Sites you can use for linkwheel building

 

Tired of Making Chump Change Online?

If you’re getting on the linkwheel bandwagon for supercharging backlink value, you can use the list below.  Whatever you do, make sure you don’t use a familiar linkwheel pattern.  Don’t spam or your linkwheel will be worthless.   Make sure to populate the system with REAL AND USEFUL CONTENT.

The more “random” the linking pattern is the more “natural” it will look to search engines and the less likely you’ll get penalized.

425mb.com
99081.com
blackapplehost.com
blog.com
blogetery.com
blogmas.com
blogr.com
blogs.mu
blogsome.com
bravejournal.com
brinkster.net
dreamhosters.com
drivehq.com
easyjournal.com
edublogs.org
fateback.com
fc2.com
fortunecity.com
freehostia.com
freetzi.com
graffiti.net
i.ph
jabry.com
multiply.com
officelive.com
prohosting.com
qsh.eu
redrival.com
sitemix.jp/blog
t35.com
ueuo.com
ugu.pl
v3host.be
webcindario.com
weebly.com
wordpress.com
xm.com
xthost.info

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Comments

  1. mark@commercial coffee maker says:

    Thank you for this helpful list! YES Thank you so much for mentioning not to spam because I feel like so many people screw up their link building efforts when they make generic or spam comments. I’m also glad to see this resource to create a natural pattern that will look more attractive to search engines.

  2. Mark@LG Pop Games says:

    How many sites should I use for the linkwheel?

  3. There is a free tool called TouchGraph that is really helpful when you are planning a linkwheel strategy. http://www.tkdigital.com/tools/visualize-website-relationships-research-a-niche-touchgraph/

  4. Allan @ Dubai Property says:

    I a planning to give this link wheel a try. Are sites listed above all working? And are they all free?

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