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web2.0 = PBN ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nickvk, Oct 2, 2015.

  1. nickvk

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    is this possible any of the case ?

    i don't even how to ask question on this, only thing i see is ownership thing, domain difference, ip

    seriously i have just full form knowledge of PBN , i don't care coz i don't have time to build a PBN right now.

    anyone help me clear this. i have made 10 web2.0 initially before i started making content for my site but this pbn thing is causing little discomfort.
     
  2. safex

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    If you have web 2.0 blogs with good PA, Than yes. You can use them as PBN. expired web 2.0 or expired domains both can be converted into PBN and can be used.
     
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  3. guillaumemcom

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    As safex said, yes it's possible.

    For example, with scrapebox, you can look for expired web 2.0 :
    - make a list of keywords related to your main website
    - use a footprint to search for the web 2.0 you're interested in (for example weebly or tumblr. Not all web2.0 allows to register on expired names)
    - gather the urls and check if there's something on it (with Scrapebox Alive check for example)
    - Check the PA/DA TF/CF On those available for register to see if they are worth using on your pbn.

    Creating a web2.0 from scratch will take a lot more time to establish some authorithy, you will need to create links to your web2.0, but by using this method, you can find expired web2.0 with already lots of links, just waiting for you to register it :)
     
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  4. ningning

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    As guillaumemcom writes you basically have two options.

    1. Spend your time finding expired web 2.0 domains and use these for your PBN. The downside is that you are limited to the few platforms that allow you to re-register. The upside is that you can get links that already have authority.

    2. Build web 2.0 sites from scratch and spend your time giving them authority. The downside is that you need to build a second tier of links. The upside is that you can get a better diversity in your back links since you are not limited to platforms that allow you to re-register.

    You will end up spending time either researching good expired domains or building a second tier. Both options works well.

    A third option would be to combine the two above.
     
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  5. JimSouza

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    Thanks so much for this post. You really help me a great deal

     
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  6. accelerator_dd

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    ANy property - web2.0 or PBN that has great links can be used. All you care about is the links to that property, as long as you get this

    Quality Links ---> Some Property(web2.0/pbn) ---> Moneysite

    You will get the ranking benefits.
     
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  7. randomzeus

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    Of course that it is possible. As long as no one else has access to these Web 2.0 properties and you control all of them, you can regard them as a PBN. But, they won't be as strong as the real deal.
     
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  8. kunglee1

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    Web2.0s can be removed anytime as you dont have full control over them, but if you manage to get them to stick and increase their authority, then they make a great PBN themselves.
     
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  9. ThopHayt

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    You don't want your link profile to be too full of web2.0 links. This looks highly spammy. Use fewer web2.0s but use better quality and post more content on them over time.
     
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  10. ningning

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    You are welcome
     
  11. TheSEOWizard

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    Being one of the top expired Web 2.0 sellers on Fiverr and also an expired domain seller and SEO service provider, I can say for sure that this Web 2.0 strategy works well. However, from my personal experiments, I would like to add that expired Web 2.0 PBN even though being very effective is still a bit lesser effective compared to expired domains PBN. At this time, nothing beats a high quality expired domain PBN. Next comes expired Web 2.0 PBNs and then the rest. Even a single good link from a good expired domain makes the keyword jump in the SERPs like Neil Armstrong jumping on the moon (depending on the competition of course) ;)
     
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    thanks I didn't know that. Time to go make more sites :)
     
  13. wjwbiter

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    Can you give me a PM about your service?