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Same web 2.0 domains - Different inner pages / keywords (?)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ddederick, Apr 13, 2014.

  1. ddederick

    ddederick Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hi guys,

    I'd like to ask about a problem I'm currently facing.

    When my clients need SERP boost I make some web 2.0s for them and it works like a charm. But I'm not sure what to do when they need to rank more inner pages for different keywords. Is it safe to use same web 2.0 domains even for another inner pages? And I don't mean same web 2.0s.. I create a new one each time but I use only about 10 web 2.0 domains.

    If I were from English-speaking country, it wouldn't be a problem. But I'm not and we have just few web 2.0 sites.. Sometimes I add foreign web 2.0 for better linkjuice. However, I guess it would be suspicious to make too many .com backlinks when I try to rank a specific country tld website.

    Thank you for any suggestions :)
     
  2. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    You really would be best to diversify the backlink sources so use different Web 2.0s if that is part of your strategy.

    You could use proxies and log into any USA based Web 2.0 site and it would not matter that you are in a different country if that is the issue you are alluding to... not sure I have that right though.
     
  3. methodman90

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    most web 2.0s have extensions in any language so wheres the problem? ex. blogspot.com, blogspot.it, blogspot.fr, etc. hope that makes sense
     
  4. StraussCan

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    that's a country redirect. Your answer is not right.

    If you are in Italy a .com will still redirect to .it instead of .com
     
  5. ddederick

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    Thanks for the reply. This is what I've been worrying about. I know the diversification would be best, my problem is that I didn't want to make too many backlinks from ".com" domains as it would be suspicious when trying to rank ".it" website for example.

    Thanks anyway
     
  6. BassTrackerBoats

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    I thought I missed something, sorry about that. You do want to mix in some .it domains if possible but you will not have that much of an issue if you are ranking a .it domain with .coms/.nets/etc.

    You may also want to mix in .co.uk, .fr, etc as well to make it look a little more natural for your clients. That would help.
     
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    Yes, I think I will do so. Thank you very much.
     
  8. rob1977

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    Variety is the spice of life so new web 2.0 wouldn't hurt, although I'm not sure how a single page or very shallow web two would look to a manual review.

    You could flesh out the web 2 with stuff, and add a subsequent post with link back to your inner page, as realistically if a blogger liked your site and information they may well link to more than one of your pages. I would make sure it's only a proportion of your pages, and make the other pages link out to other sites.