Thinking to Start Making a Private Blog Network (PBN) that contains all Webs 2.0

Fiore
Hey guys! I was thinking about starting a Web 2.0 network but before i do i was wondering if anyone has a pretty big network already that would sell some posts. If I were to start my own how many do you think would be good to start and is just PA30+ fine?
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James Dooley 👑
Iv got over 7000 Web 2.0 network and it 100% is not as good as self hosted private blog network (PBN) sites. However it is still awesome but don't let anyone tell you a web 2 profile is as good as a self hosted website cos they are bullshitting. However if you do want to scale out a web 2 network then it's very easy using a one of several tools so if interested pm me and il tell you how. On the plus side it's much cheaper to do it and I get awesome results from my web2 network so advisable to have for sure!!
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Jesse » James Dooley 👑
can you register expired webs 2.0 using your method? i bought Syndwire Buddy hoping it could register my expired webs 2.0 but i guess it doesn't do that.
James Dooley 👑
You can manually register and load them in but in general I find scraping web 2s are not always great because it's not difficult within several months to get PA35+ profiles even just by liking and commenting on strong relevant accounts. You need remember niche relevance is really important so sometimes I feel it's better creating new in the tool and getting exact URL you like to fit your niche
Jesse
Good point James. I think i have a idea on how your doing that. I seen in the BlackHatWorld forum a Tumblr software that automates follows and stuff on Tumblr. Are you using that or is this something that needs to be done manually? I was planning on building relevant exact urls quality Tumblrs with some ifttt webs 2.0 syndicated to it. Then i want to juice it up with some expired webs 2.0 i find.
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James Dooley 👑
Hi Jesse
yes that's part of the process on the syndication link wheels but there's much more to go with that as well.

Dan Parker 🎓
Sorry to hijack but I'm also thinking about starting a web 2.0 network but was wondering about out bound links (obl)s and linking to more than one money site from the same web 2.0. How does this compare to PBN sites, do the same rules apply? I read only linking to 1 money site from each web 2.0 profile is best?
James Dooley 👑
No it's good to link out to a few sites including some niche relevant authority sites. If anyone is interested in the tool and building it out message me and il get back to you. I'm in Vegas though at present on vacation so be a few days before I reply. Ta
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Dan Parker 🎓
Yes, i read linking to niche relevant authority sites is a good idea. Would you do this and then link out to just 1 money site per web 2.0 profile or if not how many is safe to link to? I may be interested in some tools like that so pm me. Enjoy Vegas.

James Dooley 👑
I would say two sites and two authority sites then move on and scale it out and build yourself 2000+ web 2s. This actually is not hard to do when you have the right tools in place

Dan Parker 🎓
Thanks for the info James, pm me about your tools when you're back

Fiore ✍️
Should I be focused on Tumblrs , just finding ones with pa27+ rather than always with trust flow (TF)? And what's the most cost effective way to register like 20 or 30
James Dooley 👑
You don't just want Tumblrs and also you don't want to just register the $1 PA30 profiles cos it's more about niche relevance on these web 2s and it's very easy to build up authority anyway. You need a tier structure put in place so your t3 web 2s are niche relevant to power up your t2 webs 2.0 to make them super niche relevant to power up your t1 branded webs 2.0. All have power, rank, niche relevant and google loves it. You need strategies in place though to do this!!
Fiore ✍️
Ahhh OK thank you will go that way!

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Aasim
Creating free blogs on websites such as Simplesite, Yola etc just for building a Backlink is legit or not (in the eyes of Google)?? Does this backlink has any value?
Thanks,
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Eean
You managed to ask like 3 district questions here.
Those links can be good. Building anything for the link is a violation of TOS.
If you happen to have a link in a guest post because it's necessary for context, white hat. If you are motivated by the power of that link and build your strategy around getting the most authority from it, YOU ARE BAD.
But the chasm between Google's rules and what works is pretty huge.
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Aasim ✍️ » Eean
Does these types of backlinks attract Google penalty for the destination website or not?
Eean » Aasim
lol. OK you basically just asked 'how do I rank on Google'.
There are hundreds of different variables. Google is trying to figure out what is quality. Figure out how they tell what quality is and produce a reasonable example of that and you'll be fine.
Or put in the 10's of thousands of hours doing experiments and get away with murder.
Aasim ✍️ » Eean
Thank you for your response but that's not what I asked. I asked about the possibility of attracting a Google penalty for these types of Backlinks.
Eean
I mean. You can get a penalty pretty easily, but what site you're posting on probably won't be the reason. (As long as you're not using hacked sites and malware domains)
You're asking questions without definite right answers. The domains themself should not cause a penalty. Almost anything else you do (content, schema, anchor text etc…) can result in algorithmic penalties.
If you're afraid of anti-spam manual actions, you're really not going to see that from some microsite/blog accounts unless you're cloaking malware.
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Aasim ✍️ » Eean
Thank you
Eean
Also algorithmic penalties happen ALL THE TIME, that's why tracking changes and rankings is crucial. Algorithmic penalties are sometimes very elusive, but usually pretty easy to understand. And not at all a big deal on general. Manual actions take a lot more stupid stuff to cause.
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Aasim ✍️ » Eean
Thank you so much! Just one more question, do these backlinks contain any value?
Eean » Aasim
depends on how much authority they have. And citation flow (backlinks)
Doing this, manually will probably not be profitable unless your content is generating links.
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Tigulo
8 years ago it was effective but today it is not 🙂

Aasim ✍️ » Tigulo
Not sure. When even Nofollow links can contain some value (according to expert SEOs) then why not these links?
Tigulo
If your purpose is to create web2.0 for backlinks is not good. No follow links has a value if it is natural. If you want to create a mini blog you should have a good content that readers will like it, build brand name of your mini blog or web2.0.. not all do follow links are good and it depends of the site where you link.
Its useless if you create a mini blog if doesn't have a traffic 🙂
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Mehran
If you can get traffic from these blogs to your own, then sure, go ahead, these are worthy links. Otherwise avoid.
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Manvendra
I won't say that it helps a lot. but yeah it makes some difference.
Currently, one of my sites with very low competition is being ranked just with these web 2.0s. So I would recommend going for it if the competition is low to medium. And also make sure your content is epic because that is the only thing that makes a huge difference.
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Markó
I have several sites ranked only by web 2.0s also, and as you said, if you put legit content on them, they can be very useful. Two of my sites compete for several highly competitive keywords and they work there too if you have a lot of different web 2.0s
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Sharjeel
Consider this: You have a jar full of pebbles. You add a few small pebbles that are hollow. Do they make a difference? Yes they do!
Do they increase the weight of the jar? Not much.
That is what these web 2.0s will do for your site.
Always focus on relevancy. If the links you get are from sites within your industry, they will make a difference even if they are low authority.

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