One of the best ways to get quality backlinks is by commenting on blogs, particularly blog posts with high PageRank (PR). However, there are two types of blogs for commenting. They are dofollow and nofollow.
The solution here relies solely in the hands of the search engines. It’s up to them to discount all these types of Learn something new everyday as well as their links. Unfortunately, the many search engines still seem to eat this stuff up as legitimate.
I kept hearing about blogs, those personal websites that are published on the Web. As you probably know, blogs contain philosophical reflections, talk about social issues, and opinions about everything under the sun. They are usually presented in journal style with a new entry each day, or almost every day.
Plan the anchor text. Every anchor to your website needs to be relevant to your niche. Don’t include random words like “real” or “information”. I get link requests from dozens of people a week asking for links with anchor text like “debt consolidation info” or “real make money online”. No offense, but they’re clueless and wasting their time. Pick 10 or so anchor texts and use them randomly while building links. They need to be similar.
The mighty Splog – This is a “dirty” blog, and most people don’t like splogs. A Splog is a blog that is built by someone that takes other people’s content from their site without permission and put it on their site, they then turn around and put their ads all over the site. Besides just being downright rude, it actually does hurt people like you and I that strive to provide original content.
Some internet marketers have mailing lists. To entice you into joining these mailing list they’ll give away a free e-book or video join a few really good lists and read or online blogs watch the free material you get.
Blogs are another way to create community. The really interesting and well written blogs are visited regularly, and most give the reader an easy way to post comments. Regular reading and posting make the good blogs even better.
What I had thought was the worse thing to happen turned out to be the best thing. Had Google not sandboxed me, I probably never would have discovered the awesome marketing power of blogs!