Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by weruncompanies, Nov 9, 2012.
*Virtually almost indestructible. Was wondering this.. Explain to me the negatives..
I didn't know they where indestructible?
surely not understand
This is a pretty vague thread !
You're asking why not use crappy fiverr gigs on 2.0's if they're buffer sites right?
Root domain is never going to get blacklisted, and it's hard to get the sub domain page de-indexed... And we see people over and over blasting Web 2.0's with massive number of links on the same platforms. So why not just outsource it to Fiverr, considering Fiverr links are horrible quality. Not to mention some BST here even do that with T1, T2.
The point about Web 2.0s is that you control them and you point them at your site. If one does get penalized then switch it off or point it elsewhere. So yes strictly speaking you can hit them hard with fiverr links if you wanted to
Not sure exactly what you are asking. If you could be more specific about your question, we could help you out.
I know people use web 2.0's as buffers and tiers and blast the hell out of them with spam links. Not sure they are indestructible or even valuable at that level. But supposedly they are not harmful to your site if used correctly.
I'm just not sure what you meant by "Why Not Fiverr?".... Give a little more detail on what you wanna know and you will get more detailed responses.
There are some good and bad Fiverr gigs. For example, the ones that send 50,000 live scrapebox links to a single web 2.0 page may be ok if they do not get all 50,000 links from 20 unique domains. lol But yes, web 2.0s can handle a lot of heat. Start passing out some $5 bills and watch it in action.
Some Fiverr gigs are okay to use on web 2.0s, it's when you start blasting your main sites with fiverr gigs that you wanna stay away from
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