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Do you use doc sharing site for SEO?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by offwhite, Jul 3, 2013.

  1. offwhite

    offwhite Regular Member

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    If you use doc sharing sites for seo, how powerful do you think this is for link juice compared to say wiki's , blog commenting, web 2's etc
    Second question - do you blast one doc to loads of sites or make unique article for each doc sharing site?
    Third question - lets say you set up an account with (amongst others) scribd and submit a document -when you want to promote another site do you use the same login or do you set up a new account?
    Fourth question - do you use unique content?
    Fifth question - do you format the text with headings, bold italic etc and how many words do you think is ideal
    Sixth question - how many documents at each doc sharing site do you link back to your site?

    That'll do for now
    Thanks!
    PS Ideally these questions are aimed at people who actually use this technique!;)
     
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    aspe_heat Power Member

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    queenseo Newbie

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    I usually get a 500 word doc,spin it and submit to various sites with doc marketing robot.
     
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    Asif WILSON Khan Executive VIP Premium Member

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    I use it for link diversity. I think it is being replaced with infographics these days.
     
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    timmey Newbie

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    I was just wondering this myself and registered here to get an answer :) thanks for the thread, hope we get some real answers.
     
  7. offwhite

    offwhite Regular Member

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    Thanks for those tht provided links.

    I only do small scale manual link building. My biggest question is this:

    If I set up a web 2 for linking to one of my sites say with jimdo.com, then when it comes to promoting another site I will set up a completely new account with jimdo.
    If I set up an account with scribd and upload one document with one link, when it comes to promoting my other sites through doc sharing sites shoulsd i set up a separate scribd account for easch one at scribd or is it ok for SEO purposes to have lots of articles from one account linking to different onews of my sites?
     
  8. blackhatninza

    blackhatninza Registered Member

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    Consider it just like web2.0s blogs. You create seperate account for each site, just like that you create seperate account for every site on scribd or docstoc. GL
     
  9. ghostbot

    ghostbot Registered Member

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    Ofcourse i do, I use a tool which submit on around 20-30 doc sharing site including docstoc, scribd etc
     
  10. PeaceLoveSubmission1

    PeaceLoveSubmission1 Regular Member

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    The High PR doc sharing sites can work well, Try and post on the quality ones as some of the lowrr quality ones are spammed to hell these days.
     
  11. rrocha80

    rrocha80 Junior Member

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    Is better use the same technique of web 2.0, one account per site, only to security.