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Web 2.0s not getting indexed?

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by cinereus, May 22, 2012.

  1. cinereus

    cinereus Registered Member

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    I've been manually making lots of (non-interlinked) high-quality web 2.0s on weebly, tumblr, blogspot, squidoo and wordpress. I put at least 2 x 300 word unique articles and do reblogs/images/videos etc. Then some of them I hit with AMR links and some I just leave alone. I use linklicious for all of them.

    The problem is almost all of them are not indexed at all or are really really low ranking even for the site name or obscure strings of text. Is Google deindexing them or giving them penalties? Why won't my web 2.0s get in the index at all let alone rank?

    Any ideas? These are high-quality properties that take a few hours to make each.
     
  2. ardvark

    ardvark Regular Member

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    Im having the same problem with some blogspot sites. Some rank, then just disappear after a couple of days. Some i have done are holding well, then some dont index at all.

    Google doing my head in at the moment!!
     
  3. frazgta

    frazgta Power Member

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    Maybe you should add some more content. Also try building some SB High PR AA blog comments or AMR links to those Web 2.0's. These days its taking upto 2 weeks for Web 2.0s to get indexed even if they are unique content.
     
  4. Four Seasons

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    Just 3 days ago, I made 20 authority web 2.0 properties (wordpress, blogspot, tumblr, weebly, etc.) with 5 posts each. Each post contains atleast 400 words, and they are all unique. I checked all the links yesterday, 100/100 indexed. It took 2 days to be indexed.
     
  5. frazgta

    frazgta Power Member

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    When you say unique do you mean very well spun or totally unique
     
  6. edierl

    edierl Newbie

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    I've been testing lately creating web 2.0 properties and bookmark each one of them using bmd and they get indexed really fast
     
  7. eagleshot

    eagleshot Junior Member

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    Simple...

    Ping-
    Blast each web 2.0 with BMD-
    Blast each web 2.0 with Scrapebox AA List-
    Blast each web 2.0 with AMR AA List-
    RSS Submit each to RSS directories-
    Submit RSS Feed to your hosting account, submit that link to a few RSS directories.

    This will get them all indexed fast.
     
  8. cinereus

    cinereus Registered Member

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    Is AMR etc. not a risk post-pengiun?
    Totally unique.


    This seems very risky? But you think they haven't been index because they don't have enough links not because they have too many links?
     
  9. audhora

    audhora Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    i had good luck with scrape box............blast using an AA list, hope u will see result in no time.
     
  10. eagleshot

    eagleshot Junior Member

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    This seems very risky? But you think they haven't been index because they don't have enough links not because they have too many links?[/QUOTE]

    Why do you think this is risky? These are web 2.0's, not your money site.
     
  11. alexjer12

    alexjer12 Registered Member

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    Yes blast your web2.0 with scrapebox and amr
     
  12. Knoxgates

    Knoxgates Supreme Member

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    Blast 1000-2000 scrapebox comments to these web2.0 properties to get them indexed. These properties with spun content will not get indexed without doing anything.
     
  13. toysonline

    toysonline Regular Member

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    here's my case.

    i started doing SEO on a local hair removal clinic in my country. we started after the penguin updates, so i decided not to use any of my tools: amr, scrapebox and senuke

    after optimizing the onsite, i focus on offsite link building thru social media sites like the one you mentioned. i manually created each accounts, posted articles on each sites. this are unique readable articles which i bought in fiverr, 15 articles for $5. each post have link connected to the main site and other web 2.0 site.

    after posting on each web2.0 sites, i will do social bookmark on each link using twitter, facebook, google+, onlywire submission and other similar results.

    after 3 weeks, my newly created website for my client turned up on page one for the main keyword.

    other than this, i just do 25 PR submission in fiverr, plus 100 edu comments in fiverr as well. so far according to majestic seo, only 5 PR sites are found...that's the only link it can detect.

    but with the results that i have, i think google is giving web2.0 and social bookmarks a value which may not be visible in majestic seo and other tools.

    anyway, this is just my case, i'm not saying it will work for you but it's worth a try.
     
  14. cinereus

    cinereus Registered Member

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    Well a) they take a long time to make and b) they link to my money site.
     
  15. frazgta

    frazgta Power Member

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    Just keep the link velocity steady and anchor text diverse( around 20% main keyword, 30-40% LSI, 50-60% general like "click here","here is the website", "visit my website here" etc) during backlinking your web 2.0s and you will be fine.
     
  16. shredthisway

    shredthisway Newbie

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    I know this is gonna sound like a complete noob question but 'What is Web 2.0?'
     
  17. Four Seasons

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    No, I used articlebuilder to those 100 web 2.0 posts. One thing I forgot to say is that I loaded all the post links into backlinksindexer, but I don't know if it would make a difference.
     
  18. ugjunk

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    I think you should add more contents. Since you have already pinged all your web 2.0, just wait for few days and things should get index. Right now, it's taking 3-4 days for me for my web 2.0 sites to get indexed.
     
  19. havingadabble

    havingadabble Regular Member

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    Web 2.0 sites are generally sites that rely moreso on social interaction and user generated contents. Think of sites like Blogger, Wikipedia, Youtube etc as prime examples of Web 2.0 sites.
     
  20. shredthisway

    shredthisway Newbie

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    Oh!! Alright, thanks havingadabble.