What is Web 2.0 Submission?

Initially, static webpages (Web 1.0) had less scope for interaction between users and sites(users can only read). Users had no opportunity to express their opinion towards a post or blog either by comments or by giving feedback. This has changed after the introduction of dynamic (Web 2.0) sites. Now users can make a comment, provide feedback and even contribute their content and connect with other users.

With the help of Web 2.0 sites, you can create your free blogging site post articles, videos, and images, and create backlinks to your original site, and direct traffic to your site, and improve rankings of your site.

Web 2.0 sites also include Blog Submission Sites, Social Networking Sites, Video Sharing, etc.

Why Web 2.0 Sites?

Main Features and benefits of Web 2.0 Sites:

  1. Contributions of Web Users

Second generation Websites(Web 2.0) provide an opportunity for web users to contribute or edit any content just like WikiHow and Wikipedia

2.Hashtags Usage

Web 2.0 sites allow users to add hashtags that are relevant to the content. These hashtags help in grouping the relevant content and provide it to end-users when they search for it and make content go viral if it engages users

Example: Twitter

3.User Participation

Web users can participate and add content to web 2.0 sites by Giving reviews, suggestions, feedback, and Comment.

Example: Quora

4.Spread of Content

Web 2.0 sites distribute your content to the targeted audience using multiple channels.

5.Control

Web 2.0 sites will give you complete authority to control the content by allowing you to add articles on different topics and to add do-follow backlinks to relevant anchor texts in the content.

Example: WordPress.com

6.Additional Assets to Rank

Web 2.0 sites will provide you additional mini-blogging domain, space to write content, and rank pages on the SERPs. Web 2.0 sites make ranking pages easier as these are already high DA domains and fast crawling rates make them a good tool for indexing content fast and redirecting traffic to your main site through Backlinks.

7.Cost

Majority of the Web 2.0 is free of cost and some sites provide free trials for a limited period.

How to do Web 2.0 Submissions?

You need to understand the following things to get started with these sites rightly.

Step 1-  Choose only High DA Web 2.0 Submission sites and avoid using sites that provide a limited period or free trial for some days for creating content.

Step 2- Create only one account on a website. Creating multiple accounts will be considered spam, and will be penalized.

Step 3- Create a keyword-rich domain name. and create a similar profile as your main site. 

For example, if are into Immigration Industry then you can create a subdomain prvisa.wordpress.com

Step 4- Add other pages such as contact us, about us, etc.

Step 5-  Always Publish only SEO-friendly and non-plagiarized content to engage your audience. Avoid adding too many backlinks for a post only 2 to 3 links would be sufficient.

Step 6- Avoid using copyrighted multimedia content such as videos, images, and infographics, and many more.

Step 7- Do on-page SEO on these Web 2.0 Sites also. 

Web 2.0 Submission Sites List

DomainDASpam Score
medium.com953%
livejournal.com611%
wordpress.com941%
weebly.com561%
blogger.com871%
sites.google.com97–%
jimdofree.com95–%
evernote.com928%
bcz.com7711%
gonevis.com361%
mozello.com641%
micro.blog5511%
blogrip.com443%
hpage.com711%
app.site123.com521%
voog.com505%
usite.pro4732%
zohositescontent.in15–%
webgarden.com171%
neocities.org811%
doodlekit.com591%
froont.com521%
nethouse.me308%
edublogs.org811%
skyrock.com4617%
shutterfly.com541%
jigsy.com358%
wixsite.com371%
mystrikingly.com92–%
site123.me881%
canalblog.com261%
webnode.com321%
zeef.com554%

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