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Should I create new lenses for every linkwheel?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ladismantler, Dec 10, 2009.

  1. ladismantler

    ladismantler Registered Member

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    I've been doing a bunch of linkwheels recently, and I have been creating fresh lenses at squidoo, vox, etc with a single article, a couple comments peppered in, and thats it.

    By the way, I'm not getting banned at squidoo because my articles offer value, and only about a third of it promotes the product.

    Would I be better off writing multiple articles under the same lens for my linkwheels, as opposed to creating a new lens at squidoo for every linkwheel I make?
     
  2. mbceo

    mbceo Junior Member

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    I would say if it is the same niche, ie weightloss, and one article is hoodia and the other acai, then go for it. Squidoo is merely for the do follow links to another site of yours. So, if it saves time, then sure.
     
  3. ladismantler

    ladismantler Registered Member

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    It doesn't really save time. I was asking to see if there were benefits in putting multiple articles for linkwheels in the same lens...
     
  4. jdog37

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    I would definately create a new lens for each article because you can put different variations of your keyword in the urls. Also the more out bound links you have from a page tends to water down the juice that it passes on.
    I would also create several accounts because squidoo has been cracking down on spam and will lock all of your lenses if one of them is considered as spam.
     
  5. ladismantler

    ladismantler Registered Member

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    Do you recommend using ezinearticles in my linkwheel, assuming the article gets approved?
     
  6. ballerz4life

    ballerz4life Junior Member

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    Yes, using ezinearticles as one of your properties would be smart. If it does well in the search engines you could even build a linkwheel around your ezinearticle.
     
  7. charlesbrunkle

    charlesbrunkle Registered Member

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    is there an specific reason on why to use squidoo other than the do-follow link?

    what about if I use squidoo and I also create blogs on WP, blog.com. blogspot?
     
  8. stukie crisp

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    I think that it would help keep the web 2.0 propery "alive" longer if you updated it periodically with new content (new pics, articles etc.) At the end of the day, it always helps to keep em' looking like a real person built them instead of just SEO footprints.
     
  9. TippiE

    TippiE Junior Member

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    I think there is no big difference when you use a new lensmaster account.
    The only thing that changes is the author bio which will give you some extra link juice I guess but I don't know if it's worth the time and effort.