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Videos a valid substitute for Web 2.0?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by howdareyou, Oct 28, 2011.

  1. howdareyou

    howdareyou Newbie

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    I love creating videos, but hate writing articles. Was wondering if anyone could give any advice as to how well this would work:


    • Create 6-15 videos on YouTube. Embed them in various web 2.0s with a short description. Take the list of youtube urls and web 2.0 urls and blast them with AMR, SB, XRumer.
    • Upload each video to a few dozen video sharing sites, all of them linking directly to the money site.
    Do videos "count" as quality content in the same way as original articles? From what I can gather most backlinking strategies seem to involve articles alongside videos rather than just videos. Mixed up with pdf and ppt to boot. Would this approach be a lot less effective?

    Mass uploading videos, in turn, looks like it could be considered spammy. Would it make sense to use mass video submitting as a tier 2 layer?

    Of course these concerns are all conjecture on my part, was wondering if anyone with more experience could help clarify.
     
  2. phpbuilt

    phpbuilt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Sounds good to me. Sounds like you're doing both ... web2.0s with embedded videos. Just because your description isn't as big as a full-blown article, as long as it is original and has a backlink in it, I don't see any reason why it wouldn't be just as effective as only web2.0s with long articles.

    In fact, I tend to think it would be more effective to do what you're doing ... videos can drive a lot of traffic, whereas most web2.0s will not drive traffic (they're typically only made for Google to see the links).
     
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  3. buzz1212

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    Take all of the url's from all of your submitted videos and copy them in a file. Then go to
    html2rss and create RSS feeds from the url's. Then copy these (RSS FEEDS) to another
    file and go to RSSmix. Rssmix will take all of your feeds and turn them all into one bad ass feed. Submit this feed to all of the major aggregators and BACKLINK CITY here we come. Try it, you'll like it.
     
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