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When building web 2.0 links...question

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by muxmkt, Aug 8, 2012.

  1. muxmkt

    muxmkt Power Member

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    Hi,

    When manually buidling links on web 2.0 sites, i should create one new profile/account for each site or i can have 1 account on each site and than post different links/articles on them? it would affect anything?

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    john1444 Elite Member

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    There is no point creating two web 2.0 accounts when you can actually have more than one blog on each account.Except if you want to use a different IP in registering the accounts but you will what to ask yourself of what use is it when there are tons of web 2.0, blogs and many other platform/sites to get links from different IPs.
     
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  3. muxmkt

    muxmkt Power Member

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    Thanks for the reply. So ill create a profile on couple web 2.0 accounts and make posts (with links, duh) for my different stuffs.. This is how it works right? =)

    Sorry im noob @ SEO
     
  4. KevinA

    KevinA Regular Member

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    Yep, thats about it. Create an account on different web 2.0 sites and go from there. To start with, you can just use 1 account, as you do things in higher volumes you may want to start separating your accounts to make it easier to manage.
     
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  5. muxmkt

    muxmkt Power Member

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    Thanks KevinA!

    One more question, is it okay to create all my web 2.0 posts for a niche website in one day, than use something like pingexpert or even linklicious to drip the pings?

    Or is it better to make couple posts each day? Any significant difference?
     
  6. MikeHunt00

    MikeHunt00 Registered Member

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    If it helps (im also very new to this).

    I treat every one of my sites like they where setup by a differant person.

    Everysite gets a new gmail, new adwords (because i use lots of vouchers).
    New twitter, facebook etc.

    I keep track of everything on my pin up project board that sits above my desk...that way i remember every account and username...i keep the passwords somwhere secure.

    Makes it easy to handle...im doing 5 sites now and it works well (no idea if this system will work when i get to 100 sites or so).
     
  7. muxmkt

    muxmkt Power Member

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    Yes i was thiking about creating 1 web 2.0 profile for each website, actually i dont know if there is any difference if i have 1 account on each site and post multiple links, or 1 account for each site with just a post for the actual site.

    anybody have any input?
     
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    john1444 Elite Member

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    There are countless web 2.0 sites that you can use why settle for just two except if you are not serious about your SEO.There are several web 2.0 that allows you to create multiple blogs under one account for people who want to segregate their niches such as:bloggerwordpresslive.journalmultiplye.t.cRather than have more than one account for each web 2.0, why not create accounts with about 10 different 2.0s that allow you to create sub blog, this way you won't have to bother about keeping multiple accounts with one 2.0.Try to create the accounts with one email, username and password for ease sake.Ofcourse, you can post all your content one time or daily.It just depends on your strategy.
     
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    ezine.writer Regular Member Premium Member

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    When there is a Volume increase then its better to start separating as things can get messy with one profile...
     
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  10. futurestic06

    futurestic06 Supreme Member

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    create only one account in every web 2.0 then create different blogs for different keywords and link to your main money sites. there is no need to create new accounts.
    thanks
     
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