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Setting up Tier 1 Web 2.0's

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by gray123, Jan 3, 2014.

  1. gray123

    gray123 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hi,

    So I am going to set up 10-15 web 2.0 blogs with quality content on for my tier1 backlinks.

    I will create them on different platforms: Wordpress, Tumblr, Blogger, Hubpages etc but will Google still be able to detect that I have set them up from the same computer as my money site, or will they all appear different because they are subdomains from different websites?

    If G cab tell, I was thinking about hiring a freelancer to set the sites up for me to leave no footprint, but then when I add content would they detect this?

    thanks
     
  2. white_wolf

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    The biggest drawback of web 2.0's is the fact that they'll most likely be newer than your site. The real web 2.0's that Google likes to see links coming from are actually well established WP blogs, like someone's journal or rants about a specific topic/niche. That's pretty hard to replicate because you'd have to build tens of them before actually registering your own domain.

    Actually, building your own web 2.0's is nowhere near white-hat. Even asking for links from random bloggers is somewhere in the grey-ish area.
     
  3. Groen

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    To answer your question then no, google is not the almighty God on the internet who digs into the secured databases of every website. Google will only be able to see information which is public available to everyone else. Except on blogspot as they own that one.
     
  4. mindlesswizard

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    As per my experience, i have made like 20-25 manual web 2.0 blogs from the same email and same IP. But i used quality contents and added videos + images to the content. Also i got rid of the default category and create my own category for the blog. Get rid of all the default pages "about me" and add something blah blah blah ... add a contact page where ever possible or a form !

    Try to play around with the widgets and add some widgets to your sidebars.

    Trust me ! Google updates never touched me so far ! Still ranking on the top !!! but if you are building like 100s of backlinks with tools then you need proxies .....

    Good luck
     
  5. sitestem

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    Think I'd look to build them with different usernames at least, quite a lot of the web 2.0 platforms seem to display something about the author. I don't think it will make much difference to be honest, but if you can tidy up any trail it will obviously help.
     
  6. lucardk

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    Using a different username is the least you can do to hide your footprints, but it won´t matter that much, web 2.0 websites linking to the same domains are pretty obvious to notice as a manual link building method. This doesn't mean they are bad, as long as you don't create thousands and the content in each is unique and high quality I don't see why Google should penalize you for doing it.
     
  7. farkasb

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    Guys, just as it was said before, G can't possible get to know about everything happening on the internet. Just use your common sense.
    Avoid using their products like: gmail, analytics, webmaster tools, chrome!, their blogs ... and you will be fine. Just think about it, your PC has an IP address, that identifies you uniquely. You visit a website to create a web 2.0. Who is get to know about it?
    I'll tell you:
    1. Your browser
    2. Your DNS server (who resolves the address)
    3. Your internet provider
    4. The website you visit
    5. Your email provider (surely you'll get confirmation mails)

    Now, unless you use Chrome, and you don't visit G's website, and you don't use their email, they won't get to know about it. How could they?
     
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  8. lucardk

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    There are billions of SERPs, billions of search terms and billions of websites, unless you really get into a highly targeted and highly spammed niche I don't think Google has the human power to be checking everything manually and their algo has better things to look at than if you created 10 web2.0s with the same email/IP.
     
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    I would never underestimate their manual power nowadays though. We've already heard that they scour webmaster forums looking for the spammers, and while the web 2.0 issue is completely different it does make you wonder just how far their manual searches will go (especially if a site gets reported).
     
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    I would be adding relevant, manually created content to every web2.0 including images videos etc i will link out to high authority sites aswell as a link to my money site. I will then build backlinks to this tier 1 sites
     
  12. lucardk

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    you can be sure there are several Google employees lurking around this forum, but I could bet they are more interested in finding out the private link networks than the small guy with 10 web 2.0 properties... worst case scenario they won't take into consideration those 10 links but I don't think they'll penalize you cause you create 10 decent web 2.0 websites.
     
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    When I create my web2.0 s I also link back to other sites, authority sites. Idk if that helps, but that makes sense to me.
     
  14. gray123

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    When I use social sites for my tier 1's do I need to create a separate FB, twitter, digg, stumbleupon etc website for each tier 1 link? so that Google doesnt recognize it is all part of the same website?
     
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    ?? anyone have any ideas ?
     
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    It is natural for sites to have social profiles so it shouldn't be a problem for your money site.

    For your Tier 1's if you want to add social profiles to them that should be fine as they will be pointing back to the Tier 1
     
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    Lol ! why do you need that ?? Just use a common fb, twitter account. But make sure your friends share it to death
     
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    wonderful thread here. How do you guys index your web 2 faster?

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    Social bookmarks, social shares .. fb, twitter etc and ping your url
     
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    link back from your money sites... i use this method for my 1st tier and everything indexed in a quick time. i used to make the web 2.0 in general niche and give reciprocal links to my money site. make sure that you have unique and reliable content on the web 2.0.

    Link one or two web 2.0 in random related posts and link all the web 2.0 in one another. in simple sentence i direct the crawler to web 2.0's i have created. in addition, i use pinging websites to speed up the process. :)