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Unread 5th Apr 2009, 10:01 PM   #1
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Here are a few sites to use for some high PR backlinks. Some allow anchor text.

MySQL Forge :: Dashboard
http://slideshare.net
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Down By The Hipster - Down By The Hipster
2Checkout.com - Merchant Account / Credit Card Processing Alternative
igooi - Social Bookmark Service, Save your web findings, Share your interests
kirtsy / Popular
IMEEM - what's on your playlist?

No special order. Some are comments, some you add in profile.

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Thanks, Matt!

You can never have enough Backlinks.

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Thanks Matt, this is always good stuff for us newbies.
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Hi Matt,

Thanks for posting these. I take it you're using these sites?

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Thanks for sharing Matt.

I know that I for one need to work on getting higher pr back links to my home page. This will for sure help me get started.

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Hi Folks,

Thanks for sharing. Its all about backlinks.......ask yourself everyday what you did today to get backlinks for your site?

If you cant answer that questions......then get to work

I sometimes find people hanging too much in forums and not working their business........forums should be part of your overall marketing campaign not all of it..LOL

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Blog commenting and article marketing really helps as well

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Which are still "backlinks"

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Yup . Posting to sites like Tumblr, Live Journal, Squidoo and Hubpages work great in building backlinks too. But, you're not going to get high PR from them.

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Originally Posted by Jeff Casmer View Post

Hi Folks,

Thanks for sharing. Its all about backlinks.......ask yourself everyday what you did today to get backlinks for your site?

If you cant answer that questions......then get to work

I sometimes find people hanging too much in forums and not working their business........forums should be part of your overall marketing campaign not all of it..LOL

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Agreed - its all about hte backlinks - and the SPEED by which you can get em done. Its tedious work ...

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Yes Alan....which includes blog commenting on mine, which is dofollow, Top Commentator, Commentluv, Top Commentator award etc. Strangely I don't see many pipsters coming to my blog to comment to get backlinks - excluding you Alan of course and just a few others.. Don't having more backlinks interest them anymore? LOL!

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Originally Posted by Peter Lee View Post

Yes Alan....which includes blog commenting on mine, which is dofollow, Top Commentator, Commentluv, Top Commentator award etc. Strangely I don't see many pipsters coming to my blog to comment to get backlinks - excluding you Alan of course and just a few others.. Don't having more backlinks interest them anymore? LOL!
LOL... yeah, who knows. It helps that your blog is well established. Blog commenting takes much less time than writing an article, so when I don't have the time I'll look for interesting posts to comment on. I usually end up learning a thing or two as well.

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Originally Posted by Peter Lee View Post

Yes Alan....which includes blog commenting on mine, which is dofollow, Top Commentator, Commentluv, Top Commentator award etc. Strangely I don't see many pipsters coming to my blog to comment to get backlinks - excluding you Alan of course and just a few others.. Don't having more backlinks interest them anymore? LOL!

Stop it Peter, your breaking my heart LOL, I guess I must be one of the 'few others' as I have commented on your blog before but by pure coincidence I have just posted another comment a couple of hours back, backlinks are very important and we should all visit each others blogs!!

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Every few weeks Ill hit blog commenting pretty hard and notice my back links sky rocket due to the top commentors plug in. However, if I take a few days off I notice all those backlinks wash away.

I have no idea how this affects my pr or rankings in the search engines but I think I am more drawn to the set it and forget it business model where I don't have to leave comments every single day to keep those back links.

Also I use article marketing as my main from of promotion and I can't seem to break PageRank 0 even with the thousands of back links I have. I just assumed that my page rank would go up as my back links went up...guess not. Any ideas?

My pages are ranking great in Google and I am getting decent daily traffic from them so I guess Im not too concerned. As Jeff said, "PR doesnt pay the bills." But Id love to be able to sell some advertising spots and thats hard to do with a PR 0.

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Originally Posted by Matt Helphrey View Post

Every few weeks Ill hit blog commenting pretty hard and notice my back links sky rocket due to the top commentors plug in. However, if I take a few days off I notice all those backlinks wash away.

I have no idea how this affects my pr or rankings in the search engines but I think I am more drawn to the set it and forget it business model where I don't have to leave comments every single day to keep those back links.

Also I use article marketing as my main from of promotion and I can't seem to break PageRank 0 even with the thousands of back links I have. I just assumed that my page rank would go up as my back links went up...guess not. Any ideas?

My pages are ranking great in Google and I am getting decent daily traffic from them so I guess Im not too concerned. As Jeff said, "PR doesnt pay the bills." But Id love to be able to sell some advertising spots and thats hard to do with a PR 0.

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Don't get too caught up counting backlinks. Some blog comments will show as 1 backlink in yahoo's checker and some will show as 300. The first link is likely more valuable than links 2 to 300. I spread my backlinking work over lots of methods but love blog commenting because you can get 1 backlink in 1 minute. Its one of the fastest manual methods around!

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