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Web 2.0 filler content question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Gigidus, Apr 28, 2016.

  1. Gigidus

    Gigidus Registered Member

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    Hi i want to ask why does the filler content for the 2.0's has to be unique? If all that maters is the main linking article, why so much effort for the rest of the content?
    Can't we just index that article that we are linking from - would that not have the same effects?
    Is it worth so much time and nerves invested just for one link?
     
  2. ThopHayt

    ThopHayt Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Does it HAVE TO be manually written and 100% unique? No. But you don't want copied content on the other pages either. You could use a content generating tool and do a little semi-manual spinning to spruce it up. Just make sure its fairly readable, and highly unique. Doesn't have to make a lick of sense, frankly.
     
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  3. tiiberius

    tiiberius Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    The reason for this isn't so much for SEO. It's more for website moderators.

    If your web 2.0 content is crap and they find it they will put it down as a whole, with all your links included.

    Part of keeping it live is regular content updates.

    80% of the 1-page web 2.0s I create a year ago are gone now. Removed by moderators.
     
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  4. Gigidus

    Gigidus Registered Member

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    10x for the response guys. Makes sense
     
  5. sportylawyerz

    sportylawyerz Newbie

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    Its all meant to pass manual reviews, trash finder algo from 2.0s themselves.