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    How to Reinforce Backlinks?

    I have many links from wordpress blog networks and article directories. And I want to reinforce them with backlinks.

    But, I don't want to do Social Bookmarking and Forum Profile Linking as I believe they are spammy and not good in the long run.

    Anyone with some good tips?

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    Submitting your RSS feeds from each of the article directories (for your author account) to RSS aggregators is one way.

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    One of the things that I have noticed recently in regard to link building is the significance in building links to your links. I'm working on an article for my new website about this, but the basic gist of it is that you want to ensure that the pages that link to you are stronger because that will, in turn, help you out. So, say you write an article on Hub Pages, Squidoo and an EzineArticle. On the Hub Pages article, you'd like to your site, but you'd also link to the Squidoo. On the Squidoo, you'd link to your site and the EzineArticle. And on the EzineArticle, you'd like to your site and the Hub Pages article. This helps to build those pages so that it's not just another link from these sites, but instead, are actually more powerful links.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mafiamaster View Post
    One of the things that I have noticed recently in regard to link building is the significance in building links to your links. I'm working on an article for my new website about this, but the basic gist of it is that you want to ensure that the pages that link to you are stronger because that will, in turn, help you out. So, say you write an article on Hub Pages, Squidoo and an EzineArticle. On the Hub Pages article, you'd like to your site, but you'd also link to the Squidoo. On the Squidoo, you'd link to your site and the EzineArticle. And on the EzineArticle, you'd like to your site and the Hub Pages article. This helps to build those pages so that it's not just another link from these sites, but instead, are actually more powerful links.
    You are talking about LinkWheels, right? Google has cracked down on it..

    How about me linking to my backlinks(article directories and WP blogs) with Free Blogs(blogspot, xanga, weebly etc)?? or Should I do it the other way round? The directories and wp blogs linking to the free blogs which in turn link to my site??

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    Quote Originally Posted by rome9t9 View Post
    You are talking about LinkWheels, right? Google has cracked down on it..

    How about me linking to my backlinks(article directories and WP blogs) with Free Blogs(blogspot, xanga, weebly etc)?? or Should I do it the other way round? The directories and wp blogs linking to the free blogs which in turn link to my site??
    You can do it either way. Probably good to mix it up. You can think of doing it this way as building the "Spokes" of a linkwheel without the cross linking If you're spinning content, don't forget to at least change your title for the Web 2.0 properties...and first para a bit too if you're doing by hand.

    I would SB all of these. If you don't want to use a service, then pick 2-4 that you want to build a good profile on and manually do em (ie jumptags, Mr-Wong, Twitter, Facebook, etc). Of all the SB sites I've used, I think jumptags is the one that actually sends me traffic over time and shows in Google Webmaster Tools fairly quickly.

    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by javanx3d View Post
    You can do it either way. Probably good to mix it up. You can think of doing it this way as building the "Spokes" of a linkwheel without the cross linking If you're spinning content, don't forget to at least change your title for the Web 2.0 properties...and first para a bit too if you're doing by hand.

    I would SB all of these. If you don't want to use a service, then pick 2-4 that you want to build a good profile on and manually do em (ie jumptags, Mr-Wong, Twitter, Facebook, etc). Of all the SB sites I've used, I think jumptags is the one that actually sends me traffic over time and shows in Google Webmaster Tools fairly quickly.

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    Well, i spin quite a lot... 4 para article.. rewrite one para.. rewrite every sentence.. rewrite every word/phrase as much as possible.. and also the title..

    Btw, whats your take on Profile links?? The guys at Warriorforum are big fans of profile links.. so much so that they call article marketing dead..

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    Cool. I've never found a ton of gain from them and pretty much only muck around with them if I've got an account on the site for article marketing. Nothing wrong with doing a little of everything though ya know! Many people consider them spam though, so be warned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rome9t9 View Post
    You are talking about LinkWheels, right? Google has cracked down on it..

    How about me linking to my backlinks(article directories and WP blogs) with Free Blogs(blogspot, xanga, weebly etc)?? or Should I do it the other way round? The directories and wp blogs linking to the free blogs which in turn link to my site??
    I don't really think it matters how you do it. You might generate your initial spokes to the wheel (Squidoo, HubPages, EzineArticles) and then you might help build those links with a blogspot, xanga and weebly article. Each spoke might get a unique (spun) article. Regardless, if you're building up your backlinks with more backlinks, you're going to see an improvement. How can Google crack down on a link wheel if you are generating unique content and linking to other unique content?

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    Quote Originally Posted by javanx3d View Post
    Cool. I've never found a ton of gain from them and pretty much only muck around with them if I've got an account on the site for article marketing. Nothing wrong with doing a little of everything though ya know! Many people consider them spam though, so be warned.
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    Yeah...i believe that google will discount these profile links sooner or later.. or may be the owners and forum script developers might start nofollowing these links.. I find them nothing but spammy..

    Quote Originally Posted by Mafiamaster View Post
    I don't really think it matters how you do it. You might generate your initial spokes to the wheel (Squidoo, HubPages, EzineArticles) and then you might help build those links with a blogspot, xanga and weebly article. Each spoke might get a unique (spun) article. Regardless, if you're building up your backlinks with more backlinks, you're going to see an improvement. How can Google crack down on a link wheel if you are generating unique content and linking to other unique content?
    I read somehwere that the linking pattern is a dead giveaway. I think its better to move away from wheels to clusters... but I will try a linkwheel with one of my EZA aticle as the focus..


    One more question, what do you think should be backlinked- an EZA article or a spun article on a small WP blog(through ArticleRanks and FTS)??

    EZA is a big site while the WP blog could be a small PR1-2 blog that accepts unique but spun content...reinforcing which of these backlinks will be beneficial to my money site??

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