Time for another post, it's been a few months but I wanted to share a little something I learned that is increasing traffic to some of my clients websites as well as mine.
Have you heard of Drop My Link, a great site where you can Google queries to find thousands of sites to drop your links on and create backlinks.
There is a Drop down list that displays various networks where you can add relevant links "without spamming" . These networks are:
Using the Official Alexa Extension allows you to see how much traffic is going to a particular page in the Google's organic listings as seen in picture below by the blue bar. Note I used the "Do Follow Comment Blogs" Query in the Drop Down Menu.
As you can see the benefit of this is based on the amount of traffic so your link can be seen, unfortunately it does not tell you the Pagerank of that particular page so I rely on the SEO Status Pagerank/Alexa Toolbar when I click through the link. While it can be beneficial and relevant to place your link here, the Pagerank is 1 as I clicked through and I'm looking for that juice to flow through to my page so I click back and sift through the search results till I find a good balance of Alexa rank and Pagerank.
The only thing you have to do is leave a relevant comment that correlates to the page your linking to. I like to leave at least 3-4 sentences and thank the author for the great information provided.
Dropping your link on .edu and .gov blogs are good for Authority and search engines tend to see them as more important for the accurate and abundance of information.
Last but not least the page I'm linking to should have the keywords in the page name, title, description, and content. its good to bold some of the keywords and have some internal links that correlate to those keywords.
I have revamped our Link Building Service page.
The Manual Link Building Service takes a while and can take up to 1 month to complete depending on how many links you may need or want. You want your links to be built over time and seem natural. It takes time to request link exchanges or to purchase one way links to your site. When manually building links in Forums and Blogs, you need your code in context to be descriptive, informative and correlating to the site your linking too.
Finding pages with a good Page Rank that has allot of traffic does take time but is worth it, you know the site has been on the internet for a while and your links should stay there for lifetime. This type of manual service is good for building your brand and generating long term traffic and revenue.
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By "Shawn Lippert"