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How to prevent deletion of Web 2.0s?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by MarkWW, Mar 23, 2012.

  1. MarkWW

    MarkWW Regular Member UnGagged Attendee

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    I created about 12 Web 2.0 properties on 14th of March, added a post with a link back to my site, then blasted them according to a schedule.
    I completed their profiles as much as they asked, verified email and used an email at my website. I also changed the default theme/design and made it look nice.

    I just checked now and realized that my accounts at wikidot, and onsugar were deleted. How do you guys prevent this from happening?? should I feed my web 2.0 properties with articles that don't link to my website?
     
  2. phpbuilt

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    Onsugar deletes anything appearing commercial. The best thing you can do is make a web2.0 everywhere, forget about them and come back a week later. Those that remain, start building links to them.

    Eventually you'll figure out who is too picky according to your niche and style of writing.

    If you think its worth it ... you could try to fly under the radar with them (by posting stuff that doesn't seem commercial and then sticking a link in where you can). I don't think its worth it, there are plenty enough web2.0s that don't jerk SEOs around.
     
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    MarkWW Regular Member UnGagged Attendee

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    Yeah glad that it isnt my fault, thank you Phpbuilt for the great list.
     
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    You can keep your blogs up and running if you don't immediately add links to your posts.

    Add posts for a week/month and then add links if you're having that bad of luck with keeping your blogs from being deleted.
     
  6. EnlightenedOne

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    Yah, I have phpbuilt's list and I also have a very niche specific site that I am working on link-wheels with, so I can post to the same blogs more than once ... quality content if a moderator (or whoever) actually looks at it.
     
  7. jiggsaw

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    Tip #1 - Completely fill out profiles
    Tip #2 - Content quality somewhat decent
    Tip #3 - Add photos and/or videos to the posts
     
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    dont dupe content, make high quality content, post using diffent ips, dont spam you web 2.0's
     
  9. MarkWW

    MarkWW Regular Member UnGagged Attendee

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    jiggsaw yeah I did all above but it somehow wasnt enough for these two sites..
     
  10. finerpleasures

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    Try this - stop wasting your time. Build more than they can delete. onsugar deletes everything - so start learning from this - and start using automation . Save urself from this trauma.

    Peace.
     
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    Excuse me but I think by creating more with bad quality, you will eventually lose all the backlinks since they will be found over time so it's pretty useless long-term. Right?
     
  12. Flembot

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    You need to do 2 things...

    1. Create them with more content (maybe 5 artiles)
    2. Do not place links for a week or so and then go back and add them (hopefuly after they have been checked).
     
  13. jiggsaw

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    Some are just a pain in the ass and will always delete you. There are so many other web 2.0's to choose from. The ones that constantly delete you.... add them to your blacklist and move on.
     
  14. MarkWW

    MarkWW Regular Member UnGagged Attendee

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    That is exactly what I've done, even I edited my previous web 2.0 now they all have articles of at least %85 uniqueness and (and readable too). I will feed them now with articles without any link..