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Creating a network of Web 2.0's

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Londoncalling, Nov 28, 2014.

  1. Londoncalling

    Londoncalling Registered Member

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    So I am thinking about creating a small network of web2.0's for my money site.

    I have used a similar tiered link system in the past but I know things have moved on a bit. When i did it before, I just built web2.0's with 1 post linking to my money site, and then blasted it with gsa ser.

    This time I am going to create a post of 500+ words, 100% unique and human readable, aswell as an "about" page and "contact us" details. I will then create contextual links to the web2.0 and a lower tier of mass spam. I will then wait a little while before adding the link to my money site in a post on the web2.0.. Do you think this is a better way of building them these days?
     
  2. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Add in some images, make some videos and use them, link to a FB and Twitter that you have for those sites too.

    You are surely on a good path though... just don't stop with those minor things and don't use GSA only to back link them... be a little more flexible/creative there as well.

    Good step in the right direction though.
     
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  3. searchsignify

    searchsignify Newbie

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    Yes, you are on a good path, perhaps start a journey thread so we can all follow together.
     
  4. john1444

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    If i were in your shoes i would focus more on outreach, guest blogging and quality networks.

    Basically, the stuff you are doing won't last long.
     
  5. SYKing

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    Make these web 2.0 on multiple pages and Web 2.0 must look real.

    For suppose: Add 3-4 pages of content , Social links , Reference links, Customize logo and Customize theme where possible. It would be look like that these properties are made for real blogging

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    Post at least 2 article with image to make it real/ natural. I see, you will wait for adding your money site link so I would like to suggest you to post an article without your link after few days post 2nd article with your money site link.

    As a SEO noob I think it looks more natural.
     
  7. escortlebanonservice

    escortlebanonservice Newbie

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    hi if iam can gote help to build Escort site
     
  8. Penumbra

    Penumbra Power Member

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    Thats what i planned to do same way. Maybe you should try some press releases also. Or u can buy some high authority guest posts and make tier 2 on them, they are not expensive.
     
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  9. escortlebanonservice

    escortlebanonservice Newbie

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    hello if you can make a site for me and iam paying for your wor
     
  10. fc-dh

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    That is weird, because i have been using GSA for 1.5 year on my web 2.0 and never had a problem that indicated that GSA was at fault, because YOU don't understand a software doesn't mean it doesn't work, because GSA is still powerful for tier 2 (and tier 1 in C&B) if you know how to work it, you obviously don't. that is not a problem but please, stop acting like you do.
     
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  12. BassTrackerBoats

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    I'm not saying GSA is bad at all; it is a solid piece of software that does a real nice job. I've never said anything bad about that software or about their support, in fact I've said, on more than one occasion, that it is a good product with good support.

    I am saying to the OP that just using one process is not the best way to build and that there are other processes that should be added in. I said, "Don't use GSA only", not "don't use GSA".
     
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  13. cooljobs4u221

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    hey. have u heard of FCS networker , it helps in making web 2.0s quickly. i m thinking about buying its life time licence, if u would like to help me with other SEO work, we can join up as a team and work. inbox me your skype or just inbox me so we can talk about it.
     
  14. gazmo

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    If you're going to put so much effort into your web 2.0-s make sure you also add multiple pages, otherwise it's still obvious what they were created for.

    I actually have a list of web 2.0-s what I write new content for from time to time. Not really cost efficient but it takes me 6-7 minutes to create a decent quality article so ...
     
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  15. zebrahat

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    And if you're going to go through the trouble of making the Web 2.0's 'real' from the point of view of supporting your main target site, why not go all the way and make them good enough, in themselves, to use for additional monetization? In a typical scenario one is, in essence, constructing a bunch of 3-5 page non-TLD or sub-domain micro sites to help rank a site you bought a domain for. So, might as well dress them up with similar affiliate links or offers as well, to make whatever extra you can.

    This can prove quite useful if a certain niche can be monetized in a couple of ways, but you've decided to set up the main site for one way to avoid conflicts (e.g., the site is promoting Amazon, but the supporting Web 2.0 can focus on Adsense or CB). Or, once you've beefed up the page authority on the properties, you can also sell guest posting or limited backlinks on them as a source of earnings.

    So long as you don't use blatantly BH tactics on the other pages, these 'extra' uses of the Web 2.0 shouldn't damage or conflict with the power of the key "SEO" page you created to link to the main site. Non-ranking methods (video, social, forums, etc) could also or alternatively be employed to build traffic to these 'bonus' monetizing pages. So don't just 'get real' with the properties for ranking purposes, get real with them to serve as secondary money machines as well.
     
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  16. scoobyrobert

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    Imagine each web 2.0 as a mini site, terms and conditions page about us, then the main article post. It allows the web 2.0 to look more natural. In terms of your link building I would try to keep towards the guest posts. If you are low on cash i would suggest using the magic web finder trial, it allows you to find high authority web 2.0's that are available. Would mean you would have to spend as much time link building.