Now, I want you to think of a spider web.
How does this spider build her web?
She starts off with a strand of her silk, linking 2 branches together.
She goes on to make another, and another, and another…
Repeating the process for a hundred times before a solid web is formed.
Likewise, you have to be like the incy wincy spider,
Starting off with one backlink, and another, and another.
Repeat until your Page Authority is fucking solid.
But you have even more advantage that the spider.
The spider can’t choose or change the strength of its links.
The spider can’t make more than one web; which is the web it owns.
But you can.
The Fastest Way To Build Strong Backlinks: Web 2.0
All free blogging platforms and sites are categorized as Web 2.0.
These sites usually let you change URLs, images, videos, inquiry forms, page layout, etc.
The most popular Web 2.0 platforms are Weebly, Blogger, Wix, and even Tumblr.
Now, why is it that Web 2.0 platforms make such great backlinks?
Let me give you some illustrations.
If web pages are boats, then Web 2.0 platforms are gigantic cruise ships.
If you wanted to work as a crew, do you think the boat or the ship will look better on your resume?
The ship, of course. So you’re leveraging on the AUTHORITY of the ship.
You want to apply for a sick leave from your company.
Whom will you ask to write a letter to your company; your mom or your doctor?
If you answer ‘Mom,’ get off my page.
So yes, you get it by now. What I’m basically saying is that all Web 2.0 platforms have high Domain Authority (DA).
So if you jump on board, you’re piggy-backing on them at god-speed.
When you start off your website as a sub-domain (like youraccountname.wordpress.com), your own Page Authority (PA) will start out with PA 0.
But don’t worry, like I said, you’re leveraging on the big boys who have high DA so you’ll climb super fast.
You don’t even need to create hundreds of links like the spider did.
With only a few strong links (say 10), any Web 2.0 subdomains like yours can scale from PA 0 to over PA 30.
If you write an article about procrastination and monkeys that gets referred by (backlink) a TedxTalk video (quality website with high DA) about that specific topic (highly relevant page), you’re get significant Authority Juice from the referring site.
(Incidentally, there really is a TedxTalk video on procrastination and monkeys. You can watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arj7oStGLkU)
How To Build High-Quality Web 2.0 Pages
Step 1: Get ready for a lot of HANDS-ON work
Since most automated programs out there can’t help you post your webpage’s link on the best Web 2.0s, you will need to do it manually on your own.
The diagram below is a framework of how to create SOLID backlinks to bump your site’s PA.
As you can see, the links are divided according to tiers. All of these links are going to funnel the traffic you want into your site. As you go higher up the tiers, you can see that the relevancy of each backlink is increasing.
For example, imagine your site is about COOKING EGGS.
Tier 1 Backlink: Articles on ‘How To Cook Omelet’ that have direct links to your site.
Tier 2 Backlink: Comment on other articles about eggs that has a direct link to your site.
Tier 3 Backlink: “Hey, check out my website!” on a vegan website.
If you’re still spamming thousands of links to your site on every page you visit, you’ve wasted your time because of two things:
- It’s an outdated strategy from the year 2000.
- Google ONLY wants authoritative, relevant, and trusted links hitting your site.
So back to my point, there’s a lot of hands-on work involved because you need to be CREATING CONTENT for those backlinks. You need to write that article and link it back to your site on your own. You need to comment on relevant articles with your link. You need to manually create spam links (because Google knows if a bot is at work).
But trust me, it’s not complicated at all. Just a little bit tedious.
Step 2: Create an email address
The simplest step of all.
Now, since you’ll be creating a lot of new accounts for Web 2.0, I highly recommend you to avoid using your personal email.
Make a default email strictly for the purpose of creating Web 2.0 accounts.
You can use the same email to create all those accounts.
Step 3: Create a shit tonne of Web 2.0s
You can start with just 10, but the more competitive your keyword is, the more Web 2.0s you have to create. Use your new email to create new accounts on WordPress, Blogger, Wix, Tumblr, Pen.io, basically any of the platforms classified as Web 2.0.
List of Do-Follow Web 2.0s will be included at the end of article.
Make an account for every single one of them if you want.
If you’re worried that Google will catch up to your tricks, get a VPN proxy to cover your tracks while you create these accounts. Hide My Ass http://www.hidemyass.com/ has a free trial you can use.
Personally, I don’t find the need to hide my ass.
Step 4: The Fun Part – Create The URLs
So now you have your new accounts on WordPress, Blogger, Wix, Tumblr, Pen.io, yada yada yada. Time for you to create legit-looking URLs that are relevant to your main site.
Let’s use COOKING EGGS as your main site again. Let’s assume your main site is:
What should your Web 2.0 URLs look like?
Pro tip: Include a specific keyword you’re trying to rank for or related LSI keywords.
So your URLs can look something like this:
Notice how these URLs look man-made, random, not obviously spammy, but still very relevant?
That’s what you should be aiming for.
If every Web 2.0 URL you create includes “cooking eggs” in the URL, and has backlinks to your original www.cookmyeggs.com main site, Google will know that it’s all by the same person.
The points is to diversify, diversify, DIVERSIFY. Be smart about it when you make these properties.
(If you don’t know how to pick the right keywords, read about it here <the keyword article>.)
Step 5: The Tedious Part – Create Content
I say tedious because you cannot underestimate the importance of this process. Content creation for your Web 2.0 sites will make or break the whole flow of traffic to your main site.
Not a creative person? Don’t worry, follow this framework and you’re good. Simply pick the method that’s more convenient for you.
- Write the content yourself
If you’re a fast writer like me and not overly OCD with the results, this is the best way to go. When you write shit yourself, Google’s plagiarism tools can identify your content as 100% original and that bumps your credits. However, since we’re talking about 10 web 2.0s (about 30 articles at least), you could consider outsourcing it if you can afford to.
- Advanced Spinning
True writers hate this. But you’re not a writer, so fuck it.
Content spinning is basically getting a software to paraphrase one article into a different one, with essentially the same meaning. And this software can spin a single article A HUNDRED TIMES within minutes. Google bots think it’s a different article entirely. Then, these ‘new’ articles can be uploaded to hundreds of blogs.
Personally, I never use spin content for my Tier 1 backlinks because I found that unique, human-written content works way better. But I guess if you’re really broke and you need the quickest way out, make sure you use advanced spinning that takes between 2 to 4 hours to complete the article.
Don’t settle for shit quality, one-click spinning that makes your content looks like it’s obviously written by robots.
If you wanna get your hands dirty on manual spinning, try spinnerchief. It’s really the best spinner, period.
Step 6: Formatting Guidelines For Your Content
- Keep articles above 500 words no matter what
- Include your primary keyword throughout the article
- Include 3-4 times of your main keyword MAX for a 500-word article
- Some with photos, some with videos, some with both, some with none. Randomization is key.
- The article should contain ONE link to your main site and a few other links to relevant or high authority websites.
- Randomize link placements; slide them in between paragraphs, as photo captions, as CTA at the end, whatever.
Step 7: Dig Google For Filler Content
What do you think about blogs or pages that only have ONE content?
Dodgy right? Google agrees.
So it’s quite likely to get deleted.
But not ALL web 2.0 articles should link to your website. Dodgy as well.
So what do you do?
For each blog and Web 2.0 page that you own, have more than ONE content.
To be safe, have 2 to 3 posts per web 2.0.
To be legit, have 5 to 10 posts per web 2.0.
Do you have to write them all?
Nah. That’s why I’m telling you about filler content. I’ll give you some ideas:
- Scraped articles #sorrynotsorry
- Related photos or videos posts, with a few paragraphs talking about it
- Random stories about your daily life
Step 8: Schedule All Your Posts For Your Blogs RANDOMLY
You want Google to think that ALL your blogs are owned by different people, written at different times, posted from different locations around the world (the Hide My Ass thing).
Some Web 2.0 platforms let users schedule their posts but some don’t, but that’s fine as long as you don’t post everything in one day on a fixed time.
What I usually do is post like 4 to 5 fillers on my blogs and Web 2.0 accounts first.
Later, I schedule my main article with the backlink to be published.
The key is to be unpredictable.
As though there are many strangers writing the blog.
So There You Go, Complete Beginner Guide To Web 2.0s Syndicate!
Think it’s tedious?
I’ll tell you what’s REALLY tedious.
Creating a startup where you have to manage employees, venture capitals, funds, profit, losses, and your life every single day with no success guaranteed despite having sleepless nights.
This whole SEO backlink building thing is child’s play.
Once you’ve mastered this child’s play, HOLLA UNLIMITED TRAFFIC.
That’s why I’m doing SEO full time.
And seriously, there’s no excuse for any Internet-savvy person not to do this.
I’ve spoonfed you all these formulas for SEO success.
What’s left next is to do it.
DO IT NOW.
DON’T BE A LAZY FATHERMUCKER.
List Of Do-Follow Web 2.0s