Posts Tagged ‘Link Building’

Building Links through Blog Comments

Written by Julia on April 5th, 2012. Posted in Articles

Relevance and Link Popularity are two main things we take into account when building links to our website. This means that we are looking for web pages that are relevant to the theme of our site and have high link popularity. Where is the best place to find those pages? Social Networks.

How to Build Backlinks to Your Site with Fast Blog Finder

Written by Julia on October 15th, 2011. Posted in

How to Build Backlinks to Your Site with Fast Blog Finder

Before you watch this video tutorial and start submitting your blog comments, read these quick tips:

  • When you submit a comment on other people's blog, you are usually asked to provide your name, email address, URL and comment text itself. You can use your keyword anchor text as your name. When your comment is posted, your URL becomes attached to your keywords.
  • Don't post 2 word crap like "great post", rather try to contribute to what the initial post was about. Post a comment only if you have something of value to add to the discussion and not just to get links. Your comment will be pending for approval and blog owners are much more likely to approve your comment if it is relevant. Remember, the only cost of your new backlink is a comment. So, take a few moments to write a meaningful comment.
  • After the comment is submitted, add a short user note for the blog something like "Posted" or "Awaiting moderation". And some time later use the "Check My Comments" option to check whether your comment was approved or not.
  • If you liked the blog you commented on, do not forget to submit it to social media sites using Share It button. This will give more exposure to the blog posts that you have commented on and increase traffic to them. Some of the traffic will trickle down to you, making your comment more impactful.

How to Get the Most Relevant Blogs with Fast Blog Finder

Written by Julia on September 19th, 2011. Posted in

How to Get the Most Relevant Blogs with Fast Blog Finder

 

Links don't just improve your position in the search engines. They also provide another way for people visiting other sites to find you, thus increasing referring traffic.

It's better to have one good link than a hundred bad links. A good link is a link that brings you traffic. These links are from relevant pages that are related to your website with links coming back to your website and are some of the strongest links you can obtain.

Link relevancy is certainly a factor to bear in mind. If you obtain links with the correct anchor text from relevant sites within your industry, the link will provide a great deal of benefit in helping you increase your own rankings which means more traffic to your website, more visitors, and more sales.

Here are 3 quick tips you can follow to get the most relevant blogs to your keywords in Fast Blog Finder:

  • Set 5 pages to fetch from search engines in Fast Blog Finder Settings.
  • Put your search phrase in quotes.
  • Select the "Top 10, 20 or 50 Results" from the Start menu.

Blog Commenting Ideas: Think Outside of the Box

Written by Julia on August 12th, 2011. Posted in Articles

You know a good link building is sometimes just a good marketing. Success of a link building campaign often depends on your creativity, quick wit, ability to think outside the box and search for new link building ideas.

Blog commenting is a great link building method and can give you a lot of links and targeted human traffic if your comments are valuable and informative. One of the ways to build links by leaving good comments is helping people who are seeking for a solution.

Fast Blog Finder

Written by Julia on August 4th, 2011. Posted in

“The Quickest…Easiest… and Most Precious Way
to Get Massive Direct Traffic and Do-Follow Back Links
to ANY Site of Your Choice – 100% Guaranteed!”

 

blog commenting software Introducing G-Lock Blog Finder – it’s the most complete software solution guaranteed to locate the blogs you want, in any niche, fast. It helps SEO firms and individuals compile a list of blogs you can leave comments on and build a ton of backlinks instantly!

You cannot create a wonderful site and pray that visitors (and earnings) flow like water. How will people know about your site? The answer is quite simple:

You need links from themed [aka niche-related] websites!

A related link is worth more weight than links coming from a non-related site. There are several ways to create backlinks to your website: social bookmarking, pay per click, adding the website URL to web directories, submitting articles to article directories.

Another FREE way to get backlinks is commenting on blogs and including the URL of your site. All you need to do is to leave a comment on related blogs and include some anchored text linking back to your site. The other advantage is that some of the pages that you comment on have high PageRank!

With that said, we’ve come up with G-Lock Blog Finder, amazing piece of software which enables you to search and identify the blogs according to the keyword you enter with just a few mouse clicks.

 

 

Here is what this 7-year SEO consultant says about our software…

I’ve been working as a self-employed online marketing and SEO consultant in Vienna for more than seven years. During this time, I’ve tried a lot of SEO software, but no other program delivers such enormous value for money as Blog Finder does: during the last couple of months, it saved me tons of time and what’s even more important: this is only SEO software I know which works great if you have to promote pages in different languages.

— Ritchie Pettauer
blog.datenschmutz.net

Read what other users say about Fast Blog Finder here

There’s no better way to find themed blogs and submit comments to them with our little tool. G-Lock  Blog Finder returns blogs on WordPress, Drupal, Nucleus, and B2evolution platforms.

When you start using G-Lock Blog Finder, you’ll get high ranking websites linking back to your websites quicker and easier than before – without spending a single dime on advertising or promotion!

Watch this video to learn about the new features added in the latest version of G-Lock Blog Finder and how you can use them to your advantage.

 

 

Here are just a few of the cool things you can do with our backlink building software once you put your hands on it:

  • get the most relevant blogs for your keywords by limiting the program to the top 10, 20 or 50 results from the search engine — this means you can dramatically increase search engines and targeted human traffic to your web site after your comment is approved
  • post comments on the blogs directly from the program — big time saver!
  • determine the blog type [DoFollow, NoFollow, MIXED] — you get more link juice by posting comments on DoFollow blogs. We found through extensive research and testing that none of our competitors offer the same accuracy on determining DoFollow blogs as G-Lock Blog Find does. G-Lock Blog Finder determines DoFollow blogs with 99% accuracy because it analyzes links in the comment area to determine the blog type unlike other similar tools which checks all the links on the page.
  • determine the domain PageRank and page PageRank of found blogs — you can post comments on blogs with a higher PR to get more precious links and boost your natural search engine rankings
  • auto-fill the comment form using the desired user profile — no need to manually type your name, website URL and email! Just select the profile from the menu to pre-fill the form.
  • get tips from Article Builder and use them as the basis for your comments — you save your time for comment writing!
  • check blogs for approved comments — within seconds you will know whether your comment is approved or not!
  • skip duplicate posts between search queries — you avoid posting the comment for the same post twice or more times which means you don’t act as a blog spammer in the eyes of the blog owner and have more chances to get your comment approved
  • skip duplicate domains — you get only unique results during one search.
  • skip posts where you must login or register to submit a comment — great time-saver if you don’t want to create an account on the blog
  • load your own lists of blogs — if you obtained blogs somewhere outside of the program, you can load them into G-Lock Blog Finder, determine their types and comment on best blogs.
  • use your custom footprints for search — you don’t limit yourself to blogs only! Using your custom footprints you can find ANY sites on ANY platform and use any backlinking opportunity you can think of.
  • submit the pages with your comments to social media sites — for extra traffic!
  • add domains to the blacklist — you automatically filter junk blogs and exclude them from search results

Follow these simple steps to build backlinks with G-Lock Blog Finder, quicker and easier than before:

  • type the keywords or a keyword phrase that you want to find blogs for and click “Start”.
  • when the search is complete, click on an URL. The page opens directly in G-Lock Blog Finder preview panel.
  • read the post,  write your comment and click “Submit”.
  • open the next blog and submit the next comment, etc.

To save your time, you can open multiple pages in different tabs. Hold down CTRL on the keyboard and click on the URLs. When you finished writing the comment on the first post, the next one is already loaded and waiting for you.

Use this tool without “tricking” the blog owners!

G-Lock Blog Finder is 100% Spam-free, search engine friendly blog commenting software. It does not make automated comments on blogs and we believe such tools should be never sold or promoted.

Because most blog owners moderate the comments to prevent SPAM we suggest you avoid personal or affiliate links in your blog commenting activities. Your comment will end up being deleted. Leave a meaningful comment only after reading the blog post.

What does “nofollow” tag mean and why should you care?

Likewise email spam, blog spamming became a serious problem. To protect from blog spamming, many webmasters implement a “nofollow” link tag. It is supposed to provide webmasters with the opportunity to add a link to their website without leaking PageRank to the page they are linking to. So, even though you can enter your website URL when you leave comments, it won’t be considered as a backlink.

But it doesn’t mean at all that you should not post a comment on a blog with a “nofollow” tag. Although such a blog page doesn’t leak you PR, you can still benefit from gaining a lot more traffic. A “nofollow” tag doesn’t prevent search engine spiders from visiting your link and the blog readers can also follow your link if they find your comment useful.

Link Value: Are All Incoming Links Equal? Part I

Written by Julia on July 18th, 2011. Posted in Articles

The key factor in achieving top positions in search engines is link popularity. The more sites are pointing to your website, the better. Any link you obtain has some impact on your search engine rankings.

Not all the links you build are equal. In this article I talked about the types of links you should avoid in order not to spoil your search engine rankings.

Now I’d like to speak about quality links to help you clearly understand what you should focus your efforts on.

Building Links is Like Shaving: If You Don’t Do It Every Day You Look Like a Bum

Written by marisp on June 28th, 2011. Posted in Articles

This is a guest post by Terry Mickelson founder of Page Views, Inc.

For years, you have probably had a daily routine for shaving. But have you developed a system of building links?

No one pops out of bed each morning and races to the sink to shave. It is a tedious and potentially dangerous daily necessity. But without a daily shave, our appearance begins to get a little shabby. Linking is the same way.

Top 5 Reasons to Start Guest Blogging

Written by Julia on April 21st, 2011. Posted in Articles

You've got a blog or website, added many quality posts to it and yet you find that your site is not as popular as you would want it to be. Quality content is surely important but it isn’t enough to increase your readers. People need to know that your blog exists. So, you need to promote your blog.

Shady Link Building Methods You Should Avoid

Written by Julia on April 15th, 2011. Posted in Articles

Building links is one of the important components of search engine optimization. Many marketers consider link building as a way to improve their websites ranking and drive traffic. There are many link building tactics out there. Some of them are aimed at building natural looking links that would produce long-term results. Other practices teach how to build many links in the shortest time and with fewer efforts. But such links can hurt a website in prospect.

When it comes to link building, not every link is counted as a vote for the website. Although the search engine is not a human, it uses the algorithm to discern good and bad backlinks. The search engine evaluates the websites links are coming from, anchor text, quantity of links appearing within a period of time and some other factors. If there is any doubt, the search engine can consider the links as spammy and lower the website in ranking.

So, whether you are just starting your link building campaign, or looking for new link building methods you've never used before, here is a good list of things Not To Do while optimizing your website:

How You Can Double Your Link Building Efforts

Written by Julia on March 26th, 2011. Posted in Articles

Blog commenting is becoming more and more popular as one of link building tactics. The comment author receives an extra link to his website or blog that favours the website exposure. And the blog owners are always happy to receive good comments – it's important for them to keep a lively interest to their posts.

Of course, a "DoFollow" backlink is a great reward for a valuable comment because it helps improve the search engine position. But the comment allows a reader have only one backlink and this link may have the commentator's name or nickname as the anchor text that doesn't mean much for search engines. 

So why not to reward the comment author with an extra link with more relevant keywords in the anchor text? This is an excellent way to promote the readers' websites and this can be done automatically with the use of a particular plug-in!