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Write your original article, and choose the overall topic for your link wheels. If you are writing an article about an ecommerce beauty site, your article could be about the top 10 best hair straighteners, or a review of a particular pair of Kamisori hair shears.
Now that you have your original article, you are going to use that as a template for the creation of all of your other articles. It is essential that you create a new article for each of the posts you create, and simply use your original article as a template. Unique content is essential to ensuring your link wheel passes the maximum link juice. Within your article, be sure to include 1 link to your targeted site, and 1 link to one of posts in our link wheel. We’ll go over more details on exactly how to link the sites in the next steps.
2 Web 2.0 Sites
Now it’s time to identify our link wheel sites. For the link wheels we create for clients on SEOLinkWheelers.com, we use a network of 116 different sites, all on different C-class servers. You don’t need to go to this extreme for a smaller site, so let’s just pick a couple Web 2.0 sites and some social networking sites.
Here are the web 2.0 sites we suggest:
Some of these sites are article directories, like eHow.com, and are great resources for your link wheels. Most article sites don’t allow you to include a keyword as your link, but rather just the URL for our targeted site, which is great because it helps with the link diversity.
3 Now that we’ve selected our sites, we need to create accounts. When you create the accounts, make sure to name them appropriately. So if you were setting up a site on Quizilla, you should name it KamisoriShears.quizilla.com etc. where Kamisori Shears would be the keyword we are targeting. The goal you want to achieve is to setup a destination that is related to your target site, and on each of these sites, we’ll have more information related to our targeted site.
So create your accounts, post your article, and within the article, we have 1 link that goes back to our target site, and 1 link that goes to another of our link wheels. Instead of linking all your sites in order, ie site 1 links to site 2, site 12 links to site 1, Use a random linking so that site 1 links to site 8, site 8 links to site 5, etc.
Just be sure that none of your sites link back to each other, and you are going to be in good shape.
For all of our social networking sites like Twitter and LinkedIn, you can have these sites link to your other link wheel pages, and vice versa to include the maximum link diversity and give you the best natural links to your site.
4 Once we are done creating all of our link wheels, we want to ping Google and let them know we’ve created out new sites and to get them indexed. For this, we suggest using FeedPing.com. It’s a pinging service that pings about 250 different search engines and blog sites like Technorati, and when you ping these sites, they see your new site, include it in their index, and tell Google to index your site as well.
5 Now that we’ve followed all these steps, we are essentially done. Congratulations!
BUT, if you want to continue to reap the rewards of these links, you will want to go back and update them. We suggest updating link wheels every 2 weeks or so, so after 2 weeks, go back to your posts, and add 100 words of content, then submit them to the RSS sites again, and repeat the process.
Over time, you will have a bunch of great backlinks that are resources in themselves, and your targeted site will over time eventually get to the first page of Google.
Read more: How to SEO your site with a link wheel | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_5785025_seo-wheel.html#ixzz14bIsN0d8