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How to get backlinks from any high PR blog

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by nicepersonality, Jan 3, 2011.

  1. nicepersonality

    nicepersonality Newbie

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    Commenting on high PR blogs can get you some real backlink juice if done correctly.
    Some spam comments like the following:
    ?thanks a lot for your valuable sharing ,right from the beginning till end it was really very informative?
    Or: ?I cannot agree on everything you say in this article, but perhaps I missed some of the points you were trying to make??
    by the way this last comment if searched in google with quotes will return 1180 results.
    these kind of comments they may pass the moderation but google is starting to crack on them because they are just all over the place and you may not get any credit for it.
    This is the reason I choose to share my methods on commenting on any blog any subject like an expert on whatever conversation. and google or any search engine will find my comment more relevant than even some non-spammers comments.
    1) go to the blog you are interested in commenting on
    There is a lot of lists shared here in this wonderful forum
    2) copy the content of the post
    3) go to textalyser.net and paste it in the box and hit ?Analyze the text?
    4) you will get the most (used) relevant keywords in that post.
    Copy some of the keywords and do control+F to find those keywords in the post, and scan to find a sentence that includes 2 0r 3 of them. Then rewrite that sentence, maybe combine it with another sentence, then add a little twist to it and you are good to go.
    I used this method with great success and made comments in a lot of blogs and forums even in subjects that I have no knowledge in. and always got good results.
     
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  2. ladybones

    ladybones Newbie

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    No offence, but that sounds like WAY more work than just reading the article and posting a nice unique comment that you thought of yourself... lol
     
  3. webmast

    webmast Regular Member

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    I have another theory - for best results write a long, unique comment related to YOUR site.
    This way you will get a *related* NoFollow backlink. Or maybe not... I'm not sure :D
    Obviously this works on auto-approve blogs only.
     
  4. bcam360

    bcam360 Newbie

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    A small bit of work, but sounds like a great method for getting the better quality links. Much better than the generic comments that are found every where. Hope someone could even automates or semi-automates this, if no one has already some so. Thanks for sharing it.
     
  5. webmast

    webmast Regular Member

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    You can easily automate it. Harvest blog URLs talking about Emma Watson, write a comment about Emma Watson in spinned format and blast it with Scrapebox. There you go - all your comments are closely related to the articles you're commenting on. Fast and easy ;)
     
  6. pinholeglasses

    pinholeglasses Newbie

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    Thanks for the tip! Seems useful for more than just blog comments.

    I'm curious to know how you frame your comments (e.g. as a thank you post, question, answer to a question, etc.)
     
  7. CheeseHat

    CheeseHat Newbie

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    A similar approach, for posts with dozens of comments, is to pick one of the other comments (buried in the middle of the list) and reword it just enough so the moderator won't recognize it as duplicate. Works best if the post is a few days old so the author is paying more attention to newer posts.