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Tier 1 question

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by lpsierra, Mar 6, 2013.

  1. lpsierra

    lpsierra Regular Member

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    So my plan is to manually spin unique articles but put each spun in different web 2.0

    For example, I have a list of articles,
    How to eat
    How to sleep
    How to cry

    Then I'll post to different Web 2.0 sites so

    Wordpress
    How to eat, how to sleep How to cry

    Weebly
    How to eat(spun), How to sleep (spun), How to cry (spun)

    Blogger
    How to eat(spun), How to sleep (spun), How to cry (spun)

    same thing with other web 2.0

    Is this safe to do even though the original is 100% unique and the original is going to be in one of the tier 1's?
     
  2. politico

    politico Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hoth does something similar to this in their package. Personally, I'd keep your top level web 2.0s (tier 1) with 100% unique content. Not saying that manually spun doesn't work, but it's just so much better with unique content. Less of a footprint, more value to users, safe from panda. Just my .02
     
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    Randomize the number of articles and use different article subjects for each Web 2.0.

    Its going to look strange if there are 30 web 2.0s linking to a site and all the web 2.0s have the same number of articles and the same article subjects.
     
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  4. lpsierra

    lpsierra Regular Member

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    so would this be good then?
    wordpress: how to eat, how to sleep, how to cry, how to talk -4
    weebly:how to eat(spun),how to cry(spun) -2
    blogger:how to talk(spun), how to sleep(spun), how to eat(spun) -3
    so something around tht general idea?

    Oh and I also plan to link to other blogs/sites to increase diversity but those will have anchor keywords that I'm not targeting.
     
  5. lpsierra

    lpsierra Regular Member

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    Also one more question. For Tier 1 web 2.0s, can I just set them up with content then forget about them?
     
  6. davidxy

    davidxy Newbie

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    quick question, might sound silly but ... what does the negative number indicate for example -4 versus -2?
     
  7. lpsierra

    lpsierra Regular Member

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    It's just the number of articles per said site.
    I typed that on my phone so the structure of that comment sucks
     
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    I prefer to use a series of unique articles for my tier one,
    i barely spin expect if am spinning word for word,
    sentence for sentence..

    Since the panda update it's risky spinning articles..
     
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    IMTopgun Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You can, but you will be sacrifing your long term benefits from those links. That is, they will tend to lose their effect over time. Once you have them established you should update with new content a couple of times a month if you want long term benefit from those links.