How to get a PR10 or PR9 backlink

Profile picture of the author sitecrawler by sitecrawler Posted: 01/17/2011
1. Create a google docs profile, after that create a note with your main keywords hyper linked.
2. Create a flickr account:
Sign Up -> Personalize Your Profile -> Describe Yourself Box -> Add HTML
Code For Your URL + Anchor Text
3. Create an excite.com account
Create an account → My Bookmarks ->Edit it
4. Create a video on youtube and add in the description a backlink to your site
5. Register at blogs.nasa.gov and start posting relevant comments.

Hope This Helps.

Site Crawler.
#backlink #pr10 #pr9

  • Profile picture of the author paulgl
    paulgl
    If you think that is a PR10 or PR9 link, I've got a bridge
    in New York you may be interested in.

    Paul
  • Profile picture of the author muftdagyan
    muftdagyan
    i don't think this will gonna work but i should try it.
  • Profile picture of the author drvosjeca
    drvosjeca
    I have a full list of PR8 and PR9 sites, but your profile link will not be that high PR, but you will get some link juice...
  • Profile picture of the author Tony Dean
    Tony Dean
    Some of the online newspapers and trade magazines have a place for comments about articles published, very often they are high page rank sites. Just mention that you are the owner of www.domain.com and Google will find it.

    Sometimes the comments get 'moderated', sometimes not!
  • Profile picture of the author darren13
    darren13
    Sitecrawler, do you think this will really work. I tend to agree with paulgl.
  • Profile picture of the author designerjack
    designerjack
    Originally Posted by paulgl View Post
    If you think that is a PR10 or PR9 link, I've got a bridge
    in New York you may be interested in.

    Paul
    Hes right... just because the domain name of Google is PR10.
    Doesn't mean your link is ranked on PR 10. It's just your link
    is on a PR10 site, which very rarely will ever effect your PR
    even if the dofollow feature is on..
  • Profile picture of the author mikekhen
    mikekhen
    Nice information, I'm not the only one who will benefit from your information.
  • Profile picture of the author sitecrawler
    sitecrawler
    Originally Posted by darren13 View Post
    Sitecrawler, do you think this will really work. I tend to agree with paulgl.

    Any backlink from this kind of sites it is worth it to try.
  • Profile picture of the author JasonWright
    JasonWright
    I believe flickr is a no-follow, also if your website is placed on a website with a high page rank you will get the juice carried to your website, it has been proven.
  • Profile picture of the author nixproxy
    nixproxy
    What´s actual use of few PR9-10 backlinks? I think you will need a lot more before it will boost up your rankings in search engines.

    Just my 10 cents.
  • Profile picture of the author Cataclysm1987
    Cataclysm1987
    Originally Posted by nixproxy View Post
    What´s actual use of few PR9-10 backlinks? I think you will need a lot more before it will boost up your rankings in search engines.

    Just my 10 cents.
    Depends if it's on page PR or domain PR.

    Domain PR is pretty weak and really only serves to get your link indexed more effectively.

    On page PR, however, is super strong, and just handful of links like this can make a huge difference in your rankings. Hence services like this are so popular: Automatic Backlinks
  • Profile picture of the author Jonas Juul
    Jonas Juul
    Is there actually some of you who criticize this post who have tried this method before you post BS?.. And thanks for the information sitecrawler. I might try it and see if my new sites are getting juice this way.

    Originally Posted by Cataclysm1987 View Post
    Hence services like this are so popular: Automatic Backlinks
    This service seems pretty good. I will check it out and report in if it provides some nice juice for my site.

    Btw, do you know more of these services? Thanks!
  • Profile picture of the author Jonathan Beaton
    Jonathan Beaton
    Originally Posted by Jonas Juul View Post
    Is there actually some of you who criticize this post who have tried this method before you post BS?.. And thanks for the information sitecrawler. I might try it and see if my new sites are getting juice this way.



    This service seems pretty good. I will check it out and report in if it provides some nice juice for my site.

    Btw, do you know more of these services? Thanks!
    Yes, there are plenty of professional SEO's on this forum and anyone of them with a clue knows the OP is ridiculous.
  • Profile picture of the author TZ
    TZ
    Originally Posted by paulgl View Post
    If you think that is a PR10 or PR9 link, I've got a bridge
    in New York you may be interested in.

    Paul
    Uh.....ever hear of no-no-n0-follow?

    Those links don't count friend.

  • Profile picture of the author gittar1122
    gittar1122
    These are profile pages and these kind of backlinks add very less value to your site. But these can be used for 2nd or 3rd tier of linkbuilding campaign.
  • Profile picture of the author mm4rley
    mm4rley
    Doesn't the link need to be related to relevant content, if I am a florist and start posting comments on the NASA blogs I dont see how that would be relevant.
  • Profile picture of the author scott g
    scott g
    Originally Posted by TZ View Post
    Uh.....ever hear of no-no-n0-follow?

    Those links don't count friend.


    TZ have you been buried under a rock?! Of course NO FOLLOW BACKLINKS COUNT.

    So if you rank in the Google SERPs you're getting PR10 juice from the TLD (google.com) right?! B/c all those search results are DOFOLLOW.

    COME ON! Ridiculous guys...
  • Profile picture of the author TZ
    TZ
    Originally Posted by scott g View Post

    TZ have you been buried under a rock?! Of course NO FOLLOW BACKLINKS COUNT.

    So if you rank in the Google SERPs you're getting PR10 juice from the TLD (google.com) right?! B/c all those search results are DOFOLLOW.

    COME ON! Ridiculous guys...
    Nope. They don't count. Tested them for years.

    They will get you indexed in the SERPS, if that is what you mean by "counting".

    But as far as giving you PR Juice. No way.

    "you're getting PR10 juice from the TLD (google.com) right?!"

    Nope again. "Not so sure about your detective work there Lou" - Fargo.

    Certainly are NOT getting juice from SERP placement. You are getting spidered more from the SERPS which is great, and that can help you IF your content is up to snuff.......but PR juice? Uh uh.

    Now I have to go clean my rock. Getting moldy.

    Take it easy big fella. Still love ya and all.

    TZ
  • Profile picture of the author johnalex157
    johnalex157
    I tried this but google doesn't even recognise this link.. just a waste of time..
  • Profile picture of the author bermuda
    bermuda
    By checking out the stats of PR9 and 10 websites, I do not see such methods used because in order to reach such top level stages, a domain needs to have thousands of links, most of them coming from high PR pages like homepages of other authority sites. Besides, trying to reach the top of the chart may require years of constant link building and the task cannot be done very easily.

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