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SEO Know How: Need advice creating Web 2.0 Blogs

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by mrJohnny, Feb 27, 2014.

  1. mrJohnny

    mrJohnny Newbie

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    I'm a web developer on my way to learning SEO. I'd like to start with manually submitting articles.

    If I have 2 or 3 clients that I want to do this for, how exactly am I setting this up. Do I setup separate blog accounts for each client? Or do these submissions all fall in 1 account?

    Any information or additional details would be welcome.
     
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    SyZygy Senior Member

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    It all depends which platform you use. I would personally suggest one account = one web 2.0 blog. Especially with Tumblr who can be a bitch when it comes to multiple blogs on one account.

    Also keep in mind that web 2.0 platforms have automated ban systems which can see when you are building a TIER 1 the shitty way.


    Overall try to do it like this:

    10x accounts = 10x web 2.0 blogs
    Each blog has four regular posts (two articles, a meme photo, a youtube video), an "about me", terms of use and so on. And the fifth post is the one which points to your client.

    In that way you will not get banned and you will get some benefit out of it.
     
  3. mrJohnny

    mrJohnny Newbie

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    Ok to recap, I should create at least 10 or so web 2.0 blog acounts using blogs like Squidoo, Hubpages, Weebly, Tumblr, etc. Then personalize the accounts? So, I should write a couple of personal articles, a bio, upload some pics or maybe a video of the family dog. After doing this for each blog then it's safe to write a Client post. I'm assuming I should alternate the content on each blog to keep from being banned. By this I mean a few posts about the family vacation we took, then a client post, then more personal posts and so on...