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Linkwheel advice: is a high quality linkwheel enough?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mezzie911, Jan 16, 2012.

  1. mezzie911

    mezzie911 Junior Member

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    In order to prevent from getting negative panda points from google, is a unique content linkwheel enough for rank #1 low competition long tail keywords?

    The linkwheel I am going to use is modified in that there are two tiers; my site is linked to four other tier-one sites. Each tier-one site is linked to four tier-two sites which are also connected to each other, forming a four circle subwheel. One tier-two is connected to my site directly.

    - My site -> four site1's (tier one)
    - site1 -> four site2's (tier two)
    - from each mini-wheel, one site2 -> my site
     
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    ilmkidunya Newbie

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    I think so its enough....
     
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    mezzie911 Junior Member

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    I'm sure that despite my horrible wording, most of you know what I mean. Please help pl0zz?
     
  4. apoorv

    apoorv Regular Member

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    It depends on the keyword. If it's a REALLY low-comp keyword then yeah, it'd be easy.

    If it's a semi-decent keyword — and if you want sustainable rankings — adding other forms of links would be better. Linkwheels are good to have in your arsenal though, not really all that powerful in and of themselves.
     
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    mezzie911 Junior Member

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    what if it has 2000 exact local monthly searches?

    for my first site, should I pay someone for backlinks or do it myself?
     
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    Post closed. Sorry for the spam.
     
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    Update:

    A linkwheel is a very high risk way to get backlinks because it is so tracable by Google Panda--a link pyramid would be better. The difference between a link wheel and a link pyramod is the backlinks they are built on do not link to each other. For the top-tier blogs in your pyramid (the articles that point directly to your money site/main site), make the blogs by hand (please still buy articles as much as possible to avoid unnecessary work for yourself). A new site (< 6 months) is more likely to get sandboxed if it gets an unrealistic amount of backlinks in a short amount of time, so slowly link your top-tier blogs with other lower-tier blogs (it's best to do this automatically--a program called Article Marketing Robot comes to mind).

    Please search around this forum for a list of the top blog sites (AKA web 2.0 or web 20).