Is this a good example of a link wheel?

by AFI
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Looking to get more traffic going and I was reading all about link wheels. Do you guys think this is a good example?

How to Build a Link Wheel to Get More Traffic | eHow.com
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  • Profile picture of the author rackverse
    Link wheels are definitely a solid tool in the SEO marketers arsenal.

    You know one think you might do is take a look at SEO marketer's websites. They usually have a list of services, where you can see what is being done. One of the popular ones (I think) is owned by a warrior here and is Traffic Sage

    You can look at his package page and see what services he provides and use it as a list of what you should do. Link wheels, video marketing, Social bookmarking, Article marketing...etc.

    ...And if you're smart and have a little cash...you outsource it!
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Ward
    I have read that Google can easily identify that kind of link wheel now, because it leaves an obvious footprint (circular). I wouldn't doubt it, either.
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  • Profile picture of the author KeithJ
    Originally Posted by AFI View Post

    Looking to get more traffic going and I was reading all about link wheels. Do you guys think this is a good example?

    How to Build a Link Wheel to Get More Traffic | eHow.com
    That's the gist of it... albeit it is more of a simple one but still would help somewhat in your link building efforts...

    There is a lot of debate of the best way to build link wheels... By hand, or with software like SENuke, Magic submitter, etc.,... Also debated how many levels deep they should be and how...

    There is tons of information on link wheels in general and everyone has a different opinion...

    Here are a few examples of the debate:

    Link Wheel is it Worth Trying? | SEO Tips By Ahmad Wali

    Back Links, LinkWheels and SEO Domination | Automatic Self Funding Internet Business


    Keith
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  • Profile picture of the author allseowork
    too good.. i used them for few sites.. but you need them only if u are competing for very difficult keywords..
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  • Profile picture of the author Carl Brown
    Originally Posted by AFI View Post

    Looking to get more traffic going and I was reading all about link wheels. Do you guys think this is a good example?

    How to Build a Link Wheel to Get More Traffic | eHow.com
    That's too simple these days. Here are a couple better example:





    Sigh. It figures. Nothing can be easy for me. So what do you recommend?
    I have a "broken" link wheel of 15 web 2.0 sites. You just need to break the wheel somewhere so it doesn't "complete"
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    • Profile picture of the author packerfan
      The idea you can create a linking structure that is anything other than 1 links, and google not be able to figure it out is absurd.

      Think about this logic...

      1 person comes up with a linking strategy (let's assume they're a very smart person).

      1,000 people at Google (let's assume they're smart, too) get paid to figure this stuff out. Oh yeah, they have an unlimited budget and more technology than 99.9% of the corporations in the world.

      Do you really think they can't figure out an "open" link wheel. Or a link pyramid?

      The question is really more do they care?

      Considering there are people on this forum that within about 5 minutes can uncover a site's "link strategy" I'm pretty sure Google can too.

      Just my $.02
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      • Profile picture of the author phans
        Originally Posted by packerfan View Post

        The idea you can create a linking structure that is anything other than 1 links, and google not be able to figure it out is absurd.

        Think about this logic...

        1 person comes up with a linking strategy (let's assume they're a very smart person).

        1,000 people at Google (let's assume they're smart, too) get paid to figure this stuff out. Oh yeah, they have an unlimited budget and more technology than 99.9% of the corporations in the world.

        Do you really think they can't figure out an "open" link wheel. Or a link pyramid?

        The question is really more do they care?

        Considering there are people on this forum that within about 5 minutes can uncover a site's "link strategy" I'm pretty sure Google can too.

        Just my $.02
        i agree with you but just wondering why wouldn√Ąt google do anything about it? all the want is ONLY natural linkbuilding so why are they accepting any kind of search engine manipulation
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  • Profile picture of the author shinebook
    Link wheel is bed option if you go with same content at every place any way Google know link wheel but he loves freshness of net
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  • Profile picture of the author Crank
    It looks great but to say if it work or not results should be checked.
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  • Profile picture of the author allseowork
    A Simple link wheel can be provided by seodestiny, if you're looking for that

    Web2.0 properties - > Thousands of blogs (spinned articles) - > Money Site

    Includes Pinging and Rss Submission to 30 rss directories of all blog posts and web 2.0 properties.
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