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Creating WEB 2.0's

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by zee007, Oct 19, 2012.

  1. zee007

    zee007 Senior Member

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    Is it safe to create multiple WEB 2.0's from the same IP address? Does it even matter? And how effective are WEB 2.0 link wheels? I hear contradicting opinions. Obviously, its not going to be my only strategy.
     
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    (disclaimer: I'm no expert, I'm still a bit of a noob myself in many areas.)

    Anyway... The way I understand it, "IP diversity" refers to hosting, not your computer's IP address. So if you're making Web 2.0 sites with actual hosting and domains that you pay for, you shouldn't do it all from one hosting account. e.g. You need to make one from NameCheap, one from HostGator, one from BlueHost, etc. If you're just making free pages on Blogspot, Wordpress, and other free sites, I don't think you have to worry about it.

    I heard that link wheels make a larger "footprint" and might give your game away to Google. Most people on here say to build a link pyramid instead.
     
  3. resz9

    resz9 Regular Member

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    Some site like wordpress detect your ip address when registering new account..dont know how much account can you create using one ip..its best to use different ip for create bulk acc on one platform..link wheels still relevant..with random linking between your site in tier 1..
     
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    Avoid link wheel tbh, too much footprint
     
  5. NeoPat

    NeoPat Power Member

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    Yes you can if you do it manually because of the nature of doing it manually, it taking time etc if its automated with senuke or something then as far as i know its best not to as you will have a load of web2.0s popping up from the same ip so it leaves a footprint and is a crash course to getting your web2.0 taken down. If anyonexwants to dispute what i said feel free as im learning aswell
     
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    R0meo Senior Member

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    google has no possible way to pick up those IP addresses (except blogger as they own them), however mixing up username is clearly vital to cover footprints
     
  7. MadamX

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    As many of BHWer already said:

    - Your IP does not matter when you are creating web 2.0 blogs. Though you may have some restriction in opening multiple account with same IP in one web 2.0.
    - Use different user name/email address. Also keep blog title and blog name different in each.
    - Do not interlink these blogs as it may cause more harm than good. Instead use pyramid style.
    - Don't post just one article. Instead make it 5-10 articles posted at different interval
    - Do not put the same link from every post. Vary the number of anchor links (1, 2 or 3 maximum). If you are including 3 links, keep one link to external authority website
    - Make few posts with no link or link only to authority website like wikis, about, ehow and so on
    - Do not use default theme. Also change profile pics to make it look a genuine blog
     
  8. zee007

    zee007 Senior Member

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    I agree with everything you outlined. My only point of contention is how to create authority for the WEB 2.0's when you cant interlink them? Even in small 2-4 clusters?

    What would be the alternative strategy to gain authority for WEB 2.0's? Build links from blog comments and social bookmarks to the WEB 2.0's instead?
     
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    overkiller Newbie

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    AH, I've been doing things wrong! I hate this.