Best Ways to Build Free Authority Backlinks By Commenting On Dofollow Blog

Blog commenting on relevant niche blogs is a very effective way to build relevant one way backlinks to your blog

Search engines love blogs, and backlinks posted on authority blogs will give you instant search engine “juice”, with very little work involved.

When it comes to generating backlinks with blogs, you need to:

1) Find blogs that provide a ‘do follow’ (the only kind of blogs where a link back to your site will count as a “vote”.)

2) You explore and read the blog and then you make an insightful, useful or relevant comment to the post that is likely to be approved by the blog’s administrator.

3) Include your backlink with relevant anchor text on the blog.

4) Rinse & Repeat You can include your backlink within the website URL attached to your post as well as within your actual comment box (if permitted). When creating your backlink, make sure that you use anchor text to
describe the website where you are directing people to. To do this, you need to include a bit of HTML code to create your backlink with anchor text

You want to make sure that you include relevant keywords within your actual anchor text so that you can rank for specific keywords.

One thing to keep in mind as well is that you should never use keywords that are already a part of your website title or domain name but instead, focus on including keywords that you hope to rank for but are not already optimized or included on your own site.

For example, if I were leaving a comment in order to generate a backlink to the website www.Golf-Tips-For-Newbies.com the keywords included within my actual backlink would instead include alternative keywords that are relevant to my target audience, such as Golf Beginner Strategies “How To Improve Your Golf Swing”, which would direct people from the blog that I posted on to a specific post on my own website.

When searching for blogs to post your comments on (and build your backlink campaign), you should always focus on relevant blogs that carry the same or similar theme as your own website.

Since you will not only generate traffic from the increased exposure within the search engines, you will also attract attention from blog visitors who read your post, you want to make sure that you spend your time posting on blogs that are likely to draw in targeted visitors.

QUICK START TIPS TO BACKLINKS WITH BLOGS

1) Download the free Firefox plugin available from SEO Quake and use it to locate blogs that allow backlinks (dofollow):

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/collection/seo-tools

2) Create a keyword swipe file of relevant keywords and phrases relating to your niche market that you can use within your blog comments.

3) Create individual pages on your website that feature high quality content and articles that are likely to attract attention from visitors to the blogs that you post your comments on. If you take the time to create articles that offer information on specific topics and then post a comment (and leave a link) on related blogs, you will be able to begin generating targeted traffic faster and easier than if you post on unrelated blogs OR direct people to a “money” page (salespage).

4) Focus on posting your comments on blogs that contain a higher page rank than your own site. A blog with a page rank of 3-5 will offer a higher value backlink than a low (unestablished) blog. You can determine
the blog’s page rank by using the SEO Quake plugin.

5) The Top Commentators plugin offers frequent blog visitors with the opportunity to be showcased on every page of the blog, as a way of thanking you for your contributions. Consider including as many blogs
that feature this plugin as possible and if you end up being in the top commentators listing, your website will be featured site-wide, generating a backlink from each and every page on the blog!

3 Reasons Why Your Comments Get Deleted From Other Blogs While commenting

Have you ever written what you thought was a positive, timely comment to a blog you like, only to never see it appear? … Or worse… see it on the blog for a day or two, then have it disappear?

Most likely it’s nothing to worry about. Blog owners don’t check their “comments to be approved” section for days, or they hit the wrong button when deleting potential spam (we’ve probably all realized that a split
second too late, we just deleted a favourite follower’s post by mistake).

But if it happens to you frequently, check to see if you’re making these unwitting mistakes…

1. Leaving incredibly short, vague comments.
You may have been totally sincere when you wrote: “Cool blog! I’m so glad I discovered this site!” but unfortunately, that’s exactly what spammers do.

FIX: Leave comments that contribute to the conversation. Reference some specific point you agreed or disagreed with in the post. Offer an alternative viewpoint, elaborate a little more (providing you know some
fact that adds to the post value). And if you really can’t think of anything to say but: “Oh Wow! I love your
blog!” – it’s really not worth commenting at all, kindly though your sentiments may be.

2. You’ve accidentally violated a rule.
For example, including a link in your comment, when the blog’s guidelines say “no URLS in comments”; or you’ve used aggressive or crude language and offended the shy owner of the Warhammer blog with your raunchy old lady knitting comments.

3. You’ve just posted something extremely dazzling that makes the poster
look bad – especially if he’s a direct competitor.

This is called “not being very smart” in the real world, and is akin to beating the boss at golf.
Fortunately, it doesn’t happen too often… but if you can shake your competitor so badly that he stoops to deleting or not acknowledging your comment – you won’t need much help in the near future with your linking
efforts!

Here’s a tip – if you hate the thought of visiting a huge array of blogs typing comments till you’re blue in the face, consider getting Dragon Naturally Speaking. That way you can actually speak your comment and
then edit it and it will sound far more human.

If you allow blog comments on your site, which is something that I recommend, you need to follow the advice below.

Blog comment spammers are all over the place. A lot of blog owners will just allow any comment from any url at all without thinking. Firstly, make sure that any blog you own has the free anti spam plugin known as
Akismet. This will capture a lot of your spam comments. Then make sure you read individual comments before approving them to make sure that it’s a quality comment from a quality site – the more targeted it is to your
site the better.

Video Tutorial Help on How to Add Your Site to Google Webmaster Tools and Get Your Site Page Ranked and Indexed

Google Webmaster Central is a great place for webmasters and the most popular thing from webmaster central is the Google Webmaster Tools. This is a perfect place for the webmasters to analyze and improve the website performance. This tool also allow you to control the activity of Google bot over your website. You can control the crawling speed, target a specific geographic location and remove URLs from Google search index etc. The main features of this tool includes, Showing the page impressions, how much traffic the site gets from Google search, The best and worst performing keywords, the number of URLs indexed by Google, the crawling errors faced by Google bot, number of back-links achieved, internal links and so many things that you should know.

Here is  Google Webmasters Tools Verification Help (Youtube Featured Video) – Step by Step Guide

How  To Add and Verify Blogger Blogspot.com Blog On Google Webmasters Tools

If your are having a blogger blogspot.com blog, here is how to use the Google Webmaster Tools to crawl, index and have your blog pages/posts get ranked easily.

 

Its very simple to signup for a Google Webmaster Tools if you have a Google account. Your Gmail account is also a Google account. I am sure you have a Google account. If no, then create one. Its free and take very less time. The first requirment in Google Webmaster tools is the Google account and the 2nd one is to verify the website at Google Webmaster Tools. This is the topic we are going discuss in this first post of Google Webmaster Tools Guide.

How to Add Your Website to Google Webmaster Tool?

1. Browse to Webmaster Tools www.google.com/webmasters/tools/
2. Sign in to the site using your Google account user name and password.
3. The next page will be the Home page and you can add your website on this page.
4. Click on the button “Add a site “. A small box will appaear and enter the URL of the website you wish to add into Google Webmaster tools and click ” Continue ” button.

The next page will take you to the verification Processes. Follow the steps bellow to Verify your website at Google Webmaster Tools.

How to Verify Your Website at Google Webmaster Tools?

There are four different methods to verify your ownership of the added domain at Google Webmaster tools. This may makes the process little complex, but it is very important for Google to be sure about the owner of a website. It will not provide any data related to website traffic, top performing Keywords to anynomus. So be sure that your data is safe and only you can access them after verifying the ownership process.

The four ways to prove your ownership at Google are :

1. Adding a DNS record to your domain’s configuration.
2. Linking your Google Analytics account.
3. Uploading an HTML file to your server.
4. Adding a meta tag to your site’s home page.

Verifying the website by adding a DNS record to your domain’s configuration.

Select this option if you have got any idea about DNS Records. This process is little technical, and you can complete this if you follow the instructions carefully.

Click on the Radio button “Add a DNS record to your domain’s configuration” Find the drop-down list given bellow to that page . You can find 8 domain name registars list. If you had booked your domain using one of those registars, select that. You can find the step by step instructions to complete the processes. If you don’t see your registar, choose the option “Other”. This will show you the general ways to do this job. If you had purchased the domain using Google apps, your domain registar will be “Godaddy” or “ eNom”.

After everything is done, click on the “Verify” button.

Verifying the website by Linking to your Google Analytics account

If you are using the Google Analytics service for your website you can use this option to very your domain ownership. However this option needs you to be the aministrator of the Google Analytics account.When you choose this option and click on the “Verify” button, it will search the active Google analytics tracking code on the index page of the website and check that tracking code with your analytics account. If both matches and you are the administrator of that analytics account, You are done.

Verifying the website by Uploading an HTML file to your server

When you select the radio button given for the option “Upload an HTML file to your server”, You can see the instructions will be shown bellow that page. Follow those instruction and download the given HTML verification file. Upload that HTML file to the root of your website.Upon successful upload, click the “Verify” button.Now it will search and find that file on your website and you are done with the verification process.

Verifying the website by adding a meta tag to your site’s home page

Meta tags are used to communicate with Search Engines. And if you select the radio button to add a meta tag to your site’s home page in order to verify the ownership, then it will show you the meta tag. Just Copy that meta tag and paste it in the header section within the tags.You need to get access to the header file or index file in order to do this job. After completing the above steps, click on the “Verify
button.

If having any difficulties whatsoever adding your website to google webmaster tools verification for better pagerank SEO success and indexing your site quickly, just watch the tutorial step-by-step video above