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Web 2.0 process

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by elvis1973, Jul 5, 2011.

  1. elvis1973

    elvis1973 Power Member

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    Just wandering what blueprint people follow for creating Web 2.0 properties such as weebly or similar?

    What/how much content do you add? How often do you update it? Do you add video etc.
     
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    Well, for the most part, the web 2.0's that I use are only for 1 page content which will link to my money site.

    I will blast that links with scrapebox and AMR to get some more linkjuice to my money site.
     
  3. mcgoohan6

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    I am making a full profile with pic, a generic post without links which includes a pic or video for my first post. Then I make one or two posts that link to my money site. After that, it's blasted with scrapebox and some AMR links.
     
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  4. elvis1973

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    Whats your reason for this, to make it look more natural?
     
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    Yes, on sites like wordpress and blogger that are geared toward normal users, it looks less spammy. Plus it doesn't look like it was built with an automated tool. Hopefully, it will help increase it's longevity.
     
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    You can also build a larger web 2.0 tier and post new articles every day. Just remember not to link to your own money page in all your article. Make it look like a natural blog, with no particular interest in your site.
     
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    So how often DO you link to your money site then? Do you just pick the odd article? wouldnt that still look unatural? Or would you link to other sites as well?
     
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    I believe the key is for things to look natural. So a post linking to something you aren't competing with would look natural. I also link occasionally to other money sites or web 2.0's for other properties. Just make it random.
     
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    I add one web 2.0 site each week to my site.

    Wordpress
    Blogger
    LiveJournal
    Webs
    Jimdo

    etc....

    1. I place an article on the site with my link above the fold.
    2. I add additional articles each week and I point those article to high authority sites.
    3. I use scrapebox, AMR and sicksubmitter to hit them with links
     
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    Just any random authority site, obviously not in your niche?
     
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    This is an interesting question. There are several types of web 2.0 sites. Squidoo only allows single lenses to be created, whereas hubpages you can create multiple pages on each hub. Is it better to create lots of pages on one hub, or better to create lots of different hubs? Or is it better to create lots of different email accounts, each with unique hubs?

    Currently, I am creating several unique hubs with a few different email addresses. Each hub has some depth with a few pages being created. Only one of the pages will have a link to money site. The other pages will have random on-topic links to authority sites.
     
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    Yes, I link to authority sites in my own niche. For example if my niche is dieting I will link to a government site that talks about the food pyramid.
     
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    Ok I get ya. Are you not giving juice away to sites that could be competing against you for page 1 though?
     
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    I am not to concerned, these are my web 2.0 sites and I want google to see these sites as authority sites. More authority on my web 2.0 better link juice pointing to my money site.
     
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