web 2.0 is still a good idea?

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web 2.0 is still a good idea?
« on: 09-17-2020, 17:06:39 »
I know, it's stupid to ask. But even if it's working, I want to give it a try (hope it's not gonna do anything bad to my website). Any technique that can be used to get backlinks from in a short time with getting penalized. Please share some web urls that can be used for article posting to get do-follow backlinks, please..


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Re: web 2.0 is still a good idea?
« Reply #1 on: 10-07-2020, 03:39:13 »
Yes, WEB 2.0 is the best idea for link building, link wheel also there you can create a huge no of backlnks for your site.
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https://www.yatharthmarketing.com/top-corporate-training-services-company.html

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Re: web 2.0 is still a good idea?
« Reply #2 on: 10-19-2020, 23:02:44 »
Yes, web 2.0 is still a proper idea if you do it properly.

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Re: web 2.0 is still a good idea?
« Reply #3 on: 11-10-2020, 01:07:15 »
That is the real question. The idea of ​​a tiered link building or a free private blog network is nothing new. Long before the panda and penguin came on stage, this kind of link building has been going on for years. Most of the posts you read about Web 2.0 link building come from 2012 or 2013, when it was in its last days, before it ended.

it's fine; I think web 2.0 link building is a bit of a collapse industry. It can still work, but it has a lot of flaws.

Google may not penalize your main site for using this method, but it is not afraid to artificially impose a no-flow on your tiered links so that you do not take them seriously.
Setting up for free blogs costs less, but it takes a lot of time to set up the whole process properly, and it can cost a lot to buy valuable content to build more sites.
Every 2.0 effort, time, and money you spend to link to the Web 2.0 method is the effort, time, or money that you can spend on improving your site or marketing in more legitimate ways. You can beat your share elsewhere.
As a gray hat technique, being discovered and out can damage your reputation. Some people, especially advanced marketers, do not like to partner with marketers who use techniques they do not like. This means that it can be difficult to find legitimate contacts with influential people, which is the next big wave in marketing.
So, the technique works, but it's a risk. It is unlikely to be more beneficial than before, but it is just as likely. The energy you put into building sites can be wasted if they don't cost you more.

 

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