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my link "wheel" - it works

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by seoweb, Jan 21, 2011.

  1. seoweb

    seoweb Registered Member

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    i'm not sure if it can be name a link wheel, but the main idea is that it works.
    
    in my seo i do the followings:
    
    [B]for content:[/B]
    copy paste paragraphs from manny related sites to my keywords. i separate them with an delimiter string ex: "*~*", and i have them on a .txt file. like
    pragaraph 1
    *~*
    pragaraph 2
    *~*
    pragaraph 3
    
    in each post i have some of them (4-7) randomly chosed from the file.
    
    for keywords:
    i have a file with all keywords i need to promote. from here i randomly chose when i need them for links.
    
    for links:
    i have 2 files:
    websites
    blogs
    
    in websites i have the most important websites that i want to promote.
    in blogs: i add every link i create from blogs, profiles etc.(i use on do follow links)
    
    
    my post contains: on top about 3-5 important sites links(with the keywords from keywords file) and about 3-6 blog links after...
    
    my blog post looks like:
    
    random site link
    random paragraph 
    random site link 
    random paragraph 
    random site link
    random paragraph 
    random bloglink
    random paragraph 
    random bloglink
    random paragraph 
    
     random bloglink , random bloglink, random bloglink
    
    for links and keywords i use formating html (h, b, i etc...)
    
    i never try to use unique content...
    
    i get my websites indexed in maximum 24 hours an then they came to first pages...(new sites).  for start i do about 50-80 blogs like this for each keyword campaign
    
    my question is:
    
    what is wrong with this method? do i miss something?
     
    Last edited: Jan 21, 2011
  2. thenew3ra

    thenew3ra Junior Member

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    This post was hard for me to read. If anybody else has trouble read this instead. I edited it so THE HTML code doesn't go around it. You may be able to read it easier now.
     
  3. thenew3ra

    thenew3ra Junior Member

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    Now that I can read it I'll tell you what's wrong. You need a solid blog roll on the side of the blog. Somebody is trying to read your paragraph but all they see is links. They get frustrated and leave. At the end of a post you can add a P.S. Visit wherever or whatever you want to add. This is more effective for it does not annoy the user and it is less like an advertisement. It is more like a genuine reccomendation.

    Thanks,
    Austin
     
  4. seoweb

    seoweb Registered Member

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    i use those blogs only for back-links, i don't need visitors from them. i just need them to push my website on the top. in this case i'm losing something? i could get better/faster results if i change something?


    thanks for answers!