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Building ******** Backlinks with Disqus comments

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by UnDerDoG81, Nov 30, 2009.

  1. UnDerDoG81

    UnDerDoG81 Regular Member

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    Hi guys,

    I don´t know if you guys already know this method. I was not sure to share this method to build some good ******** backlinks. But you guys are great and I learned a lot from BHW so I will share this method with you that I find out. I hope this ain´t get too public...

    I started to build some backlinks on pages with disqus comment plugin. But I´ve seen that these backlinks are NoFollow... So I tried the html ******** method and it worked.

    First you got to search for some disqus supported pages. Write down in the google search bar

    your keyword "blog comments powered by Disqus"

    If you activate the SEOquake plugin on firefox, you will found some really good PR4-PR7 sites...

    Now if you go to the page that you selected, you write down your comment and use

    <a rel="********" href="hxxp://www.yourdomain">your keyword</a>

    So you get a ******** comment. I always post as guest, thats better I think...

    But mostly that comment must be get appeared from the webmaster but If your post isn´t too spammy, your comment will get appeared (I hope appeared is the right word? My english isn´t the best)

    I hope that helped you a little to build some backlinks... If this method is crap, then tell me this... because I´m no expert in SEO
     
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  2. youngguy

    youngguy Senior Member

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    wordpress will overwrite rel="nofollow" ;) it won't work
     
  3. UnDerDoG81

    UnDerDoG81 Regular Member

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    But when I check my comments with the NoDoFollow plugin, they are ********
     
  4. youngguy

    youngguy Senior Member

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    ah you mean disqus comment plugin? Sorry I didn't know that. I will check it out! Thanks :)
     
  5. UnDerDoG81

    UnDerDoG81 Regular Member

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    Yes exactly...

    EDIT: And now in red :D
     
  6. mikey29

    mikey29 Junior Member

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    I keep getting this error when I try to put it on the name field or are you talking about the blog comments

    Ensure this value has at most 30 characters (it has 96).
     
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  7. UnDerDoG81

    UnDerDoG81 Regular Member

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    Not in the name field. You put the link in the comment field.
     
  8. overman86

    overman86 Registered Member

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    They show up as no-follow for me =[
     
  9. BigFatWallet

    BigFatWallet Power Member

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    Yes, because they are "nofollow" :D
     
  10. sotis2006

    sotis2006 Newbie

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    i don`t really understand the tutorial
    usually I post like guest and my url is on my name ...ok?
    now what are the ************comments?
    and especially the rel=**************** ?do to the method without understanding it
    if you have time please help me understanding this method~!
     
  11. moonswamp

    moonswamp Regular Member

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    disqus is js file??? Google count these links???
     
  12. Gozpy

    Gozpy Regular Member

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    That only goes for the older sites which haven't yet either turned the nofollow attribute on or updated to a newer version. Most Disqus blogs are nofollow today. They might seem to be d-o-f-o-l-l-o-w with the firefox plugin, because they load VERY slowly (and you may hit a timeout).