Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by anthony quinn, Nov 26, 2019.
do web 2.0 still work in 2019? or are they pointless or will give minimal juice?
Make web 2.0's properties look like your money site with unique content, headings, images and videos and which look natural in the eyes of google algorithm.
In my experience, web2.0 was and still one of the best off page SEO links and they give a an increase in the SERPs but it totally depends on what do you think about when you talk about a web2.0.
Are you refering to the shitty services that gives you a link from a web2.0 that was used by 1000 person before? If yes, it won't help you at all.
But, if you're willing to use Web2.0's and to get gold results from them, you must create a HQ Web2.0 that looks like a standing website.
Let say you're focusing on Tumblr, you must buy/collect some expired tumblr's to build your Web2.0 empire in (but for sure you must use different platforms) . After that, you should add some great content to it, and start building links to it (tier2).
If you're doing it the right way, you will have a push in your rankings.
Yes, but you have to make it high quality.
Ofc web 2.0s still works in 2019, but make sure to use handwritten articles.
They used to be a great source of parasite - but with so many algorithm updates over the years, these will all start as new sites now, with no metrics whatsoever. If it's a new subdomain, then expect 0 link juice. If it's an expired one, chances are, the old links are still there, and can pass link power back to your site.
if you spent time and content on the properties, they are good for a slight push in rankings.
Yes, web 2.0 is still working. Most sites hosted by web 2.0 include LiveJournal, WordPress, and Tumblr. These websites are some of the frequently used by bloggers, especially those who are focusing on SEO. It's also utilized to create backlinks, and it can lead to the main website, which creates more traffic.
might be for link diversification but still worth. dont create just one page web 2.0 .
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