Free Backlinks Methods

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Hello, I have purchased some WSO'S here and am happy with the results I was getting with them.The service provided by Rob Fore, Angela and Paul all work just fine. But, I was sitting with some extra time on my hands and thought to do some research on the subject again and even dust off some old ebooks of mine. I found an older technique that still works and thought to bring it up to the surface again for those on a budget and some time to spare.

I just tried this technique and it still works. I have seo quake plugin and it said the links were not nofollow, so I guess that is what we all want. This idea has been on the net for awhile now and I am not the person who invented it by any means. OK, here goes...

I am sure that some of you who have been doing this awhile remember the oggix shoutbox linking system. I found that it still works and you still have to do the linking by hand, but you at least get the link.

In a Google search box type intext:"by.oggix.com" (<--- you can copy/paste from here and use all of it)

In the search results you will see many links, actually over 2 million.
You will want to visit each one(or until your fingers fall off) and look for the shoutbox. It will have a place for a name, a url, and a comment.
You can use anchor text in the url box, an appropriate comment of short length about the website, and your web name or keyword.
If you keep it clean in the comment sections of these sites and make an attempt to add something of value, then your links should stick for years to come. And from what I understand, links will show on all of the blogs pages, which may be a goldmine in and of itself.

And as a bonus, I found in these same search results a website that has some other resources that may be of help try uberlinkbuilding.com

I am not affiliated with them in any way, the info seemed to be free and no optins of any kind.

I hope this helps those warriors that need a few links to point to their new blog maybe and get the ball rolling.

Jim
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  • Profile picture of the author Lesley Huntley
    This looks interesting. The thing is with SEO quake is that it doesn't highlight links that are external nofollow, and I always thought this was the same as nofollow.

    Is there a way to check whether or not the links are external nofollow in the code? I couldn't seem to find anything within the code.

    Can anyone shed any light, or had experience with this?
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      • Profile picture of the author Jim Hudson
        It was an old method from 2 years ago. The old ebook may be outdated, but I was hoping that they had not shut it down. I am sorry if I get you all fired up only to find that the seo quake plugin shows dofollow, but I read somewhere that that there may be a nofollow from the main program like you said.
        I tried a few posts and I will see if they get picked up and provide a link.
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    Originally Posted by Jim Hudson View Post

    Hello, I have purchased some WSO'S here and am happy with the results I was getting with them.The service provided by Rob Fore, Angela and Paul all work just fine. But, I was sitting with some extra time on my hands and thought to do some research on the subject again and even dust off some old ebooks of mine. I found an older technique that still works and thought to bring it up to the surface again for those on a budget and some time to spare.

    I just tried this technique and it still works. I have seo quake plugin and it said the links were not nofollow, so I guess that is what we all want. This idea has been on the net for awhile now and I am not the person who invented it by any means. OK, here goes...

    I am sure that some of you who have been doing this awhile remember the oggix shoutbox linking system. I found that it still works and you still have to do the linking by hand, but you at least get the link.

    In a Google search box type intext:"by.oggix.com" (<--- you can copy/paste from here and use all of it)

    In the search results you will see many links, actually over 2 million.
    You will want to visit each one(or until your fingers fall off) and look for the shoutbox. It will have a place for a name, a url, and a comment.
    You can use anchor text in the url box, an appropriate comment of short length about the website, and your web name or keyword.
    If you keep it clean in the comment sections of these sites and make an attempt to add something of value, then your links should stick for years to come. And from what I understand, links will show on all of the blogs pages, which may be a goldmine in and of itself.

    And as a bonus, I found in these same search results a website that has some other resources that may be of help try uberlinkbuilding.com

    I am not affiliated with them in any way, the info seemed to be free and no optins of any kind.

    I hope this helps those warriors that need a few links to point to their new blog maybe and get the ball rolling.

    Jim
    the only problem with this method is you have to wait a few minutes between every shout... but that's just a minor obstacle. great great ressource either way. thank you so much! please share more great tips like this with us newbies. it means a lot!
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    • Profile picture of the author raviv
      Hi Lesley
      The tag rel=external nofollow is heeded by certain search engines but all the major ones use rel=nofollow. From the linked to site value in the a href attribute, all engines know if it is an external link or an internal link. So it really does not matter. In effect, the link is still a nofollow pointing to an external site.

      If you use Firefox, then you can download the QuirkSearchStatus plugin at SearchStatus | Firefox SEO Toolbar Extension | Download

      Once installed you can find it on the bottom of the browser leaning middle to the right. It looks like @ symbol but the a is replace by q

      Go to the web site you want and right click the Quirk icon and select Highlight Nofollow Links. You can see the nofollow links highlighted in pink color.

      If you are very specific about finding the number of external nofollow links, right click and select Link Report. You can see the number of external nofollowed links.

      TO return to normal mode, select Highlight Nofollow Links again. You dont have to look in the source code anymore.

      Jim, thanks a lot for this old but gold tip on oggix.com
      Best
      Raviv
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  • Profile picture of the author dake
    Originally Posted by Jim Hudson View Post

    Hello, I have purchased some WSO'S here and am happy with the results I was getting with them.The service provided by Rob Fore, Angela and Paul all work just fine. But, I was sitting with some extra time on my hands and thought to do some research on the subject again and even dust off some old ebooks of mine. I found an older technique that still works and thought to bring it up to the surface again for those on a budget and some time to spare.

    I just tried this technique and it still works. I have seo quake plugin and it said the links were not nofollow, so I guess that is what we all want. This idea has been on the net for awhile now and I am not the person who invented it by any means. OK, here goes...

    I am sure that some of you who have been doing this awhile remember the oggix shoutbox linking system. I found that it still works and you still have to do the linking by hand, but you at least get the link.

    In a Google search box type intext:"by.oggix.com" (<--- you can copy/paste from here and use all of it)

    In the search results you will see many links, actually over 2 million.
    You will want to visit each one(or until your fingers fall off) and look for the shoutbox. It will have a place for a name, a url, and a comment.
    You can use anchor text in the url box, an appropriate comment of short length about the website, and your web name or keyword.
    If you keep it clean in the comment sections of these sites and make an attempt to add something of value, then your links should stick for years to come. And from what I understand, links will show on all of the blogs pages, which may be a goldmine in and of itself.

    And as a bonus, I found in these same search results a website that has some other resources that may be of help try uberlinkbuilding.com

    I am not affiliated with them in any way, the info seemed to be free and no optins of any kind.

    I hope this helps those warriors that need a few links to point to their new blog maybe and get the ball rolling.

    Jim
    Thanks for highlighting the steps here. I was looking for this technique of link building since I had forgotten how to access such links. Now I know. Thanks to you
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  • Profile picture of the author JosephVi
    I've read some information related to this techniques and it seems that there is no link juice to your website by leaving a link there.But if you find the site that related to your niche,you might get sime visitors.
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