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Getting all my web 2.0 indexed

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by mootonandy, Dec 22, 2010.

  1. mootonandy

    mootonandy Supreme Member

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    Hi,

    I have got about 25% of my web 2.0 properties indexed. I did a huge scrapebox blast to autoapprove blogs and a 10K xrumer blast too. My blog is just a few pages away from page 1 of google now for the k/w's I'm targeting. So if I can get most of the web 2.0 indexed I think it will give me the extra push I need to get on page 1. Any ideas how it can be done please?
     
  2. homenet

    homenet Power Member

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    Firstly, do you have original content on the web 2.0's?
     
  3. mootonandy

    mootonandy Supreme Member

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    Someone else did it for me so I am not sure.
     
  4. albaniax

    albaniax Elite Member

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    I got all my web 2.0 properties indexed with just a Scrapebox blast on a auto-approve blog list. All in all, about 1.000 live links to 6 properties - Everything was in a few days indexed after that.

    I used translated content from English to German, so that may be the point, why your's didn't got indexed.
     
  5. homenet

    homenet Power Member

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    One the most common reasons your web 2.0's wont get indexed is because of dupe content or badly spun content. I would suggest that could be your issue.
     
  6. mootonandy

    mootonandy Supreme Member

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    It may well be. I like that idea of translating to german though. Do you think if I logged into them and translated them to other languages it might give them another chance to get indexed?
     
  7. nikoman

    nikoman Regular Member

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    I recently discovered if you post original content on a blogger blog google index it immediately. There you can link to your WEB 2.0 it works for profile links too.

    This only have worked to me doing all the linking contextually, place in a blogger blog something like this:
    That how it works for me. In addition, your WEB 2.0 should have unique content too. Google is getting to picky for indexing pages without value. If you are too lazy you will have trouble indexing all those properties.
     
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  8. mootonandy

    mootonandy Supreme Member

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    I'm doing an RSS ping on some of the unindexed ones, see if that helps. Thanks guys.
     
  9. emailpays

    emailpays Newbie

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    When I faced the same problem, this is what i tried and worked well. I made 2-3 posts per property all spun content. Every time i made a new post, i followed it with a ping and the indexing ratio increased drastically.
     
  10. mootonandy

    mootonandy Supreme Member

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    Do you mean posted blog comments that linked to them?
     
  11. mikey9991

    mikey9991 Regular Member

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    When it passes copyspace, does it mean google will not see it as a duplicate content? Just wondering what you gurus think.

    Mike