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(@kireg)
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February 13, 2017 4:56 am  

Hey guys, I've been following Nick's guides for couple of months already and had 1 failure already. However, I decided to move on and give them a try one more time.

Currently I'm using the fresh web 2.0 strategy. I'm writing new content on the web 2.0's and trying to index everything. However, doc shares index with no problem, but the fresh web 2.0's can't index and I'm already on month 2. My content is real and handwritten. I do not know what might be the problem. Also, I'm following Nick's perfect anchor text ratio.

Any advice? 


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(@gareth)
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February 23, 2017 12:16 am  

Hi Kireg,

I have been following Nick’s plan and I am having a lot of success with it. For the Web 2.0 articles that I wrote, I made sure that they were over 600 words long and provided real content linking out to various other websites on the web.

On some Web 2.0’s I wrote three articles on others I wrote 10 articles. I just kept it random. Every month, I dump a new article onto the web 2.0 to keep them fresh.

These Web 2.0’s indexed and stayed indexed.

I then went one step further.

I then treated each Web2.0 that indexed as a new site and provided Tumblr Links and more Web2.0s pointing to it.

The increased power allowed my posts on my money to rank and any new posts I write appear on the first page of google now.

 

It is amazing to see what happens when you knuckle down and do the hard work.


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(@burchisms)
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February 25, 2017 1:53 am  

Gareth, can you elaborate? For your new posts are you creating new tumblrs and web 2.0's to create links to them?

Or are your new posts ranking just because of the links to your first money post? Basically it's raising your Domain strength if this is the case? 


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(@kentuckymike)
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February 28, 2017 7:50 am  

Web 2.0 is a good strategy now a days. I have seen many SEO experts are doing this for their website.


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(@henrick93)
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March 6, 2017 7:34 am  

If you can create do follow web 2.0 for your website and can share good content there. You could easily increase website visitors and rank your keywords.


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(@gareth)
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March 6, 2017 12:05 pm  

Burchisms

I write a new post on my money site of more than 1000 words. I then publish and let the money site settle.

I then go to my web2.0 site and write a 600-word article and publish that the next day with one link pointing to my money site and another link pointing to some other site above page 10 in google in the same niche as me.  

I have 5 web 2.0 on the first tier that I do that on.  

I then go and write a new article in a much broader and general sense of my niche between 350 words to 1000 words depending on the second tier web 2.0 site. 

I point one link to the first tier web2.0 and another link to another site in the same broad niche. 

I then create 3 tumblers with links pointing at the first tier web2.0. 

I then index them straight away. 

I find that instead of creating a hundred web2.0, I rather create 5 and then treat them like my own website and update them at least once a week and then backlink them too. 

It makes the web2.0 super strong and removes any suspicion as they are linking out to other resources on the web and are providing value to the people reading them.

Some niches it only takes 5 web 2.0 and others might need 20 web2.0.

I am always testing to see what work, as then I can move up to hosted domains and just implement my knowledge straight away and create a super powerful pbn for my own use.

 


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(@jacks009)
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May 21, 2017 8:04 am  

Web 2.0 site only use unique content for posting purpose. 


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(@dvaedc3)
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May 25, 2017 12:58 am  
Posted by: KireG

 

Hey guys, I've been following Nick's guides for couple of months already and had 1 failure already. However, I decided to move on and give them a try one more time.

Currently I'm using the fresh web 2.0 strategy. I'm writing new content on the web 2.0's and trying to index everything. However, doc shares index with no problem, but the fresh web 2.0's can't index and I'm already on month 2. My content is real and handwritten. I do not know what might be the problem. Also, I'm following Nick's perfect anchor text ratio.

Any advice? 

   

index them using Google console and then after that, submit it to pingbomb.com.

hope this helps.


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(@slymeasy)
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January 18, 2018 10:22 am  
Posted by: Gareth

 

I then create 3 tumblers with links pointing at the first tier web2.0. 

Are these brand new Tumblrs or high TF/PA properties?


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