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Web 2.0 Link Building Strategy

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Mnet17, Apr 24, 2013.

  1. Mnet17

    Mnet17 Junior Member

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    Looks like web 2.0 and web 2.0 blog network is the typical choice when it comes to link building to your money site out there. My plan is to build the 1st tier which are all web 2.0 properties and 2nd tier will be wiki links, social bookmarks, etc.

    Have a few questions that I would like to discuss though

    1) What programs are you using to post web 2.0 articles? I have tried SE Nuke XCr, not great successful rate.
    2) When posting to web 2.0 sites, are you using the same account and post multiple entries in 1 web 2.0 property? For example, Wordpress.com. Are you using different account when you post to Wordpress.com or just 1 account?
    3) Web 2.0 are pretty heavily spammed right now. A new account/article can easily get deleted after few days. How to prevent it?
    4) What's your strategy in building web 2.0 links that stick.

    Thanks for any inputs.
     
  2. acotut

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    Web 2.0s are indeed a great way to start any seo campaign,but in order to rank high,you need to diversify your first tier platforms first of all.

    There's not a big difference between senuke,ms and other softwares when it comes to web 2.0's,most of them will give you about 30-60 good web.20s

    I usually add between 3-5 pages to my web 2.0s and they do great as sattelites.

    You can prevent your blogs getting deleted by posting better content :)
    You shouldn't ignore images and videos aswell.
     
  3. Mnet17

    Mnet17 Junior Member

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    So, you post under 1 account/profile right?
     
  4. infoasian

    infoasian Supreme Member

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    As long as you have decent articles that are no obvious spam, it's ok to use one wp login for multiple blogs.
     
  5. LarryPage

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    you said 3-5 pages on each web 2.0 property, how long should each article be?
    As a strategy I think that your Tier 2 should be better quality links, maybe spun articles.
     
  6. The SEO

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    Have each article be 300-400 words, those are generally the length of articles.

    The SEO... That is a great picture!
     
  8. IamBlackhatter

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    Separate accounts for each postings with 1 article written and then manually spin to post in web2.0 sites use htags in your articles also choose best blog title/description
     
  9. zee007

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    Personally, I use different e-mail accounts for each WEB 2.0. That way I can track my work in an excel spreadsheet, but that's just me. I don't think using the same account on multiple platforms makes a big difference. Think about it....its only natural for a normal person to use his (1) personal e-mail to create multiple blogs, right? Go with whatever appears to be natural :)
     
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    Wow that's a maze
     
  11. LarryPage

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    how long should it take for a web 2.0 tier 1 to get indexed?
     
  12. VoltzRo

    VoltzRo Registered Member

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    amazing :)
     
  13. cooltoad

    cooltoad Senior Member

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    I'd go with what @acotut suggested.
    You will have to build other type of links in addition to Web 2.0's.
    You will have to treat your web 2.0's like sister websites. Don't abandon them after just posting once.

    cheers
    CT
     
  14. dododo

    dododo Newbie

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    The crons of web.20 is you got your account banned easily.
     
  15. drywallrob

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    Rankwyz is the best Web 2.0 posting soft for tier1. It is easy to maintain the quality of your niche networks if you know how to make quality super spun / readable articles.

    Manual work is obviously better, but who can make 1,000 plus posts in a day manually?
     
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    That image is no good at all, the web 2.0 properties are connected to eachother 0_o, it isn't 2009 anymore if you want your shit found out by Google then this is the way to do it.
     
  17. BuildMoreLinks

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    1. If you are automating check Article Kevo, UD, SEnukeX and Zsubmitter. Also Rankwyz is a good option.
    2. Always try to keep it unique account names.
    3. Proxies and Unique content (non promotional mostly).
    4. Minimal footprint is the key at least that works for me.



     
  18. xtreme

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    Hey guys, how are you doing? Sad to say now i'm actually getting into doing web 2.0s since my sites had been hit very bad by G updates and I now want to get back in the game and try to recover some of my sites and also bring up some new ones in the best way I can. However i'm not sure on a few things and would appreciate some insights. How do you handle content, do you post 1 unique readable article to multiple web 2.0s (10, 20, 30,...) or do you use a different unique article for each web 2.0? What are your thoughts and experiences with GSA WEB 2.0s services like serengines.com, should I use them or go the manual route for my tier 1?
     
  19. ignotus

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    Diversity with different tier 1 platforms are good with a good mix of anchors. Manual web 2.0's is good, but it's better to outsource that or get Zennoposter or something to automate the better web2.0's for you. Unique article per web2 is good to as long as it's readable. GSA is good to backlink the tier 1's. Use it right to post to high pagerank urls if needed. Throw some social signals, bookmarks in there as well.
    Since you are also recovering I would stay away from using any direct anchor text for your tier 1's as that might be the reason for the slap. If so dilute them by posting relevant diversified anchors. Consistent links to.
     
  20. Ivaylo

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    Zennoposter is a pain if you want to submit to quality Web 2.0s. They're changing the script often and it's a lot of work to keep all scripts updated. Either join a group of people who are doing the same thing (and share the workload of constantly updating scripts) or use an automated solution, that tries to make Web 2.0 creation as natural as possible. Serengines is that type of service.