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My auto linkwheeler, how can I optimize it more?

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

  1. Autom8r

    Autom8r Registered Member

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    Hey guys,
    I am building an auto linkwheeler which aims at making 10 piece link wheels with random interlinking fully automated. The bot will function very simply:

    (In the following example I will be making a 10 piece wheel)

    1. Unique content needs to be spun for each Web 2.0 property, content doesn't have to be good, just SEO good. Each article will be permitted to have 3 hyperlinks, the anchor text for each hyperlink is set when you spin the article, the destination of each hyperlink will be determined and replaced on the fly by the software (hence the random interlinking functionality).

    2. After the articles are prepared, they are uploaded to the server and the script runs.

    3. The script starts by determining a random order of 10 web 2.0 properties and picks the start of the wheel as well as position #2 in the wheel.

    4. The script picks a piece of content previously uploaded, changes the links to point to the position #2 property and then posts the content to the start of the wheel.

    5. The script repeats on position #2, updating the article to point towards position #3.

    6. For the final position #10 in the wheel, the money content (eg: the most sales targeted as opposed to SEO targeted article) will be automatically posted with all links pointing to the affiliate link.

    7. The bot sends each web 2.0 site created to OnlyWire where it will be automatically bookmarked on 15 directories.

    8. Rinse and repeat for another keyword

    The end result will be 10 interlinked web 2.0 properties with the last in the chain hopefully driving all the sales and getting the best position in the SERPS.

    My question is, how can I include Wiki's into this strategy? Don't wikis pose a risk as any user can change my backlinks?

    Additionally, how could I improve on this bot while keeping it fully automated, could I fake a rss feed of all my new properties as they are built? How else could I optimize this? Also, what other web 2.0 properties do you guys know of that are simple to remotely post to?

    Is there pitfalls I am overlooking?

    Of course, I will be offering this to BHW members a lot cheaper then I will other users, please help me make it GREAT!

    Thanks
     
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  2. AlphaTwin

    AlphaTwin Registered Member

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    Why not make all the Web2.0 resources link to your landing-page? And maybe even interlink the blogs?

    To stop people from changing your links on Wiki's, just create (or pay someone to create) a cronned PHP script or similar, that looks at the wiki-content, and rolls it back if the link has been changed.

    As you haven't told us which Web2.0 resources you are using, it is hard to offer you "more", but Blogger is easy to autopost to - with the Captcha being the only exception.

    I wish you luck with your product.
     
  3. Autom8r

    Autom8r Registered Member

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    Thanks, do you know of any blogs that allow the Blogger api, I'm sure there are tons, I'm looking into it now! The blogger API could exponentially increase the amount of sites I can post to, it's extremely simple to remote post to sites with this API functionality.
     
  4. AlphaTwin

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    I', afraid not :) maybe it's possible to create a script that scrapes Blogger-URLS and checks if the API is allowed? Not something I have any experince with though :)
     
  5. Autom8r

    Autom8r Registered Member

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    inurl:xmlrpc is also a good search query to find remotely publishable sites.