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Gathering BackLinks

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by phuningenji, May 30, 2009.

  1. phuningenji

    phuningenji Junior Member

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    Well, I'm gathering backlinks through blog commenting. But I'm wondering, does it matter if the blogs aren't related to your niche? Lets say that I'm in the Movie niche and I'm commenting on blogs about uhhh SEO Blogging and Technology. Would those links not help me at all, even if they are PR2 and PR3 blogs?
     
  2. the_punisher

    the_punisher Power Member

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    yes.. a link is a link.. if the blog is ********, then you will definitely get the benefit from it.

    the method i explained here had nothing to do with relevancy.. i commented on almost any blog i could find and finally got a number 1 ranking..

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/white-hat-seo/61179-how-rank-high-msn-method-explained.html

    if you have any questions regarding it you can ask in that thread
     
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  3. diamonddollars8

    diamonddollars8 Registered Member

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    i agree - a link is a link. if you find a high pr blog that you can leave a link on (even if it isn't related) drop the link - your pr value will increase.

    one thing i'd recommend - spread your linking activity around - don't just do blog commenting - do some social bookmarking, get some web 2.0 links - mix it up
     
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  4. chibobski84

    chibobski84 Registered Member

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    you can use socializer and onlywire to speed up using social bookmarking.
     
  5. Micallef

    Micallef Supreme Member

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    I asked this question in another thread.

    With regard to Google, contextual relevancy has a great deal to do with the long term efficacy of any linking campaign. This is especially true if you're trying to rank for something competitive. Google uses a popular mathematical model to assess semantic relevancy. It is automated

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/black-hat-seo/85171-site-relevancy-backlink-building.html

    That said, I still hit any high PR non-moderated ******** I find no matter what the topic is. Links on-niche may be 5 times more powerful, but they're also 50 times harder to get quickly
     
  6. Xyon81

    Xyon81 Regular Member

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    pretty much a link is a link, im not sure if google regards comment links are more spammy especially in high volumes though
     
  7. Alex Brooks

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    If you just want backlinks, it doesn't matter, although I've found I get 2-4 hits per comment and if they are in a related niche, they usually stay on my blog/website for a longer period of time and read more content instead of just going on, looking, reading two lines then closing the page, but if your building backlinks, it doesn't matter.