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Need example of making ONE web 2.0 link

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ramenman, Feb 22, 2012.

  1. ramenman

    ramenman Power Member

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    hey guys i have always wondered what people mean by making high PR web 2.0 links

    can any one give me a example of how to make 1 simple web 2.0 link?

    thank u
     
  2. rebbeca

    rebbeca Regular Member

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    Tumblr webpage with your moneysite link in it.

    I just learned that today

    And its called tier 1

    Tier 2 would be a page linking to tier 1
     
  3. mcgoohan6

    mcgoohan6 Power Member

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    Register for sites like Blogger.com, Wordpress.com, Hubpages.com etc.

    Flesh out the profile and put some content on the site (original will have a better chance of sticking in the long haul, but that takes time). In the text of your post(s) insert a link with your keyword as your anchor text:

    Code:
    <a href="http://yoursite.com">Your Keyword</a>
    Just put one or two links to your site in the text and consider linking one of your links to an inner page and one to the root domain.

    Check out PHPBuilt's Web 2.0 thread for a comprehensive list:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...list-over-100-updated.html?highlight=phpbuilt
     
  4. TheMatrix

    TheMatrix BANNED BANNED

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    Here's a sample for you.

    Code:
    http://link-building-service-seo.tumblr.com/post/17558378664/tips-for-choosing-an-seo-link-building-service
    100% manual.
     
  5. MrBeastsOnToast

    MrBeastsOnToast Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    ive been a bit confused on 2.0's recently, tried searching but cant seem to find the theads (that im sure exist) that answers my question.

    why does the PR of the site matter (ie tumblr.com) when new blogs are pr n/a?

    Does the sites PR somehow filter down into individual blogs? I cant seem to find ways that this would happen / links to make this happen.

    Would appreciate any input
     
  6. download

    download Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I don't think the actual PR of the domain really matters, actually - only the actual page the link is placed on.
     
  7. zmoney

    zmoney Senior Member

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    Good PR on the root means more link juice will flow down.... so they say, obviously, all your web 2.0's are going to be N/A...... I just throw them on any old 2.0 thats available :) It's up to you to link your web 2.0 and give it some PR/juice.
     
  8. MrBeastsOnToast

    MrBeastsOnToast Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Thats what i thought originally.

    But i saw a thread about making typepad blogs yesterday (because the root is pr8) and asked the same question in that thread and got told to do some more research on understanding 2.0's

    i came back empty handed and still cant seem to find an answer.
     
  9. MrBeastsOnToast

    MrBeastsOnToast Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yup thats what ive been doing too :) - see my post above for the reason i ask, i cant see any reason why the root pr would be passed to the 2.0pr (unless there is some kind of featured / new blogs thing on a home page of the root - which seems unreasonable to factor into a campaign strategy)