Page Rank Backlinks; Where To Find Them

Comments Off on Page Rank Backlinks; Where To Find Them 29 October 2011

If you’re doing any serious SEO for your site, then you certainly want some high page rank backlinks. At this time, such inbound links are the main ingredient to climbing in the search engines. There’s no shortage of information about backlinking online, but, unfortunately, a lot of it is wrong. Don’t simply assume something is true, then, but do some research, especially if you’re new to online marketing. You should check everything, including what we say. Even though we are giving you accurate and up to date information, there’s no reason you should believe us. What follows are a few simple techniques for getting high PR backlinks for your site.

Online marketers who have a site/blog and also engage in article marketing make a very common mistake with execution. They will often write quality articles and submit them to Ezinearticles or other high traffic article directories. Rather than first publishing their articles on their own sites first, they start with the directories. They focus on getting backlinks for the article on the directories instead of to their actual site. They are doing things in reverse order and giving up good PR to the article directory as well as ensuring the article will appear higher in the serps than the article page on their site.

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You should make use of some helpful SEO related tools that you add to Firefox, and which give you valuable information about any sites you look up. Do some keyword related searches, and find a number of sites or blogs on your topic. Use your browser tools to check the page rank of these sites, and whether or not they offer “do follow” links. You can find dofollow backlinking available on blogs. Aside from blogs, you can offer to purchase links on high PR websites by approaching the owner. This technique isn’t widely used. We’ve met marketers, however, who have achieved good rankings for their site by doing this and nothing else.

It’s still possible to leverage the power of huge social networks like Facebook, despite the nofollow link policy they’ve implemented. In most cases, a site will be dofollow when it first launches, but when millions of people start using it to gain backlinks, it is forced to become nofollow. It’s a mistake, though, to not value nofollow backlinks. Obviously, dofollow links are superior. But they still count as a backlink, with minimal PR “sometimes,” plus they help your overall linking strategy look more normal to Google. After all, Google is smart enough to know that a site that only has backlinks that are dofollow from high PR sites, is doing something beyond natural linking. You should be glad to get some nofollow backlinks from sites with high PR for this reason.

There really are very many methods and strategies for finding high PR backlinks. You may want to consider outsourcing your backlinking. Outsourcing, however, can be a little risky, especially if you’re not experienced with it, so make sure you do your research before jumping in.

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