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High authority blog networks.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ilim72, Jan 23, 2014.

  1. ilim72

    ilim72 Regular Member

    Sep 2, 2010
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    Hi guys,
    What would be general opinion on question that bothers me. When you create web 2.0 blog networks would you go for hundred different domains say blogs PR2 - PR9.
    There are only few high PR (7-9) high authority blogs, usually there is like 10 out of 100. Rest of them PR2 - PR6. If you would have option to create 1000 accounts on those 100 domains, would you spread them equally among
    all those domains? Would you put most of the blogs on those 10 high authority domains and rest spread on others or will you put all of them on those 10 authority sites. I prefer to believe that majority of good blogs spread on those
    10 or so popular blogs like wordpress, tumbler and so on and there is no real benefits putting part of your network on those less known blog sites. I am thinking if I would create one blog today manually I would definitely create it on one of those popular ones.
    What is your opinion on it?
  2. xenergy81

    xenergy81 Junior Member

    Jul 6, 2009
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    Full time Online Marketer & Software Engineer
    One of good principles in SEO is diversity. So in your case, I would choose to spread it over 100 blogs, rather than just put it on the top 10 blogs.
    Although you can put more efforts to maintain the top 10 blogs.
  3. ilim72

    ilim72 Regular Member

    Sep 2, 2010
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    No questions, diversity is good, but where would you create blog if you needed one. You would probably go to tumblr blogger or wordpress and that is where I think most of the real blogs are. So if you got all your blog links form those 10 it could look natural as most people go there for blogs, would not it?
  4. xenergy81

    xenergy81 Junior Member

    Jul 6, 2009
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    Full time Online Marketer & Software Engineer
    Right. But actually there're a lot of free blogs available from small community forums other than those top 10. Or you can create your own blog network. High PR blog network is one of the most powerful SEO backlink these days. I know its not cheap, but it worth if you know what you're doing.
  5. fxphil

    fxphil Senior Member

    Jul 16, 2010
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    Retired - Thanks to SEO
    Red, White and Blue
    I literally just posted this list in another thread so duplicate content is on the rise here, but here is a list of variety.

    PR 9
    1. wordpress.com
    2. bloglines.com
    PR 8
    3. weebly.com
    4. typepad.com
    5. blogger.com
    6. livejournal.
    7. tumblr.com
    8. squidoo.com
    9. tripod.lycos.com
    10. blogspot.co.uk
    11. scribd.com
    12. groups.google.com
    13. areavoices.com
    PR 7
    14. angelfire.com
    13. wikispaces.com
    15. my.opera.com
    16. multiply.com
    17. xanga.com
    19. blogsome.com
    20. jimdo.com
    21. webs.com
    22. ning.com
    23. wikidot.com
    24. zoho.com
    25. angelfire.lycos.com
    26. webnode.com
    27. storify.com
    28. officelive.com
    29. posterous.com
    30. rediff.com
    31. salon.com
    PR 6
    32. bigadda.com
    33. wetpaint.com
    34. blogspirit.com
    35. opendiary.com
    36. gather.com
    37. weblogs.us
    38. blog.com
    39. blog.co.uk
    40. hubpages.com
    41. diaryland.com
    42. zimbio.com
    43. quizilla.teennick.com
    44. sosblog.com
    45. 21publish.com
    46. 43things.com
    47. buzzle.com
    48. diaryland.com
    49. onsugar.com
    50. blog.de
    51. webstarts.com
    52. webspawner.com
    53. twoday.net
    54. moonfruit.com
    55. blogreaction.com
    56. getjealous.com
    57. freeblog.hu
    58. journalspace.com
    59. soup.io
    60. springnote.com
    61. travelblog.org
    62. ucoz.com
    PR 5
    63. tblog.com
    64. 20six.co.uk
    65. blog.ca
    66. hubpages.com
    67. blurty.com
    68. upsaid.com
    69. tabulas.com
    70. terapad.com
    71. shoutpost.com
    72. thoughts.com
    73. blogskinny.com
    74. free-conversant.com
    75. freeflux.net
    76. blinkweb.com
    77. ever.com
    78. zoomgroups.com
    79. beep.com
    80. blog.hr
    81. blogdrive.com
    82. blogetery.com
    83. zoomshare.com
    84. snappages.com
    85. ohlog.com
    86. insanejournal.com
    87. soulcast.com
    88. 350.com
    89. alivenotdead.com
    90. devhub.com
    91. ewebsite.com
    92. flixya.com
    93. freehostia.com
    94. hazblog.com
    95. hpage.com
    96. livelogcity.com
    97. visualsociety.com
    98. webgarden.com
    PR 4
    99. 2itb.com
    100. blogge.rs
    101. bloggum.com
    102. bloghi.com
    103. doomby.com
    104. flukiest.com
    105. fotopages.com
    106. freeblogspot.org
    107. hipero.com
    108. inube.com
    109. iseekblog.com
    110. myblogsite.com
    111. mytripjournal.com
    112. mywapblog.com
    113. spi-blog.com
    114. wallinside.com
    115. wikipages.com
    116. yousaytoo.com
    117. bcz.com
    118. blogster.com
    119. honmag.com
    120. iblog.at
    121. spyuser.com
    122. weblogplaza.com
    123. blogpico.com
    124. blogtext.org
    125. edublogs.org
    126. evood.com
    127. publr.com
    128. uwcblog.com 
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  6. lmxftw

    lmxftw BANNED BANNED

    Mar 11, 2013
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    diversity is good when emulating organic shares.

    having 100 web 2.0's dedicated to a single website's SEO project is too much. You're basically telling Google that you built the links in an attempt to increase your PR/SERP ... which is frowned upon.

    Even 10 is a big number... G has nothing against you trying to get traffic from different sources so making 100 web 2.0's with n0follow links will never attract any kind of 'bad review' from Google... but having 100 d0follow links in some thin content web 2.0's will eventually hurt you :)

    If you build them however, make sure you store the login info so you can alter the links once your manual penalty comes :)

    I suggest you try a different approach:

    1. build 100 web 2.0's
    2. make them landing pages with a 'blog' section
    3. have a n0follow link on the landing page template directed at your site
    4. rank the blog section through spam for general search terms in your niche ( if you're targeting poop scoopers do some blogs related to dogs)
    5. once you get enough content within your blog either change the landing page link into a d0follow or add a d0follow link in a fresh article posted in the blog section

    and I cannot stress this enough... I think I might add it to my signature just so everyone can see it:

    build 'doubtful' links to a page on your domain, NOT THE MAIN DOMAIN, a page which has a SINGLE d0follow link pointed at your MAIN DOMAIN.
    this way, when the penalty comes, you can either change the link into a n0follow or just have the page removed completely and keep your domain safe, and with all the moz metrics unscathed.

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    Last edited: Jan 23, 2014
  7. accelerator_dd

    accelerator_dd Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

    May 14, 2010
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    IM Wonderland
    You'd be much better off with niche web2.0s than the general ones everyone is using.
  8. ilim72

    ilim72 Regular Member

    Sep 2, 2010
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    Thanks, I guess there is no golden rule here and opinions are different. I was just thinking that putting all accounts to those top 10 sites will rise less suspicion than if you spread them evenly to all those available blogs. At the same time there are quite few those that are from PR5 and up so I guess it would be not bad to include them as well. Everything that is below it I think mostly used by bots or very specialize niche.
  9. b520fp0

    b520fp0 Regular Member

    Aug 29, 2010
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    Not familiar with the term "doubtful link"?

    So 100 web 2.0 sites with 1 link from each pointing to 1 page on website, and this one page points to the home page or page you want to keep and rank? Or when you say Domain are you implying the links should point to a page on a subdomain which then points to a page on your main domain?

    Either way, this sounds very useful. But wouldn't a manual penalty still be against the whole site? But at least if the rest of you link profile is fine, you could remove and submit for reconsideration. So I guess the key would be to make sure all you other links would pass a manual review.

  10. Blackhat_Guru

    Blackhat_Guru Regular Member Premium Member

    Mar 6, 2009
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    San Francisco, California
    Creating a high pr blog network is not as expensive as it used to be. Their are many $1 hosting services you can use to build your network. Great way to build your own cheap C class IP network with maximum IP diversity.
  11. mindlesswizard

    mindlesswizard Supreme Member

    Sep 3, 2010
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    in the shade of Everest

    That's one wise advice mate ! I will too take care of that :)
  12. bughumm

    bughumm Junior Member

    Jun 7, 2009
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    Content is key. How do you handle content for posting in your network?