which are the best web2.0 properties that stick??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nakmuay7, Jun 1, 2012.

  1. nakmuay7

    nakmuay7 Junior Member

    Mar 23, 2011
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    Currently looking for web 2.0s that have a good stick rate, so far i have found that tumblr, weebly and livejournal have good stick rates when you use good content and embed video and pics.

    I'm asking as I'm making them as buffer sites to a main site so i would like recommendations that people have had good experience with as i have used a few that take down loads of post within days even when the content is unique readable and of decent quality.

    Thanks Blackhatters.
  2. Ravi546

    Ravi546 Registered Member

    Jul 21, 2011
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    wordpress, insane journal, webs, webspawner, jigsy, sosblogs, jimdo, moonfruit, hpage, livelogcity, bloghi, doomby, fotopages, hipero, angelfire, beep, blinkweb, sweetcircles, qapacity, upsaid, lifeyo, shutterfly, flixya, devhub, poesterous
  3. moeatwa

    moeatwa Regular Member

    Jul 23, 2011
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    Material Engineering Undergrad Student/ Blackhat I
    Land of the Nile
    Excuse me for generalizing, but they'll all stick provided you don't leave a footprint. Are you taking care to change your IP?

    Are you making sure you use a legitimate username and email address? (nickjohn73 is NOT a legitimate looking email or username)

    Do you make an effort to log into the Web 2.0 after you make your first post there? (Or are you just setting and forgetting?)

    Are you using proper grammer and spelling?

    Are you varying your anchor text to include natural things like: "Click here" and "This"?

    If you look like a user instead of a spammer they have no reason to ban you.

    Good luck man.... ;D
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  4. insanebeeftw

    insanebeeftw Junior Member Premium Member

    May 12, 2012
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    moeatwa brings up some great points that could be used as a set of guidelines for newbies. Setting up profiles with each of these web 2.0 platforms takes time and effort, but the whole purpose is not to give the impression of being a spammer. A similar idea comes from correct uses of social bookmarking sites. It used to be that anyone who created any kind of content could submit it to sites such as Digg and get traffic that way. This worked even with sub-par content and no interaction with the rest of the site community. Many different bookmarking sites have been slapping down that practice, and the same idea applies to other web 2.0 tools.