Is This A Web 2.0 Backlink?
2013-11-18, 11:09 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2013-11-18, 11:10 AM by ÐỚℬℤ.)
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Im just learning seo and i just made a website for my niche and i am wondering if this is a web 2.0 backlink this should help my ranking right?
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ontor khan(2014-10-03 06:23 PM) 

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2013-11-18, 11:38 AM,
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It would be a link if you use the "Link" button to "mask" it (then the HTML tag "<a href= ... >" would be used).

It would became a backlink, if Google would index it. And you should take care to get as much "dofollow" links as possible.

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2013-11-18, 11:43 AM,
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(2013-11-18, 11:38 AM)BlackHatSEO Wrote: It wouldd be a link if you use the "Link" button to "mask" it (then the HTML tag "<a href= ... >" would be used).

It would became a backlink, if Google would index it. And you should take care to get as much "dofollow" links as possible.

Thanks do you know any do follow sites and any free ways to index it?

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2013-11-18, 11:54 AM,
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The "white hat" way: Go to Google, research for your keywords, write down all Web 2.0 sources, check if they have "nofollow" links or not, contact the owners, ask for a link (or write some articles as a guest author etc.). Remember to mix anchor texts, link destinations and "nofollow"/"dofollow"-links to look more natural.

The "grey hat" way: Same as above, but you just post into the Web 2.0 sources with some tools automatically. You could try GSA Search Engine Ranker as trial for 5 days.

The "black hat" way I won't disclose here. ;-)

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2013-11-18, 12:02 PM,
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(2013-11-18, 11:54 AM)BlackHatSEO Wrote: The "white hat" way: Go to Google, research for your keywords, write down all Web 2.0 sources, check if they have "nofollow" links or not, contact the owners, ask for a link (or write some articles as a guest author etc.). Remember to mix anchor texts, link destinations and "nofollow"/"dofollow"-links to look more natural.

The "grey hat" way: Same as above, but you just post into the Web 2.0 sources with some tools automatically. You could try GSA Search Engine Ranker as trial for 5 days.

The "black hat" way I won't disclose here. ;-)

Would making blogger weebley wordpress squidoo and free website making sites work?

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2013-11-18, 12:08 PM,
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Yes, of course.

But it all depends on your personal goals, what kind of site has to be promoted (or is it a video at YouTube) etc.

Google is updating the algorithm every week and does significant major updates from time to time (look out for "Hummingbird"). Therefore you should research for building up "link pyramides", if you want to have your sites last longer than only for some weeks.

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2013-11-18, 12:22 PM,
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You wont get good rank if you dont have HIGH PR of that Blog.

Make an Gov. or an Edu. blog and get some traffic and then make a backlink and you will get an HQ link.
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2013-11-18, 12:28 PM,
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(2013-11-18, 12:22 PM)#CPA Wrote: You wont get good rank if you dont have HIGH PR of that Blog.

Make an Gov. or an Edu. blog and get some traffic and then make a backlink and you will get an HQ link.

Yes, of course, you are right. But I think he is a beginner, so this would be too complicated as first steps.

BTW: Most of my projects don't have high PageRanks and rank even better than the blogs of competitors with higher PageRanks. ;-) It's not all about the PageRank (the same old discussion about it), only backlinks and social signals do count, the PageRank is just a kind of result of linkbuilding. IMHO only buyers of domains are interested in high PageRanks.

But for some cases I always have some PR9 and PR8 domains inside my portfolio. ;-)
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2013-11-18, 12:47 PM,
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(2013-11-18, 12:28 PM)BlackHatSEO Wrote:
(2013-11-18, 12:22 PM)#CPA Wrote: You wont get good rank if you dont have HIGH PR of that Blog.

Make an Gov. or an Edu. blog and get some traffic and then make a backlink and you will get an HQ link.

Yes, of course, you are right. But I think he is a beginner, so this would be too complicated as first steps.

BTW: Most of my projects don't have high PageRanks and rank even better than the blogs of competitors with higher PageRanks. ;-) It's not all about the PageRank (the same old discussion about it), only backlinks and social signals do count, the PageRank is just a kind of result of linkbuilding. IMHO only buyers of domains are interested in high PageRanks.

But for some cases I always have some PR9 and PR8 domains inside my portfolio. ;-)

Sometimes They Do Rank up Sites with Quality Links.
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2013-11-18, 12:54 PM,
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Yes. But I won't take the risk of "burning down" my personal PR9 or so domains with some spam links.

I did some years ago back in 2003/2004 after the Florida update of Google, but in these times every link was 1000 Euro worth monthly. And the chances of getting good Expired Domains was higher than today.

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