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anchor text tricks for comments

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by kokoeslamkoko, Jan 27, 2010.

  1. kokoeslamkoko

    kokoeslamkoko BANNED BANNED

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    hi BH
    I want some one to tell me the tricks of the anchor text
    like making the text invisible by making the color as the same of background

    waiting your replays
    thx :)
     
  2. ladansenoire

    ladansenoire Newbie

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    That is an old BH technique,I don't really see the value in doing it anymore, because nowadays you want lots of links from different sources so no need to hide.

    The trick is to be able to get lots of links, and make your anchor text your keywords, or similar variations.
     
  3. kallen

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    Whats the point of that, the only time you have to worry about it is if the comments are moderated and if thats the case putting a bunch of html in there is going to throw up even more red flags. The best way to get your anchors is to make them flow naturally with your comment, or have your username be the anchor text and then you don't have any html in your comment at all... Make your comment as relative to the content of the page as possible and you are in like flynn as long as its not an autoblog, or some other marketers blog (which is at least 50% of the time). I use scrapebox to mass comment, and then I do hand commenting with PR Backlink Generator (in the dl section here) to only high PR blogs in my niche and I actually write SOMETHING very specific about whats on the page so the mod knows its not a robot that did it.. wether its the blog post, or the site itself...

    Something Like this:

    "I love the way you used the brown color as your background and the green in your header, it really makes your site look nice. Makes me think I need to do some better design work on my <ahref="http://www.myshittyforexsite.biz">Forex Trading</a> site. Do you mind if I steal your color pallet, cuz it really looks nice?"

    or, if it was easy to think of something about the actual blog post its even better. Say the blog post was about Knitting some booties for a baby, or something you can just say something like

    "Oh those booties are so cute. I wish I could make booties, I have a hard enough time making <ahref="http://www.myshittybabystuffsite.com">Baby blankets</a>. Can you recommend a good book I could read to learn your techniques?

    Here, you have now stroked their ego, made it relevant, and planted a natural sounding anchor.

    Those are my tips...

    Have fun yall
     
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  4. mightybh

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    You do know that your name acts as an anchor text right? Why even bother adding a link to the actual comment? I personally don't fall for the tricks kallen mentioned and delete all comments containing links. I'm sure other bloggers do the same. The ones that moderate each comment manually anyway.

    Leave a decent comment and add your keyword to your name to make it look like it's your second name. For example if my keyword was "house" I would comment under Dan House. If it's "acai" then comment under Acai Williams. Even the strictest bloggers will usually let you off with that. There are a lot of people out there with some strange names.
     
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  5. BigBuddy

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    better search for auto approved blog and leave your link there.
     
  6. zapprentice

    zapprentice Registered Member

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    This doesn't really sound like white hat. You probably want to try somewhere else.
     
  7. SSL9000J

    SSL9000J Regular Member

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    There's a nice lil' trick about using thses things -> :) as links. I think it was posted here under something like "Why So Serious Method." If I come across it, so to speak, I'll post the link.

    Oh yeah, definitely not white hat, this. Make of it what you will.
     
  8. nothingnothing

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    I think "why so serious" was all about posting your links hidden under smileys (no anchor text) as as I remember.
     
  9. mightybh

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    Alt tags act as an anchor when it comes to smily links.
     
  10. nothingnothing

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    Here is the "why so serious" thread

    Code:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo/25639-nick-flames-why-so-serious-backlink-trick.html
     
  11. SSL9000J

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    Ya beat me to it! :p Thanks for finding the post.