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Do you still use one article per web 2.0 ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wriper, Sep 26, 2013.

  1. wriper

    wriper Senior Member

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    Hi guys,

    I would like to ask if everybody is using more than 1 article per web 2.0

    I use usually 3-5 400 words articles which are related to niche of my website and then put some links to other websites and my main website.

    But I am curious if posting one 1000 words article per one web 2.0 would work same or better? Is there anyone who prefer one long article than more smaller articles?
     
  2. lostchiekurs

    lostchiekurs Junior Member

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    I am usually posting 5 articles per web 2.0 and also link to other high authority resource as well, not only the money site, so far it working well, but don't forget to build some links on top of those web 2.0, doesn't matter if manually or automatically. Good luck!
     
  3. lmxftw

    lmxftw BANNED BANNED

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    add 1 article with 2-3 links (HIGH DA) and let it sit for ~ 1-2 weeks ...
    add another article in 1-2 weeks with your link
    spam the crap out of the first article
     
  4. nanavlad

    nanavlad Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Nearly the same system as me
    except I mix up the number
    sometimes 3 sometimes 7 or 8

    Not sure if it necessar though
    but it looks more natural
     
  5. Montgomery76

    Montgomery76 Registered Member

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    I usually use 4-6 articles depending on competition.

    1 main article of 1000 words
    3-5 supporting LSI articles of 300-500 words

    Main article link to other authority resources. Of course I always build links TO the web 2.0 main page to make it more powerful.
     
  6. RosuC

    RosuC Regular Member

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    Some are saying that Google will focus on Web 2.0 now - how Google can focus on the articles published on Web 2.0 and how it can make the difference between the automatic and manual article submission ? This will be a funny thing to be followed :)
     
  7. ficfroc

    ficfroc Regular Member

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    did you mean the second article ? actually the article holding the link to your website ?

    I think bulding directly to the main page is lless effective than actually linking to the targeted article in your web 2.0.
     
  8. cyberbrute

    cyberbrute Registered Member

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    I post 4-6 article and link only 3 of them to look natural, blast some wiki links!

    it is working perfect for me!
     
  9. innosoft

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    instead of putting long article, break into 3 articles and post at different intervals ;)
     
  10. bradmaven

    bradmaven Newbie

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    I have been using a technique I found here a while ago to create some top notch 2.0's that stick around.

    I just use Dragonspeak to talk about my subject for fifteen to twenty minutes, this usually gives me around 1500 words, which I then break up into a few different posts. Optimise at least one of the posts (500 ish words, titles, keywords, add images and video all keyword related) and drip these out over a few days or even couple of weeks. Then blast them. This has been working amazingly for me, yeah, it is a bit more work but I haven't had any 2.0s removed or deleted since I started doing this.