As an SEO practitioner, I would like to share some link building tactics. For non-SEO’rs, I apologize for the technicalities. I made it super simple for you to understand though. For those who know search engine optimization, then this is for you. If you came here for the answer(s) on how to create free dofollow links, then congratulations! Because in this post, I will walk you through making these free powerful links. Imagine, building dofollow backlinks from PR1 to 6 sites!
I have kept this strategy as a secret for too long now, and I think it’s time to share it with you. It is proven effective and efficient if you’re adding up some dofollow links to your link profile. This strategy is creating dofollow links through blog commenting and trackbacks via blogs with SquareSpace platforms.
If you are a devotedly serious white hat SEO’er or simply want clean links and don’t want your website hit by any Google update, then you might want to build links of this type. Also, if you want free stuff instead of buying gigs off Fiverr and SEOClerks. Every SEO professionals have their own strategies, and I did not write this for you to religiously apply or follow. Please keep in mind that each and every website that you are trying to rank for should be treated differently with discretion.
One thing I beg of you. Please use this strategy in moderation. Let us not spam these websites to death, or they will be forced to close the doors. The saying “too much of anything is bad” is a fact so please be professional enough in using this strategy. Keep everything in moderation.
Dofollow Blog Commenting Links
Link building through blog commenting is pretty simple. It is probably the most basic type of link building. I suppose not all of you are advanced SEO’ers. So here’s a brief description of the two types of backlinks – (1) dofollow which boosts SEO performance and (2) nofollow which generates targeted and referral traffic. There are endless debates about their effects on search engine optimization, which one is better, etc… but we’re not going to discuss that. In my opinion and experiences, these two are important to make a link profile look natural and thus boost the target website’s search ability in the SERPs.
Okay, let’s do it! This is fun and easy because the rate of approval is 90% even if your comment is generic! Why? Because most of them are in auto approve mode. However, always make sure your comment is related to the post’s topic for better results.
Use the following search parameters:
*KeyWord inurl:blog “powered by squarespace”
*KeyWord “powered by squarespace”
*Replace KeyWord with your desired keywords.
Creating Dofollow Trackbacks or References
This method is the same as the first one. In my opinion, this one is better as you can input your desired anchor text. Don’t forget to mix up and vary your anchor texts to avoid getting Penguinized!
USE THE FOLLOWING SEARCH PARAMETERS:
KeyWord inurl:blog “My response is on my own website”
KeyWord “My response is on my own website”
*Replace KeyWord with your desired keywords
You will find the same exact form to add a comment. Then click the “My response is on my own website” link.
What you need to fill out:
- Article Title – the anchor text
- Article URL – the link
- Site Name – the websites name
- Site URL – it’s optional but I always put the homepage
- Author Name – any name would do
Hit create reference and voila! You’re done! Here’s a sample of what I did. This is a dofollow backlink with my desired anchor text. This is a PR5 website and the link is in an SEO related post. It will pass a good amount of link juice back to this post.
You can also use these strategies to strengthen your other backlinks, especially, those of high quality like guest posts, press releases, etc. I think that’s all for now and I hope this post has helped you in some ways. If you have other questions, please use the contact form and shoot me an email. Comments are appreciated and please don’t forget to share!