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How to build live html links in blog comments and forums?

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by Derpinard, Jun 4, 2014.

  1. Derpinard

    Derpinard Registered Member

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    Hello,

    I've been asked recently by one of my customers to build a handful of manual backlinks to one of his sites. However, as many of you may know, most blogs and sites would only allow textual links in the comments and posts. Now, I really haven't done much spamming in the past so maybe one of you could tell me if there's a way to post live html links in blog comments? I would be much obliged.

    Alternatively, I would welcome any suggestion on finding places where posting live links is permitted.

    Kindest thanks,

    Derpinard.
     
  2. lucasbraydon

    lucasbraydon Supreme Member

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    Buy some blog posts from the marketplace.
     
  3. Derpinard

    Derpinard Registered Member

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    Oh, thanks for the reply but it's not about that. I feel I should explain a bit further: I work as a freelance translator and one of my clients has asked me to build some backlinks to his website from blogs/forums in the same specific niche (I doubt anyone on BHW works in that niche). Plus, all of the links must appear on websites in a specific language (not english).

    So, is there a way to bypass html off restriction in forums and blog comments ?
     
  4. jhonhenry4321

    jhonhenry4321 Newbie

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    you should buy web 2.0 links these are perfect for your requirment :)