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Get THOUSANDS of Backlinks using Google Alerts.

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by CrazyEarner, Aug 18, 2011.

  1. CrazyEarner

    CrazyEarner Regular Member

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    This is a pretty old "trick" and a lot of you probably know about it. But if you don't here you go..

    The Google Alerts trick simply works like this:

    Anytime Google finds a new blog that's related to your keyword, it notifies you about it via email (or a feed)

    So what you can do is, take that list, load it in Scrapebox and check the PR of all of them. It shouldn't take very long at all. Then, just take the High PR blogs and take a minute to write a legitimate comment.

    Now you're getting High PR, relevant backlinks to your website. It'll really only take a handful of these backlinks for you to outrank a website with thousands and thousands of spammy links.

    Here's how to create a Google Alert

    1) Go here: http://www.google.com/alerts
    2) Type in your keyword.
    3) In "Type", select Blog (or Discussion but that'll give you a list of forums)
    4) Click "Create Alert"


    And you're done! Rinse and repeat and you'll be dominating your keyword.
     
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  2. elevenbangbang

    elevenbangbang Newbie

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    This is a pretty good technique but most of my results are NO FOLLOW.
     
  3. wonkxags

    wonkxags Newbie

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    yes, I agree
     
  4. seorp

    seorp Registered Member

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    you said it gives NEW blogs...then how they can be High PR blogs..
     
  5. CrazyEarner

    CrazyEarner Regular Member

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    The posts are new, yes. But if the domain has a high pr, it still might flow through.
     
  6. moooeeey

    moooeeey Junior Member

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    this is good to see what your competitors are up to also
     
  7. ksaris

    ksaris Junior Member

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    Thats agood one I have not heard b4.
    Questions: arent these going to be NEW blogs that do not have much if at all, PR to them. Unless of course the blog is started on an existing established domain that is... Whats ur take
     
  8. Niche

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    No just new posts containing your keyword on old blogs
     
  9. suave

    suave Regular Member

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    thank you for the tip I use google alerts and never even tough about something like these, for those that know isn't there a code you can add so you only get blogs that follow something like "- {nofollow}" can any one help?
    Regards
    Suave
     
  10. nandos

    nandos Junior Member

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    Surprised not many people know this, it's been around for ages. Nonetheless its a nice way of finding blogs and sites to comment on. But I'm not too sure if it's the best use of your time.
     
  11. edgematch

    edgematch Elite Member

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    Seems good but has got lots of drawbacks that will take an immense amount of your time.

    First of all, g never gives you a full list of blogs,

    second, in a day you may get 5 alerts from 5 different sites but sometimes it gets all the alerts from the same site.

    Third, all those sites are so reluctant to publish your comment and it is not certain that your comment will also be counted as a backlink.

    finally, You have to spend lots of time to get those unique URLs from all alerts and it is not an easy job.

    So much time consuming.
     
  12. SiLvi Street Rapper

    SiLvi Street Rapper Registered Member

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    nice technique thanks
     
  13. tommyt

    tommyt Newbie

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    This is a good way (nofollow or not) to round out a link profile in a non-spammy way. G follows nofollow regardless of what they say - they may discount them but they count. This is less for link juice and more about getting links from a relevent blog (on average). Also if your commenting to a new post on an estblished blog you might get some traffic, build your brand a bit. This is more of a whitehat take on this.

    Remember, sometimes ideas you find here can be used in other ways - be creative.
     
  14. Saarteyan

    Saarteyan BANNED BANNED

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    Does any one got success with this method?

    Will the sites get banned or Sandbox by Google if i used this?
    looking for the answer

    Thanks
    Saarteyan
     
  15. Tobi252

    Tobi252 Newbie

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    Very useful technique, thanks.
     
  16. stkmags

    stkmags Regular Member

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    now heres a technique that works....been doing this for ages...and seems fairly effective
     
  17. ksaris

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    Got my first alert, never heard of this till now thanks OP.
     
  18. tiagorossi

    tiagorossi Junior Member

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    also never heard about that, thanks
     
  19. arwen

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    new trick to try , will try on a testing domain of mine .
     
  20. bneitz

    bneitz Newbie

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    Heard of alerts but never thought of using it that way. Thanks.