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Noob linkwheel question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by whoodat, Jun 4, 2010.

  1. whoodat

    whoodat Newbie

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    Ive built my first linkwheel consisting of 7 spokes. Is the value in the initial wheel it self or is their value in the updating and upkeep of the wheel.

    Thanks
     
  2. movieman32

    movieman32 Regular Member

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    The value is in the link juice they pass to your money site and to each other. You can add more value to the spokes and indirectly to your money site by building backlinks to your spokes. (or more linkwheels to each spoke)
     
  3. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    You will be real disappointed after while about the performance of a linkwheel. They actually can hurt your site because they do not appear natural in the eyes of the search engines.

    GreyWolf and I are putting together something that has blown link wheels out of the water and we will have it available in about a week or so.

    We use it for our sites and the ROI on the effort is outstanding.
     
  4. ForeverNever

    ForeverNever Power Member

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    @Whoodat - I agree with BassTrackerBoats in that you will probably be disappointed in the results of your linkwheel. Many months ago it seemed that Google had caught on to this particular method of linkbuilding and since then many people have attempted variations of a linkwheel with differing measures of success. I had heard that not closing your wheels but keeping a "hand drawn" graph of a giant spider web was doing great.

    I have also heard great things about BassTrackerBoat's new "method". Well, I read it in another thread and a lot of people had some great things to say about it anyways. I personally have no idea what it could be, and while I am curious, I have no doubt that it too will die out (eventually) like the linkwheel.
     
  5. caroline42

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    If you use the "traditional" way to build a wheel, Google will catch you fast and your efforts are in vain, but there are linking patterns they can't spot for a wheel.
    I believe that's what BassTrackerBoats is developping.

    I am using special patterns on my wheels too since years and that works fine.
     
  6. whoodat

    whoodat Newbie

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    Thanks guys. I am beginning to love this place.
     
  7. unzero

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    The more random the wheel the better it is.