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Premium Expired Web 2.0 Accounts

1. Expired Twitter Accounts
2. Expired Tumblr Blogs
3. Expired Weebly Blogs

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GSA SER is great for lower tier backlinking, but for tier 1 you need cleaner, more powerful links at your disposable. Private blog networks (PBNs) are ideal for tier 1, but the classic PBN can become pricey between registering the domains, hosting, and maintainence. However, creating a web 2.0 PBN is much easier and affordable. The combination of a web 2.0 PBN and the lower tier backlinking of GSA SER can really boost your SEO rankings.

Majority of the web 2.0 sites carry a high domain authority (DA) right off the bat. Over time, a lot of existing web 2.0 domains become expired or deleted by the previous owner. These expired web 2.0 domains can be re-registered right away (most of the time). As with any expired domain, these expired web 2.0 accounts still carry the original link juice and metrics, making them ideal to add to your arsenal for higher tier backlinking.

In search of more variety and a cheaper solution for tier 1 backlinks, I built a system that scrapes and filters powerful expired web 2.0 accounts. The blogs are double checked for availability and then queried against both Majestic and Moz.

Most of time, on places like Fiverr, people are selling expired web 2.0 accounts in bulk based on page authority (PA) alone. Having a high PA for web 2.0 properties is very common. Web 2.0s page authority is handled differently than a regular domain name. The web 2.0s usually have a minimum PA. For example, an expired Twitter account always starts off with a PA of 1. Once backlinks are built to the account, the PA jumps up to 45. There is no Twitter account with a PA in between 1 and 45. So 45 is the minimum PA for Twitter. A Twitter account with a PA of 45 may still not carry enough authority.

When filtering these expired web 2.0 blogs, I made sure to take other metrics into consideration to filter the best from the rest. A high PA is a good indicator, but doesn’t tell the whole story. Domain authority (DA), page authority (PA), and MozRank (MR) are all recorded from Moz. Trust flow (TF), citation flow (CF), external backlinks (EB), and referring domains (RD) are pulled from Majestic.

The combination of these two backlinking services helps to filter out the powerhouses from the rest. Based on these 6 metrics, each expired web 2.0 domain is priced. Expired web 2.0 accounts are currently a l

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Here are the current list of web 2.0 accounts available:

1. Expired Twitter Accounts
2. Expired Tumblr Blogs
3. Expired Weebly Blogs

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Additional Info

  • Accounts are sent to your email address immediately after purchase
  • Accounts must be registered after purchase
  • Account’s availability and metrics are rechecked once every 24 hours
  • Accounts are not spam checked
  • Topics are not recorded currently
  • Please register the accounts right away. If the account(s) are taken, they will be replaced with an account with similiar or better 

Gmail Accounts

I think this will be my last question to launch a campaign, i have G Suite account with google and can create unlimited Gmail accounts with it, can i use that Gmail accounts with GSA SER? if yes how many email accounts do i need per project? 

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20 gmail accounts = $ 6

50 Gmail Accounts = $ 14

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Diceware as a passphrase for online accounts

I’m reading about Diceware and cryptography in general and I know how secure Diceware can be. I stumble upon this part on The Intercept about Diceware and it says:

"You don’t so much need them for logging into a website or something else on the internet. In those situations, you get less benefit from using a high-entropy passphrase. Attackers will never be able to guess a trillion times per second if each guess requires communicating with a server on the internet. In some cases, attackers will own or take over the remote server — in which case they can grab the passphrase as soon you log in and send it, regardless of how strong or weak it is cryptographically."

So the question is, is it overkill to use Diceware on accounts like Facebook, Twitter, etc.? Should I rely on a password manager generating a random string of characters for these accounts and reserve my Diceware passphrase as a "master password" or a secret PGP key?

Safe storage for multiple passwords for multiple accounts

I copied the question from ‘Power user’ for a better visibility, hope it is allowed.

So, I’ve had this difficulty for a while, and I hope to get some feedback or referral to the sites where this problem may be discussed.

Nowadays all of us have multiple accounts, both personal and work-related (logins to web-sites or applications at work, logins to personal computers and mobile devices, etc.). I personally have more than 50 different accounts. In addition, some of those resources require changing password every month or so, and some of them require that the next password does not have the same combination of symbols as the previous one and that it has both capital letters and numbers and other symbols, well, you know…

How do you come up with so many different passwords that have different combinations of symbols and how do you remember all of them?

I feel that it is incorrect to record work-related passwords on personal mobile devices or in cloud storage. It is also prohibited by company policies. I also prefer not to record the passwords to the sites where I can manage personal finances or taxes.

Next, some passwords may be restored using the email that was used for registration. Some passwords may be restored using the phone number that was used for registration. How do you manage that? Do you record or memorize the correspondence between the emails and the sites/resources, and also logins? Do you use separate emails for money-related issues?

Are there any interesting articles on the topic? What is the correct way of working with this much complexity/is there a know how? Was there an idea that the creators of this system had in mind? How all this can be secure if we end up recording all these passwords?

How to hold posts and accounts for moderation on WordPress Network site

In WordPress MU is there a way for a network admin to hold posts in moderation?

For example:

  1. A user creates an account and a site
  2. They create their first post
  3. The post is held in moderation and the network admin receives an email
  4. The network admin approves the post and / or the account
  5. The user can now see the post or can create future posts

I think other sites like Discourse have this feature where the user is granted more permissions either over time or from a network administrator.