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linkwheel vs. mininet vs. link pyramid

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by rocket, Aug 12, 2010.

  1. rocket

    rocket Regular Member

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    Just wanted to start a thread since I haven't really seen one discussing all three in detail.

    Which one have you had the most luck with? LINK WHEEL, MINI NET, OR LINK PYRAMID?

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    Your content will define the success ratio of all.
     
  3. rocket

    rocket Regular Member

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    i know that, but the way you link your content can be synergistic. One way is better than the other and also in the way Google looks at your content.

    So I guess to rephrase, given that your content is spot on and unique, which method give the best effect and looks better to Google.
     
  4. Gozpy

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    The truth is that it doesn't make any difference. It is just 'sales page'-talk. The benefit of setting it up as a link wheel (or in any way linking them together) is to get them indexed. So when you build links for one the pages, all the pages will get crawled more ofthen.
    Some people (those who want to sell their new 'fresh' link building ebook) say that Google downgrade some link structures. But think about it. The internet is one big web, which you can see as one big link wheel, a christmas tree or a net.

    P.S. In India they have a saying: "You can put a tuxedo on a goat, but it is still a goat".
     
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  5. unzero

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    I've built Linkwheels and Linkpyramids and seen both doing some amazing things, tho I have had more success with Linkpyramid, because I don't always get my Linkwheels 100% indexed.

    Still Gozpy was right about that - everything works, just need Unique content everywhere ;)
     
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    Well, you are so very welcome, rocket. :mad2:
     
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    I have done at least 80/100 linkwheels for my customers and for my own business.

    There is a evolution and testing as usually. The best way to get the properties indexed is to point either 10/20 articles to them (1 link only) or to point high profile links to them (same 1 link only).

    I do not interlink the porperties.

    Now, I am testing a sandwich, a layer of web 2.0's pointing to a layer of web 2.0's, instead of articles or high PR profiles links and it is almost the same. I do not have full results in how long the properties stay up yet.
     
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  8. speakeasy602

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    Just get a lot of links. Linkwheels are pretty much all hype. I've tried a few on some of my aff sites, and I have not seen a noticable difference, whether the content is spun or unique. I've seen the fastest results from spamming blog links, article distro, and bookmarking sites. I'm not very familiar with link pyramids, but they sound like the same 'ol link schemes that people have been making up for years. Yes, you want to use intelligent linking architecture in your link schemes, but trying to follow an exact model wastes a lot of time, and isn't really worth the extra effort in the long run IMHO.
     
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    Thanks Gozpy. I am not getting reply notifications in my email. Haven't for some time now and I forget to check my threads sometimes.