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An interesting way of building backlinks is to post DoFollow forums. You need to register, create your signature in the form of the address of your site or page you want to link. Here is a list DoFollow forums that allow signatures leaving, after a certain number of posts or time spent on the forum. In any case, the backlink from the forum are still very valid and useful way of building backlinks. P. S. just leave posts in forums that are related to your site, otherwise your posts will be marked as spam.

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Dofollow and nofollow are the link attributes attached to a link on any website to assist the search engine about its quality. Webmasters use this service heavily to tell search engines whether the link posted on their website is a reliable one or not. It helps the search engine to determine if the website wishes to link their page to the mentioned link, so that the visitors could have more information about their desired topic.

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The dofollow link on a website means that it thinks that a link is credible enough to be listed on their website and they would recommend other users and search engine robots to follow this link. This is great for the link which is followed because this would increase its traffic and page rank in Google, on the other hand no harm would be done to the one who mentions this link.

NoFollow is a hyperlink value that tells search engines not to pass on any credibility or influence to an outbound link. Originally created to help the blogging community reduce the number of inserted links into a “comment” area of a blog page, the attribute is typically standard in blog comments. It helps overwhelmed webmasters disallow spammers from gaining any kind of advantage by inserting an unwanted link on a popular page, and has become an integral part of Google-specific SEO.
As a result of the implementation of NoFollow, the process of building links has taken a steep turn.Many sites, including wikis, social bookmarking sites, corporate and private blogs, commenting plug-ins and many other venues and applets across the internet began implementing NoFollow. This made effective link building difficult for both honest people and spammers alike. It also made DoFollow links become the “Holy Grail” of SEOs everywhere, who seek them out as expensive collections to their off-site optimization repertoire.

What Is The Difference?

Nofollow links attributes do not allow search engine bots to follow link.That means if the website owner is linking back to you with nofollow attributes, it does not pass on link juice. Only Humans will be able to follow the links. Though some time back Google made it clear that they don’t consider nofollow link attributes but weight of such links are really less.

Example of Nofollow Link:

<a href=”” rel=”nofollow”>Google</a>

Dofollow links allow Google  (all search engines) to follow them and reach our website. Giving us link juice and a backlink. If a webmaster is linking back to you with this link both Search Engine and Humans will be able to follow you. The best way to give someone dofollow love is allowing keyword in the anchor text. This means when you are linking to any website or page, use the targeted keyword as anchor text.

Example of Dofollow Link:

<a href=””>Google</a>




Nothing happens overnight

Before you start linkbuilding need to know a few basic things. Firstly SEO is a long-term process, and nothing will happen overnight, except that maybe you can ban overnight if you overdo linkbuilding. So, please be patient first. Patience of course goes hand in hand with perseverance and great motivation to not give up until you achieve the desired goal.

Your goal you set yourself. Someone will be aiming to come in 1st place on Google for an easy keyword, someone to come in 5th place for an argument keyword, and maybe someone to enter only the first page. Whatever your goal is, you know that a lot of work ahead, but as you know, if done correctly and slowly, steadily, the effort and the work will eventually pay off.

Nothing happens overnight

Nothing happens overnight

In addition to patience and perseverance, and you need a top-discipline. This means that you can not be lazy, and not too greedy and hasty. You must not be lazy in the sense that you do linkbuilding few days and then forget about backlinks for some time, and then again a little work on linkbuilding and so on. It leads to nothing, for success, much work is needed, especially in the beginning when everything should be set to healthy feet and a high level.
You must not be hasty in the sense that if you just opened a new site, you should not rush the first day of 1000 to build backlinks, so it will only undermine your site and the risk that Google penalizes you and label it as a spammer.

So all in his time and moderate, the results do not come overnight. But because of some mediocre phrase with a good linkbuilding, very good results can be achieved even for 2 to 3 months, and of course continue stepping up the pace.

Untapped Backlink Strategy


One of the few techniques which use a small number of people, which is fantastic for getting great backlinks. These audio sharing sites are PR powerhouses and can move your site in the SERPs.

All you need to do is create a piece of audio (preferably music) and upload it to these sites, which give you a nice dofollow link in exchange: (PR6) (PR7) (PR5)

You only need to create an audio clip and upload it, install your link and you’ll get great DoFollow link


There are countless website owners with PR 6 + who will be happy to set up your link to the donation of a few bucks.

You can find some on your own by using these nifty search strings:
“donate to us”
“contributors page”
“sponsors page”


Companies big and small LOVE to show off their customer testimonials. If you’re using a product or service that you love (or at least like), consider sending them a testimonial.

When you do, make sure to tell them that they can put it on their homepage or a testimonial page. To show that you’re a real person they’ll often put a link to your site for you…without you even having to ask.


Everyone knows that .edu links are the bomb. But getting legit .edu links is impossible, but there is some tricks that might have work.

Most US universities have resource pages where they link to websites that they think are cool.

If you have a legit looking site that’s not monetized to death you can usually get a 1-2 .edu links just by asking around.

Use these search strings to find them: “your niche” “your niche” + “resources” “your niche” + “links” “your niche” + “other sites”

Only 5-10% of them will actually post your link, but even a handful of these can make a HUGE difference in the SERPs.


There are a lot of sites that are designed to help you get feedback on your site’s layout or conversion potential. Important for our purposes, all of them allow a dofollow link back to your site.

You can get a link like this from a site called

As you can see, there’s a nice dofollow link on the page.

To get a link from these sites all you need to do is submit your site with a little description of how you want to improve it.

Here are some Website Feedback Sites to get links from: (PR5) (PR5) (PR4)


Scoop It is basically a site where people aggregate their favorite content around the web into a magazine format.

You can get a dozen of backlinks for just a few minutes work.

To get people to post your stuff all you need to do is use Scoop It’s built in suggestion feature.

Just search for a high PR Scoop It page and hit “suggest”.

Just send the person a quick message and let them know about your content.

I hope you find this post helpful and that you learned some new techniques of building backlinks.

Now head to the backlink building.

google algorithm updateGoogle matters!

The basic idea of building backlinks is that google still value websites through good backlinks. With that in mind, a niche’s community becomes Google’s informal poll for every site. In theory, if  blog or post has garnered the attention of readers, it must be worth of sharing on search rankings.

Of course, reality never goes quite according to plan, and once the search results became skewed toward aggressive SEO, Google started tweaking to protect its primary revenue source.

That doesn’t mean that Google has abandoned its system entirely. Backlinks must still be part of any SEO strategy, but the old methods are no longer a viable option.

Google algorithm update

A couple years ago Google changed it’s algorithm to try and prevent websites from gaining any benefit from selling links by removing the PR (Page Rank) from most link pages on the Internet (which included link pages in directories). Google also encouraged the use of “rel=”nofollow” on outgoing links if site owners wanted to preserve the PR on their web pages.

Recently, due to Google’s Panda and Penguin algorithm updates, now even link trades, or other forms of what used to be acceptable methods of gaining links, are being filtered out of search results if they encompass a high percentage (or ratio) of your overall link profile. In other words, Google is able to recognize and filter out a major portion of your traffic if it finds unnatural patterns in backlinks on your site. The links coming into your website should be from quality sites with relevant content (not content or link farms) and it must not look like you paid someone to do it or that you did it yourself.

What Google wants to see now is “organic” links, i.e., the incoming links look as natural as possible, preferably within the content of a page. When Google is looking at your linking profile it doesn’t like it when you use the same words in the anchor text of the link, or when you link to the same page all the time (other than your home page or using your business name). Of course the best way to get these is to produce something that people find very useful that they link to on their own, such as helpful tips, tutorials, videos, etc.

If your website has dropped in rank in Google recently it may be due to either a penalty, being filtered out of results, or a majority of your backlinks no longer being counted due to the sites you got backlinks from were penalized so their links no longer produce any value for your site. Which of course means that you need more better quality links.

Backlinks, also known as incoming linksinbound linksinlinks, and inward links, are incoming links to a website or web page. In basic link terminology, a backlink is any link received by a web node (web page, directory, website, or top level domain) from another web node.

Inbound links were originally important (prior to the emergence of search engines) as a primary means of web navigation; today, their significance lies in search engine optimization(SEO). The number of backlinks is one indication of the popularity or importance of that website or page (for example, this is used by Google to determine the PageRank of a webpage). Outside of SEO, the backlinks of a webpage may be of significant personal, cultural or semantic interest: they indicate who is paying attention to that page.

Search engines often use the number of backlinks that a website has as one of the most important factors for determining that website’s search engine ranking, popularity and importance. Google’s description of their PageRank system, for instance, notes that Google interprets a link from page A to page B as a vote, by page A, for page B. Knowledge of this form of search engine rankings has fueled a portion of the SEO industry commonly termed linkspam, where a company attempts to place as many inbound links as possible to their site regardless of the context of the originating site.

Websites often employ various SEO techniques to increase the number of backlinks pointing to their website. Some methods are free for use by everyone whereas some methods, like linkbaiting, require quite a bit of planning and marketing to work. Some websites stumble upon “linkbaiting” naturally; the sites that are the first with a tidbit of ‘breaking news’ about a celebrity are good examples of that. When “linkbait” happens, many websites will link to the ‘baiting’ website because there is information there that is of extreme interest to a large number of SERP. There are several factors that determine the value of a backlink. Backlinks from authoritative sites on a given topic are highly valuable. If both sites have content geared toward the keyword topic, the backlink is considered relevant and believed to have strong influence on the search engine rankings of the webpage granted the backlink. A backlink represents a favorable ‘editorial vote’ for the receiving webpage from another granting webpage. Another important factor is the anchor text of the backlink. Anchor text is the descriptive labeling of the hyperlink as it appears on a webpage. Search engine bots (i.e., spiders, crawlers, etc.) examine the anchor text to evaluate how relevant it is to the content on a webpage.Anchor text and webpage content congruency are highly weighted in search engine result page(SERP) rankings of a webpage with respect to any given keyword query by a search engine user.


source: wikipedia