Is it backlink Web 2.O still safe and effective for algorithms Hummingbird?

by rusa52
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Dear All

Could you please help me, Is it backlink from Web 2. O still safe and effective for algorithms Hummingbird? Several days ago, my main site has gotten a penalty (sand box) from google? I don't know what is wrong.

Just info:
- Every day I make it backlink from dummy blog around 10-15 Link by anchor text (Partial anchor text).
- My article on web 2.0 really unique (passed by Online check)
- Each URL only one link.
- Using different web 2.0
- Each URL dummy blog having a 20 unique article

I will be glad waiting feedback and recomendation from all of you

Regards
#algorithms #backlink #backlink analyser #effective #hummingbird #safe #seo #web
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  • Profile picture of the author Kevin Maguire
    Originally Posted by rusa52 View Post

    Dear All

    Could you please help me, Is it backlink from Web 2. O still safe and effective for algorithms Hummingbird? Several days ago, my main site has gotten a penalty (sand box) from google? I don't know what is wrong.

    Just info:
    - Every day I make it backlink from dummy blog around 10-15 Link by anchor text (Partial anchor text).
    - My article on web 2.0 really unique (passed by Online check)
    - Each URL only one link.
    - Using different web 2.0
    - Each URL dummy blog having a 20 unique article

    I will be glad waiting feedback and recomendation from all of you

    Regards
    So you're publishing over 200 unique articles per day. You must be a prolific writer.

    Hummingbird is not link related, not that it matters at all in this case.
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  • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
    What do you mean by "dummy blog"? If it's a new site with no backlinks to it that whole exercise is pointless.

    As long as you're not spamming most "web 2.0" links should be fine. They're pretty much useless for SEO, but they probably wont hurt. But what you describe above sounds pretty spammy to me.
    Signature
    Links in signature will not help your SEO. Not on this site, and not on any other forum.
    Who told me this? An ex Google web spam engineer.

    What's your excuse?
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  • Profile picture of the author ketul
    Web 2.0 submission is very effective in SEO. It have no any worse or bad effect on SEO.
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    • Profile picture of the author rusa52
      Thank for your suggestion, but how many link per days, you submitted from web 2.0 to the money site as normal.
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  • Profile picture of the author AmanD
    Web 2.0 sites are useful for SEO purposes when used correctly. I have sites ranked for quite competitive keywords, where links from web 2.0 make up the bulk of my tier 1 backlink profile. If they are authoritative domains then it is not hurting your site to link from them.
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  • Backlinks from Web 2.0 sites are quite effective. You should make sure that the link is dofollow and surrounded by text related to your targeted keywords. Also, when building backlinks on web 2.0 sites, remember to vary your anchor text to avoid over-optimization.
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  • Profile picture of the author Daones
    Yes I can say when used right web2.0s are still useful i have some campaigns that i revolve greatly around web2.0... I only use unique content and not spun with a contextual link in the content... and of course build links to it. If you just create a web2.0 and dont build any links to it the effect wont be much.
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  • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
    Sorry, it seems that I got into the herd mentality and started repeating "web 2.0" along with everyone else. What exactly do you (the OP) mean by "web 2.0"? Because the term originally means something along the lines of "a site with user generated content", and today that would describe almost any site.

    Are you talking about self-hosted blogs, hosted blogs, established social media sites, your own social whatever web 2.0 script installations, or something else? They all have different characteristics, and different ways that they either fail or work.
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    Links in signature will not help your SEO. Not on this site, and not on any other forum.
    Who told me this? An ex Google web spam engineer.

    What's your excuse?
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  • Profile picture of the author theIMMachine
    You need to have excellent web 2.0's as your tier 1 backlinks, and again if you are building web 2.0s as tier 2's thats double bonanza. The strength of such backlinks are so powerful .

    But what you need to do when you are linking with web2.0's is go for the LSI keywords and do backlink with your naked url from the author bio section or from the last part of web 2.0 like, giving the website as a source of the info that you provides.
    That works even better and looks natural. Don't forget to link back to Wikipedia or similar pages from the web 2.0 article you are creating, coz it makes the web 2.0 a really good one, both in users and search engines eyes.
    Just my 2 cents
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  • Profile picture of the author bill668866
    WEB Link bad you were not?
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  • Profile picture of the author Earl Gray
    You had very obvious pattern, and that's bad. You should make links from various sources.
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