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Mixing two languages in one web 2.0?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by darkinferno, Nov 28, 2015.

  1. darkinferno

    darkinferno Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Hello all

    I plan on using web 2.0 to rank my keyword in my local language. Most of web 2.0 services here are using english articles for the content. I can live with that as long the english content is relevant. But sometimes i have something in my mind and want to write it down in my local language as article for my products. Is there any problem to use english and non-english articles in one web 2.0? Is it natural?

    Other question: Is it okay if i use english content in tier 1 and non-english content in tier 2?
     
  2. diesel1

    diesel1 Senior Member

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    You can use English and non-English languages in the same web 2.0

    First publish an English article without links, get it moderated, and roughly 2-3 weeks thereafter publish your non-English article(s).

    Moderators tend to remove non-English content rather fast thus a combination of languages are a better idea; see paragraph 3(a) on this thread ... http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...content-anchors-english-sites-vice-versa.html
     
  3. darkinferno

    darkinferno Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Got it, will do as you said

    Thank you for the knowledge

    So you recommend to put english and non-english version into one page? How's the result?

    Any problem with the keyword optimization? Because you will have double keyword density on one page for english and non-english articles