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List of 30 best do-follow web 2.0s?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by paligap351, May 27, 2013.

  1. paligap351

    paligap351 Junior Member

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    I'm wondering if somebody could help me out. I'm trying to find out exactly which platforms I should use for my 30 blogs.

    Also, how many of these can be Wordpress? I would like them all to be WP, but that's not good right?

    Thank you for helping out a newbie
     
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    I'm sure they are all do-follow. Most popular is atleast.
     
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    mrorzio Regular Member

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    Go to downloads - then look at the various list. There are tons in there already ready for you to look at. One is actually a list of every site you need to build a manual link on - if you did build them all and did a few small blast to them then you would rank for most keywords... I tested it.
     
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    Many are converting to Nofollow. Any list over a few months old is likely to be wrong as many (most) WEB20 sites are converting to nofollow links as soon as their admins and coders can implement the changes.

    It's getting to the point that the value of this "Rel" is oging to be pointless as the dataset of d0f0ll0w will b e that small that to extrapolate anything meaningful from such a small dataset (such as a sites authority) would be statistically meaningless.
    As PR effectively dies on August 15th 2015 anyway - I expect Google don't care about this much one way or the other.

    Scritty
     
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    What do you mean when you say PR will die on August 15th 2015?
     
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    perfect10 Regular Member

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    PR dies on 15th August 2015 when Standford Universities patent on it expires and Google no longer have exclusive rights to the technology.
    D0follow is dying a very rapid death now.

    Eaplaination here
     
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    naweed Junior Member

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    Google will no more have exclusive rights but they will still be able to use it. Why will they stop using it? Because other search engines wii use it too?
     
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    ^^^^^^^^^^^ This

    It will be replaced for sure - maybe with something quite similar - but anyone would be allowed to backward engineer it - use it themselves etc. That's not in Google's interest.
    Amazing to think it's almost 23 years since Larry invented it. Predates Google by almost 10 years!!

    The bigger issue is d0f0ll0w. To have any meaning - then the dataset that a sites PR authority is based on needs to be pretty big otherwise statistically it is either pure luck or deliberate "PR farming" - and Google have made it clear they don't want to reward luck or PR farming.

    When many sites had d0f0ll0w links this was fine. But as the dataset potential decreases at the rate it's decreasing now the metric that is derived from it gets more and more meaningless. Just think of the major WE2.0's that offered d0f0llow even 18 months ago. and have now put "rel = n0f0ll0w" on all their outbounds.
    Until 6 months ago d0f0ll0w was a MASSIVE boost to SERPS - it's decreasing in effectivenes by the day - and sharply.

    This is precisely due to the approaching end of the PR license and the shrinking d0f0ll0w dataset

    Scritty