SEO done by hand, by automation, or by outsourcing?

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So, I really want to step up my game with off-page SEO for my site.

I would like to create a bunch of web 2.0's (wordpress, blogger, squidoo, etc.) and post my articles from my blog on it, then blast those 2.0's with blog comments.

I know I have to have link diversity, but I want to start with the web 2.0's.

So, two questions:

1.) Is it fine if I use the exact article that is featured on my blog on the web 2.0's, or do I have to change/spin it? (I know this has been discussed before on WF, but everyone says something different. I am hoping for some definitive answers!).

2.) Would it be best for me to outsource this? Or should I look into SEO software (like Senuke or Licorne AIO)? Or should I attempt to do all the 2.0's by hand, then just outsource the blog comment backlinks?
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  • Profile picture of the author rendell
    Provide value first and leave comments on related blog to direct people to visit ... as simple as that.

    Don't automate by software! It's a sure way to kill your website.
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    Originally Posted by Brendan Carl View Post


    1.) Is it fine if I use the exact article that is featured on my blog on the web 2.0's, or do I have to change/spin it? (I know this has been discussed before on WF, but everyone says something different. I am hoping for some definitive answers!).
    You should use the same article with the same title and content. I have done this and it works well.

    Originally Posted by Brendan Carl View Post

    2.) Would it be best for me to outsource this? Or should I look into SEO software (like Senuke or Licorne AIO)? Or should I attempt to do all the 2.0's by hand, then just outsource the blog comment backlinks?
    If you have the money to outsource then go ahead but if you don't, then do it yourself.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jonwebb
    manual first then teach an independent contractor to do your manual link building.
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  • Profile picture of the author jonathan Cole
    Do all the submission manually and never spin or use same content, it wont help you at all. if you can outsource the work it would be good. Consult any good firm who can help you.
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  • Profile picture of the author akif
    manual seo is the key to success. all submission which is done manually always give you better results. Outsource only when you need exact niche specific submissions and one way two way and three way backlinks.
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  • Profile picture of the author kbrady
    I would think original content would be better then duplicate content on the 2.0 sites but it does take more time and if your blog is indexed first then I doubt the duplicate content on the 2.0 sites would hurt your main blog.
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  • Profile picture of the author David Micheal
    For SEO, better your outsource somebody to do it or you do it by yourself. It is not advise to use any software for SEO job.
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  • Profile picture of the author ird986
    By hand has always been the best way from my opinion; this will take the most time but it will also be the most legitimate! being done in an automated way can be risky at the best of times.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sclark
    To answers your questions:

    1) I wouldn't use the same article on the blog and on web 2.0's. I'd spin it at least or better even write something different for those web 2.0's

    2) It really depends.. It depends on what your time/budget relation is. If you have more free time than money, you can do it yourself. If you don't, you can outsource it and than look for the best price/quality relation.
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