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Help - Web 2.0 Authority Rankings

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by shapeshift3r, May 14, 2009.

  1. shapeshift3r

    shapeshift3r Junior Member

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    I'm creating a link network out of mostly web 2.0 properties. Knowing that not all web 2.0 properties are made equal I've decided to consider how I'll do my linking a little more carefully.

    I want to choose more googly loved sites as my main providers of juice while the lesser known sites will be used to help build juice indirectly.

    Which sites do you believe are most loved by google?

    My current thinking is:
    hubpages
    squidoo
    wordpress

    Anyone have others to add to the list? Or believe there are some I should remove from the list?

    Thanks guys.

    Shape.
     
  2. Haspel

    Haspel Power Member

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    You can try these

    zimbio.com
    quizilla.com
    ning.com
    tumblr.com
    weebly.com
    vox.com
    scribd.com
    xanga.com
     
  3. rabenus

    rabenus Junior Member

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    I would just like to add gather.com
     
  4. aurora ice

    aurora ice Newbie

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    why don't you put blogger in your list????? google love it..
     
  5. XRay

    XRay Junior Member

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    Add Kaboodle and Wetpaint. Also big G loves EzineArticles, GoArticles & ArticleBase.

    Word of advice re: Hubpages. I would submit my better content there - original and in the 400 words or more range - to make it worthwhile. Don't get link happy - more than 2 links to the same page will get flagged as "overly promotional".

    If you have a low hub score (40 or lower) or your author score is less than 75your links will be no - follow.

    There's more info that can help you here:
    HTML:
    http://hubpages.com/hub/Hubscore


    You can boost your author score by posting helpful, non-spammy info in the forums. Will also help you pick up fans, which will help boost your author score.
     
    Last edited: Jun 7, 2009