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Web 2.0 after Penguin

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Afillix, Jun 10, 2012.

  1. Afillix

    Afillix Regular Member

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    Hey guys there are just a few questions i wanted to ask you,...
    so after penguin, what do you guys think do you think we should build link wheels with our web 2.0 articles or just point the articles directly to the main page.
    do you think we should only use on link per post directing to the main site?
    which keywords should to be used in our backlink articles?
    thanks
     
  2. scorpion896

    scorpion896 Senior Member

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    I wouldn't interlink them, could leave too big of a footprint. 1-3 outbound links straight to the moneysite is what i do. GL
     
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    Expertpeon Elite Member

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    You'll quickly find out that they've lost a crapload of the value they once had... you will be wasting a lot of time making them as well manually
     
  4. Afillix

    Afillix Regular Member

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    could you maybe give me advices on what to do else?
     
  5. zebrahat

    zebrahat Elite Member

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    Web 2.0 can work as non interlinking buffer sites of a two level wheel. Have the Web 2.0 properties point directly to the money site, but also have the a second level of non Web 2.0 properties each pointing to the buffer sites, while interlinking to each other. leave the last link open, or pointing to one of the buffer sites. This can be done as simply as 5 Web 2.0 properties on the first level, and 5 more on the second. Result, quick and effective starter backweb for a site, with little or no footprint.
     
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    Endire Elite Member Premium Member

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    1. I pretty much concur with zebrahat, but to add onto their comment, piling onto a selective group of web 2.0s, which then point to the main site seems to be a viable option, but never inter-link.

    2. Anything beyond 2 links in any post does diminish link juice passing, however, if you consider the long range thinking of Google, wouldn't it stand to reason they could easily search for posts with 2 links to identify potential link fabricators? If you think along those line, then just like my 3rd response below, make sure you vary it.

    3. Keyword variation is a must in the new post-penguin era. not that it never was important, but now it is obvious that over optimization and use of the same root keywords from every linked source is a great way for Google to search for link network and directories.

    I am seeing suggestions for link variation go from only using 10% of the main keywords to considering the use of natural "promoting keywords" like "click here", "I love what this site says about {x}", etc. The idea is that you must make your linking as natural as the way readers link to things online. The answer is, linking doesn't make sense the way any 3 people do it, so make sure you vary it significantly.

    Those are my 2 cents.