Get backlinks from Do Follow blogs

Getting dofollow backlinks is an important SEO activity.
Read this howto first before you proceed…

…and read this warning about the do follow blog list accuracy.

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Getting Free backlinks from blog comments

 

Getting links to to your site from other sites is what drives you up in the search engine rankings. Getting links with an anchor text that you can determine makes the real difference…

So how does this all work here?

First of all – you can get free backlinks, but it is a little bit of work involved… You have to find blogs that do not use the nofollow attribute in their links… What is the “nofollow attribute”? Basically it tells search engines to disregard the link to your site! So we need blogs that do follow (and of course have commenting enabled)!

Luckily, finding those is quite easy now, just go to the search form and enter a keyword or keyword phrase for which you want to find do follow blogs. This does not have to be the keyword that you want to rank for or that you want to use when you write blog comments, it just have to describe the topic you are looking for. In fact it is better to choose a broader approach, as you will receive more blogs if you use a more general search term.
When the system has finished checking all the sites for DoFollow, you will receive an email with a list of blogs for your topic – depending on how popular the topic actually is. Obviously this is the reason why you have to use a working email adress…

Now you can visit these no-nofollow blogs and leave a comment with some of your keywords in the “name” field and your website in the website field …and voila – you have a one-way backlink to your site with your keywords as an anchor!

So, why is it important to have dofollow blogs for your exact keyword phrases and not just any dofollow blogs? Well, to be honest, it is not so important at all – it just makes it easier for you to make quality comments to the blogs you found. And this is crucial! If you do not make sensible, thoughtful comments, your comments will be deleted! Or even worse: Your website might be added to blog spam filters what makes it hard to have your comments stick on other blogs as well… So to be on the safe side, have a look on the blog you are going to comment on. If there are already some comments with funny names that look more like keywords, go on and post your comment, if not perhaps just go on to the next blog in the list. It might not be worth the work if your comment is deleted.

So be sure to choose keywords that you know a little bit about, they should have to do with your site’s topic but you can try a broad range of related keywords if the search does not give you enough results. What can you do if the search only gives you a handful of blogs or no blogs at all? Well this can happen, as using the nofollow tag is the default in programs like wordpress, so it might be hard to find blogs. Don’t worry – Try to search with similar keywords or a broader keyphrase. The exact topic of the blogs does not matter to much – your links will be counted even if they are from a blog that is not related to the keywords of your site. What really matters is that you can choose the anchor text of your link.

There is a little work to do with this method, but it provides you with a virtually endless supply of free one way backlinks!

And now go to the search form and try it yourself!

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Comments

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  1. Well, DoFollow is the best method to make things work in an organized manner! I wonder why things can’t go in proper order without it! I also agree with the plugin that supports & makes the work more easier!

  2. How do you demand more of SEO traffic to a much confined base on internet? Are there any tricks to filter the niche audience? I am testing it for an e-commerce site?

    1. Hi David

      I am not sure whether I understood your question right, but my best guess would be to optimize for more long tail keywords that are more specific to your confined base…

      Mike

  3. After the latest Penguin update, I don’t care about do/no follow links anymore. I just try to get a few natural links. That is all big ‘G’ cares about..

  4. Well, more often than not, I heavily rely on Do Follow blogs and completely stay away from No Follows. Since, obviously, it helps the rankings. But sometimes, in some special cases (like you said, Wikipedia) I do tend to sway towards No Follow. However, I spend a lot of my time manually checking the Do Follow blogs from No Follows and it is exhausting! But these steps you’ve mentioned, they seem pretty helpful to my cause. It does seem slightly taxing, but well, if it’s worth the effort then who’s complaining!?

  5. Mike, Im new and just starting out with SEO. I am also new to html/css. And I’ve just started creating the design for my first ever website.

    I want to learn this SEO thing, and as you have mentioned above, that when you comment to a blog, you put your keyword.

    But for now, I don’t understand that yet. I just wanna try how to comment on a blog that lets a guess to insert a keyword in his comment.

    I am not inserting my keyword for now, as I don’t know any info yet about keywords.

    For now, I just wanna try to insert my Domain Name.

    1. Hi Gary

      Seems you did everything right, event the correct syntax for keyword luv.
      In case you want to comment on a non-keyword luv blog I’d recommend to either use just you name (anchor text overoptimization has become dangerous since Penguin…) or use a phrase like Gary from baguioads.ph to get a brand link…

      Mike

  6. Wow! fast revert…

    well, there is an instruction below this comment box on how to our KywordLuv.

    and… I don’t know the stuff about penguin… for now.

    if I got you right… for non keywordluv blog, the phrase i should insert is like this?

    1. Gary from baguioads.ph

    2. Gary from baguioads.ph

    which is which mike?

    1. Gary,

      Neither 1 nor 2 ;-)
      If a blog does not have keywordLuv, you just enter “Gary from baguioads.ph” in the name field and the URL you want to link to in the website field. The blog where you are commenting will build a link from that automatically – no need for you to fiddle with HTML code.
      Of course you will want to create variation here like “Gary from Baguio Ads” or “Gary the Ads guy”.

      Penguin is the nickname of one of the latest google algorithm updates and oneof the things they changed was that sites which have a very high percentage of their links all with the same or a very similar anchor text get penalized for that, as this is hardly a natural linking pattern.

      Mike

  7. whew… fast revert again. better than a forum site.

    anyhow, thanks for giving your precious time in explaining some info bit about penguin.

    im inserting an image to show you how i understood you about the keyword thingy…

    so, i’ll do it like this one?

    1. Ah – but now you did it wrong. When on a KeywordLuv site, then don’t put the “from” in your name. That is the nice thing with keyword Luv, it will automatically insert the from and it will create a link only with your keyword as anchor.

      The image you added shows it correctly for a non keywordLuv blog.

  8. im impressed with how fast you answer me.

    now, i think i got your right.

    1. I am not always this fast, but I was just sitting at the computer when your comment came in ;-)

  9. Blog Commenting is a great way to get genuine back links. I try and maintain a balance between both no follow and do follow blogs. DO follow comments do help in getting rankings. Thanks for this useful share.

  10. Rankings can be improved quite easily if you write good comments and spread your anchor texts on as many different class IP’s as possible. Don’t get fooled, Google Penguin is out there and it’s a nasty algorithm.

  11. I agree that do follow blogs are hard to find on the web. You need to do a thorough research about it and use SEO tools to determine if it is do follow or not. As a blog commenter bear in mind that we should be careful on our replies and usage of words. Good post, thaks for sharing.

  12. This is very useful information. It will take me a long way in finding do follow blogs.

    1. If you are interested in even more dofollow site, have a look at this brand new product: Extreme Dofollow
      It has about two million dofollow pages you can comment on.

  13. Especially when we talk about blogging content plays vital role to make any blog search engine and reader friendly. Usually content writers don’t concentrate on these points you shared with us and therefor they have to pay for it.

  14. Yes i Agree on this point, commenting on others blog is important not only for getting back ling but also for getting traffic . Meaningful and well written blog can improve you web presence.

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