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which is better?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by giotoreli, Feb 18, 2014.

  1. giotoreli

    giotoreli Junior Member

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    which is better if u have 300 unique articles.
    create 300 web 2.0 and add one article in each.or create 50 high pr web 2.0 and add 6 article in each

    and also article directory. if u have 200 unique artiles.add in 200 article directories ne articl in each,or add in 50 directories 4 articles in each.

    and also in wikis.
     
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    hameem Elite Member

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    Dont know about the other two but for web 2.0, adding 6 articles in high PR web 2.0s is better. It also looks more natural.
     
  3. tony_d

    tony_d Elite Member

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    Create 50, and add 6 each. You'll get significantly more link-juice from it, particularly if you spread out the adding of the 6 articles, ie, one a week for 6 weeks.
     
  4. The SEO

    The SEO Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Pick up high PR web 2.0s and add 6 articles each.

    But submit 300 articles in 300 different directories same as in Wiki.
     
  5. giotoreli

    giotoreli Junior Member

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    thanks all............
     
  6. DamageX

    DamageX Elite Member

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    Not to mention this will likely help the web2.0s not get deleted/banned.