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Web 2.0 Backlink Keyword Focus

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by rds3476, Mar 14, 2011.

  1. rds3476

    rds3476 Newbie

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    Hey guys...

    When you make your web 2.0 properties to link to your money site, do you focus on 1 keyword per property? Or do you focus on a number of different keywords per property?

    Say your money site was about "dog sitting business"

    Would you have 1 W2 properity focus on 1 keyword (dog sitting business equipment) and keep pounding out articles that revolved around that? All pointing to the particular pages of your money on "dog sitting equipment"

    Or would you have 1 W2 property focus on a number of different keywords all pointing to different areas of your money site (dog sitting business equipment, dog sitting business plan, dog sitting business funding)

    I've heard differing opinion on this...

    Some say to have your W2 revolved around 1 phrase, then build more W2's revolving around your other phrases, then backlink to them revolving around that one particular phrase.

    Then I hear other people saying how each particular W2 should focus on a number of different keywords.

    So confused... :confused:
     
  2. scott8610

    scott8610 Junior Member Premium Member

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    I use one keyword per property. But that's just me.
     
  3. Santini

    Santini Junior Member

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    Yes I agree, I always focus on one k/word per web 2.0 property.
     
  4. shudogg

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    I do both. Normally I create a large open wheel, or pyramid structure. I have my personal ways that I feel is pretty safe from Google harm. To each their own. Usually my first link structure, all links pointing to my money site (site I want to rank for that keyword) using that anchor text. Then all secondary properties (properties that link to another property, which links to the money site) use secondary or third keywords. I use keywords based off the Google WonderWheel so I know Google thinks it is closely related to my primary keyword. This keeps my link juice related, in my opinion. However, the sites linking directly to my money site use the keyword I am going after. I feel it looks obvious if sites on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th levels of my link pyramid are ALL using the exact same anchor text. I think Google, if seen, would think that is fishy. And Google smells fish a mile away.

    Just my personal choice, though probably 50 other people can post here with 50 other ways of how they do it. Come up with your own strategy so it isn't exactly like every one elses. Don't use the exact same properties (web 2.0 sites) linking directly to your money site (on the first level, or on the second level). Mix n mash them all around. The key is random structures with no set order or path every time. Also if the Google spider can land on one of your properties, and in some way end up back to the exact same property, in my opinion that is bad.
     
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  5. Fxbob

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    May I ask what software do you use to create those properties?
     
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    Em][n3m Power Member

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    senuke , seo link robot , xgenseo , magic submitter etc
     
  7. buzz1212

    buzz1212 Registered Member

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    It's been my experience that you need to buy an exact match domain, regardless of
    whether or not it contains - dashes. The G robots read the keywords not the- dash.
    Create a wp site for this domain. Then form a link pushing type struture around it, with several web 2.0 properties. Leave the wheel open and link this one
    keyword domain directly to your site. Rinse and Repeat!! (Each Keyword)
     
  8. scott8610

    scott8610 Junior Member Premium Member

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    Looks like someone didn't fully read the original post.
     
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  9. shudogg

    shudogg Regular Member

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    lol, look at my signature :cool: My own software bro...

    However, before I got my software up and running, I was using SENuke and Scrapebox.
     
  10. buzz1212

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    Hey Scott8610, you're right they don't call me BUZZ for nothin!! But to answer the
    question I would have 1 w2 property focused on a number of keywords.