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How unique is your linkwheel/pyramid content?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sackboy127, Feb 28, 2011.

  1. sackboy127

    sackboy127 Regular Member

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    Hi,

    When creating linkwheels and pyramids, do you use a unique article for every property, different spun versions of the same article, or completely the same article?

    And when using spun content, what is a healthy amount of spun articles to be made from a single article?

    Thanks!
     
  2. BigBoris

    BigBoris Regular Member

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    I use completely unique for tier 1 and spun to about 70-80% for tier 2. Only one taken down so far is a hubpages for spamming backlinks!
     
  3. ichiban

    ichiban Junior Member

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    I was just about to ask the same very question!

    I want to also ask:


    When spinning your repurposed content for web 2.0 do you care about readability or are you in it just for the BL?
     
  4. BigBoris

    BigBoris Regular Member

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    If its a web 2.0 wheel/pyramid to pass juice on to your money site then readability is not paramount but recommended. If the web 2.0 is there for traffic then obviously content is crucial therefore readability essential!

    My tier 1 web 2s are unique and very readable, the tier 2s are spun a little but still readable. The whole purpose is to pass on juice not traffic but if your content is complete guff then you run the risk of it getting taken down!
     
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