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.

  • Get a big list of keyword relevant Blogs
  • Filter Blogs for Do-Follow (Excel auto-filter, choose “Yes” in the “isDofollow” column for DoFollow Blogs)
  • Sort Blogs by PR
  • Get list of CommentLuv-Blogs
  • Get List of KeywordLuv-Blogs

THE SEARCH FORM IS CURRENTLY BROKEN, I’LL TRY TO FIX IT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

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. That’s a good way of blogging. I have worked only on do follow links what should I do now? Anyways it was a wake up call for me as well. I would really appreciate if you keep uploading such useful information in your blogs. Now I think getting do follow blogs with PR will be much easier than before. Also I just wanted to know the difference between No follow and Do follow.

    1. Hi Gerry

      In Short: A nofollow link is a link that has been marked by the website owner (or by the CMS he or she uses) to be not followed by search engines. This means it will not be counted to improve rankings. Please note that this does not mean you should not build nofollow links, too – they are important to create a natural link profile. Just comment on some blogs and you will very probably get some nofollow links…

      Mike

  2. Hi Mike! It’s great to find people like you that share real and relevant information about SEO coz mostly I find garbage info and pretenders in this field. I’m new to blogging and still finding my way about SEO, I thought that it’s just enough to post important information and you’re done. But I was told that it’s also important to do SEO of my site so that more people can enjoy my articles. Thanks again!

  3. Hey thanks for this wake up call. I think this was required at least for me. I have never seen anyone sharing their list like this. Might be that we might get some of the sites where once you enter the keywords they might give you this list but till now there are some bloggers who have mentioned about the penalty sites but nobody has yet listed them down. Anyways thanks for the list buddy.

  4. Just tried out your tool, Michael – look forward to the email.

    Sounds interesting; is this your invention?

    Ana
    Ana @ targeted website traffic´s last blog post ..CommentLuv Premium

    1. Hi Ana

      I hope the list was useful for you.
      Yes the tool was programmed by me – so if you want, it is my invention ;-)

  5. Hi Michael, want to ask you something, is this serviced free or paid? please reply

    1. Hi James

      The dofollow search is a free service – you can use it as often as you need.

      Mike

  6. Dave,

    There is no hard science behind that as there are certainly more factors going into that equation – but as a rule of thumb adding 25% nofollow won’t hurt…

    Mike

  7. This is the first time I have seen this kind of method and I love to try this email method.

    Do follow are hard to find especially high PR types.

  8. It is just as important to have the nofollow as to get the right mix. Not everyone searches uses googlee.

  9. Akismet is not bad either, you can even use those in combination. Akismet just has a privacy problem when you want to use it in germany as personal data (like the email adress is being sent to a third party server in the US

  10. SEO’s are clearly going to have to change the way they build links. It’s getting more creative and challenging from the days when they’d go out and submit to every business directory under the sun.

    It’s all about being interesting and relevant, with more of a focus on recommendation and social links, rather than manufactured ones – Google are showing that they are recognising this but it’s still annoying to see competitors ranking so well with bought links.

    An SEO’s job should be to help clients to become smarter when it comes to their website and offering – just like other marketers do. Sending out the most flyers doesn’t give you the most publicity. You have to think about who your audience is and what they want.

  11. Hi Tom

    Well as far as I know nofollow is taken into account by all the major search engines… But maintaining a natural link profile has become more and more important, so I agree that having nofollow links is very important…

    Mike

  12. I think KeywordLuv is a fine idea because both parties benefit from it – the commenter gets a link and the blogger gets some fresh content, so it’s all good. Spammers may try to sabotage it but if they just stopped and thought about it they’d realise that they’re killing the goose that laid the golden egg! Plus I’d rather spend my time reading interesting blogs and leaving relevant comments anyday. Spamming is just soul destroying.

  13. Just tried out your tool, Michael – look forward to the email.

    Sounds interesting; is this your invention?

  14. Hi Michael
    I was just trying to find about different SEO techniques and was feeling so restless as was unable to understand any of the topics properly and lucky i dashed into your blog.. and it is thoroughly a life saver.. have now understood a lot more about SEO.

  15. This is a great tool Mike. Its great I stumbled into your site. Now I can browse those dofollow blogs that can help in my SEO.

    Many thanks!

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