Web 2.0 Blogs PBN word spinning

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Web 2.0 Blogs PBN word spinning
« on: 12-12-2016, 02:44:23 »
I would like to make a PBN with Web 2.0 Blogs. I have around 50 different Web 2.0 Domains ranging from 34 DA to 96 DA. But I have some questions regarding the linking and possible word spinning.

Obviously I should make my highest DA-Blogs my tier1 links, but how many should this be when I have 50 Blogs? I want to link the lower DA-Blogs togheter so they gain some PA and use them for my tier2 links.

I heard word spinning spares time when you use it within your tier2-blogs, but could I also use them for my tier1-blogs? What are the dangers? What is your experience with word spinning?


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Re: Web 2.0 Blogs PBN word spinning
« Reply #1 on: 12-25-2016, 21:42:01 »
If done right and without automation I have heard of many people who could rank for low competition keywords. Of course this is only a part of my link building strategy, but I think I could rank some of my most important pages (High Volume and high commercial intent).

Of course I would write between 3-10 articles and also link to other high autority site like wikipedia or youtube. I also would link between the tier2 web-blogs and boost them with some "high-quality" blog comments, then link to my tier1 web-blogs.
 

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Re: Web 2.0 Blogs PBN word spinning
« Reply #2 on: 12-26-2016, 04:24:58 »
I think it is better to use original unique content for blogging purpose. So only quality content works and otherwise it is nothing. So if you need results then always use original content to get you results.

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Re: Web 2.0 Blogs PBN word spinning
« Reply #3 on: 12-26-2016, 06:10:57 »
I think it is better to use original unique content for blogging purpose. So only quality content works and otherwise it is nothing. So if you need results then always use original content to get you results.
I totally agree with you :)

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Re: Web 2.0 Blogs PBN word spinning
« Reply #4 on: 12-26-2016, 20:40:53 »
Hey man,

Obviously it would be better to use unique content for your blogs, pbns, etc.. But lets be honest, there are only so many hours in the day. What I would suggest is splitting the difference between automation and unique content down the middle..

You can use word spinners to spin your content many times, but then quickly go over the content and rewrite it to make a little more sense and be a little more unique, because honestly word spinners suck, they suck terribly. I don't mean writing the next new york times best seller, just spend a minute to very quickly skim over the content and simply fix grammar issues and make sure it is some what readable. You can bang out 50 of these in no time...

I Hope this helps.


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Re: Web 2.0 Blogs PBN word spinning
« Reply #5 on: 12-27-2016, 23:47:06 »
I think it is better to use original unique content for blogging purpose. So only quality content works and otherwise it is nothing. So if you need results then always use original content to get you results.

Absolutely. Use mostly all original content, and if it's too time-consuming, pay an online service that offers article writing. You can use that content across platforms and make a video out of the summary of the article.
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