High PageRank Inbound Links… Secret Revealed!
Gaining Inbound Links Through Blogs and Forums!
Participating in online communities such as blogs is an effective strategy for building Inbound Links to boost your PageRank, and increase traffic to your website. Blogs allow you to provide comments and feedback on each blog entry posted by the author of the blog.
When you leave comments on blogs, make sure the weblogs are as closely related to the theme of your web site as possible. You can find these blogs by searching for a keyword related to your site in a blog directory such as BlogSearch.Google.com or BlogCatalog.com.
Acquiring inbound links through blog participation works especially well to achieve rankings in the Yahoo and Bing search engines, but is not as effective a strategy to use for Google. This is due to most blogs attaching by default, the nofollow attribute to links in blog comments.
This nofollow tag is supposed to prevent the search engines from following and taking into account the back link in their ranking algorithm. Google appears to follow this rule more strictly than the Yahoo and Bing search engines.
My Secret Revealed About Inbound Links!
As my headline states, here is a “Secret Revealed”… directly below is an awesome code that not too many people know about, and you can implement into Google.com or Yahoo.com to narrow your blog search with ease.
site:.com inurl:blog “post a comment” -”you must be logged in” “Add Keywords”
The code above is designed to locate blogs that allow for commenting. Copy then paste the code into the Google or Yahoo Search box, change the words Add Keywords, with the keyword or keyword phrase you would like to search for (typing your keywords related to your site ensures that the blogs you comment on will be at least somewhat related to your site).
You can also change the “.com ” to .gov, .org, .edu, etc. to search for blogs with those extensions. Once you receive the results page, the first step is to sort your results based on PageRank.
In order to see the PageRank for your search results, you will need to download the SEO Quake ‘Firefox’ Toolbar extension.
If you don’t use Firefox as your web browser, then maybe now is the time to make a change, because this code is more than worth its weight in gold, and the Firefox Toolbar extension compliments the code. This SEOQuake Toolbar extension will also be beneficial for much more down the road with your SEO.
Here is the Firefox SEO Quake extension: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/3036/
When you have reached the search results page, click on the “Request Parameters” button, then click on the small “down arrow” next to the “PR” in the top “Sort” column as shown below, which will sort the results by PageRank (sometimes I have needed to click on the up arrow first, then the down arrow to sort the results).
QUICK TIP: If your search returns zero results, broaden your keyword phrase a bit (i.e. go from “dog walking” to “dog”).
SIDE NOTE: PageRank is not as vital with .edu and .gov sites because they already carry so much authority. Don’t worry if you don’t find too many of these sites that you can comment on… a link is a link, and a link from a PageRank of 1 is still better than no link at all.
If you don’t find any relevant sites on page 1 of the search results, check out page 2 and page 3. Often times you’ll find just as many high PR sites on page 3 as on page 1 of the search results.
If you do a little digging, you should easily be able to locate a handful of relevant sites that allow commenting and are worth posting to.
Closing Comments About Inbound Links!
Considering what the importance of inbound links are for your rankings and increased traffic to your site, you can also increase the amount of backlinks to your site by leaving comments on forums. You can use the same code from above that you used for blogs, just change the word “blog” to “forum” or “forums”, next to the ‘inurl:’.
Another method for locating forums would be to use the Search box in Google, Yahoo, etc. Type in the Search box the keyword or keyword phrase related to your site, then add the word “forums” after your keywords.
Don’t waste your time submitting posts to blogs or forums that are unrelated to the content on your site. Acquiring links through blog and forum participation works well to increase your rankings in all the major search engines as well as increase your website traffic from the blogs and forums themselves.
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John Engle, known as ‘The Blog Optimizer’, is a Search Engine Optimization Blogging Specialist Taking SEO by Storm! He Specializes in Keyword Research and On Page Optimization. If You are a Busy Entrepreneur that Would Rather Concentrate on What You Do Best, Leave the Keyword Research and Optimization to an SEO Specialist, Hire John as Your SEO Blog Post, On Page Optimizing Specialist.