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Buffer Web 2.0 sites---- What content to use?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by oblivion19, Jun 21, 2011.

  1. oblivion19

    oblivion19 Senior Member

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    Hey,

    I am planning to use Web 2.0 sites for link building. I have got a few doubts.

    1. Content: What content to use. Is it ok to use content I have posted on article directories or slightly spin it and use? Or do I have to have unique content. And how often do I have to add new content?

    2.Link placement: How long to wait before I place the links? Do I put it there initially or wait a month or so?

    3.Blasting: Do I go all out on blasting with xrumer and scrapebox? What would be an ideal way to approach link building for these.

    4. Platforms: What are the best web2 sites there for use as buffer sites?
     
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  2. drogon

    drogon Elite Member Premium Member

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    1) Ideally unique content but i have some web 2.0 with dup content too.

    2) Up to you. i put mine straight away.

    3) Yep you can blast the web2.0 as much as you like.
     
  3. Ranko Jones

    Ranko Jones BANNED BANNED

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    I'll just say don;t use non spun stuff cos from my exp they manual review it and I've had some taken down for just copy and pasting from my money site.

    Spun offers no such probs though so far...
     
  4. JMercier

    JMercier Junior Member

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    I agree with Ranko Jones

    If you are considering to use Wordpress.com, try to look as natural as you can.

    A few days ago my page was disabled. I had only one page, spun content with a few links (for linkwheel).
     
  5. zappys

    zappys Junior Member

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    spun content works great . i usually don't put my link straight away on this web 2.0 . I track them in ranks and when they get in the first 100 results i put a link to my website and add a new spun article there.

    For linkbuilding , i recommend weekly Xrumer/scrapebox blasts using the keyword that you want to rank for.
     
  6. thespecialone

    thespecialone Junior Member

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    Should the web 2.0 be in the same niche or keyword as the money site or it doesnt matter at all?
     
  7. mcgoohan6

    mcgoohan6 Power Member

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    Use spun content.

    I manually build my 2.0's. I fill the profile out with avatar and info. I make a generic post about something random. I also add pics and video if I can. If it's something like Squidoo or Hubpages, I definitely make it niche specific. But if it's Tumblr or something similar, I make the post niche relative even if the blog is generic.
     
  8. Black&Red

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    Any tips on how to get web 2.0's indexed quicker? Would xrumer/scrapebox blasting or rss feed pinging do the job?
     
  9. mcgoohan6

    mcgoohan6 Power Member

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    I blast them with scrapebox, which seems to work well for me, although it's not instant. RSS pinging has been hit or miss for me as far as speed.

    If I'm impatient and really want to get something indexed, I bookmark it manually on Stumble Upon, Digg and Delicious, blast it with Retweets in TweetAttacksPro, post it on Facebook and ping the site directly with Pingler. It's not practical for a large number of links, but it seems to work quickly for me.

    Last night I had an article that I posted to a blog that I wanted to index before I started submitting the spun versions of it with AMR. The method I mentioned before worked within 2 hours (maybe faster since I took a nap and wasn't watching it). It was indexed in google when I woke up and I was able to start my AMR run.
     
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  10. gorang

    gorang Elite Member

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    Download Dragon Naturally Speaking and make your own content in 5-10 minutes a page.

    Personally I play my xbox and talk into the headset while I play. Before I finish a match in Fight Night Champion i've written a 600 word article to post.

    I put links into the post pretty much straight away.

    I'm blasting my web 2.0s with social bookmarks, xrumer and scrapebox as much as possible. I don't think they'll be sandboxed in any way becaue they are subdomains of wordpress and other sites. I could be wrong but that's my take.
     
  11. mcgoohan6

    mcgoohan6 Power Member

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    I use Dragon sometimes also. It can be a big time saver for posts that aren't really technical. I tend to type the technical entries by hand .
     
  12. milans

    milans Regular Member

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    Yeah dragon works like a charm!