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mda1125

That's correct.  You can create an unlimited amount of blogs/social sites on the supported platforms. Then with each blog/social, assign it to your own "network"  Can be any name you want to give it. So you would have 90 blogs/socials... combination, whatever. Assign each one to a network and then projects can be run against that network or all accounts. Personally I let the Web 2.0s/Social have a lot of warm up posts.  No links.  Take a manually created article and spin it myself using ChrimpRewriter.  Then post out .. And I go to each blog/social and update the photo, about me.. it's time consuming for sure. If you were going to create hundreds of blogs, then no need to do that. I wanted to legitimately create a single Web 2.0 firewall.  And keep it's theme unrelated with posts about whatever so there's no really obvious footprint.  Then leak in an article with a couple of links to my money sites along with authority.  I'm just trying to pass link juice.  It's worked in the past.

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  • bokeboke
    I was thinking of doing something very similar to you. Try to have 50-100 , 10 post/page web 2.0s as a tier1 then tier 2 would be web2s,article submission sites, Doc sites, with manually spun articles, then tier 3 the same but with computer spun and finally a tier 4 with the kitchen sink. Tier 2 thru 4 would be using GSA.

    I want my tier1s to stick and act as sales funnels. Do you produce 100% unspun content for yours? I know some web2.0s allow you to create different pages and themes, how well does FCS manage all that?

    Originally I was planning on manually creating all my tier 1s, do you think FCS is a better way to go about it?
    September 2014
    • mda1125
      mda1125
      I do not produce 100% unspun content for my Tier 1 sites. I use Chimprewriter. Make an original article and spin it 21 ways till Tuesday! FCS just allows the creation of (or manually add to) the blog/social network. Then it lets you upload your articles, spun article, among other options and schedule posts (drips) to those blogs. It does not manage pages/themes or create anything except post to the site.

      What I did was use FCS to create some of the properties, some were imported from Rankwyz and others I manually created and just added the details or just added more myself. Then I logged into each blog/social and configured what I could. Maybe 1 or 2 a day until I had 75. After that, I just use FCS to post content to them.

      FCS is a better way to manage the publishing of content to those Tier 1 properties. I still had to go out to each one and modify what I could.

      If you were truly insane, you could create 100% unspun articles for each property and post to each property. I just don't care that much. And if and when they get removed, I'll be glad I didn't spend any extra on them. They usually get removed from a manual review anyway. As long as you keep under the radar and post halfway decent stuff, you'll be fine. And if not, create another and keep going.

      Everybody has a different opinion. I've create Web 2.0 properties and the same day put up a post with Fivver articles with 1 link back to my site and it's ranking very well. Then again..

      And FCS won't manage some cool properties. So if you wanted Weebly for example, FCS doesn't have that in their manageable properties. So that one, you have to go create and manage yourself. But I've done that, put up one article with a link and never looked back.

      FCS is a nice way to manage many blogs and it's pretty flexible on how you wish to do so. If you want to own 2500 and post spun pulled content from RSS, you can. If you want to own 50 and push manually created content to each property over a period of time, you can do that.

      I started out creating all my Tier 1's manually but ultimately, it's a pain and FCS makes the job easier. You can always request they add a property you find and if they add it, it's just easier to manage.
    • mda1125
      mda1125
      I'm also using GSA to post directly to money sites (heavy filters on so my LmP is more like LpW but so far so good. I just don't believe you can be penalized for links coming in. Or else I'd just use GSA to blast my competitors and make them do the Google mea culpa. I've had a Google penalty in Webmaster Tools for a blog that I've only put my own content on for years, never bought links, never backlinked to it and I got the "you look like you are participating in a link scheme" I just wrote back and said No I am not, show me where and you do whatever. They removed the penalty 2 days later. We need more options in this world that 1 search engine. Makes me upset when people use the Disavow tool. It's because Google can't figure it out and so they are using webmasters as stool pigeons.
  • That's correct.  You can create an unlimited amount of blogs/social sites on the supported platforms.
    Then with each blog/social, assign it to your own "network"  Can be any name you want to give it.

    So you would have 90 blogs/socials... combination, whatever.

    Assign each one to a network and then projects can be run against that network or all accounts.

    Personally I let the Web 2.0s/Social have a lot of warm up posts.  No links.  Take a manually created article and spin it myself using ChrimpRewriter.  Then post out ..

    And I go to each blog/social and update the photo, about me.. it's time consuming for sure.

    If you were going to create hundreds of blogs, then no need to do that.

    I wanted to legitimately create a single Web 2.0 firewall.  And keep it's theme unrelated with posts about whatever so there's no really obvious footprint.  Then leak in an article with a couple of links to my money sites along with authority.  I'm just trying to pass link juice.  It's worked in the past.
    September 2014
  • Yusuf_h
    hi.. thanks for answering that for me..

    so if i can get 30 web 2.0 accounts from FCS

    i then create another 30 accounts for but using another related niche

    i then create another 30 accounts for another related related niche

    here i now have 90 accounts but all from within 30 web 2.0s.  

    and then i just add posts to each account after a few weeks with links back to money sites?

    is that right?


    September 2014