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Linkwheel with NoFollow web 2.0: effective ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by balsagoth007, Jul 9, 2011.

  1. balsagoth007

    balsagoth007 Elite Member

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    I will start my custom and first linkwheel using web 2.0, i outsourced the work before. Some popular web 2.0 have implemented nofollow attribute. I will use multi tiers for that linkwheel so i just want to know if the juice will pass even with nofollow or is it better to stick with do-follow web 2.0's even with lower PR.
     
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    If it's a major web 2.0 site and it uses nofollow then you should still get links there. In many peoples' opinions, nofollow links are dampened but some "juice" still passes through. There are other potential metrics (eg trust or social juice) that may or may not be affected by nofollow. Your aim should be to get on ALL the sites you can - I would rather have a nofollow link from a major web 2.0 than no link at all.
     
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    balsagoth007 Elite Member

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    I was talking mainly about hubpages and squidoo, i was planning to skip them because they are nofollow, what do you think ?
     
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    No problem if No-Follow,google will see it.Maybe it lose a little bit of it`s power but still if it`s a high PR web 2.0,than worth it.
     
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    Focusing on do follow links and not being able to diversify your link building structure is not recommended IMO.

    Get your URL posted to as many different sites as you can. The more random your link building is the better. Don't worry if your link is no follow or do follow. It's just unnatural for google if you were to focus on one type of link.

    Cheers.
     
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    The whole link wheel thing is pretty humorous to me. Spend 2 hours e-mailing webmasters for guest posting opportunities - write a guest post and get a link on a high traffic page. Or spend 2 hours building your wheel, building links to your wheel, building links to those links.... and see which one does more for you.

    Please insert flame below
     
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    You are a genius.. Is this what you want to hear ?
     
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    1) You should be doing both. High impact web 2.0s and social media sites are an easy and fast way into the serps and shouldn't be ignored.

    2) Web 2.0s are easily automated at the touch of a button. Guest plugs require manual labour - even if you outsource it, you're still paying for it somehow.
     
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    rather hear you say "you're right" so you don't waste your time.

    To answer your question, yes mix in no follow it still helps. I got a backlink from Wikipedia and it was definitely worth it.

    IDK i'm just annoyed that when I started out everyone kept telling me LINKWHEEL LINKWHEEL LINKWHEEL. Spent about 3 months building a badass linkwheel, not much results. Spent two weeks doing guest posts and results were seen in weeks. Someone will probably say I was doing it wrong... so i'll just go ahead and say I probably was.
     
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    Now you are right, many factors are involved in the success of a linkwheel: quality of the content for example, also you you should randomly inter-link the posts and then try to blast them with articles/blog posts/xrumer with a great % of unique domains.
     
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    read and followed about 10 different guides from here. I knew how to do it and the time/reward ratio leaned toward the guest posting. Never said I didn't see any results, I just saw 3x the results in a faster time with another method.
     
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    What about senuke X and its one push button ? But even if you don't like linkwheels, it is a good thing to have backlinks from different sources.
     
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