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Posting TWICE on same Web 2.0? (Lacking unique large list of Web 2.0s)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by crazy4cs, Sep 19, 2015.

  1. crazy4cs

    crazy4cs Junior Member

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    So I actually made list of 55 or more Web 2.0's before planning out execution and posting articles. But while I am posting to them now, almost half of them turned out to be crap. In the sense that 20% of them have disabled registrations, some requires phone verification or manual administrator verification and some just don't let me post/redirects to 404.

    So my question is, say 20-25 web 2.0's of those are working. And I already posted my money site link to them once. So, can I post TWICE on those same set of properties (of course different accounts and usernames) again? Or it is not really recommended?

    I would also appreciate if someone has a good list of TODAY's working Web 2.0's. I literally took 4-5 days scouring this forum and internet, sorted all manually by TF/CF and PR and then started posting on them. But still half of them turned out to be crap. So, I would appreciate if someone can also post their list of working web 2.0's which let's post articles.

    Thanks.
     
  2. ThopHayt

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    I wouldn't, but if the web2.0 has a LOT of pages and other links on it as well you might be able to do two. But whats the point given the extra risk?
     
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    i found some ;)
     
  4. crazy4cs

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    Hey,

    Appreciate your opinion.

    Perhaps you are getting mistaken. I am not telling or asking whether it'd be fine to post 2nd link from say, myblog.wordpress.com. What I am saying is, would it be fine to drop link to my money site (say domain.com) from myblog1.wordpress.com as well as 2nd username (myblog2.wordpress.com)?

    That way, different sub-domains/username I mean. :)
     
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    I believe that only quality content is main key for web 2.0 success/failure. if content is quality then it can help.
     
  6. crazy4cs

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    Uhm, the issue is not about quality content here, that's all good. I just want to know if it's okay to post TWICE links of same money site on same web 2.0 BUT DIFFERENT accounts/sub-domains (i.e. link to same money site on username1.wordpress.com and username2.wordpress.com). Of course, articles, images, etc all will be unique, each to it's own.
     
  7. TheSeoKraken

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    Yeah, there is nothing inherently wrong about that. As long as it's not the same, as you indicated they would not be, there's nothing wrong.

    As to the effectiveness of the links... I would say they are from 2 unique subdomains... not the same, so they would both be counted independently in your link before. Another way to look at it, if these were natural built links by others with blogs... Just because you have one wordpress blog linking to you, it doesn't mean you wouldn't want others linking to you as well. Right?

    My guess is, however, there would be diminishing returns. For instance... having 20 wordpress blogs linking to your site may not be as powerful as having 20 unique web 2.0 domains pointing back to you.

    Diversity in links is always better than focusing on one type of property.

    So, nothing wrong with doing that so long as it's not obvious.

    As for finding web 2.0s. I recommend signing up for fcs networker. That's where I got my list from. I use that to create my accounts, then manually log in and change themes, the about me, etc.

    Creating and auto posting leads to a footprint for the mods of these web2.0. Not hard to see which accounts are using the "account creation theme" with no updated widgets, about me, etc. That's why they get deleted.

    You have to show you've made some changes as opposed to create, log in, post article, leave. You are leaving a stinking turd in the bowl that is easily smelled out (even if it's unique content)... they simply flush it. You have to camoflauge everything so you look real.

    Hope this helped.

    -Sean
     
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  8. crazy4cs

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    Yeah, that helps.

    And I am not worried about auto posting since I manually do it all, including changing themes, settings, all of that!

    I believe I have checked all blogs on FCS Networker's list which was posted by someone here and took all the good, active ones.
     
  9. goldnote

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    Yes that's fine having 2 links per property from different accounts. Just do not use the same anchor text twice. Might be time to start looking into building a PBN.
     
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    It's a rule that you get only 1 unique backlink from the 1 domain. What you can do is link anchors to other of your articles from where you have got backlink...so in short backlink for backlink. This way you will be safe and I suggest you focus on this strategy instead of pointing anchors to your product pages.
     
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  11. crazy4cs

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    Hi yes, I already do focus on building PBN (already built a small one and continuing my search for more). I am keeping PBN links just for main anchors.

    Uhm, I am confused by this haha. Can you perhaps explain in detail?
     
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    Agree With abhi007!
     
  13. crazy4cs

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    I am not sure I got exactly what Abhi said. Can you please explain in simple terms? That statement was confusing to me. :)

    Thanks.
     
  14. abhi007

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    Check your pm....
     
  15. goldnote

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    Yeah don't feel bad, none of that made sense to me either, needs translating.