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Building HIGH PR backlinks

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by gimlop, Nov 13, 2014.

  1. gimlop

    gimlop Regular Member

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    Hey guys
    I have a list of nearly 100 blogs , AA, all high PR. When i comment there with my website link as an anchor text, PR of actual page is high, will it make me good HIGH pr backlink? Or it wont make a difference when it is only a comment?
    Yea i know pretty nooby question, but i am just asking :)
     
  2. JasonS

    JasonS Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I'd suggest you to use actual name in the Name field and post extremely relevant comment related to the posts. By default the wordpress name, url fields are nofollow. So, it'll not pass any link juice. But still its good for SEO point of view. As, mixture of dof0ll0w and nofollow looks more natural. I also use this technique but just for sake of targeted traffic.
     
  3. gimlop

    gimlop Regular Member

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    Thanks, by the way a found this link building pyramid somewhere its about 301 redirects.
    You will buy 4 domains, you will shorten 1 domain using bit ly, redirect other 3 domains to this bit.ly link, and redirect the first domain(the shortened one) to your money site. And then you will blast the 3 domains pointing to the bit.ly . Do you think that would work? There was something that bit.ly will act like a filter and let pass the good link juice only. Whats your opinion please?
     
  4. SEO Power

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    If it's not nofollow. It won't be as good as a contextual link though.

    Try it. If it works, fine. If it doesn't, fine too.