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Using Web 2.0 Properties for Multiple Linkwheels?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by johnnyc9999, Oct 6, 2009.

  1. johnnyc9999

    johnnyc9999 Junior Member

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    So I create a linkwheel as follows:

    Wordpress -> Blogspot -> Wetpaint -> Vox -> Squidoo -> Hubpages.

    The URLs are like so:

    Wordpress.Username1.Keyword1 -> Blogspot.Username1.Keyword1 -> Wetpaint.Username1.Keyword1 -> Vox.Username1.Keyword1 -> Squidoo.Username1.Keyword1 -> Hubpages.Username1.Keyword1

    Can I use the same user account to make a second linkwheel? ie it would look like this:

    Wordpress.Username1.Keyword2 -> Blogspot.Username1.Keyword2 -> Wetpaint.Username1.Keyword2 -> Vox.Username1.Keyword2 -> Squidoo.Username1.Keyword2 -> Hubpages.Username1.Keyword2

    Or do I have to create completely new user accounts at each of the properties for each linkwheel? ie

    Wordpress.Username2.Keyword2 -> Blogspot.Username2.Keyword2 -> Wetpaint.Username2.Keyword2 -> Vox.Username2.Keyword2 -> Squidoo.Username2.Keyword2 -> Hubpages.Username2.Keyword2.

    Thoughts greatly appreciated. Obviously being able to re-use the same user account and just either create a new lens, hub or new post would really cut down on time.

    thanks
     
  2. harizd

    harizd Regular Member

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    Oh yeah you can of course do that. But the mods @ hubpages will flag both your properties and there you go, the whole point of link wheel is gone :)

    Check your hub score @hubpages and try to keep it at least 75.
     
  3. Micallef

    Micallef Supreme Member

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    New user accounts are a must. As you make more and more linkwheels, the potential damage from the loss of just one account increases dramatically.

    It's worth taking the time to get a new gmail or yahoo email and creating new web 2.0 accounts. You don't have to worry about changing your IP.
     
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  4. johnnyc9999

    johnnyc9999 Junior Member

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    Thanks - that makes perfect sense. The benefits in terms of time for re-using user data are outweighed by the possibility of accounts getting banned.
     
  5. bijikpalir

    bijikpalir Regular Member

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    ...wtf?
     
  6. olm75

    olm75 Senior Member

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    so was the deal with this prog is it safe...
     
  7. peter2002

    peter2002 Senior Member

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    I agree. Regarding new email accounts there is an easy trick that works with gmail. I don't remember where I read about it, but I tried and it works!

    Let's say your email address is [email protected] (The dot is after 'frank').

    When you create a new web.20 account, you can now take your gmail account and just put the dot behind a different letter like [email protected] (the dot is now after the fisrt letter).

    For the web 2.0 site it's a new email address BUT their emails get re-directed to your original gmail account!

    Using my email address example you could now create 9 new web 2.0user accounts.

    Hope this helps.

    Peter