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Linkwheel basics, how many web 2.0 accounts do I need?!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Autom8r, Oct 4, 2009.

  1. Autom8r

    Autom8r Registered Member

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    Hey guys,
    I heard a rumor that you should never reuse a web 2.0 account for more then a single linkwheel!

    Does this have any merit to it?

    I'm wondering because I signed up to a bunch of web 2.0 blogs and I want to use multiple posts in the same blog for different linkwheels. To further clarify, let's say I make "Sarah's Blog of Nutrition" at blogger.com. If I have a linkwheel for "nutrition and soft skin" I would make a post for this topic and link it into my soft skin wheel. I'd also post another page, for "nutrition for fighting cancer" and link it into my cancer link wheel. Doing so I am trying to create 2 seperate long-chain keyword link wheels, 1 for the long-chain keyword "nutrition and soft skin" and another unrelated linkwheel for the long-chain keyword "nutrition for fighting cancer", I do not want these wheels related, but I figured using the same blog would only relate them by username and not effect my ranking chances.

    Essentially what I'm trying to do is build linkwheels, within the same general niche "nutrition", without having to register a new web 2.0 account each time. Is this a good way of doing it?

    By not registering a new account each time, am I hurting my wheels' ability to rank in G?

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  2. Autom8r

    Autom8r Registered Member

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    See, I'm not trying to link the same account to the same account, I'm just using the same account and linking to other web 2.0 properties for a variety of different niches as explained above.

    It seems from your post you linked blogger 1 to blogger 2 to blogger 3, etc. I'm using the same account, but creating new content for each linkwheel, get me?
     
  3. n2zen

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    Security through obscurity! Make sure that your social sites point to class-c's other than just your sites. In other words, fill it with fluff so that your sites are just a needle in the haystack. Also, make sure you don't have 10, 20, 50 links all going to the same class-c where several of your sites are located. I know it seems elementary, but is easily overlooked.
     
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    You should always try to use different accounts. If you have a bunch of links from the same pages pointing to your site you could get footprinted and sandboxed.

    I would suggest buy a bunch of accounts or create them in bulk using some software then do the posting. Going to one site to sign up then the next and then the next seems to take ages more than if you do a bunch for each CMS you wanna target.
     
  5. Autom8r

    Autom8r Registered Member

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    I see, well I will give it a shot and see how it goes.

    My theory is going to try and turn a weakness into a strength!

    Think about it, let's say I register a blogger account, like above "Sarah's Nutrition Blog", in this blog I start my first linkwheel and make a blog post "The Best Protein Bars". From this post, I will randomly link to another web 2.0 account of mine, with another piece of content re: protein bars, etc. etc. until I have 6 pieces of the linkwheel.

    After the first linkwheel is created, I'd have the software wait say a few days, then post another nutrition article to Sarah's Nutrition Blog, but this time, I'd take a different path between my web 2.0 properties and create another linkwheel!

    My theory is this: Google may not catch my interlinking using the same account assuming I randomize the link order (easily done). Furthermore, by pushing new content to the same account Google see's my blog isn't a one-shot deal and I gain rank as fresh content continues to build in the blog, I would use each account for a maximum of 6 linkwheels as I need to diversify incase of the ban hammer.

    I will let you all know how it goes!