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sick and tired of web 2.0s getting deleted

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nonai, Jan 26, 2014.

  1. nonai

    nonai Power Member

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    no more manual web 2.0s for me. I am sick and tired of spending so much time on them, just to find out it was deleted a few days later.
    I suspect the reason they get deleted is because I build links to them. so some people who are mad because they got spammed will report your web 2.0s. I think that's what happens because if I dont build links, the web 2.0s stick.

    any suggestions? which web 2.0 sites don't delete so easily?
     
  2. securelinkbuilding

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    Using web 2.0's as buffer sites is one of the most effective tactics and also the safest right now, so don't give up!

    There could be a number of reasons why they get deleted.

    Spun content, blasting too many spam links, not using a proxy to create the accounts, and so on.
     
  3. fxphil

    fxphil Senior Member

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    Relevant content that's not spammy. Make content that makes sense. Contributing information that are mainly garbage articles and you get flagged 99% of the time. 2nd maybe use some proxies it sounds like your IP has been tagged as an "abusive user"
     
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    Manual web 2.0s dont mean safe and quality web 2.0s
    You still can leave alot of footprints - your accouns are linked together and banned. Proxies are not enough.
     
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    Not using a proxy could be just one of the issues.
     
  6. JoeMongan

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    You really have to consider that fact that just because your web 2.0's are done manually you could still be messing them up just
    in a slow way. People are having success with web 2.0 marketing and including it in their SEO strategy. But hey if you are done with
    it then pay for the service.


    -RK