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SEnuke Article Submission vs LinkWheel Question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ddwebmaster, Feb 4, 2010.

  1. ddwebmaster

    ddwebmaster Registered Member

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    Hi Guys,

    I have a WH site that is turning grey. Im in the top 3 for my kw for the past 4 years. It's and ecommerce sites that sells beauty products. I dont wanna mess up the rankings. I need some input.


    Scenario:
    I got a great long tail kw article running 70% uniqueness that I want to blast out to articles directories using SEnuke. I also made my first linkwheel (web 2.0) with another article at 40% that?s related to my main KWs. I plan to submit my original article to Ezine and spin it to a few other article directories using SEnuke.

    Question:

    1.Should I use anchor text in my Ezine articles to link directly to my $ site. Or, should I use achor text to link back to web 2.0 props in my link wheel? Or do both?

    2.If i submit to article directories, should i link wheel them together like SEnuke does for the web 2.0 props.

    What do you think is the best for pure SEO?


    Btw-just purchased scrapebox and it rocks!
     
  2. HerzoG

    HerzoG Junior Member

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    Hey ddwebmaster,

    If you are worried about building too many high pr links with senuke then you should consider linking one article to your site and then building a linkwheel around that. This will result in loads of high pr juice coming through the article (which will probably rank well in the SE) onto your website. Now that you have Scrapebox as well you can blast out comments and link them back to your web 2.0 for even more link juice and rankings.

    Otherwise if you want to go the link wheel route then make sure you don't build perfect wheels. Instead you should randomly link them to each other and build a new spoke randomly over a few days. This will make it all appear more natural to google.

    Good luck!
     
  3. ddwebmaster

    ddwebmaster Registered Member

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    Hey Herzog,

    Thanks for the advice. I was thinking about attempting that method, but instead of using ezine as my main index driver, maybe using hubpages or squidoo would be better. I heard squidoo offers do follow links right from the start. Whereas, I am unsure if Ezine offers do follow links?

    If i create a linkwheel around my Squidoo page instead of Ezine, do you think this is better? Squidoo would link back into my $ site. Then of course I could use scrapebox to blast out my web 2.0 props (including Squidoo). Also, adding additional article submissions linking from ezine to my squidoo. But its best to not link directly to my site right?

    How does that sound?
     
  4. ddwebmaster

    ddwebmaster Registered Member

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    Guess I answered my own question.