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« on: June 22, 2011, 06:29:04 AM »
hey guys I have begun to build up backlinks for my website through blog comments, however i want to make more of an impact and i was just wondering if anyone can advise me in how to continue gaining good backlinks. I am fairly inexperienced and new to this so i am unsure of backlinking methods. any replies welcome, thanks :)

Re: link building
« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2011, 11:39:45 PM »
Hi jswift

Here are a few things to get you started ->

FREE
1. Blog comments - Either good quality on topic answers or good quality on topic questions (Make sure any links are dofollow)
2. Forum posting - Either good quality posts or good quality on topic questions/answers. Keep your links in your sig file (5 posts here)
3. Article marketing - You can either write the articles yourself or use Jon's IAW3 (PLEASE read your article before submitting it to directories)

PAID
1. 1waylinks - More info in forum
2. 3waylinks - More info in forum
3. mywaylinks - More info in forum

If you're trying to do it for free then make sure that the link building looks natural to google and target different text phrases/landing pages in your bio boxes.
Two blog comments, two forum posts and one article every is 5 links a day which is 25 links a week on a five day week which is 1250 links a year with two weeks off and that is so very easy to do. Think long term and don't try to rush.

Hoping this helps
Eliot Proud

Re: link building
« Reply #2 on: June 23, 2011, 02:55:41 PM »
I'd say 1WayLinks is the best link building tool I've tried, I've gotten my investment back many times over since starting it.

Re: link building
« Reply #3 on: June 27, 2011, 10:13:17 PM »
Just remember in creating backlinks, QUALITY IS THE BEST OVER QUANTITY. Profile Linking is another method of creating backlinks.  ::)

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Re: link building
« Reply #4 on: June 28, 2011, 09:33:05 AM »
ok thanks for the help guys, i will try this all out. thanks for the paid suggestions too i have been browsing for a service to do my linking for me as i am inexperienced, i even found a free trial from wejustlink :D. when you say quality what do you mean? i will try and be long term as this sounds like the best way to build links as i don't want to spend all my time building links as it seems quite time consuming.

Re: link building
« Reply #5 on: June 29, 2011, 09:24:53 AM »
Diversity in the links is key, in everything: anchor text, pages been linked, images, web 2.0, directories, etc. Make it look natural. Don't rush; set a pace.

At the beggining try using free services.

I use a FREE service for bookmarking where you can build 25 backlinks every day from differents bookmarking sources. I would give you the link which is a REFERRAL link, not an affiliate link, meaning I do not get paid, because it is FREE.

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I hope this help you.
« Last Edit: June 29, 2011, 09:59:34 AM by Meg »

Re: link building
« Reply #6 on: July 11, 2011, 12:11:59 PM »
thanks a lot guys ill have a look at these and carry out some suggestions, cheers

Re: link building
« Reply #7 on: July 21, 2011, 07:00:00 PM »
There's an easy way to find solid blog commenting opportunities:

"Keyword" in Google search, then simply use their "Discussions" and "Blogs" feature in the sidebar.  Alternatively you could use these search parameters:

keywords guest writer
keywords guest blog post writer
keywords submit content
keywords submit article
keywords submit post
keywords submit blog post
keywords add article
keywords add blog post
keywords add content
keywords guest blogger wanted

Finally, two other opportunities are to use Ann Smarty's "My Blog Guest" since it allows you to easily find guest posting opportunities, and the "SoloSEO" link search tool (soloseo.com/tools/linkSearch.html).  All that does is allows you to find these sorts of opportunities easily by turning up a bunch of search queries you can then input into Google.

But it's easy (last tip) if you simply use the "Advanced Search" options at Google (look for those words by the search bar) and input what you're looking for into the form.  Really simple.  Hope it helps.

I've found article submission with TBS-spun articles still kills it, though.  Blog commenting is fine (look for commentluv or keywordluv blogs), especially if you find the "sitewide" links like "top commentator" and "recent comments" etc. - but mashing articles out still does the trick in spades.

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Re: link building
« Reply #8 on: July 21, 2011, 07:19:04 PM »
There's an easy way to find solid blog commenting opportunities: "Keyword" in Google search, then simply use their "Discussions" and "Blogs" feature in the sidebar.  Alternatively you could use these search parameters: keywords guest writer-keywords guest blog post writer-keywords submit content-keywords submit article-keywords submit post-keywords submit blog post-keywords add article-keywords add blog post-keywords add content-keywords guest blogger wanted.   Finally, two other opportunities are to use Ann Smarty's "My Blog Guest" since it allows you to easily find guest posting opportunities, and the "SoloSEO" link search tool (soloseo.com/tools/linkSearch.html).  All that does is allows you to find these sorts of opportunities easily by turning up a bunch of search queries you can then input into Google., ETC

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Re: link building
« Reply #9 on: July 25, 2011, 11:56:22 PM »
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use Ann Smarty's "My Blog Guest" since it allows you to easily find guest posting opportunities

I joined up with "My Blog Guest" about a week ago - its free and its great! I haven't posted any articles there because I haven't had the time to produce the level of quality required as I would rather spend time spinning  ;D. But I have received a bunch of high quality articles from writers there to go on a few of my blogs.

Re: link building
« Reply #10 on: August 08, 2011, 06:15:55 AM »
I like the my guest blog thing, that sounds promising.
For finding blog commenting opportunities with dofollow links also have a look in my sig ;-)

Mike

Re: link building
« Reply #11 on: August 08, 2011, 11:48:09 PM »
Link building is off page techniques of seo where the site get traffic in the search engine and you can also make good visibility in that.you can also get good position from the link building.If you target your link to the good position sites then you have get strong back link.

Re: link building
« Reply #12 on: August 09, 2011, 10:32:35 PM »
Link building is one of the SEO solutions that help in providing high search engine page ranking and improved visibility to a website. For any professional web developer, link building forms the backbone of SEO operations that helps in bringing quality web traffic to your website. Link building is an efficient way of enhancing the popularity of a website.

While going for a professional link building service, make sure you take the quality services of web developer that ensures you get the facility of quality web content and business centric write ups that are backed by one way back links. To ensure smooth web traffic and online sales, make sure you avail quality content management solution that gives your website a professional look and makes it user friendly.


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Re: link building
« Reply #13 on: December 09, 2011, 08:33:54 PM »
There's an easy way to find solid blog commenting opportunities: "Keyword" in Google search, then simply use their "Discussions" and "Blogs" feature in the sidebar.  Alternatively you could use these search parameters: keywords guest writer-keywords guest blog post writer-keywords submit content-keywords submit article-keywords submit post-keywords submit blog post-keywords add article-keywords add blog post-keywords add content-keywords guest blogger wanted.   Finally, two other opportunities are to use Ann Smarty's "My Blog Guest" since it allows you to easily find guest posting opportunities, and the "SoloSEO" link search tool (soloseo.com/tools/linkSearch.html).  All that does is allows you to find these sorts of opportunities easily by turning up a bunch of search queries you can then input into Google., ETC

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Re: link building
« Reply #14 on: December 09, 2011, 11:12:21 PM »
There's an easy way to find solid blog commenting opportunities: "Keyword" in Google search, then simply use their "Discussions" and "Blogs" feature in the sidebar.  Alternatively you could use these search parameters: keywords guest writer-keywords guest blog post writer-keywords submit content-keywords submit article-keywords submit post-keywords submit blog post-keywords add article-keywords add blog post-keywords add content-keywords guest blogger wanted.   Finally, two other opportunities are to use Ann Smarty's "My Blog Guest" since it allows you to easily find guest posting opportunities, and the "SoloSEO" link search tool (soloseo.com/tools/linkSearch.html).  All that does is allows you to find these sorts of opportunities easily by turning up a bunch of search queries you can then input into Google., ETC
Boy James,
You are gonna be nice to have around..... Love your post's!!!  HoneyJo

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