how many links from a web 2.0 is enough? Whats the best way when posting links?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by JohnyJ, Jan 7, 2012.

  1. JohnyJ

    JohnyJ Junior Member

    Sep 19, 2011
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    sorry for posting 2 threads in a row,

    I'm going to start building web 2.0 links manually

    i have 2 questions,

    1. what is the best way to do this, i'm thinking of doing 3 posts, 2-3 links per post, 300 - 350 words per post on 1 page, totaling about 1000 words.

    2. Once ive got a link from the top 100 web 2.0 sites, blogger, wordpress etc, should i carry on creating new pages on these sites to create more links, even though i already have a link from this domain.

    If i had 10 on each site for example would it give me much more juice than if i had 5 from each site?

    i'm also planning to blast the shit out of these sites and possibly use some spun content ones as part of a link wheel

  2. IamBlackhatter

    IamBlackhatter Elite Member

    Feb 26, 2011
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    Software Developer
    It's better to repeat the same process even if you have already created 100 links to get a link juice
  3. _alpha

    _alpha Registered Member

    Dec 3, 2011
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    I'd try something more like this:

    1. 2-4 posts, 1-2 links per post, 400+ words per post (hey 600+ is even better)....unique content here

    2. If you really do the top 100 (see phpbuilt's thread if you need a list of good web 2.0s...), that's an amazing first tier and that's more than enough for web 2.0s in the first tier. You may still do some high PR article directories, relevant high PR blog comments, social bookmarks, etc, directly to money site, but that should be more than enough in terms of web 2.0s

    3. Build same or lesser quality tier2 on same 100 sites, pointing to tier1. Maybe look in BST and do some fancier tiers that link both to tier1 and to money site (there's one service in particular I'm thinking of, can dig up the name if need be). Content on these should be semi-quality, maybe not quite the same as tier1, but not horrible either. Mass article submissions to tier1. Mass social bookmark. Mass SB blasting to tier1 and any other sites created in this get the idea.

    4. ...

    5. Profit..??