Since I am not allowed to post any links / attachments I can't show the pic, but you guys know the one on The Warrior Forums called 'Total SERP Domination' by some broad from Slovenia? Well, I was looking at that an it seemed ok, but after the updates around Oct 09 (So I have been reading) this doesn't seem like a very wise strategy anymore. Micallef posted an excellent thread, again one which I am unable to link to, entitled 'Long Term Experiment - The "Foolproof" Linkwheel', addressing many of these concerns. However some have suggested that the linkwheel, however disguised, will be heavily penalized by Google and that 'Link Pyramids' are what should be sought after. I have a few questions about the typical linkwheel, firstly about what the difference exactly is between an 'open' and 'closed' wheel. I am aware of course one link has to be missing, but in the typical simple wheel shape I don't know if the link should be missing from web2.0<->web2.0 or from web2.0<->money site . I'd just like some clarification on that. I want to get into a network that will allow me to use the power of scrapebox to build up the power of the network, but at the same time distancing BH tactics from the main money site. The link pyramid seems to be simpler, with web2.0 linking to small sites and then to the big money site, but this doesn't seem to be any more secure - if anything less so - than the conventional link wheel. Indeed I am inclined to say that Micallef's method is the best out there so far, but if I am wrong I would like any suggestions and clarification about the Link Pyramid as there doesn't seem to be as much out there as for LWs. I would appreciate greatly any answer to my queries and some good discussion.