Follow this linkwheel diagram and you will LOVE the Results

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If you follow this chart, you will have a huge change in your SERPs. This isn't black hat, this is completely legit. You will notice great results. Go ahead and try it out and let me know your results. Every site I have done this on I have received first page results. Bad thing is, it can be quite time consuming.
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  • Profile picture of the author GeorgR.
    head just exploded...this looks like A LOT of work
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  • Profile picture of the author Ray Valentine
    What are some examples of microblogs and document sharing sites?
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  • Profile picture of the author blake.quintero
    It looks complicated. Actually, it is more exhaustive than complicated. Does it work for High Competition keywords?
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  • Profile picture of the author Intermission
    This is excellent. I have every intention of getting around to building link wheels like this, but when to find the time ...

    A comprehensive link wheel like this wouldn't be as necessary for a long tail keyword that already has top rankings, but could be good for much more traffic because so many more keywords can be targeted, I'd imagine.
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  • Profile picture of the author screate
    Going to try this one.
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  • Profile picture of the author OrganicSeoGuru
    I personally would not utilize that for any site I cared about, there are serious modification that would be needed.

    But what do I know, I have only been an SEO for the last decade....
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  • Profile picture of the author thebitbotdotcom
    So basically, you link from a circle of article directories to a circle of Web 2.0 sites which in turn point to your money site...not too complicated, but a TON of work...of course, IM is anyway.
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  • Profile picture of the author PabloVTB
    The image is pretty complex, but thebitbotdotcom has summarized it well.

    And yeah, that one takes a lot of work, but I assume you could automate some parts of it
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  • Internet marketing is easy it's just take a little of work! Now take time and do the diagram if you looking for some great results.
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    • Profile picture of the author iAmNameLess
      Originally Posted by thebitbotdotcom View Post

      So basically, you link from a circle of article directories to a circle of Web 2.0 sites which in turn point to your money site...not too complicated, but a TON of work...of course, IM is anyway.
      Yeah, it really is a TON of work. We do one of these maybe once every month or two for our monthly clients.

      Originally Posted by PabloVTB View Post

      The image is pretty complex, but thebitbotdotcom has summarized it well.

      And yeah, that one takes a lot of work, but I assume you could automate some parts of it
      He really did, although there are doc sharing and micro blogs to include.

      I wish there was an effective way to automate this, I don't know anything right now. I also do about 5-10 blog comments pointing to each article. So that can be done semi-automatically.

      Originally Posted by Mreese601@gmail.com View Post

      Internet marketing is easy it's just take a little of work! Now take time and do the diagram if you looking for some great results.
      YES! You will get great results, not just increase in SERPs but quite a bit more traffic from these referring sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author kennyk3
    How many articles would this consist of?
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  • Profile picture of the author bukriv
    I think it works. It's just that you might want to outsource much of it or else you'll do nothing but write articles, submit them and create blogs.
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  • Profile picture of the author sidar123
    I think this is an example of multilevel linking and not the link wheel... I can't see any wheel created in this.. Can anyone clear my doubt?
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  • Profile picture of the author didyouknow
    it is multilevel linking indeed.. no wheel visible in the picture.
    I would cross link some nodes in the different levels to increase this to look 'natural' (how likely is it that within a niche.. the sites are linking in a nice tiered way?)
    since you are doing this manualy anyway I see no reason to not throw in the occasional link between tiers here and there..
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  • Profile picture of the author John Conner
    Link wheel is really a great techniques for linkbuilding. But this process shows it very difficult to do this. I use hubpages, squidoo, tumbler, blogger, webly about eight 2.0 website for link wheel and it give great result.
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    • Profile picture of the author Loloy Diango
      Anybody have any recommendation on where to outsource this kind of link building at a reasonable rate?
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      • Profile picture of the author didyouknow
        Originally Posted by Loloy Diango View Post

        Anybody have any recommendation on where to outsource this kind of link building at a reasonable rate?
        check out Fiverr and get some gigs to outsource different parts of this model ..
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      • Profile picture of the author Laubster
        Originally Posted by Loloy Diango View Post

        Anybody have any recommendation on where to outsource this kind of link building at a reasonable rate?
        Pat Flynn summed this up and made it look MUCH less intimidating on his super popular passive income blog (turns out I can't post links yet, just google "smart passive income backlinking strategy that works")

        Long story short, you write one original unique article yourself, outsource setting up micro blogs and web 2.0 properties (the administrative side of it that is), submit highly spun or unique articles to Ezine and Squidoo (since they are the most strict), use spun articles for all the other sources (spin using Best Spinner or something similar), and then use Unique Article Wizard or something similar to submit to article directories (which gets you 500 - 1,000 backlinks to your micro-blogs and web 2.0 properties). Once everything is set up, writing original content and spinning it so that it makes sense is the only time consuming part. Actually rather easy.
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      • Profile picture of the author Laubster
        Originally Posted by Loloy Diango View Post

        Anybody have any recommendation on where to outsource this kind of link building at a reasonable rate?
        To directly answer your question, check out oDesk or vWorker. I just hired a guy in Indonesia to do stuff like this for me for $3/hour (off oDesk), so far so good! The only part you really need to do yourself is write original content, and if your niche isn't super competitive or your really comfortable with a writer, you could even outsource the writing of articles too.
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        • Profile picture of the author Loloy Diango
          Originally Posted by Laubster View Post

          To directly answer your question, check out oDesk or vWorker. I just hired a guy in Indonesia to do stuff like this for me for $3/hour (off oDesk), so far so good! The only part you really need to do yourself is write original content, and if your niche isn't super competitive or your really comfortable with a writer, you could even outsource the writing of articles too.
          Yup, that's exactly what I'm looking into - outsource the writing and the link building; outsource everything. So, I can focus on niche research and keyword hunting.

          Thanks, Laubster!
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    • Profile picture of the author lifeisfun
      Originally Posted by John Conner View Post

      Link wheel is really a great techniques for linkbuilding. But this process shows it very difficult to do this. I use hubpages, squidoo, tumbler, blogger, webly about eight 2.0 website for link wheel and it give great result.
      Mind if I ask how you get these type of sites indexed?
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  • Profile picture of the author BarryOnline
    I'd just take a hand full of PR6, aged, in context home page links and save all the hassle.
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  • Profile picture of the author angelinawillium
    This is really good technique to fallow but need lots of patience. Link wheeling is really good but time consuming and need lots of dedicated work for it.
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  • Profile picture of the author SoEasyMoney
    Just one quick question, what is the "micro blog" portion as opposed to Web 2.0 properties?
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    • Profile picture of the author Carl Brown
      Originally Posted by SoEasyMoney View Post

      Just one quick question, what is the "micro blog" portion as opposed to Web 2.0 properties?
      Twitter is an example. Others would include, tumblr, plurk, pownce, and jaiku

      I've started on this today. I'm doing it manually, 3 legs a day. There are only about 15 legs (I think) coming off the main site.

      Thanks to the IamNameless for sharing this. It helps to work off a real plan.
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