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UD for web2.0?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by dikkill, Jan 30, 2014.

  1. dikkill

    dikkill Power Member

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    I can't decide if UD is good for creating web2.0 or not, never tried it.For all of you who uses UD for web2.0 creation, how are the success rates?How many web2.0 does it have?
    Can anyone send me a list of those websites?
    And comparing to SERengines, what performs better?
     
  2. JasonS

    JasonS Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I get 100-200 live links in one submission (to my custom list). You can add your own list of web2.0 sites for best results.

    See supported scripts in UD
     
  3. dikkill

    dikkill Power Member

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    Web 2.0 Sites

    Elgg - "Powered By Elgg"
    Dolphin - "Powered by Dolphin - Free Community Software"
    PHPizabi - inurl:L=registration.register
    Jcow -
    intitle:"powered by jcow"
    We won't display your email address
    phpFox - "sign+up+and+start+using"

    You meant these platforms right?This is not what i was looking for, i meant the top ones like this:
    http://www.rankwyz.com/sites/#sthash.66TG5L84.dpbs
     
  4. blackpayman733

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    Can you share your list ?
     
  5. ZeroDouble

    ZeroDouble Newbie

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    If you want to build and post multiple times to the better web2s, then either use RankWYZ, or FCS Networker.
     
  6. dikkill

    dikkill Power Member

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    I use Rankwyz atm and 400 posts costs $20.That's expensive if you start some serious BN.
     
  7. seosky

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    UD or any if you not have own List You can not do it better way. Links Cost Money for Sure.
     
  8. The SEO

    The SEO Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I'm also looking to some good and fresh web 2.0 sites more than 1000.
     
  9. ZeroDouble

    ZeroDouble Newbie

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    Really?

    Rankwyz is $7.49 per year for the wyzard plan, which entitles you to 9000 posts per month. At least that's what their sales page says.

    Although, admittedly, that's probably only enough to run a small network of maybe 700 - 1000 web2s.
     
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  10. dikkill

    dikkill Power Member

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    And after you use up the plan you have you end up with 0 post credit.And than what?Buy more..How much you say?Yup 400 posts $20.Im running like 500 blogs, imagine how much it will cost if i update them frequenty.I already buyed 1400 post credit more.
     
  11. Marc_L

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    New submitter coming out is called Zsubmitter. This one looks like a game changer.