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[Q] Web 2.0's linking to multiple sites

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by TrevorB, Dec 18, 2012.

  1. TrevorB

    TrevorB Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I was trying to find some information on this, but
    was not able to find an answer to my question, so
    here it is.

    If you have multiple sites around the same niche,
    is it a good idea to link to them, from the same web
    2.0 site, from within different articles?

    I find it unnecessary to make multiple web 2.0's, let's
    say on weebly, for the same niche just to link to the
    different websites I have.

    Is anyone doing this?
     
  2. Web_Dev

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    I think its good to link to multiple different sites if they are not yours
     
  3. TrevorB

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    So if I have multiple sites under the same niche, then it's
    best to not link to them both from the same web 2.0 site?

    Do you have a reason why?
     
  4. Pauli66

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    Good question and I would like to hear what others say about this aswell
     
  5. politico

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    I don't think linking from the same web 2.0 to multiple money sites is a good idea - it leaves a pretty huge footprint if it's done over and over. If I was Google, I'd be able to tell that all these web 2.0 sites (supposedly from diff "people") are all always linking to sites owned and operated by a single person using a single webhost/ip/etc

    Mix up the links with some non-competing authority sites in your niche to make it look more natural, but stick to one money site per web 2.0
     
  6. ReggaeShark

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    if your money sites are on diff ips
    diff ns
    no interlinking in the money sites
    diff whois info

    then go for it!
    use a network of 50 web2 and maintain them..
     
  7. seoexpert1

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    That is Good link
    Thanks
     
  8. BassTrackerBoats

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    What I sometimes do for diversity is add one link to my site, and another one to a very high authority site - wikipedia, ask, yahoo answers (as long as they aren't ranking for my keyword).

    Keep in mind you never want to use the same links over and over again, as those would be high authority sites, they might actually start ranking for your keyword (given the page is related somehow).
     
  9. dheer787

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    Hi,

    Can we use the same aged indexed niche web 2.0 for different sites(different keywords interlining to different sites from different articles)
    Does it helps for any of my websites to get best backlinks?

    Can you help friend...
     
  10. amoore9900

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    Having web 2.0's with content focused on a specific niche is a good thing...also making posts without links in them is good..
     
  11. TrevorB

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    Now that Google is trying to get everyone in their G+,
    how does anyone know that if we put ourselves out
    there as authors for hundreds of different articles, on
    many different sites, that it would not help all our
    sites that we link to from those web 2.0's?

    I know how people are thinking currently, but we all
    know that things are changing in the way Google ranks
    sites, right?

    Should I be the first one to try this, or have I mentioned
    something that should have been kept a SECRET?
     
  12. tjtigers14

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    Yeah I say go for it. Like on Wordpress.com Web2 properties I'll use the Gravatar widget and it will have links to all of my money sites under that Author. I have sites ranking 1 and 2 that are built by the same author under Google Authorshiop. Which leads me to believe this "footprint" thing may be a bit overstated.

    I say go for it, make more use of each Web2 since you're putting the work into it already
     
  13. tranza

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    i got the same question all over my head. I wanted to build 10 web2.0, and build up authority on them. But i guess its not a good idea to link differents domain with the same ip all over the same property, at the end i think google gonna spot it. lets see what the "gurus" have to say about this
     
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    I think politico has a nice point. I am little confused in this point "some non-competing authority sites in your niche". Did you mean wikipedia links?