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{Question} How To Use SEnuke to build a link wheel?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by siralexferguson, Jun 18, 2009.

  1. siralexferguson

    siralexferguson Regular Member

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    As the thread title states; How to use SEnuke to build a linkwheel?

    You guys have any idea?

    Would love to see if you guys could provide me a link that teaches how to use SEnuke...

    Thanks...
     
  2. olm75

    olm75 Power Member

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    i am doing it now as we speak with a new campaign... i found... but it will actually in my opinion be more work because SENuke does not have enough mini static web 2.0 sites on it... im thinking it will be just as fast to do it it manually, this is one of the factors ive been thinking about doing different strategies that SEnuke will take longer to do...
     
  3. olm75

    olm75 Power Member

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    but im sure i can find a way to do it... i think u really have to map it out 1st... and i would think make one site lets say hubpage then make 6 web 2.0 sites that have the hubpage link and a link to your money site... and just rinse and repeat it making 1 site seperate and just leaving it out when you automate it... thats what i figure
     
  4. oni3350

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    Ive got Senuke, almost over the 7 day trial. Im about to start a link wheel kinda thing, im going to create 4 main blogs i want to rank for, link them all together, also to my money page. And then nuke all of the social media and bookmark and article sites all linking back to my main 4 and money pages.....

    Thing is right, this set up is a little different to a link wheel i guess...... but having my top 4 url all linking together with ONE WAY links, wont this create a footprint? And we will get slapped, dont that go for ALL link wheels, thats the one thing im confused on with link wheels.

    site 1> site 2> site 3> site 4> site 1 Thus creating footprint (all sites are interlinked, triggering google alarms yes or no?)
     
  5. platinvm

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    If you own SEnuke check the support forum, there well be a little surprise ;)
     
  6. gulftrotter

    gulftrotter Regular Member

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    Platinvm

    I sent u an PM did u read it?
     
  7. olm75

    olm75 Power Member

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    was the suprise all about...
     
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    Yer im on the freaking senuke forum, sent him a PM and i still have no idea what hes on about.
     
  9. olm75

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    well ive come to the conclusion that until they add more sites onto SENuke i may just use it to test the market for the keyword phrase... then ill do the rest if its profitable by hand and semi and automated link building and traffic tools...
     
  10. drmsm2007

    drmsm2007 Newbie

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    Hey guys i am little confused here, i thought that using the #lasturl# code is provided by senuke to add a link to the last page the program have created it should give you a link wheel but you need to link the last page and the first one manually, here is how i do it:

    >> First i create my main page and put a link only to the affiliate offer

    >> Spin my article or use the article as it is

    >> Put a link to my main page and may be a link to the affiliate offer and to make a wheel i add some thing like "other sites worth checking (press enter) #lasturl# (this code will add a link to the last page created by your senuke using the title of the page as the anchor text which should contain your keyword

    >> Check all the sites then press start

    >> If you want to close the wheel go to the first page created by senuke and put a link to the last page

    >> Social bookmark all, submit all feeds in the url manager then ping all urls even the feed urls, you should also collect the urls from the feed sites and ping them all if you want even better results
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  11. siralexferguson

    siralexferguson Regular Member

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    Well, not exactly the answer I was looking for... Thanks for the help though...

    Some say it took them just 30 minutes to build a complete linkwheel with Senuke.

    I was just wondering how they did that...

    For me to manually make a linkwheel could take the whole day, plus writing them articles and stuff... My internet speed sucks so much, that most of the time when building a linkwheel, i just wait for the page to load...:bawling:
     
  12. siralexferguson

    siralexferguson Regular Member

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    is this the link the forum?

    Code:
    http://www.senuke.com/forum
    Can't access it...
     
  13. drmsm2007

    drmsm2007 Newbie

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    Hey the method i told you about needs only one article then hit start then wait and every thing is automated and you don't even need to enter captcha

    I don't know if you understood the method above right or not it was posted by areeb the owner of the senuke

    Any way have a good time and sorry if i didnt explain the method right
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  14. siralexferguson

    siralexferguson Regular Member

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    Sorry, I was referring to platinvm's post not yours... About the "surprise" in the senuke forum...

    I was just getting through your post.. thank BTW...
     
  15. Yukinari84

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    I think you have to be a paying member to access the forums for SENuke.

    If you are and you still cannot access it, you might want to contact customer
    support.
     
  16. siralexferguson

    siralexferguson Regular Member

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    Okay...
    No i'm not... I've only got a cracked version of SEnuke...
     
  17. razohad

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    you can use the #lasturl# token
    At the end of your article .
    That will post the last submitted link
    And create your link while
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  18. platinvm

    platinvm Senior Member

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    Come on Razo that tip is for the paying customers, but ya with that you can make a linkwheel in 5 mins :D

    If you are a paying customer check out the forum, there is a whole guide by the lemon dude who created the linkwheel.

    P.S. There are 2 posts on here saying they PMed me, I only got one of them....
     
  19. razohad

    razohad Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    the thing is :
    everyone , not only paying customers can check out the forum.
     
  20. jjjust

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    Can you send me the same PM?