High PR do follow blogs to comment on

by adamreilly1997 14 replies
Hi guys I would like to know how I can find a list of high pro do follow blogs to comment on. Is their a tool, or do I have to find them manually?

Thanks.
#search engine optimization #blogs #comment #follow #high
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  • Profile picture of the author TheArticlePros
    The best ones are the ones you find manually because, chances are, there aren't a lot of other IM'ers using them.

    And if you put together 10 or so, you can sell them as a WSO and make some quick pocket money too!

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  • Profile picture of the author adamreilly1997
    How much money would be quick pocket money? I just found a tool called do follow diver its a do follow search engine site, would you guys recommend it?
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    • Profile picture of the author TheArticlePros
      Originally Posted by adamreilly1997 View Post

      How much money would be quick pocket money? I just found a tool called do follow diver its a do follow search engine site, would you guys recommend it?
      Let's put it like this: If you come up with a list of blogs like that and can provide verifiable information, I'll help you promote it.

      I've never heard of that tool/site/thingamabob, so I can't tell you.

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      • Profile picture of the author adamreilly1997
        Originally Posted by JaRyCu View Post

        Let's put it like this: If you come up with a list of blogs like that and can provide verifiable information, I'll help you promote it.

        I've never heard of that tool/site/thingamabob, so I can't tell you.

        -- j
        If you're serious about that I'd like to take you up on that offer I could put together a list of do-follow blogs, social bookmarking sites and what ever else you think I should add.

        I have absolutely no experience in making my own product, but I have experience in affiliate marketing so I could help promote the product.
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  • Profile picture of the author dadamson
    To actually do this yourself and tap into blogs that aren't publicized on the internet and saturated already you will need to download a copy of SEOQuake (free software).

    Allow it to show information next to each search result in Google (I believe it will automatically do this without any tweaking).

    Next, go to the 'Advanced' link in Google and show the maximum search results (think it's 100) on the results page.

    Now enter your search query, you might like to use something similar to this:

    "my website topic" inurl:blog

    This exact search will show all sites which contain the text "my website topic" and include the word "blog" in the URL.

    Using the icons provided by SEOQuake in the results you can filter by highest PR, this will give you high PR blogs.

    Next you need to download a plugin for FireFox called NoDoFollow. With this plugin you can have all links highlighted Green for DoFollow and Red for NoFollow. This will help you understand what links the webmaster is using.

    I have actually written a complete guide on the process in my Warrior Blogroll: http://www.warriorforum.com/blogs/dadamson/
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    • Profile picture of the author adamreilly1997
      Originally Posted by dadamson View Post

      To actually do this yourself and tap into blogs that aren't publicized on the internet and saturated already you will need to download a copy of SEOQuake (free software).

      Allow it to show information next to each search result in Google (I believe it will automatically do this without any tweaking).

      Next, go to the 'Advanced' link in Google and show the maximum search results (think it's 100) on the results page.

      Now enter your search query, you might like to use something similar to this:

      "my website topic" inurl:blog

      This exact search will show all sites which contain the text "my website topic" and include the word "blog" in the URL.

      Using the icons provided by SEOQuake in the results you can filter by highest PR, this will give you high PR blogs.

      Next you need to download a plugin for FireFox called NoDoFollow. With this plugin you can have all links highlighted Green for DoFollow and Red for NoFollow. This will help you understand what links the webmaster is using.

      I have actually written a complete guide on the process in my Warrior Blogroll: WarriorForum - Internet Marketing Forums - dadamson
      Very helpful to me, thanks!
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      • Profile picture of the author dadamson
        Originally Posted by adamreilly1997 View Post

        Very helpful to me, thanks!
        No probs, you can use this exact method to find pages and present them as a small WSO product.

        If you plan on doing this though, please put a limit on the number of people you sell the same list too. If it gets saturated it will severely hurt the SEO.
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  • Profile picture of the author Andyhenry
    Yes - As J said.

    Find them yourself.

    If you buy a list - it'll have been used by lots of people and will more likely get you a Google slap than be a help to you.

    Whenever people sell these types of lists - Google often finds them, blacklists the destination and slaps anyone who joins the sheep that are abusing them for link manipulation.
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  • Profile picture of the author STLSEO
    SEOquake extension for Chrome is quite handy too.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rian
    Agreed, making use of existing lists may hurt you in the long run when looking at Google.

    Instead, go to Google, do a manual search on the topic(s) you intend to promote your site. Look for blogs between the results and post on the blogs found in Google results.

    Not only is this better, but these are blogs often read by many people using Google and could offer some good traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author Simmeon
    Sure you can scrape blogs that have high PR.

    But you better be leaving a real comment on the post, an not some automated spam crap.
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  • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
    Your best bet is to use a tool like Scrapebox to find them yourself. Obviously this can be time consuming, so your next best bet is to purchase a list. HOWEVER, a lot of people are selling junk "auto approve" lists that are endlessly spammed to death.

    When it comes to blog commenting, avoid automated tools. Instead, leave legitimate comments on high quality, moderated blogs. You're playing with fire if you're leaving links to your site(s) on pages that are spammed to death.
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