Discussion in 'Link Building' started by s_sayan, Jun 25, 2012.
Forum posting and blog commenting
for me, blog content, article submission, press release, and social submission, brought me good backlinck and i am doing seo for a short time
Best link building technique is article writing and web-2 writing. Because as per SEO rules you need permanent link and article will give you this kinda of link.
I have done all these types of blogging and directory submission, forum posting..but i don't know if this bring me any good.
Why did you analysis your site? I think you should analysis and try to find out the different between before and after work.
Forum posting, blog comment, article submission and guest posting, social bookmarking are good for link building. Forum posting is best link building technique to get more traffic.
Authority Web 2.0 Submission, High PR Document Sharing, Forum Discussions and Blog Commenting etc
According to me, Forum posting is the best link building technique that provides you instant links.
In these days lots of people are opting for guest posting to get most of their backlinks as most of the older techniques seem to be not proving effective.
Forum and blog commenting and guest blogging from time to time is something that I do for a while now. Recently, I've started syndicating my blog with a blog on a website. Some recommend this because of the traffic and backlinks, while some don't - because of the duplicated content. Still not sure about it, but I'm going forward with this.
Blog commenting is one of the best activity in SEO you can get best quality backlinks for your website
This would depend on whether those backlinks are no-follow.
The best way to get backlinks would be to get featured on websites where there is nobody. If there are a lot of links, especially bad ones, you will be associated with them and lose face. So try to look for websites that have few links and try to get a link there.
Agreed - you don't want to appear as being in a bad neighborhood, drawing the attention of Google.
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