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Best way to Index/Backlink your web 2.0s without any programs?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by scorpion896, Jun 3, 2012.

  1. scorpion896

    scorpion896 Senior Member

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    What is everyone's most efficient way of indexing or backlinking their web 2.0s without the use of scrapebox or other similar tools?
     
  2. harry911

    harry911 Regular Member

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    I use social bookmarks to get them indexed. But for majority of backlinks, I still use scrapebox. I also create web 2.0s with spinned content and they point to my 1st tier web 2.0s (with unique content).
     
  3. seoquickheal

    seoquickheal BANNED BANNED

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    Hi,

    As a Manual SEO Link building Service provider . here is the tip to index your web 2.0 link.

    Number 1: When You Update your Web 2.0 link. Add a unique content which is never published in Google.

    Number 2 : Add a video link to your web 2.0 page. Video link index faster than threads.

    More on Your PM Box.
     
  4. Stemar

    Stemar Registered Member

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    I also rely on Social Bookmarks to get my new web2 properties indexed. I use for that purpose Onlywire to automate the process. I hope that will help you.
     
  5. BigFatWallet

    BigFatWallet Power Member

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    Social Bookmarks, wikis apart from SB blasts. :)
     
  6. eng152

    eng152 Power Member

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    Wiki Blasts is a great way to get them indexed.