member

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    You could always try to outsource instead of putting time and effort. I personally interlink my autoblogs since they are on different ips. They also pass link juice from one site to another. I use a couple of web 2.0's which link to the first site and then this will link to #2 and #3 ...etc. Its a set and forget process and automation is the sole purpose of autoblogs.
     
  5. kingbrend

    kingbrend Regular Member Premium Member

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    See, that's what I mean. Why create autoblogs at all when linkwheels (web 2.0 properties) do just as good of a job and might even be less work then stand alone autoblogs.

    It sucks I come to this conclusion at just about the completion of my autoblogging eBook.
     
  6. kingbrend

    kingbrend Regular Member Premium Member

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    Lol... you're obviously a noob and I was right in my negative rep. Without backlinks an autoblog will not go anywhere.

    Move along..
     
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  7. shamster25

    shamster25 Regular Member

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    I think only noobs use the word noob, Hex clearly knows more about the subject than you - and all he was trying to do was help you out, yet you responded in a childish manner by flaming him. I would Neg Rep you but I'm not gonna resort to foolish, childish, tactics (I'm 17). Just bury the hatchet and move along.
     
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  8. kingbrend

    kingbrend Regular Member Premium Member

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    There are different levels of autoblogs, you have no idea. I don't generate made for adsense spam blogs and wouldn't waste my time with them.

    I generate original or limited content autoblogs that target affiliate offers. Real sites that run on autopilot and require backlinks just like any other website out there that you want to rank well in SERPs..

    Regardless, maybe I should have clarified that first.
     
  9. kingbrend

    kingbrend Regular Member Premium Member

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    Ah yes, help me out after I gave him a negative in another thread. Thanks for the help Hex, so you idea is no backlinks for autoblogs, they're not needed. Just ping them and you're set right?

    From my YEARS of experience with autoblogs this will cause you to fail.

    But go ahead, Hex knows all.
     
  10. blackhat+er

    blackhat+er Regular Member

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    Dude there is no need to get deffensive I think it matters in how you promote the autoblogs and what you want them for. People now are coming up with different levels of autoblogs so I think clarification would have elimated the little beef from the start. What I do is a mix, One link wheel per blog and then really just promote it with twitter , myspace and some social bookmarking. But I think for the most part if your looking to pump these out in the masses then building quality backlinks is kinda pointless. Also you mentioned that its all original content correct? So do you have tons of original articles already written or no? If not then thats not really an autoblog.
     
  11. kingbrend

    kingbrend Regular Member Premium Member

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    Yes, the content I gathered was written by someone else and not indexed. It wasn't really created for what I did with it, but it worked. I'm the only person that built autoblogs around the content and for years now the blogs have done very well with just a few backlinks.

    My goal for the autoblogs was to promote different affiliate offers.

    Now with these new blogs I'm working on, I'm doing a lot of testing, but it seems duplicate content with enough backlinks pointing to it does just as well. I'm trying to get the least saturated content I can find, it's hard but it's out there and just create some solid backlinks to rank higher.

    Duplicate content without backlinks doesn't work very well from what I've seen.

    I guess the one thing autoblogs have over web 2.0 websites is the ability to heavily promote offers through different blackhat methods, ie cookie stuffing, cloaking, etc. But then again those sites don't last very long.
     
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