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Web 2.0 Site Structure?

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by jezlad, Dec 17, 2011.

  1. jezlad

    jezlad Regular Member

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    So when I hear people mention web 2.0 sites and linking back to their money site I'm wondering how this is set out?

    Is it a simple one page with a single article and a link back to the money site at the bottom? Is it several interlinked articles linked back to the money site? Are the links at the bottom or spread throughout the text as keywords?

    If you have an example please let me see it :) I just need to see a live example to know how to do this then I can rinse and repeat.

    Cheers BHW

    Jez
     
  2. whothefisalex

    whothefisalex Junior Member

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    i belive he was talking about the structure of the articles you use within your web 2.0
     
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  3. healzer

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    I've made a simple web2.0 structure (2 tiers) for you.

    Tier 1: Web2.0 (article + backlink to your money site)
    Tier 2: Web2.0 (articles poiting to your Tier 1 web2.0)
    ++ Buffers (articles, scrapebox comments, xrumer blasts,......)

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    I think it depends on the Web 2.0 property. Personally, I naturally link in the content, and also, if allowed, add huge calls to action in it.

    What converts for one person may not convert for you, so the best thing to do is experiment.
     
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  5. Class

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    My 2.0's are usually 2 tiered.

    The first tier is several posts. The first post or 2 I will only have 1 link to an authority site. After article 3 or 4 I will add a link to homepage (money site) and an inner page. The link will be in the first paragraph of the article. Second link will be somewhere in the middle.

    My tier 1's are quality sites. Multiple posts with well written content. Highly spun and even some completely unique posts.

    Tier 2 will be 2 articles, an intro and a article related to long tail keyword. This can be linked in two ways, 1 link to tier 1, 1 link to money site or just simply to tier 1. I will include an authority link as well on post 1.
     
  6. jezlad

    jezlad Regular Member

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    Ah ok so just to clarify a tier 2 web 2.0 page is created with the following procedure.


    1) Create a webpage on a site like Weebly.
    2) Add high quality spun or original content and link to money site and authority site within the content.


    How soon is this page then indexed by google? Do I use RSS for indexing?
     
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    proctor9000 Newbie

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    Thanks for that diagram. I keep reading about tiers and such, and that helps me visualize what it all means.
     
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  8. jezlad

    jezlad Regular Member

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    Why do you link articles directly to the tier 2/1 sites rather than to the money site?