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Manually Submission Web 2.0's Tier 1

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by willinabox, Feb 9, 2013.

  1. willinabox

    willinabox Registered Member

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    Hey Guys,

    Anyone have a service for this? Outside of using tool.

    I figure, one of the big issue's nowdays is single submission articles being removed due to lack of authority. Hence why folks nowdays are creating mini web 2.0 sites to increase authority. Is there a service that manually submits your articles to web 2.0's or better yet, to accounts already set up with authority? Let me know if I'm making sense here.

    -Will
     
  2. FatSteve

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    I think it is better to buy expired domain, set up a blog on it and make a micro niche site out of it. In this case you will get an authority, control and guarantee that your content wont get removed.

    Free web 2.0's are nice, but as you pointed out, stuff gets deleted from them - I would not invest anything tier1 solid into free web2.0 just cause 6 months later it might be gone and all your subsequent link building efforts as well... So, if you are looking for a service - why not invest an allocated funds into building your own web2.0 sites that you actually own and control.
     
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  3. ThopHayt

    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Where do I find really cheap hosting for them? And can I host more than 1 per IP?

     
  4. FatSteve

    FatSteve Regular Member

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    pff... hostnine.com reseller account pack 1 - 24.95$/mo and you can easily get around 30 C+ IP addresses
     
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  5. KHer0

    KHer0 Senior Member

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    What you are asking for is something called : Outsource :D

    Go to BST and find some thread offering you an assistant. However if I were you I would just automate my web2.0. Yup, I will use my own selection of site, with my own selection of web2.0 but just automate a software to submit to them. Easy and Free ( Beside software charge of course ) :D
     
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    Increase the amount you link, keep the quality up, and you'll see more backlinks indexed.

    It really is easy making web2.0 with a macro and form filler. Quality stays up and you have complete control and access.
     
  7. ThopHayt

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    What one do you use?
     
  8. FatSteve

    FatSteve Regular Member

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    yeah, its all cool.. but if you are building tier1 out of them keep in mind that about 50% of them will be gone in 3 months "just because" and, in many cases I have seen that actual site admins take over your site as soon as you start getting traffic and you end up with the middle finger.

    IMHO focus your tier1 web2.0 on sites you own and can actually control - this way you can build elaborate pyramids and link wheels to your tier1 without fear that they will get banned or deleted.

    Again, simply my opinion on this whole deal. Free web2.0's are great for lower tiers - you can replenish them.. but not as good for your tier1 quality links... better own those domains and have control over them.

    My $0.02
     
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  9. Perfu

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    Do not get discouraged to create manual free web 2.0's with unique content. They simply work and definitely worth your attention.
     
  10. willinabox

    willinabox Registered Member

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    Thanks for feedback guys.

    Yeah lot more pessimism than I expected lol :)

    I'm thinking VA to manually post my web 2.0's at this point.

    -Will
     
  11. hardcorebiker

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    I was thinking to offer such service. As most of them automate web 2.0s. If there are real buyers to buy such service then I wont have a problem as I already have a team to do this stuff manually :)
     
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    Where to find cheap expired domain as well ?
     
  13. bigwillie

    bigwillie Newbie

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    I agree. It is not worth the risk in developing with them. Get an old domain yourself.
     
  14. dimitris

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    Web 2'0 platforms are yelling for good blogs since we are spamming them with single page non readable backlinks loaded content. Building a nice blogs manually with unique content, depending on your niche, can provide a solid ground for your tier 1 backlinks and even get them highly ranked. My manual created blogs has never been delited, but senuke blasted disappeared sooner or later.
     
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    To avoid your web2.0 getting deleted,

    1. update the profile with photo and other details
    2. post more than one article and post often. (i use the same blog to post backlinks to many urls of the same moneysite).
    3. post 1-2 links per article. mix it up with some 0 link article now and then.
    4. post manually (use a VA)

    most of your blogs will survive.

    FatSteve's idea is great too. You can easily get a PR 3 domain for 30$ or less. If you buy a 100, you can easily recover the cost in a year. Only problem is that it is good only for bulk seoers, not for someone with one moneysite with 5 pages.
     
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    We Provide this services at Cheap Rate..Yes You are Correct. 1 Post Web 2.0 Accounts get deleted. If done in Drip feed Pattern for 5-10 Posts it will be authority. and If you make a Pyramid of it it will be Huge.
     
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    I have never had a Web 2.0 deleted. We write everything in our tier 1's.
     
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    soothsayerpg Power Member

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    There are plenty of services at BST offering manual submissions, Or i think almost of them.

    One great aspect of web 2.0 is especially talilored or preferred now a days for Panda and Penguin update. I assume you know why, so i won't elaborate.

    And, yup, your almost all over the place :D
     
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    What's a VA?
     
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    Virtual Assistant