Link from PR1 site

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by private1, May 24, 2009.

  1. private1

    private1 Newbie

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    I know of a pr1 guest book and I wish to post on it and not have my post deleated. Can I post some general comments and then post my link in white which is the same color as the background ie it will not be visable ,will google/ yahoo pick up on this ?and what is lightly to happen if they do .
    I feel if i post my link openly it will get delated , this site has little traffic but a PR1 ranking. Any advice on the best way forward.
    Ps I may wish to post some more links in the future to other sites.

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. Jagged55

    Jagged55 Power Member

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    If the guestbook is moderated, it doesn't matter what colour you make the link, the owner will see it posted. So if it is moderated, make a "real" post that makes sense and include your link. Or, just email the guy and ask him if he will put your link on his site. I wouldn't get into posting links with the same colour as the background...its a waste of time.
     
  3. Micallef

    Micallef Supreme Member

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    In my experience, trying to sneak comments with links past moderators is a massive waste of time - especially if it's for a measly PR1. Even if you get your link on the site, it'll do next to nothing with such low PR.

    The internet is full of sites which are ********, high PR, and non-moderated. You just need to think about it a bit and know where to look. Here's a clue - find some spammers site and check out their backlink profile.
     
  4. cooooookies

    cooooookies Senior Member

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    Exactly.

    OP:I just wonder why you emphasis that the site has PR1, is there anything special or beneficial to put links on pr1-sites? The value of 1 pr 1 link is pretty low.

    There are tons of better ways to get backlinks. Search for Harro's post, there is an excellent thread about link-building. Or check in the bh-tools subforum. Programs like autopligg and xrumer are your friend.