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Best Web2.0 Tool??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by webhostingproviders, Dec 28, 2015.

  1. webhostingproviders

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    Can anyone plesae tell me what is the best top Web 2.0 tool, so I can create PBN and then do tier building to promote my money site??

    I already own GSA Search Engine Ranker + Scrape Box

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  2. Shaunm

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    I have a question? I want to build Tier 2 blogs then want to redirect them to Tier 1. So from Ranker X I can build Tier 2 blogs, right ? Then through scrapebox ill promote tier 2 only, so once users come on Tier 2 they may click to my main website ? is it how the link Pyramid will build?
     
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    I am not 100% sure what you are asking here mate.

    Your Pyramid should look like this....

    Money Site
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    T1
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    T2
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    T3

    The only site you are trying to rank in the top 10 there is your money site, with luck T1 may end up in the top 300 but it is not required. T1 is there to collect link juice and push it to your money site to help rank it. T2 is there to help collect link juice and push it to T1 as well as help T1 index and get crawled. T3 is usually there to help T2 get indexed and crawl and maybe pass some link juice to T2.

    Users will not be clicking on your T1, T2 or T3 sites from Google.
     
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    You should take a look at Autofill Magic (I am the developer). 3 years in development and supporting 150 sites out of the box. You can add your own web 2.0 sites too with the Autofill Magic Trainer and also use it to manage a PBN.

    It is not as fast as 100% automated tools, but you will get far better long term results and a better stick and success rate.

    Let me know if you have questions.



     
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    Thanks for developing such a tool . I need long term traffic and they must be targeted. Is it for me ? My content type is fully educational.
     
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    That would be FCS Networker OP. Truly an awesome Web 2.0 tool.

    Regards!
     
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    fcs networker is really Good!!
     
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    Autofill Magic will be great for that. It is meant for creating quality tier one links that stick. It will take you a bit longer to build the links than with automated tools like FCS Networder, but the success rate and stick rate is far better which is great when you want long term results.

    You will also get a better diversity with Autofill Magic. Autofill Magic supports more than 120 quality content based web 2.0 sites like blogging platforms and site builders (+ 30 other types). I believe FCS supports about 60 sites of this type.

    That said I have nothing bad to say about FCS if you want full automation.
     
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    Hey Shaun,

    I'm trying out RankerX now and finding the learning curve a bit steep, though the developer is helpful in answering questions. How long did it take you to get really comfortable using the software?

    Best,
    John
     
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    Personally, I've been using RankerX for the past week and I can say it's a very promising tool, just a couple more updates to add needed features.

    It took me about 3 days just to get used to the basics. The platform can be overwhelming at first but it gets easier the more you play with it. Just setup a test run to see what does what and you should be good.
     
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    I've tried FCs for a few months but just couldn't keep it anymore because the number of web 2.0s it supports steadily goes down (the number might not be but you will notice that the high PR/DA domains are being replaced by lower quality ones). To re-compensate its users, it has added other types of links but the main purpose why I got it is for web 2.0 so the quality is dwindling in my opinion.

    RankerX looks promising though but have no experience with it.
     
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    Thanks, I've done one test run, and I'm happy with the results so far. Now to see what sticks :)

    I've been using FCS for a while, and I agree it's gone downhill. Even at it's best I never got it to do exactly what I wanted, mostly because the account creator was so difficult to use.
     
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