Articles on your site vs on web 2.0 for SEO

by ikuret75 3 replies
Hi,

I am making a new site and I'm wondering if I should put all the high quality articles/content on the website, or divide up articles and use them on web 2.0 properties.

The reason is that even if you have many good quality articles/content on your website, you still need at least some quality backlinks.Although Google doesn't like spammy usage of WEB 2.0, if you write original, good quality content on web 2.0 then it would not beconsidered spam, and it will be good backlink source since web 2.0 has high authority already.

If I'm not wrong with this thinking, I think I should use some of my articles on web 2.0. But I'm wondering how much percentage to go to WEB 2.0.

I still need high quality content on my website to get the authority etc. of the website itself , but I need some backlinks. I'm wondering what is the good balance since I cannot write many many high quality articles on the same topic and I don't want to spun articles.

Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author crazymatt
    You should treat your web2.0 backlink like your own website. This means, you need to create useful contents which you would also put in your money site.
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  • Profile picture of the author Syed Ray
    Originally Posted by ikuret75 View Post

    Hi,

    I am making a new site and I'm wondering if I should put all the high quality articles/content on the website, or divide up articles and use them on web 2.0 properties.

    The reason is that even if you have many good quality articles/content on your website, you still need at least some quality backlinks.Although Google doesn't like spammy usage of WEB 2.0, if you write original, good quality content on web 2.0 then it would not beconsidered spam, and it will be good backlink source since web 2.0 has high authority already.

    If I'm not wrong with this thinking, I think I should use some of my articles on web 2.0. But I'm wondering how much percentage to go to WEB 2.0.

    I still need high quality content on my website to get the authority etc. of the website itself , but I need some backlinks. I'm wondering what is the good balance since I cannot write many many high quality articles on the same topic and I don't want to spun articles.

    Thanks.
    I gave some advice to a member regarding this before. You want to own the your own assets. Having articles on web 2.0's for a long term recognition will not work since there is always a chance of it getting deleted by the admins. Fair enough they have authority, but they are looking like spam in google's eyes now since many of them hardly rank unless it's low competition.

    To gain authority for your new domains, start adding high authority backlinks, guest posts, social marketing. This will definitely be your best bet in the long run.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matthew Anton
    If you feel the content is top notch put it on your own website. If it was a real guest post, I would say you can post on a 3rd party website, but for web2.0s, you should stick with spun content, or "weaker" unique content.
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