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[GUIDE] Finding Backlinks Places Is Too Easy !

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kokoloko75, Mar 26, 2011.

  1. kokoloko75

    kokoloko75 Elite Member

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    Hello everybody,

    A few times ago, when I became interested in internet marketing and implement my first autoblog, I found an easy and efficient method to find good backlinks places.
    I don't know if this method is known or not, but for me when I had used, it was very effective.

    Imagine, my autoblog niche is : hip-hop
    Then, I'll look for blogs and autoblogs already existing on this same niche (via Flippa, ...), if possible quality and high PR.
    For example I found this one (PR4) : hxxp://www.hiphoprx.com

    Ok, now I just have to analyze backlinks from this website.
    To do that, I'll use free online tools. Google search : http://www.google.fr/search?ie=UTF-8&q=check+backlinks

    For this example I'll use this one : hxxp://www.backlinkcheck.com (Free Trial)
    Fill form and click ! Bingo !

    Among the links found, there are : article directories, directories, blogs Do/NoFollow, ...
    I don't think it's effective to publish her backlinks at the same location as the blog competitor (maybe yes), but rather to analyze this website and find others.

    Do not dream, this method will not allow you to beat a competitor too high ranked (as in example above), but it's always a good practice to review her links building land...

    You can also use functions like "links:" by Google, Yahoo, ...
    There are several thread about it on BHW.

    Good luck ! :cool:

    Beny

    PS : I don't have stock options in Hiphoprx or Backlinkcheck. Don't visit and use others, I don't care.
     
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    IntensE Power Member

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    or just use scrapebox...
     
  3. kokoloko75

    kokoloko75 Elite Member

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    Hehe, yes I use it. But a few times ago, I didn't have Scrapebox...
    Using a tool that does all the work is good, but knowing what's going on behind, it's better.

    Beny
     
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  4. jerzydawg

    jerzydawg Supreme Member

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    Its a "some what" good method but the best method is to build better and higher quality backlinks than your competitors.
     
  5. kokoloko75

    kokoloko75 Elite Member

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    Of course !
    As mentioned above, it's mainly to do an analysis before jumping.
    I found this useful to see where you are, the work done by the competitor, ...

    Beny
     
  6. chungy9015

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    ScrapeBox is your best buddy! If you do not have money. Then in BHW there is free list scraped by member.

    Using your method is probably the last technique to use. But for non ScrapeBox or BH user, it is a great finding.

    But I still give you credit for sharing good knowledge.

    Chungy
     
  7. kokoloko75

    kokoloko75 Elite Member

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    Thank you !
    Yes, since fews months I use ScrapeBox but, in my opinion, SB jumps some steps that I like to see.
    This method is for beginners. When we understood how it works, much using automated tools and more complete.

    Anyway, thanks for starting the discussion.

    Beny