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Which Web 2.0 Properties Do You Use That Will Stay Permanently?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Aesthetics, Nov 16, 2011.

  1. Aesthetics

    Aesthetics Newbie

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    I've been using Squidoo mainly because I've created over lenses and all the lenses are still on my account.

    I've tried HubPages and Wordpress but both deleted my accounts and all my work was removed.

    Can anyone give me/us a list of web 2.0 properties where you can create literally unlimited without running into problems?

    I would highly appreciate it.

    -Aesthetics
     
  2. SEOWhizz

    SEOWhizz Power Member

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    With Web 2.0's, there's no such thing as permanent. But you have a much greater chance of your account/posts sticking if you create on-topic, quality, engaging content, rather than spammy, link-laden marketing, poor quality, (spun) content.
     
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  3. Kikerinka

    Kikerinka Senior Member

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    I would say that blogspot, blog com, wikispaces, tripod , just as an example, stick pretty well! Try some of those and you'll be positively surprised!
     
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  4. Big_0n3

    Big_0n3 Senior Member

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    It will be great if someone can post an updated list of web 2.0 properties sites.
     
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    Ranko Jones BANNED BANNED

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    That list turned out pretty shit for me.

    I spent a whole day going thru it and only ended up with like 10 sites i could submit to.
     
  7. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    I have several hundred in various private networks that I own; I control them so the links will never be taken down and I add a lot of content to them with no outbound links and some with outbound links as well as backlink them.

    I believe that is the only way you are going to be sure that they will never come down.
     
  8. Big_0n3

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    and the price will be?
     
  9. Aesthetics

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    Well Squidoo for one has been good to me, blogspot as well. HubPages and Wordpress are out of the question if your doing it by masses (spun content and the same IP).

    Any more suggestions are appreciated.

    So far I got

    Squidoo
    BlogSpot
    Weebly
    FreeWebs (Slow Index)
    Tumblr
    ..

    ? :D
     
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    BassTrackerBoats Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    That was not an offer to sell anything but rather a strategy I use. I also use a lot of the free ones out there but if you want a guarantee you would need to own the Web 2.0 properties.
     
  11. Expertpeon

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    Wow you are doing it so so so wrong. :rolleyes:

    Every one of those sites allows posts, and if you don't create garbage 1 tier spun articles, they stick almost 100% of the time.
    Even blog.com which is one of the biggest anti-spam sites, accepts 95% of the web 2.0s I make, and they remain online for at least 6 months (ones from 6 months ago are still up)
     
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  12. cybersage

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    I love blog.com web 2.0s (and squidoo too for that matter, I use many other web 2.0s too), as the quality of content I put is high quality spins, but the nice thing is that I have several of these web 2.0s with decent PR that gets passed to my $$$ site (squidoo and blog stuff seem to get PR really easily for me, but it just may be the randomness of some of the lower level links I'm throwing at them). And I personally think phpbuilt's list is very nice!
     
  13. Philipuk1983

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    made about 200, 2 months later all the wordpress were gone and random ones of the rest, weebly seemed best and so easy to throw a fast page together, they dont even make your confirm your mail
     
  14. Expertpeon

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    I recently automatically generated (changing the blog name, tagline, deleting sample page etc) 500 wordpress.com accounts for a niche. I created 2500 posts 5 per blog (automatically of course with images/videos embedded)
    Every last link is still up and running (almost 2 weeks later)

    I have yet to have a wordpress blog deleted... ever.
     
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  15. oneder

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    If you throw up one crap page and run away, they will get deleted. To do it right read this:

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...web2-0-structures-yourself-simple-method.html

    Most probably are lazy though and don't have the work ethic Scritty has...
     
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  16. oneder

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    That's simply mind boggling, I can't keep up...
     
  17. Expertpeon

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    Scritty's method would benefit from 10-15 sentence replacement spun articles, rather than all of the manual work.
    What I do is simple with wordpress and I have not had a single account deleted (I have something like 2500 accounts there since my template was done a few weeks ago)
    Day #1: Automatically create 2000 accounts with proxies that have speeds >40kbs
    Day #2: Use cleanup template to go in, strip out the sample pages, sample comments and change the blog's title and taglines
    (of course you'd be doing other backlinks during this time)
    Then whenever you like, start posting!
    Post 3-4 posts and leave it... come back in 1-2 weeks (whenever you're running another article through new sites) and post A SINGLE article to each from the previous session
    DONE. Don't post on them again, they should survive forever. If you feel like it you can drop a post there monthly... wordpress def won't be removing them then.

    The secret is extremely well put together articles so that the grammar is all 100% readable and every article appears different.
    I will let you know if any actually do wind up being deleted, but I doubt they will. I have ones from back in april made similarly (but by hand) and they are still there.

    Doomby is one of my absolute favs though (something about it is just nice for a website), and my tumblr template is incredible as well... nothing like 200 subdomains and 1500 articles on tumblr giving you the actual post link itself.
    Something extremely beautiful about the whole thing, as tumblr is something no automated tool does well (besides mine)
     
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  18. oneder

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    Isn't that overkill though? I mean, I'm just trying to rank for some simple medium competition keywords. If I had to keep track of all those blogs, I'd go nuts. Scritty also keeps adding content to his, far beyond 5 posts it sounds, so they gain in rank over time. I mean how do you come up with several thousand titles for the blogs? What about the theory that all your backlinks shouldn't be coming from the same IP's, i.e. Wordpress?
     
  19. Expertpeon

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    Personally I don't have to keep track of them ;)
    It's all done for me, I just save each session with a date tag, and after the last article I delete the text file for that session.

    Several thousand titles for the blog is easy... I write generally 20-25 titles and spin them into each other, takes like 10 minutes really.
    Well I personally do almost 90 web 2.0s, and then do a lot of manual PR5+ blog commenting (only d0follows), then throw in a lot of pyramids on top of the web 2.0s

    I have seen no indication that high PR blog network >>>> lots of high PR web 2.0s
    Once you start topping 3000-4000 high PR web 2.0s you realize that they have the same effect, or nearly so, of the same amount of high PR private blog network posts.
    Lastly, I'd take 5000 links embedded in related content with 5-10 million links pointing to those pages at a place like yahoo.com over 50,000 unique IP homepage links.

    To me, SEO is all about what I can do without having to pay some knucklescraper $2/mth for a homepage link... by the thousands.
    The better you get at generating google loved links, en masse, for free, the more competitive everything you do becomes. It's pretty hard for someone to keep up with you if all they're doing is shelling out $50k/mth on homepage links and you're generating 60-70k web 2.0s/mth
     
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  20. johndea

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    Could you describe the pyramids on top of the web 2.0s?

    Do the PR5+ blogs point to your money site or the web 2.0s or somewhere in the pyramid?

    Why do you say you do only 90, if earlier you say that you create 2000 accts on wordpress?