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How to write content for the web 2.0 sites ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by myfault, May 26, 2013.

  1. myfault

    myfault Power Member

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    I was stuck in this seo part. Suppose i want to submit an article to top 30 web 2.0 sites, so i have to hire writer to write 30 unique content or should i only get 10 content and spun it. Is there anything else to make web 2.0 more unique. Please advice.
     
  2. innozemec

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    For about 10 web 2.0s i use same spun article

    The unique content, the better... but i am happy with the results so far, and sticking to that number..
     
  3. myfault

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    How is your percentage for copyscape ?

    If i have to create another topic article, should I need to recreate another web 2.0 accounts or I will use the same accounts to post new article topics ?
     
  4. innozemec

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    i don't check my article uniqueness..

    for each different topic it is good to create new set of accounts and new web 2.0s as if you use same for all your projects and they get in trouble all of them are gone
     
  5. myfault

    myfault Power Member

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    so if i post only one article than may be later than 2-3 month sites will delete my post, will they identify i am spamming there ?
     
  6. ButcherPete

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    It's generally recommended that you have all unique articles for Tier 1 backlinks, at least.

    When I create Web 2.0 sites, I always do the following things:
    - Change the default theme, fill out the "About Me" and whatnot; actually make it look like a real page and not the work of a spam bot
    - Make one post with the backlink in it, as well as a couple other unrelated links to make it look realistic.
    - Once in a while, log back in and make a small post. Usually just a paragraph or two; maybe 200 words. Or just a link to some news article related to the niche and something like "This is quite a revelation; this could change the world of [niche] forever!"
     
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    incognito876 Regular Member

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    As above. I make mine look real and make more than a single post.
     
  8. innozemec

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    well, no matter what you do, some sites will delete you either fast or after time.. so don't expect 100% sticky rate..

    To increase the life of your sites you can do the things ButcherPete advice. I personally don't have time for all those things, i just create, change theme, post article and forget..

    You must start building and trying it out things and with the time you will tweak your methods and find what works best for you, as for everybody it is all different..
     
  9. citizenx28

    citizenx28 Regular Member

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    Always use unique content. Be on safe side for long time.
    And if you are getting 10 articles then I would suggest not to spin each articles. You would get better result in spinning all 10 articles in one go. Uniqueness would be higher in that case.
     
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    I write 1 unique article with links to my site and others.
    I make an about me page.
    I write around 5 other posts rambling about shit within the niche.

    To make it stick and not get deleted, I dripfeed those posts (wordpress schedule)
    After that's all done, I forget about it an make another one. (Still building backlinks to it of course)

    Theres a thread on here that goes in depth of that and that's how I started doing my web 2.0s
     
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    alexchan338 Newbie

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    spun articles would do it. You can hire to write one article and then spin it to 70-90% uniqueness.
     
  12. sire243

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    I write about 20-30 seed articles (over the span of a month) then drip feed them to all my web 2.0's. My seed article usually is about 4-10 paragraphs. Then I rewrite each sentence about 4-5 times. Then I put them through TBS, and spin them on word level. After, I just manually read the content, and add my own word spins.

    By the time I'm done I usually have a 5,000 word seed article and each output makes about 2-3 paragraphs of content for each page. (about 300 words) My articles never fail copyscape and on every site, I randomize the structure of the paragraphs, the sentences, the images, and the links.

    I'm actually writing a seed article now. So far it's about 2000 words and I still have like two and a half more paragraphs. (This one is really small) If you're spinning, and I really do recommend it since it's cheaper, you should never just do word spin because the more you use the article, the less unique it is. Do paragraph spin, then sentence spin, and then word spin. You should be able to get at least 1,000+ articles from a short seed article. (If you bought those it would've cost you about $5,000 @ $1/100 words)
     
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  13. Camouf

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    Some people comment on my web 2.0 sites. I can approve these comments if I want to. Would it help in ranking a web 2.0 blog itself if I approve these comments, to show there is some activity going on?
     
  14. sire243

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    Yeah definitely do this. Make sure the comment are all relevant to the post though.
     
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    Manual is best if you have the time. Unique content is best (if you have the time)
    If you are a big affiliate with hundreds or in some cases thousands of individual UIRL's to promote across dozens (or hundreds) of sites, then this really isn't a realistic way to proceed though and you need to outsource or automate.

    But if you are a "one site" Johnny - with only 4 or 5 URL's to promote within that site then writing say 150 articles a month (30 per URL) is certainly the safest approach. Depending on how quick you write this could be 2 days work or take several weeks to do. If SEO is your main job though - then that's the way to do it.

    I still write a load of my own stuff, everything that goes on my own sites is written by me or my VA and although I use WORDAI 2.0 to spin - the seed articles for my 1st tier are all original to begin with as well. THey all read very well even after spinning.

    After all - when they rank themselves after a while I want to get click through from my first tier - not just link juice - and no-one in their right mind clicks through garbage.

    Scritty
     
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    Yeah manual is powerful right now,yes it's more work but then it's a great way to weed out people who are lazy and then say web 2's don't work.Google is unlikely to do much wih web 2's they are an integral part of alot of genuine people,they will however be able to tell spun content from a way off.I have heard the new word AI 2 is good off the bat (Turin spin).I actually rareely automate these now,no value in one post wonders,personally 15-20 posts min,categories are changed,different themes,photos,video,the fact is a good web 2 is as much work as a real one and G knows that,they also know most don't bother so if you do bother you'll enjoy the benefits.Works well for me.
     
  17. Junkfood00

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    Either go total unique or all spun, making a mix doesn't make sense. I mean that where mentioned to buy 10 unique articles and spin them. You could spin any article and achieve the same results.
     
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    Are most of your web2s still indexed these days? Do you all check for this?
     
  19. rubysmith

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    Better safe than sorry. Posting unique articles on web 2.0 sites can help on your SEO campaign. Be sure to make your web 2.0 sites more appealing and legit. Manage the sites once in a while, post brief articles and make updates two to three times a week if possible.