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Is there any good software available to make the link wheel process easier?

What do you guys find the best?
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  • Profile picture of the author Jack Chase
    A lot of people use SE Nuke to register the Web 2.0 profiles and post content to them. As far as I'm aware though you will need to build them into a link wheel yourself. Still, you could save time by having SE Nuke post he content in the first place.
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  • Profile picture of the author arshavin
    Its ok to post the same content across the web 2.0 pages in the wheel right?
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    • Profile picture of the author stc151
      Originally Posted by arshavin View Post

      Its ok to post the same content across the web 2.0 pages in the wheel right?
      I wouldn't recommend that especially if you're building a link wheel and the same content is being linked to the same content. It's an obvious give-away off what you're doing to google.

      I recommend manual creation of linkwheels. But before you do that, you should try establishing credibility for the sites first.

      Week 1: Build 20 web 2.0 properties on different sites like blogspot, etc.
      Add a post to each, make sure they're all unique from each other.
      Optimize post for keyword 1, add pictures for keyword 1, etc
      Link to your money page for keyword 1

      Week 2: Add another post to the property optimizing it for keyword 2
      Link to your money page for keyword 2

      Week 3: Add another post to the property optimizing it for keyword 3
      Link to your money page for keyword 3

      Week 4: Add another post to the property optimizing it for keyword 4
      Link to your money page for keyword 4

      Week 5: Add a post to each web 2.0 property that establishes the link wheel, where all the web 2.0 properties connect to each-other

      This way, you'll be building up the value of your web 2.0's instead of just blasting them off with software that is in, out and done. This is good for quick boosts, however, long term the effect dissipates rather fast.

      Doing it in a more long and consistent posting process makes your sites establish more value.

      In addition, if you're building backlinks to each of your web 2.0 sites, the value of the link wheel becomes even more powerful.
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      • Profile picture of the author missmystery
        Originally Posted by stc151 View Post

        I wouldn't recommend that especially if you're building a link wheel and the same content is being linked to the same content. It's an obvious give-away off what you're doing to google.

        I recommend manual creation of linkwheels. But before you do that, you should try establishing credibility for the sites first.

        Week 1: Build 20 web 2.0 properties on different sites like blogspot, etc.
        Add a post to each, make sure they're all unique from each other.
        Optimize post for keyword 1, add pictures for keyword 1, etc
        Link to your money page for keyword 1

        Week 2: Add another post to the property optimizing it for keyword 2
        Link to your money page for keyword 2

        Week 3: Add another post to the property optimizing it for keyword 3
        Link to your money page for keyword 3

        Week 4: Add another post to the property optimizing it for keyword 4
        Link to your money page for keyword 4

        Week 5: Add a post to each web 2.0 property that establishes the link wheel, where all the web 2.0 properties connect to each-other

        This way, you'll be building up the value of your web 2.0's instead of just blasting them off with software that is in, out and done. This is good for quick boosts, however, long term the effect dissipates rather fast.

        Doing it in a more long and consistent posting process makes your sites establish more value.

        In addition, if you're building backlinks to each of your web 2.0 sites, the value of the link wheel becomes even more powerful.
        Hi there. Thanks for this.
        Do you have a list of 2.0 sites that are worth it? You said 20.
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      • Originally Posted by stc151 View Post

        I wouldn't recommend that especially if you're building a link wheel and the same content is being linked to the same content. It's an obvious give-away off what you're doing to google.

        I recommend manual creation of linkwheels. But before you do that, you should try establishing credibility for the sites first.

        Week 1: Build 20 web 2.0 properties on different sites like blogspot, etc.
        Add a post to each, make sure they're all unique from each other.
        Optimize post for keyword 1, add pictures for keyword 1, etc
        Link to your money page for keyword 1

        Week 2: Add another post to the property optimizing it for keyword 2
        Link to your money page for keyword 2

        Week 3: Add another post to the property optimizing it for keyword 3
        Link to your money page for keyword 3

        Week 4: Add another post to the property optimizing it for keyword 4
        Link to your money page for keyword 4

        Week 5: Add a post to each web 2.0 property that establishes the link wheel, where all the web 2.0 properties connect to each-other

        This way, you'll be building up the value of your web 2.0's instead of just blasting them off with software that is in, out and done. This is good for quick boosts, however, long term the effect dissipates rather fast.

        Doing it in a more long and consistent posting process makes your sites establish more value.

        In addition, if you're building backlinks to each of your web 2.0 sites, the value of the link wheel becomes even more powerful.
        guess I have to create properties manually. Then choose a good theme for each property and then put some unique content. This way, it'll rank faster. Am I right?
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  • Profile picture of the author Writing101
    Check out senuke x and the web 2.0 bot from incansoft.
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  • Profile picture of the author arshavin
    i cant afford senuke at the moment i dont think. i cant find a price for it but isnt it 200 per month? will web 2.0 bot do the job?
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  • Profile picture of the author arshavin
    Are these softwares necassary?

    Do i only need these when i have multiple sites?
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  • Profile picture of the author highave1
    Looking for free or paid? if paid then available if free then contact any seo experts
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  • Profile picture of the author arshavin
    Free software and seo experts would provide?
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  • I agree with Writing101
    Check out senuke x and the web 2.0 bot from incansoft.
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    • Profile picture of the author arshavin
      Originally Posted by OptimumPublishing View Post

      I agree with Writing101
      Check out senuke x and the web 2.0 bot from incansoft.
      look at these like use them next to each other?
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  • Profile picture of the author arshavin
    There isnt a software called web 2.0 bot!
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  • Profile picture of the author thedude916
    Try Venom SEO, i've heard a lot of good things about it and it's about 49 a month I believe.
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  • Profile picture of the author arshavin
    I cant really buy the monthly softwares yet because my income is zero lol. But i suppose i do need something if i want to create link wheels.

    If i am to create a link wheel how many web 2.0 pages do i need? Its just 5-6 isnt it?
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    • Profile picture of the author Writing101
      Looks like incansoft took the web 2.0 bot off their products list. I just checked it out a few minutes ago.

      They give me the chance to get the web 2.0 on a email they sent out to me probably because I've bought about 80% of all the products they created. And I am pretty sure I am not the only one that got the chance to buy the product when they still had it last year as well.

      On another note, the best web 2.0 submitter that I have tried right now is senuke x.

      Another option you can consider if you have enough funds down the road is to get ubot and custom code your own web 2.0 submitter. Because right now the problem with most web 2.0 submitters nowadays is waiting for the owners to update because these web 2.0 sites change their site structures all the time.

      Since you're just starting out, you can pick a handful of properties to submit to manually so that you at least get a feel of what the submitting process is like. After a while, you will see the need to automate these processes when you have 50+ sites you are trying to push to page 1 rankings in google. Like they say, time is money.

      And here is a short list of web 2.0 properties you can get started with.

      1. blogspot
      2. blogster
      3. tumblr
      4. blurty
      5. terapad
      6. insane journal
      7. xanga
      8. friendster
      9. squidoo
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      • Profile picture of the author sonic74
        you may try sick submitter (google it)...

        it's only $19,99 per month but it's not only a profile submitter.....

        you can do a lot more things, such social bookmarking,article,directory and rss submitting.

        It has great reviews !
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  • Profile picture of the author seusspoemsv
    XGen SEO can submit to top web2.0
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    • Profile picture of the author phluid
      Originally Posted by seusspoemsv View Post

      XGen SEO can submit to top web2.0
      in theory it does, if only it worked..
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  • Profile picture of the author arshavin
    I have already, scrapebox, BMD, TBS and NF. I still need to buy, pressbot, backlink energizer and senuke. Pity there isnt a good web 2.0 software that isnt so expensive.
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  • Profile picture of the author josephrhodes06
    I've heard a lot of good stuff about that software. I think you should try it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joshyybaxx
    Venom SEO has my vote for sure, they're about to drop the VSEOPro version which is tipped to be a solid SENukeX competitor.
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  • Profile picture of the author gearmonkey
    I use magic submitter. It creates link wheels and everything. If you have magic submitter, you don't need anything else.
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    • Profile picture of the author missmystery
      Originally Posted by gearmonkey View Post

      I use magic submitter. It creates link wheels and everything. If you have magic submitter, you don't need anything else.
      Its still expensive and a monthly payment..
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  • Profile picture of the author stc151
    Here's a list of some. Just look up "high pr web 2.0 list" and you should find more.
    1. EasyJournal
    2. AtWiki
    3. ZoomShare
    4. InsaneJournal
    5. Terapad
    6. DiaryLand
    7. Thoughts
    8. SOS Blog
    9. Hubpages
    10. Zimbio
    11. Wikispaces
    12. Wetpaint
    13. Wordpress
    14. Quizilla
    15. Tripod
    16. Webs.com
    17. Vox.com
    18. LiveJournal
    19. Xanga
    20. Blog.com
    21. Jimdo
    22. Zoho
    23. Gather
    24. OnSugar
    25. Bravejournal
    26. Typepad
    27. Edublogs
    28. Blogher
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  • Profile picture of the author stc151
    I just gave "20" as a guideline. Less or more is fine. It all depends on your keyword difficulty and how much work you want to put into it. It can be quite a bit of work if you do it all yourself. I recommend outsourcing the writing. Use the money you'd pay for software to get unique articles that you can use.

    And since they're not for your main site, but sites linking to your main site, you don't have to pay for the "best" writing services out there.
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  • Profile picture of the author missmystery
    I built 7 web 2.0 properties this morning, so a good start. I should try to make 10 a day, so have 70 at the end of the week I want to aim to have about 100 web 2.0 property sites.
    Do you think spinning is good enough? Or completely unique content?

    How is this different to seo nuke? Does it just create random web 2.0 accounts, and post the same content to them?
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  • Profile picture of the author stc151
    With SENUKE you can basically do the same exact thing, set up and create accounts on these sites easily with automated ease. However, the difference I've seen is the sticking rate and the traffic you actually get from the site.

    When you set up all these web 2.0 sites from senuke, it's using the default EVERYTHING for the set-up. As a result, your web 2.0 sites look like crap even if the content is good.

    The good thing about manually making them is that you can pick the theme you want (for sites like wordpress, blogspot, weebly), you can add pictures, etc. It basically ends up looking like a real site and if someone happens to land on that page they're much more likely to actually click on the link.

    Also, for most of these web 2.0 sites, you can add pages, blog sections, about me's, etc.

    Overall, when you create manually your web 2.0 properties generally don't get deleted whereas with automated software it's pretty easy to tell that it was made with software, and these accounts have a tendency to get banned.
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  • Profile picture of the author stc151
    Of course, don't expect to get much traffic from these web 2.0 properties UNLESS you create them optimizing them for low competition keywords as well. If you do that, they these micro sites could get ranked in google pretty easily as well.

    So then you'd have the posts on your web 2.0 sites with anchor text that uses the keywords for your main site, and the web 2.0 sites homepage will be optimized for that "lower hanging fruit" keyword. This is the smart way to do it, but does take much more time.
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  • Profile picture of the author Russel Mogul
    senuke or a virtual assistant
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  • Profile picture of the author Ammy Tisdale
    Originally Posted by arshavin View Post

    Is there any good software available to make the link wheel process easier?

    What do you guys find the best?


    I dont like the software based link building because it does not help the keyword to rank at its place for the longer term. Its basically for the shorter period of time.
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    • Profile picture of the author Russel Mogul
      Originally Posted by Ammy Tisdale View Post

      I dont like the software based link building because it does not help the keyword to rank at its place for the longer term. Its basically for the shorter period of time.
      Explain this please ?
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