Blog commenting for SEO is one of the most frequently asked questions by beginner bloggers who actually don’t know how to properly do comments on other blog for SEO purposes to gain more traffic, exposure and search engine rankings? Blog commenting is great if you do it properly and you can benefit a lot from it but for this you have to follow certain rules otherwise your whole effort will result in waste of time.
Blog commenting is one of the easiest way to get backlinks to a new or old website. In fact, an effective blog commenting strategy will make sure your backlink graph remains constant or go up with time.
Though, when we talk about making most out of your blog commenting strategy, we here talking about few things:
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Welcome to 147 backlinks for maximum Google traffic.
In this video we will be discussing the following three points:
1. How the exact same link can either harm or help you.
2. Applying the new rules of link building
3. backlinks, backlinks and more backlinks
So let's get started.
The main concept here is to get high quality links from authority sites in order to generate more traffic. However, in order to assist your links further, it is vital that you acquire them from related niches too… i.e. if your site is on photography, then it makes sense to get links from photography sites.
It is also important to remember that Google wants links for people and not for rankings. If Google detects that the majority of links are explicitly to manipulate rankings (either algorithmically or manually), then it will either ignore those links or worse, reduce your rankings.
In order to maximise your link building efforts (get the best ranking results, while spending the least amount of time, money and effort), you will want to get as many "good natural links" as possible.
So what does Google look for in links in order to determine relevance?
– Having a relevant title
– Placing relevant sub-headlines describing your topic
– Having a relevant video, sound, photo (if applicable)
– Making extensive use of popular, relevant tags (many sites use tags to inter-link their content). Google likes relevant internal and external links.
So now that we get the concept of building high quality, relevant links for humans, we need to look at an other aspect that assists with passing the maximum amount of juice through the links, which is having the best on-page requirements surrounding your backlink. This essentially means that the content surrounding the your backlink(s) needs to be of a good quality.
Here are Google's minimum on-page requirements:
– Original (not spun or duplicate) content.
– Minimum 450 words
– Minimum 1 relevant link (internal or external)
– Minimum 1 sub-headline
– Minimum 1 relevant image (unique)
To find out more on maximising your on-page quality score, take a look at this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-OwB3FYaaQ&t=309s
Thank you and hope you enjoy the video and your new list of 147 places to add your backlinks.
In today's video, you're going to learn more about private blog networks and their ability to rank money websites in SEO.
Now to this day, people have been using PBN's to rank their websites by sending links to one domain in an effort to power op their SEO rankings. But many may wonder, does building out a private blog network actually result in positive SEO rankings? Or does it damage SEO rankings in 2019?
In the video I cover what you can do to detect a private blog network, why people use them, and the key components to building one if you plan on artificially boosting your SEO results (not recommended).
At the end of the day there are much better ways to acquire high quality links from websites with real traffic, there is no need to build a PBN network. You can use guest posting strategies to generate more traffic from websites that are relevant to yours.
For those who have a local business and can't find unique ways to build links, you may want to make the investment into your own PBN. But for digital marketing agencies selling SEO as a service, it would be to time intensive and risky to build a PBN network. This becomes apparent especially because of the relevancy scores in Google's algorithm. To find relevant links for each and every vertical would be difficult to do.
If you are going to make the investment into a private blog network, make sure you're investing in expensive domains with high trust flow and website traffic. The easiest way for Google to discover your private blog network is by making a website that has no purpose online only with the goal of powering up another website. This means create a purpose for your PBN and don't create it just to manipulate results as Google is coming down on that hard in the years to come.
Also understand the anchor text ratio, using PBN's allows you to create your own anchor texts for your target website which is said to be 20% of Google rankings according to a study done by MOZ: https://moz.com/local-search-ranking-factors
Be careful to not over optimize your anchor text, doing so will result in a penalized website due to Google's spam filters in their PENGUIN algorithm: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Penguin
If you have any more questions regarding SEO and PBN networks, head over to my website and send me a message: https://develomark.com/