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Quick guide to get high PR do-follow links from blog commenting

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by stoned raider, Apr 21, 2010.

  1. stoned raider

    stoned raider Registered Member

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    Hi there, I just decided to be nice a little bit to newbs as I wasn't quite the nicest to some of them in the past.

    So here is a easy-to-follow guide to get some nice high PR do-follow backlinks

    1. Prerequisites (necessary if you want to build your list fast)

    - scrapebox - cheap and simply great, kudos to the creator !
    - list of do-follow blogs - google it ! there are at least 5 websites covering this topic

    2. Let's do it - explanation in few simple examples

    To get almost all the blog entries available for commenting you need to observe the way how the particular web is structured

    eg. www.domain.com/blog/year/month/article- many websites use this pattern, it is good for them but what's most important it is very good for us too

    Ex#1

    www.britannica.com
    - we can see that this web is structured exactly as specified above

    what we need to do

    open scrapebox, in harvester section choose "custom footprint" and insert following rows into keywords:

    site:www.britannica.com/blogs/2006
    site:www.britannica.com/blogs/2007
    site:www.britannica.com/blogs/2008
    site:www.britannica.com/blogs/2009
    site:www.britannica.com/blogs/2010

    first make sure the particular website has articles from particular years, just make a quick google search to prepare your queries

    you can harvest even more articles, by specifying the months, this narrows search engine results (limited to 1000) so this way you can assure you won't miss many other articles to comment on

    eg.
    site:www.britannica.com/blogs/2009/01
    site:www.britannica.com/blogs/2009/02
    site:www.britannica.com/blogs/2009/03
    ....

    this will result in almost every article page indexed by search engines to be harvested

    after harvesting run the PR check and sort your results and voila here we have some good pages to comment on:

    Code:
    PR6
    http://www.britannica.com/blogs/2008/12/how-now-great-books
    
    PR5
    http://www.britannica.com/blogs/2010/03/champagne-weekends-in-france
    http://www.britannica.com/blogs/2009/11/can-obamas-organizing-for-america-evolve
    
    use your kw as your name


    Ex#2

    www.businessinsider.com

    - this web does not follow the pattern mentioned above but you can clearly see that they use something very similar

    Code:
    http://www.businessinsider.com/google-continues-testing-new-design-2010-3
    see the year and the month at the end of the url ? this really helps us when we decide to do a harvest

    simple query for site:www.businessinsider.com brings just too many results, let's narrow it

    eg.
    site:www.businessinsider.com inurl:2009-1
    site:www.businessinsider.com inurl:2009-2
    site:www.businessinsider.com inurl:2009-3
    ...

    you get the point, this way you won't be able to harvest everything since it's such a huge website, but still you can get few thousand pages to sort by PR and comment on

    also make sure to harvest from yahoo & google simultaneously. You might end up with more pages this way since:
    - some SE might have indexed something that the other one has not
    - the SE results are in different order, which means that there is a good chance that you will harvest at least some pages from the first 1000 results that you wouldn't from other SE

    just make sure you delete duplicate URL entries after harvest

    Code:
    PR6
    http://www.businessinsider.com/2009/1/printing-the-nyt-costs-twice-as-much-as-sending-every-subscriber-a-free-kindle
    
    if you observe the code properly, you will see that using kw as a name is good for nothing since it is no-followed but we can add HTML tags into our comment and that link is do-follow


    Ex#3

    www.acus.org/new_atlanticist/
    - the "new_atlancist" part is a name of particular blog on that website

    Code:
    PR3
    http://www.acus.org/new_atlanticist/russia-ending-war-chechnya
    
    unfortunately this website does not use any of the two patterns above, but what shall we do if want to harvest articles as much as possible ?

    using simple query
    site:www.acus.org/new_atlanticist/
    does not really help us very much, we will get very limited results

    observe the top middle of the page, there is something right under the title of the article

    yes, it is an author's name and a date :rolleyes:

    now we can construct our queries more precisely:

    "James Joyner * 2008" site:acus.org/new_atlanticist/
    "James Joyner * 2009" site:acus.org/new_atlanticist/
    "James Joyner * 2010" site:acus.org/new_atlanticist/

    * is a google wildcard for one or more words

    just use one of the upper queries in google to see what is bolded in the search result, exactly what we were looking for


    Okay, that's about it. You got the idea.

    Do not forget:
    - use proxies all the time !!! I cannot stress this enough
    - be creative and use your brain when constructing queries
    - you can always sell harvested lists to somebody else
    - if you are tired of doing backlinking yourself outsource it
    - observe how others wrote their comments ! - most of the time you will need to write something intelligent at least a little bit

    These above are just simple examples to help you get started.

    Enjoy
     
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  2. fansfans

    fansfans Regular Member

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    good guide bro, i have to do this. thank you very much
     
  3. omg123

    omg123 Regular Member

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    how do you harvest do follow blogs with scrapebox ?
    "- you can always sell harvested lists to somebody else"


    also is there a way with scrapebox to harvest do follow blogs that post automatically,
    i.e. that are unmoderated ???

    thanks
     
  4. stoned raider

    stoned raider Registered Member

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    You have find these blogs for yourself. There is plenty of them. I have my own list of those, but I won't post it on forum nor sell it cause they would be spammed to death right away.

    I gave you a simple guide for harvesting, everything takes some work. If you do what I wrote here for 2 days you will end up with list of thousands of high PR articles to comment on.
     
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    sussane Registered Member

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    very good and efficient guide. thanks
     
  6. letusgo

    letusgo Junior Member

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    I am always using this method with scrapebox to make most use of blogs I harvested.