Hey guys, I thank you for taking a glance at my problem and I look forward to your analysis. Here's what my system looks like for sniping a keyword (long-chain mostly) into the #1 spot on Google. This system was constructed using visual linkwheels I saw around BHW, and I'm wondering why it is not working: 1. Find niche using KE 2.0 - niche was found with a low competition score of 28, KE 2.0 said there were approx. 3500 searches a month for this term and looking at the Search Engine Dominator function, the top site sites on the first SERP were less then PR3 with an average of 8 backlinks each, I figured this was a good niche for a top spot snipe! 2. Confirmed using Market Samurai that the niche had traffic, strangely the track reported by Market Samurai was 49,000 searches a month, a lot higher then KE 2.0's estimate. Strange. Anyway, Market Samurai reported a very low SEOC of 1% meaning there were very few websites competing for this keyword, another positive to proceed on. 3. I created a blogger page with a 500 word article I spun around the niche keywords I picked. Page is seo'd and optimized for my keywords. 4. I created an article on GoArticles with 3 links using my keywords pointing to the blogger page. 5. I created 5 web 2.0 properties which 1-way link to my blogger page and each include 500 word unique articles optimized around my keyword niche. 6. Using OnlyWire I bookmarked each of the 5 web 2.0 properties, and the GoArticles.com article in 18 of the most popular social bookmarking sites. So after completing all of the above I searched google for my keywords and I found that 1 of my web 2.0 sites made it to the first SERP, however, the blogger page (my main page) and the other web 2.0 properties, as well as the GoArticles.com article, are no where to be found! It's been about 3 hours, can someone please comment on what may be going on or if I simply am off track and should rethink my methods? Thank you very much!