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web 2.0s manually?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mdsurf, Jul 17, 2011.

  1. mdsurf

    mdsurf Senior Member

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    with all the automated software out there is there really a point to submit to web 2.0s manually?

    is it better to do some manually while others automated?

    if so what web 2.0s are better to do manually , and what are the advantages?

    thank you :)
     
  2. jrbobdobbs

    jrbobdobbs Junior Member

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    I do all mine manually. A) it's better quality, b) I ain't paying all that cash for Nuke (which can't handle all web 2.0s anyway, AFAIK) and c) it's a long-term investment so I don't mind. And if I am doing SEO for a serious offline business I don't want loads of spun junk in its backlink profile. For my own offline company I build totally unique, quality Web 2.0s related to my field - linkbait stuff that gets Likes etc. and would never have a problem in a manual review or some algo change. I mean, sure, most people aren't going to bother with this for "green baby chairs" or whatever, but there can be good reasons...
     
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  3. Chrisss

    Chrisss Senior Member

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    The advantage of automated system is that you increase your productivity.

    The advantage of manually created web 2.0 properties, is that you minimize the risk of getting your properties deleted. Because you spend a few min to ad a full name, date of birth, photo etc. and you even log into your property more then onces.

    I would highly recommend that you go manually, before considering doing it with automated tools.
     
  4. FuryKyle

    FuryKyle Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Absolutely this. Treat your web web 2.0's like gold.
     
  5. daymond

    daymond Junior Member Premium Member

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    Everything depends if you know what you are doing. For beginners it is better when you make things manually so you see the whole picture and believe me in seo sometimes small things are important to get results. When you have some experience you can move to the software but here you must remember that lots of ppl can use similar tool, it can speed up seo process but b/c of tool popularity can have some drawbacks. The best thing is to create your own tools, it cost time and money but with zenno/ubot is faster than raw programming. You have in such case much better control of what you are doing which give more possibilities (for example you could send pm's on web 2.0 pages etc).
     
  6. Neeoo

    Neeoo Junior Member

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    I create all my web 2.0 properties manually. I post to them manually. I feel the web 2.0 properties are just like my money sites and I take care of them.
     
  7. mouthpaw

    mouthpaw Junior Member Premium Member

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    Looking at productivity over time, you gotta look at how many of those 2.0s get deleted forcing you to go back and recreate.

    My grandma* did a study on her own domains and found that the levels were about on par for automated and manual. The difference was a wash.

    * just kidding about the grandma part. My grandma doesn't do shit manually - she just blasts away 24/7...
     
  8. _Chip_

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    I am actually posting unique high quality articles on my webs... treat them like your baby :p
     
  9. zmoney

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    I do all mine manually, not that I do alot, maybe 20 per page on my site. Write a couple of 300 word articles and manually spin the crap outta em. They are perfectly readable. I go back and put maybe 2-3 more posts on there and then a message saying things will slow down because I got a new job and work 60+ hours a week LOL....

    But it's just getting damn slow now, as I'm needing to up it a bit... Thinking of maybe doing some imacros stuff or something dont know...
     
  10. SmileAtmyWins

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    Any website you are considering making some serious money off of, you should do them manually. I do, just to play it safe.
     
  11. blackhatchampion

    blackhatchampion Senior Member

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    I know manual is best. but I am looking for best software to web 2.0
     
  12. blackfairy

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    How can it be a better quality when you do it manually? Sorry but that makes no sense to me. I can go to a web 2.0 property manually, create an account, create a page, put my articles there, or I can do exactly the same with the help of a tool. The only difference is the time spent while doing it manually.
    I'm not talking about leaving footprints here, that's a whole different issue.
     
  13. senty4love

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    This is what i do..

    try to do manual submission first to check whether u can post to web2 site..also check for the quality of web2 and whether it is heavily moderated..

    once u have nice list of web2 .. try to automate as much as possible using available tools [like senukex, seolr or zenno] or outsourcing it completely
     
  14. Seoservices004

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    Here Are Some of Web 2.0 :-


    Here Are Best Ones :-

    • wordpress
    • myspace
    • weebly
    • tumblr
    • atom
    • webs
    • wikispaces
    • blog
    • multiply
    • wetpaint
    • sosblogs
    • zimbio
    • livejournal
    • quizilla.teennick
    • blogspot

    Always Do it Manually With Images Or Video Related to your Post..!!

    It is The Best Way..And These Web 2.0 Sites Are Very Powerful So Always Make it As your Best..!!

    :)
     
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  15. jsurya

    jsurya Regular Member

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    Manual social bookmarking takes lots of time and these automated tools will be handy. Since we are just creating backlinks to our site, spintax articles is enough to do the job. Making these web 2.0 indexing is another job and if you do that manual too.. you don't have so much life to enjoy :D
     
  16. simpleonline1234

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    I agree with Blackfairy. I have an app that creates accounts on various Web 2.0 sites, logs me in, submits my articles to the website (I have about 5 hand written articles that I have manually spun and I select which ones I want to upload to the site) then signs me out of the account.

    Now whether or not I do that manually or via application the end result is the same and the website doesn't know any different from the automated version vs. the manual version.

    I think it really all comes down to the content that you are placing on the web 2.0 site. If you grab someone elses article spin a bunch of crap and post articles to the site then chances are that the account will be deleted because it is not offering any valuable content to host site or in others words they are not going to sponser crap because it reflects their name.

    In the eyes of a production based businesss it's not the process that gets you it's the end result that makes it or breaks it so to speak.

    Sure you can create 1 million accounts and spin a bunch a garbage to submit to a site but in the long run it will get taken down.

    Or you can create 100k accounts with "real" articles on topic and submit to a Web 2.0 and chances are that not only traffic will draw to the content but your other people will link to your Web 2.0 to refer people from their site and the strength of the backlink grows.

    The host site is happy because they have their name on that end of that link, your happy because you are getting more traffic and a stronger back link, and the reader is happy because they are reading what they are looking for in a topic...let's face it...if your looking for content to read on how to make a website and you end up reading something in jibberious on any topic you are going to bounce out.
     
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