Anatomy of a Link Wheel: Raise Traffic with Link Wheels

Anatomy of a Link Wheel: Raise Traffic with Link Wheels

by John Brewer
     
 
The invention of web 2.0 brought a lot of changes to the way that Internet
marketing works.

In the past there were specific methodologies to use to gain positioning
within the search engines and in many cases, people could actually “game”
the engines by using questionable tactics to help their websites quickly.

One common

Overview

The invention of web 2.0 brought a lot of changes to the way that Internet
marketing works.

In the past there were specific methodologies to use to gain positioning
within the search engines and in many cases, people could actually “game”
the engines by using questionable tactics to help their websites quickly.

One common way of gaming the engines was in stuffing keywords into
websites and sales pages in an attempt to quickly rank for those phrases. It
didn’t take long however before the major search engines like Google
discovered the problem and took swift action to correct it.

Linkwheels consist of multiple “feeder sites”, which are websites and
webpages hosted on remote servers.

So for you to understand more, this book might help you answer your question by knowing the anatomy of link wheels.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012438232
Publisher:
1001 Property Solutions LLC
Publication date:
05/11/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
13 KB

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