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What are Your Best Web 2.0 sites for Link Wheel

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by smackdog, Jul 21, 2009.

  1. smackdog

    smackdog Newbie

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    Just wondering which are the best web 2.0 sites that people are using to create link wheels right now?

    How do you classify which ones are good and which are not as good? Or do you care?

    Thanks.
     
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    just stay with the ones that doesnt delete your properties in a day or two. For example i have bad experience with blog*co*uk.
     
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    my wordpress gets deleted pretty fast...i dont no why and blog is really slow. is any1 else having that problem? I have found that hubpages and blogger stick pretty well and weebly too. I havent tried squidoo yet.
     
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    If you make them properly, your web 2.0 linkwheel sites will never be deleted. I have made over 100 and they are all still up. I write a single paragraph for my first post that says "welcome to my blog" etc which takes 30 seconds, put up a pic of someone nice and trustworthy, then for my second post I publish my article that I've ripped from various sites and then spun automatically.

    I do not insert the links straight away. I go back and insert the links only when the sites have been indexed by google.

    As for ranking, google loves hubpages, wordpress, blogger, wikidot. I have had amazing success with blog.co.uk - I made one and it ranked number 4 for a keyword with 102,000,000 competing sites.

    But at the end of the day, a site is a site. Build links to all your web 2.0 sites and they will pass PR to the focus of your hub (except hubpages and wetpaint, which are nofollow - but they rank well so it's worth including them)
     
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    hun73r Junior Member

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    ^^good ideas - how do you get the article spun 'automatically' ? I tried content boss, not great and certainly not automatic.
    also - if anyone wants to create one of these for me- will pay for it.
     
  8. smackdog

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    so it is best to put hubpages and wetpaint at the end of the wheel to conserve link juice throughout the rest of the wheel?
     
  9. Yukinari84

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    A site is a site. There are lots that you can use to make link wheels.
    The main thing is you don't want to keep doing the same thing all the time. Vary up the sites you use and the order you link them.

    Adding variation will help them last a lot longer.