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UltimateDemon Link Tree / Pyramid Sneak Preview

We are nearing the completion of our next major update for UltimateDemon and here is a short update on what to expect in the upcoming release. 

Link Wheel? Link Tree / Pyramid?

We started off with the intention to implement a link wheel. But, after some deep thinking process, we decided to go for the link tree / pyramid approach.

Here is a sneak preview of how you can setup a link tree diagram in UltimateDemon:

Setting Up Link Tree Diagram

Why Do We Pick Link Tree?

Commonly, people flood lots of links (articles, blogcomments, bookmarks, etc.) to their money site. They did not put into consideration on the fact that among these links, there will be a large number of low quality links that could hurt their ranking through direct linking.

A link tree structure allows a lot more flexibility when it comes to creating link diversity. In this new era of SEO, having link diversity is crucial. We will not be covering link diversity over here as the intention is to keep this post short. 

Link Juice

From the above picture, you will see 2 arrows. 

Orange arrow: Links from the top are sent to the bottom levels for link building.

Green arrow: Link juice from live links of bottom levels flow up and funnel into the money site.

You can build links not only vertically (by adding more levels), but also horizontally (e.g. by adding more tier 1 links to money site) to your money site.

Stay tuned. :)


The look and feel for the final product could vary when it is released.


  • Utuxia on 30 Jun, 2012 01:15 pm commented:
  • Looks cool. Can't wait to see it. I think you will get a lot of SEnuke people coming over once it goes live.

  • Akbar Sheikh on 30 Jun, 2012 03:10 pm commented:
  • This looks promosing, however have a questions though:

    Now creating link tree in terms of similar pattern (although different sites may be as everyone can scrape their own sites) can leave footprints? May be, what do you think?


  • admin on 30 Jun, 2012 09:23 pm commented:
  • @Utuxia As above. Stay tuned. :)

    @AkbarSheikh "Look! More hidden footprints!" a quote from Diablo3. ;)

    What you have stated will apply to any strategies (e.g. link wheel) that you want to use.

    It also applies to manual linking!

    Creating a linking tree manually is pretty much the same as using a tool. A browser is a tool by itself and the main difference is someone has to type it on the spot and post the content.

    Create your own link strategy using your own list of sites.

    Footprints tend to be left by people who post the same content all over the place and they can be traced back to the source with ease.

  • Chris on 02 Jul, 2012 04:42 am commented:
  • This kind of structure is very convenient as it automates something we're doing anyway, but it does need to have 'granular' control to make it most usable.

    For example, I like to link through to high PR Tier 1's using lower PR Tier 2's. What wouldn't make sense is using a PR5 article directory, for instance, linking through to a PR2 or 3 Web 2.0 property, just because the linking template states Articles to Web 2.0. We need control within those categories and the ability to tag the template properties e.g. Web2.0 (PR3-8) or Articles (PR1-2), or Bookmarks (PR3-6) and Bookmarks (PR1-2).

    If we don't have this kind of control I'd be forced to stay with my current setups, even though they are way more time consuming.

  • admin on 02 Jul, 2012 05:32 am commented:
  • You will be able to decide what sites (and category) to submit to. :)

  • bob on 04 Jul, 2012 11:51 pm commented:
  • looks very good. Please add ability to recreate broken web20 (if removed by site admin). Also everything (including articles for every web20/etc) must be configurable, including velocity.



  • Sari Yono on 26 Jul, 2012 11:36 am commented:
  • when are we gonna get this i cant wait

  • Aaron on 01 Aug, 2012 07:25 am commented:
  • Ah, this is gonna be amazing! Give a release date!

  • gnork on 01 Aug, 2012 06:51 pm commented:
  • Hey!!  so where are we?!! Any news...

  • admin on 23 Aug, 2012 09:01 am commented:
  • @bob It doesn't have the ability to recreate broken Web 2.0 but configuration and velocity is certainly there. 

    @all We will be launching it real soon. :)

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