What is the differences between Web 2.0 links & Social Profile Links ? What is a Syndwire?

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Can someone explain the differences between a Web 2.0 links & Social Profile Links ? And What is a Syndwire and how do i create a syndwire campaign?
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    They are all shitty links. The difference is that social profile links are much shittier than web 2.0 links.
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  • Profile picture of the author MadelynnKuphal
    They are different altogether. Web2.0 links are content based links and social profile links are from social media. Syndwire is an automated program where you can add different accounts such as top social media, bookmarking, image sharing, video submission and web2.0 sites and share content at one go.
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    End game buddy; all quality links you would want, are earned by:

    - practicing your writing daily
    - creating helpful content frequently
    - building bonds with top entrepreneurs in your niche.
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  • Profile picture of the author zillur098
    Web 2.0 is a second generation of the World Wide free website that is focused on content-based article and share information online. Its provide a content-based link. And the social profile links come from social media.

    The Syndwire is Social Posting and syndication of social marketing automation platform. Like Hootsuite or Buffer, there have some particular thing about Syndwire, like They are not trying to be everything to everybody. Instead, their target audience seems to be people who want to do video SEO and look at social activity as content syndication.

    Here is the list of sites Syndwire connects to
    1. Youtube
    2. Dailymotion
    3. Typepad
    4. Twitter
    5. Linkedin
    6. Linkedin Group
    7. net
    8. SlashDot
    9. Kipt
    10. Yahoo Biz
    11. Blogger
    12. Google Sites
    13. Delicious
    14. Diigo
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  • Profile picture of the author Outreach Xpert
    Those kind of links are not working in these days and no chance in the future. Due to the latest Google algorithm updates only natural links are counted as backlinks.
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  • Profile picture of the author clairedivas056
    Web 2.0 was first and social media has grown out of Web 2.0 and the creation of the user-generated web. You can refer to social media as a Web 2.0 innovation.


    Syndwire is a syndication tool that is useful in syndicating content in IFTTT including social media, social networking, and social bookmarks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rageshaper
    Main difference is that on web 2.0 you can actually create property, that's why it calls web 2.0 properties sometimes. Be it website, blog or even basic e-commerce store. And even including something social like forum too. Social profile link just your page with much less abilities on some social network where you can probably place some pictures or videos and do not have even it's own subdomain, that's why it's weights less for SEO purposes.
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  • Profile picture of the author fahimr780
    i want to know that as well
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  • Profile picture of the author Rob Dean
    According to my research and work experience, I would say Web 2.0 is a technology that allows us to create platforms for interactivity - where feedback and exchange are key features while Social media is a platform or a tool that enable users take advantage of this benefit that web 2.0 provides for several purposes.
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  • Profile picture of the author Stephen Matthews
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    Web 1.0 was seen as a one-to-many online platform where a few businesses, organizations and individuals held a one-way dialog with people over the internet. They could pass on information in a variety of ways, but the interaction was limited.
    Web 2.0 was seen as the next step for the web. The main concept of Web 2.0 was many-to-many content. Individuals could set up their own websites and blogs, post videos, and fill the web with user-generated content. Part of the Web 2.0 package was an easier platform to work with. For the first time, people with little HTML experience could set up a decent site through third-party software. In fact, many of these platforms were entirely web-based, meaning that almost any computer would do.
    Then came social media, which fits neatly under the whole Web 2.0 evolution in that it centers around easy-to-use platforms that allow users to generate content. What makes social media unique among Web 2.0 innovations is the introduction of web-based sharing. Prior to Twitter or Facebook, you could always email an interesting piece of content to your friends. Social media, however, simplified this process right down to the click of a button. As such, social media is a Web 2.0 innovation not only because it encourages user-generated content, but also because it extends the focus to the users by allowing them to curate other content to share among their networks.

    The Syndwire is Social Posting and syndication tool not very familiar social marketing automation platform. Their homepage reports close to 4000 users worldwide. They would like to go after solopreneur marketers who want to scale their business using automation.
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  • Profile picture of the author onlinemarketing88
    Web 2.O is the blogging sites in which 10 Articles are poster per blog with relevant keywords while Profile Linking is the site in which we add our company details and it's website URLs in it.
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  • Profile picture of the author AAYUSH MISHRA
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    According to my research and work experience, I would say, they are different terms but can be used interchangeably and depending on the context.

    Web 2.0 is a technology that allows us to create platforms for interactivity - where feedback and exchange are key features.

    Social media is a platform or a tool that enable users take advantage of this benefit that web 2.0 provides for several purposes.

    Also Social media enables communication among the users to exchange links with each other to forming a complex web.
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