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Web 2.0 Syndication Question..

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by apex1, Aug 1, 2016.

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Is this a safe strategy?

  1. Yes of course!

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  2. No way ya goof...

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  1. apex1

    apex1 Junior Member

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    I took an SEO course that recommended creating 10-20 BRANDED web 2.0s and syndicating new content to them...

    So anytime I post a new youtube video...

    Or anytime I post new content on my website...

    It will automagically syndicate to those web 2.0s with a link back to the source using IFTTT.com

    Google is OK with this kind of thing correct?

    Is this a SAFE whitehat strategy?
     
  2. nanavlad

    nanavlad Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    no
    the web 20s need to have their own articles
    other wise it just duplicate content
    unless you spin 100% unique
     
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    Lunaaa Elite Member

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    Content from expired domains
     
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    ibmethatswhoib Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    This is nonsense, a lot of the big brands do this and it's fine. You can syndicate your own content, you only get into an issue if you have a bunch of duplicate content on YOUR site.
     
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    That is definitely one effective solution.