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Web 2.0 Creation - quick Qs

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by RBKing, Dec 9, 2013.

  1. RBKing

    RBKing Registered Member

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    I have 6 main keywords I am targeting. I'm creating some Web 2.0s as part of the first tier of my link structure. My questions:

    Do I base each Web 2.0 on 1 keyword only?

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    Do I base each article on 1 keyword and have each Web 2.0 covering multiple keyword articles?

    My current plan is to have 2 Web 2.0s per keyword, each with 2-3 articles based on that keyword. So 12 Web 2.0s altogether and ~30 articles covering 6 keywords. How does that sound or am I not understanding it correctly.

    Thank you, and any additional advice is appreciated
     
  2. motron

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    If the site is one I care about then I take a little different approach. Maybe it is a niche I enjoy and I am trying to create an authority site. If that is the case then I will create Web2.0 sites that also cover the entire niche. That way I am not locked into writing about just one keyword and the Web2.0 can age and increase in PA/DA and I can add additional keywords in the future. Doing this you can create your own private network that can be used on new keywords and new projects.
     
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  3. RBKing

    RBKing Registered Member

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    Much appreciated.

     
  4. RBKing

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    So the best thing to do would be to create 10 quality Web 2.0s with multiple articles focusing on the 6 different keywords, with no Web 2.0 restricted to 1 certain keyword.
     
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    1 article per keyword on a single web 2.0 , rest of the content would be bluff . Also you are leaving a huge footprints by only building web2.0 to your money site . Diversify .
     
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  6. RBKing

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    Thanks for your advice. As mentioned in my first post:

    "Web 2.0s as part of the first tier of my link structure"

     
  7. gabriel0270

    gabriel0270 Regular Member

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    What else are you creating?
     
  8. RBKing

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    Well i too have a doubt on this
    1. You should concentrate on multiple keywords including you LSI in WEB 2.0 but the thing is if all the web 2.0 article on a single page is directing to a single page of my money site, Am i leaving a huge footprint.
    2. If i create different web2.0 accounts overtime for different keywords directing on the same page. how do i create authority on this web2.0 ? Tier 2?

    I would really love someone throwing some light to it :)
     
  10. ilim72

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    I prefer not to focus on one or just few keywords, I think you can have many more options if you widen your content to related niche instead and covering specific keywords in separate posts.
     
  11. Adam718

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    1 link/anchor per Web 2 is the best approach, because it has the most chance of it being crawled and link juice counted. Also using more than 1 just makes your footprint bigger. 2 should be the absolute maximum if you MUST have 2. Even if you target LSI, 1 keyword is best.