How to Get Quality Backlinks to Your Site the Evil Way
There is the good way of doing things and there is an evil way to do the same thing – it might even yield better results. Link exchange is an excellent way to get a backlink to your site and if the blog owner places your link sitewide it yields more value.
The recent clampdown by Google worsens the situation. Not many blog owners are willing to exchange links – at least if you want a link back, he’ll put it somewhere in the subpages.
Nevertheless, exchanging links manually is time consuming! I tried once before and only 30% of the people whom I have contacted provided a link back – the rest just play dumb and STILL enjoy a link from me.
Still, there is an EVIL way to get quality backlinks to your site:
1. If you are targeting a single blog and wants quality links to your site use LivePR to check the PR of internal pages of the site.
*no screenshot due to Google PR fluctuation today*
2. Wants similar backlinks from successful sites such as Problogger, Shoemoney, Techcrunch, use iwebtool's backlink checker to check the entire backlink of the site.
3. Just go to the webpage that has a PR and drop a comment.
Now this evil way has its pros and cons and it might work or it might not. Some blogs have set their comment system to add a re=nofollow tag to the links/URL. If so, Google crawlers won’t follow the link but you might still get some traffic from the article through your comment – so it’s still a win-win situation.
According to iwebtool, I have already amass 5,554 backlinks :) I have only another 12,000 more to go to match Problogger.
PS – The tools here might not be 100% accurate, nothing is right? But it does serve its purposes, more or less.
PS2 – Don't go all excited and start spamming their comment box! Once you get banned by Akismet, you can't do this anymore!