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WhiteHat or BlackHat

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by farking, Oct 27, 2009.

  1. farking

    farking Newbie

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    Hey,

    Had a couple questions and wanted your opinions.

    I just purchased uniquearticlewizard.com. Usually I manually post articles to the usual suspects...ezinearticles, etc, but a couple people told me I was being too cautious and could pick it up.

    So my questions are:

    Is UAW whitehat or blackhat?
    How many article submissions/day is alright for a new site (1 month old domain) and older sites (1 year+) before I'm hurting rather than helping my SEO?
     
  2. salman321

    salman321 Junior Member

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    increase the submission speed gradually for the new domain. You can be a bit aggressive for the 1 year old.
     
  3. twix70

    twix70 Regular Member

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    For the 1 month old domain keep it slow ie. no more than 10 backlinks a day at first. You can go much stronger at the 1 year old site. Whatever you do on either site keep it consistent. Gradual build up and drop off.
    As to bh or wh, anything which artificially increases serps is by definition BH but most people do both and wouldn't class this as bh really more grey hat which most of us do.
     
  4. peter2002

    peter2002 Senior Member

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    First, I think it's not a problem to increase your backlinks to 20+ backlinks a day for the new site. Just do it consistently, so that it looks normal.

    Second, depending on the keyword competition you might want to try to get your EZA article to rank high in Google by building one-way links from high PR authority sites pointing to your articles, using linkwheels, etc. Over time your website will rank high as well. Do this especially with your new website.