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Posting my website content to web 2.0 with a link back to my website, is it correct?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by uznajabeen, Jul 20, 2014.

  1. uznajabeen

    uznajabeen BANNED BANNED

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    hi
    i am using a wp plugin, it basically loads up web 2.0 sites and it posts the whole content of a post to that web2.0 and also provide a link back to my site.
    i just want to ask, will google count it as plagiarism , am i safe doing this? the plugin is really amazing!!
     
  2. wblteam

    wblteam Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    IMO you will get no benefit doing that as links from such sites to yours will give you no SEO value and your web2.0 sites will not rank as well to get traffic to send to you.
     
  3. craigdoctor

    craigdoctor Registered Member

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    Not really. Maybe just a little bit but doing that won't help your site the way you want it to. Those web 2.0 will have some link juice(barely) and they pretty much just serve as just another link to your link portfolio but doesn't hold much value.
     
  4. iamleewalker

    iamleewalker Junior Member

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    I agree with the above. Such links won't do magic for your website. There is low chance they will be considered plagiarism, but they won't bring you much juice either. I suggest you do guest blogging for proper link building and link to your site. Just make sure that you don't duplicate content on the guest blog, but create unique articles.
     
  5. mindmaster

    mindmaster Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I see a lot of opinions, but no facts. Have any of you actually tested this?

    OP, there was a thread of someone testing this method and the results were encouraging. Maybe you can find that thread.
     
  6. Mark101

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    Some website (hubspot and squidoo) don't allow to have duplicate, and I wonder how good it could do to your original website to have the same content shared in multiple websites..
     
  7. IMCapitalist

    IMCapitalist Senior Member

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    post on only good web 2.0s
     
  8. aka sam

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    I wont advice you to use that plugin. Better, write separate articles for the web 2.0 and get a link back to your blog post.
     
  9. aquans

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    I would not do this to often to Web 2.0 sites and if I did use low search keywords, you can get some credit for it but there are better methods to spend your time. Try to build a PBN or get some high quality links from sites comments. FYI, I have a nice little tool I use to find high quality sites where I can leave comments... :)