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How to prevent web 2.0 from being deleted?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by danbarqami, Jan 31, 2017.

  1. danbarqami

    danbarqami Junior Member

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    Hey guys, title says it all.What is your own strategy for keeping your web 2.0 alive. Let's say I create a 2.0 with article, place my links and don't anything to it for 6 months, will it be deleted?
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    Why only 1 article?
    I set up my web2.0, fill in all profile data, make all the add-on pages(contact me, privacy policy, about me), then post an article without a link, then I set up a couple posts(5-20 articles), some with links, some without. I schedule those posts, then it just drop feeds out. Heck, post a couple articles closely together, then set one for 3 months out with a message "hey forgot to post for awhile, here is something I found recently" and link it out to your site. If done right, you can have a year of posts, looking natural.
    Now, why would an admin of a Web2.0 delete a site like that?

    You face possible deletion, if you post 1 article, no other information and then spam the shit out of the web2.0. Instead treat it like a little sales funnel, or as it's own site and it will last.
     
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  3. danbarqami

    danbarqami Junior Member

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    Thanks for your imput
     
  4. Shaunm

    Shaunm Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I have Web 2.0 account with articles made up of auto spin content still going strong.

    If you are planning to use a human created article then it should be fine. In my opinion the about us pages and stuff people advise is a waste of time.
     
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    If you put keyword as your username, in many case it will be short lived.. also don't spam with spammy backlinks such as guestbook,trackback,comment, etc
     
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    If you are using unique content and manual written article helps to prevent from web 2.0 being deleted.
     
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    Try just to create it manually, then fill as many as unique profile details and fill it with unique content.

    Try sometimes to visit it, maybe add some content without any links and some generic like welcome post to potential visitors etc. etc.

    Anything what real person would do with a web2.0 account will increase your survivability rate...
     
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    keywordspot Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Try this to prevent web 2.0s from being deleted,
    • Create some high-quality and unique content (max 5 articles with each 400+ words minimum). Include some photos and videos in your post.
    • Insert links after a week and be random with link placement.
    • Schedule your posts. Do not post all posts in one day.
     
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    Make a strategy for your web 2.0, Don't make it spammy or looks spammy. Always go for manual approch and post Content Unique on that.

    Its a kind of White hat approch but its the most safest apporch for web 2.0
     
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  10. 710fla

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    Schedule your posts months apart. Post one or two articles then you can set it to post 1 article every 4 months. That's 8 articles for 2 years. You could honestly probably even post less than that.

    My theory is that a web 2.0 site isn't likely to close an account with posts in their scheduling queue. So if you have a post set to publish 8 months from today there's a high chance that account will stay alive.

    I use generated content that's 99% unique. It reads pretty decent. Just a lack of flow, like someone with ADHD wrote it.

    Google can't tell if a program created it, just looks like someone with not so good writing skills.
     
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    I think scheduling posts is a nice idea. You should schedule some posts for future and don't put your money site's link in every post.
     
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    Just treat it like your own lil mini site and use it sensibly and you should be good.
     
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    NO affiliate links.
    HQ manual content (can have grammar issues or spelling mistakes).
    either link pyramid or less spam behind.

    and some providers are more or less picky, wordpress and livejournal are the worst ..

    and, to remind you: your competitors can always report your links ;)