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Question about web 2.0's

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by yesman23, Oct 9, 2015.

  1. yesman23

    yesman23 Registered Member

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    I'm trying to build my tier 1, for Web 2.0's I already have 10 set up. Now my question is for the articles, will I leave footprints if I post articles all on the same day for on all the 2.0s? Or should post 2 a day?
     
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    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yes, that is indeed a dumb idea. Avoid it and randomly stagger posting times over a long period.
     
  3. bigoldfeet

    bigoldfeet Newbie

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    Yes, for best results I would have them auto post every couple days. Most web 2.0s have a feature to choose the post release date.
     
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    It's best to drip feed them over time as there will be a better chance of having the Web 2.0s crawled more frequently.
     
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    Check the scheduling functions on web2.0's such as tumblr, blogspot and mix the dates of publishing.
     
  6. JuggernautJukey

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    I don't think it will make a difference if I am honest. Google doesn't know when you posted the articles, they don't even know it exists until it get's indexed by them.

    For my most recent authority site, I posted about 30 articles over a day or 2, and they all indexed gradually, and on different days. Google wouldn't have known I posted them on the same day, since I don't have the time and date showing on my posts.
     
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    davids355 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I think for only 10 web 2.0s it's not going to matter. But in general it's good practice to stagger the posts.
     
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    Only the blog type web2.0's have the publishing date on default and also all the web2.0's will not get indexed immediately, so it's not essential to dripfeed the article postings but you can do dripfeed if you wish.
     
  9. fc-dh

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    Are you kidding? Seriously we are talking about 10 links with all the metrics at 0 and no backlinks, and he needs to dripfeed that????

    Why do people who obviously don't know shit about SEO beside the crap they read at MOZ, searchingengineland and other scrayhat places give out SEO advice?

    @OP you can safely post these links the same day, google is not going to penalize you for that, just think about how much CPU power it would cost to check why a site got 10 low value links in one day, and that for billion sites.

    You see.... don't worry about that kind of stuff and most of all test stuff yourself cus 90% of the members here are n00bs themselves and have no clue of what they are talking about, they are just parroting the scaryhat places. You should not even truts me, i could be bullshitting you too... so test it, that is where you learn the most

    Good luck.
     
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    Cockcrow Registered Member

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    Well, I don't think that by posting all the articles in a same day can give any panelty variations to you or it means you are leaving any footprints.
     
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    I feel the exact same way as you.

    90% of the things people do, or say to do is not needed.

    Google is not an all seeing god, I use chrome when i browse sape, I get emails from sape to my gmail.
     
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    Dripfeed is alwasy essential. Better you put articles for every couple of days.
     
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    Please show me the data that says that 10 articles a day with no metrics and no backlinks will get your shit in trouble...
     
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    OP, Last week I posted almost 80+ web 2.0 which link to the same site within a day. After a few days, only 5 were indexed. Still working on trying to get the rest indexed. I couldn't care less about footprints when it comes to submission. Simply because it takes longer time to get indexed than before.
     
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    You should also only link to your domain every now and again. From what I have read you need to completely randomize everything, from post length, posting times, post type (review, video, article), time until link to money site (how long the site has been active before you link to your money site, I would keep this at a minimum of 2-3 months), author names, bio and email addresses, you should even try to mix up the registration date for the domains, and mainly never link to your money site first, link to lots of other websites first.
     
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    Dripfeed Is Always Good For Better Result!
     
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    Stop flagging your sig....
     
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    Why would you wanna do that, sometimes i wonder are you people really THAT stupid, to buy into all the bullshit you read, just think about how much power google would need just to keep an eye on all of those metrics and have the algo decide if there is a red flag.... You people do understand that Google does this to make a profit right?

    It is so sad that BHW has become what we all used to hate, warrior-forum 2, the people come to a blackhat forum and talk shit like content is king, backlinks are bad, if you post 10 0 metric links your site will be taken to Google hell..... and i really wonder why the fuck are these people here? seriously why are you one a blackhatforum as all you can do is repeat Google mantra's
     
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    Well not really, it makes sense that if you're starting a website that is using Google for it's main traffic source wouldn't you want to stick to their 'mantras' and err on the side of caution, to avoid penalties and loss of earnings.
     
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    No i would not... that is why i am on a BLACKHAT forum....

    Do you even know what BLACKHAT is?

    It is not being scared that 10 worthless links in a day are going to tank your site(s)

    You people belong on the warrior forum, you have absolutely no business here imho
     
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