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Social Networking Sites Bible - How to Operate on Razon's Edge

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by dirtysecret, Jan 6, 2009.

  1. dirtysecret

    dirtysecret Regular Member

    Dec 12, 2008
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    We all know that the key to utilizing Social Networking sites properly is to operate on the razor's edge that strikes the perfect balance between:

    1.) Doing enough activity (creating enough profiles, backlinks to your site on those profiles, doing enough bookmarking, etc) that you can generate a high quantity of traffic

    2.) Not doing so much activity as to look spammy, "unorganic", or like someone who is blatantly trying to make money.

    3.) Hiding your identity so that all of your activity looks like its coming from 100s or 1000s of people rather than just you.

    My question is how you people are doing this.
    I've tested the whole "web2.0 sites index quickly" concept and it is DEFINITELY true. However, it took me a lot of time to make those web2.0 properties and the last thing I want to do is get all my sh*7 removed after putting in so much work.

    I'd like this thread to become a sort of "10 commandments of effective/safe Web2.0 strategy" or "web2.0 bible for the blackhatter."

    So, post your comments about what you've discovered about a particular web2.0 site. For example:

    -This works on Digg really well
    -Whatever you do, do NOT do this on squidoo
    -Hubpages will let you create X many sites before they take them all down
    -I put an uncloaked affiliate link on web2.0 property X and it has stayed up for months now. However, I did the same thing at web2.0 property Y and my sh*7 got removed in less than a day!

    I hope people can tell what I'm getting at.
    I do realize that its kinda vague.