By now you will have realised that getting a good amount of backlinks from other web sites is key to increasing your own web sites rankings.
One great way is getting backlinks from blogs that “dofollow”, specifically .edu and .gov blogs.
The basics are simple and this is what you will do:
- Find blog posts with high PR
- Make sure they are dofollow
- Write a comment
So how to find those blogs with a decent page rank? Well, you will need four free tools.
- Firefox (http://www.mozilla-europe.org/en/firefox/)
- SEOQuake (a free plugin for firefox. see http://ff.seoquake.com/)
- SearchStatus (a free plugin for firefox. see http://www.quirk.biz/download-searchstatus)
Now install firefox if you dont have it already, add the seoquake and SearchStatus plugins and you are ready to go. All you do now is browse to google.com.
Once at google you need to type the following into the search bar.
site:.edu inurl:blog “post a comment”
Once the results are displayed, just use seoquake to sort the results based on PR with the highest PR sites first and work your way down.
Click through to the blog and make sure its a dofollow blog by activating SearchStatus which will highlight any nofollow links. If you see any nofollow links highlighted on the page, then the blog not worth your time.
If the blog is actually a dofollow, then perfect, you should comment on them. Dont spam the post, keep it relevant and add value. Take a few seconds at least to read what the topic is put a decent response.
To speed things up, use the Auto Fill feature in firefox to fill in the name, email and web site address fields.