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Content for Tier1

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by lorentzo, Feb 13, 2017.

  1. lorentzo

    lorentzo Senior Member

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    Hello,

    I just got 100 web 2.0 expired blogs and i registered for me.

    All are PA 29+

    I made on all pages like:

    About me, Policy, Contact - and some related categories / pages.
    Added different themes to each.

    Now it's time to get content - how do i get content for 100 web 2.0 i need at least 10 articles for each blog.

    Also if a blog was about tech and i make articles about fashion now, it affects this network somehow?

    Thanks.
     
  2. 710fla

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    1. I use SEO Content Machine to create content and then manually edit it before posting to web 2.0
    2. No, just post content related to your niche.
     
  3. drei29

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    I suggest you create unique contents for tier 1. Google is also evolving so you need to step up your game as well. Go for articles that is related to your niche.
     
  4. JamaicanMoose

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    If you want these to last, then it's in your best interest to curate unique, hand-written articles for each and every post. No spun crap.

    You can bang the articles out pretty quickly using a voice to text software + Grammarly. However, you're looking at 1,000 articles if you want 10 on each web2.0.

    I suggest you outsource most, if not all, of the content curation to a low-cost provider on the marketplace. 400 - 600 words per article from non-native speakers is more than enough. Just run it through Grammarly first.
     
  5. gary2

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    As per my opinion, you can create unique content for tier 1 that will help to get better results.
    No, Posting article related to your niche will be effective for tier 1.
     
  6. lorentzo

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    I guess
    i will take one month subscription from wordai and get the articles i need.
     
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    1. I don’t recommend spun content on tier one. If you think the budget is not enough to spend 1000 articles. Then may use good content spinners to generate articles with 1 - 3% of keyword density to look natural. Make sure the articles are at least 400 words.
    2. Go for always for relevant niche.
     
  8. Kashif Raza

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    Create All Unique Articles for your web2.0 .... but it will be hard to write 1000 unique article by your web2.0

    Try to hire a freelancer for that purpose.

    And yes your all web2.0 must be the same niche according to your website.
     
  9. Nargil

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    Always unique and handwritten stuff.

    And I would also like to chime on PA29+ stuff. Yeh that thing... is useless. 90% of, for example, Tumblrs of which you have the majority I believe, has default PA of 27 or so? I've seen Tumblrs with PA29 that had 0 backlinks or just a couple of nofollow ones pretty often. So before you do further investing into this, I would really take a look at their backlink profiles to see if it's really worth it. Because if I am right, you won't see much movement.
     
  10. soccerlover

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    I won't recommend to have spun content or any content generated via some tool for tier 1.
    It would be always better if you write them or get it written from somewhere and regarding your second query, it would be a big NO!
    keep the content and site specific to its earlier parameters.
     
  11. Vladsub

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    If you have a decent budget try to hire writers here or somewhere else.

    If not use any of the spinning tools.

    Best to keep the blogs relevant to the links they already have.
     
  12. DigitalCon

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    Tumblrs and you judge them by PA only? Go through the backlinks of all of them and you might be surprised. May not even want to invest time or money on them ;)
    Not trying be judge you here but i say this off experience.
     
  13. lorentzo

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    I said web 2.0 not tumblrs
     
  14. Nargil

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    Only a few web 2.0s allow re-registration. There's shittons of Tumblrs, then a couple of Overblogs and Weebly's and some Blogspots, which aren't worth the bother. I am sure 80 of those 100 are Tumblrs. Aren't they?
     
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    Others are worse and a lot more hassle. I will still insist you check the backlink profiles of those web2.0s and as i said before you might be surprised. I wish it turns out good for you.
     
  16. lolseo

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    Interested to hear how you got 100 web 2.0's with PA 29+?
     
  17. Nargil

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    By using scrapebox and registering them? Not exactly a rocket science.
     
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    Probably a stupid question but...... can you point me to a guide/article that explains the process please. Never done this before, but would like to find some already established web 2.0's to register as opposed to building my own from scratch each time.

    Thanks
     
  19. Shree

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    I wouldn't use spun content for tier 1. Google can now tell if a piece of content has been spun from another article.
     
  20. Nargil

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    Just get scrapebox, scrape, for example:

    site:tumblr.com + keyword

    Get a list, run it through "alive checker" plugin and register the ones you want.