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Web 2.0 Article questions

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Keesief, Jan 15, 2012.

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  1. Keesief

    Keesief Junior Member

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    Hey guys I think I get the idea about the whole backlinking thing of your main site through Web 2.0's.

    For Example:

    1. Money Site
    2. Web 2.0 Article site with URL of Money Site <- Blast semi-sh1t of of these.
    3. More web 2.0 Article's with URLS of #2 Articles. <- Blast these like hell

    Correct me if i'm wrong.

    Now I have a couple of questions.

    -Will you need rotating proxies for making different articles on different websites?

    -Can you make different Niche subjects on one Account per Web 2.0 site?

    -Can you use the same article on every Web 2.0 site? Or do you have to spin it everytime you submit it to another site?

    -Can you use .nl site links on a .com Web 2.0?


    Ok so that's kinda what I'm trying to figure out now guys. I'm sure some of you can help me since this forum has been great and full of what I call ''guru's''.

    Thanks a lot.
     
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    You'll know what web2.0s require you to rotate proxies when you get banned. It depends on your work load, if you only have a few sites you promote, I wouldn't. If you have a big time operation promoting 40+ sites, getting proxies may be a good idea.

    You can, but they won't be as effective. Think of it this way, if you have 10 websites ready to link to your main niche site, would you want those 10 sites to be specifically related to your niche, or simply general topic? The more topical your web2.0s are, the better relevance they will pass to your money site.

    You should spin it. However, they don't need to be great quality (auto spins would suffice). If it is a very competitive niche, I would take some time to make your tier1 quality. If it is a simple 2k to 4k niche with low competition, just spin everything that isn't on your main site, including your tier1s.

    Sure. There will be a better bonus for using .nl sites -- but there are a limited number of those. Linking from an English .com is better than nothing at all.
     
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    couldn't help but agree with PHPbuilt OP. :)
     
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  4. Keesief

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    Thanks PHPbuilt, I was hoping you would respond.

    Do I need proxies If I was to make multiple accounts on one site? Like 5 accounts on one site?


    One more thing, If I wanted to promote a construction site, would I need to use my keywords in the article (title)
    like the name of the city my company's based in?
     
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    Lots of web2.0s let you make different subdomains right from the main account (for instance, blogger). If you're only using 5, I wouldn't bother with getting proxies. Some will get deleted, but its just spun content -- hopefully even manually it won't take you more than 5 minutes to autospin and post.


    Sure, why not? Though there are a few web2.0s that are super picky. The best strategy with them might be to start a blog post like you're a 14 year old girl blogging about texting and boyfriends and blah blah ... someone will puke half way through reading it but they won't delete it. Then at the end you stick a relevant paragraph to your niche along with a backlink.

    Just do it normally, and if it gets deleted then do it more under-the-radar.

    The biggest piece of advice I'd give there is go to google and type site:domain.com "keyword", and see how many results are on Google for your niche already. If none, you need to be sly about it. If there are 2000+ results, and they're not getting deleted, I wouldn't worry about it.
     
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  6. Keesief

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    Won't the Big G see that my main money site and the tier 2 sites are made on the same IP then mate?
     
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    Not sure what you mean. Your IP of your hosting won't be the same as any of the free web2.0s out there. If you mean your home IP address where you create the web2.0s, Google doesn't have any way of knowing from which IP address various web2.0s are made from. Only the web2.0s themselves would know your IP address.
     
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    I see PHPbuilt. Another question though, can I just take articles written in english and translate them with google translate to my language (NL/Dutch) and upload them without any troubles?

    And should I use different Emails on different web 2.0's?

    Also when I post a link to my main site, how should I do it? Hyperlinking with keywords in it?

    A lot of questions again but I'm really afraid of my father in law
    Thanks in advance ;)
     
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