What kind of results do you gain from link wheels?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Alex Brooks, Nov 24, 2009.

  1. Alex Brooks

    Alex Brooks BANNED BANNED

    Mar 17, 2009
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    I've been building 6-12 spoke link wheels recently, but I've recently been getting into the whole website game at the moment, can't be asked with the constant changes with C/L type stuff and I hate ewhoring now; so moved onto SEO to see what else I can learn and what it can do for me, anyway I've got the basics down and I'm happy, but I'm going to start build link wheels and I need some advice.

    I'm planning on using very large scale wheels, 40-50 websites in total, instead of the usual 6/12/18 wheels; Although I only wish to use a few web 2.0 websites, will this effect anything? For example:
    blog.com -> wordpress.com -> weebly.com -> wordpress.com -> blog.com

    I understand that many people go with stuff like:
    blog.com -> wordpress.com -> weebly.com -> hubpages.com -> squidoo.com

    Is there infact any risk of using the same domain for my websites? I currently have 2 links to my 'money site' and 1 link to a exteneral website (Another spoke) - I'm currently targeting the same keyword for each wheel, but I'm thinking about targetting a core keyword, along with a long-tail keyword in the same website, so instead of just ranking for one keyword, I'd be boosting myself in 2 keywords, does this work? Anyone else tired it?

    I haven't come across any other topics which ask these questions or have answers to them, but I am seriously considering spending a few days building up around 150 web 2.0 websites, then linking them all together and ranking for some new keywords, but I want to know if my ideas above, which will save me a lot of time and hassle, will work? Logically, they will, but is there any sort of down-side?

    Discuss. :)
  2. affiliate_onlinebiz

    affiliate_onlinebiz Junior Member

    Mar 25, 2008
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    I don't see any sort of down-site, just be sure not to use the same linkwheel configuration each and every time, you don't want to leave a footprint for google.