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Webs 2.0 ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Sartanion, Mar 28, 2016.

  1. Sartanion

    Sartanion Registered Member

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    Hello, I have 2 questions about webs 2.0, can you help me?

    1. How many articles should I make before I will link to my main website?
    Does is also depends on their age? = Should I write 2, then let it age, then - afterabout 2 months, idex my main website?

    2. Since these webs 2.0 are from the most part for browsers, can spinned articles do that trick? Spinned, als checked if they are really unique for browsers.

    Thank you for everything! :)
     
  2. patriotnews

    patriotnews Senior Member

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    1) mix it up. 5posts, 10posts, 2posts.
    If you are doing new build web2.0s, then yes post an article or 3 and let them stew for 2-4months. Not a bad idea to push some backlink to them.
    If they are deregistered expired web2.0s, post an article, wait a week for it to index.

    2) you can use spun articles, BUT be aware, it isn't just Google, you could face a review by the web2.0 admin staff, could your site pass that review? If you don't you have just lost your backlink.
    -free tip: if you are going to use quality spun stuff and NOT junk spun articles, create a persona on the site where English is their 3rd language. Usually passes manual review.
     
  3. tiiberius

    tiiberius Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Mix the number of articles but never include your link in the first one.

    There is no set rule for content publishing. You are the webmaster you set the rules (not Google). However, once you set them, stick to them.

    As for linkbuilding spun content is fine but the life span of it is low (usually). Web 2.0 network itself will delete it. Fine to C&B tho.
     
  4. charliebrooker

    charliebrooker Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Don't link in the first post you create.

    How I do it for my Web 2.0 clients is I create a general trust article then drip feed the keyword post, plus supporting posts linking back to it, over a couple of weeks.

    But more than the time, it's the quality that matters.