Ultimate List of Ideas – Guide To build “High Quality” Backlinks

Backlinks for our site {to be exact they are certain pages} that are ranked by Google according to the number of “Quality Links” pointing to your site. There are numerous sites that list number of ways to get links, but the way SHOUTMELOUD folks has put it together, is admirable.

The article is simple without images or videos, a plain LOOONG list, with links fully embeded through out the article, ALSO ALSO very important, there page load speed is fast, so you wont be left WAITING.

 

 

Get the FULL article here —

Ultimate List of Ideas – To get “High Quality” Backlinks

 

What you will LEARN here –

Real Genuine Ideas, —- even noobs like me can put them to practice,

Updates the list, — some methods no longer work as Harsh Agarawal  {Tweet Mr Harsh Agarwal here} and many experts say,

Lists of Link Building sites, —- forums, directories, infographics etc

Lists EVERY POSSIBLE way —- if it is even slightly black hat and he honestly accepts it,

i have even employed couple of ways listed by him in this short 100 word article —-
its for you to find them???

 

 

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20 Free ways to get clever Backlinks in 2017

 

 

100+ High PR DoFollow Forum Sites — in 2017

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is one of the common and effective ways to get high quality backlinks to your site or blog. But it is not too easy to get some Dofollow backlink from High Page Rank (PR) forums because most of the High Page Rank forums are nofollow. So you need to find some High Page Rank (PR) Dofollow Forum Sites that are similar to your blog/site niche. You must write some informative post on those forums and insert your blog link to those posts.
A few days ago, I wrote a post on List of Top 20 High PR DoFollow Forums to Increase Backlinksbut I think you need more forum list to find a proper forum according to your niche. So I’m going to share Top 100 High Page Rank (PR) Dofollow Forum Site List 2014 and you will find here almost all forums are active and easy to get backlinks.
100 High Page Rank (PR) Dofollow Forum Site List 2014
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http://www.sba.gov/community
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http://www.forums.mysql.com
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http://www.flickr.com/help/forum
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04
http://www.addthis.com/forum
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05
http://www.bbpress.org/forums
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06
http://www.forums.cnet.com
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07
http://www.chronicle.com/forums
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08
http://www.flagcounter.boardhost.com/
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09
http://www.ckeditor.com/forums
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10
http://www.forum.joomla.org
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11
http://www.answers.microsoft.com/
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12
http://www.careerbuilder.com
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13
http://www.claroline.net/forum
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14
http://www.gardenweb.com
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15
http://online.wsj.com/community
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16
http://www.forums.cpanel.net
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17
https://forum.filezilla-project.org
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18
http://forum.siteground.com
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19
https://forums.digitalpoint.com
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20
http://www.ewebdiscussion.com
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21
http://www.bookforum.com
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22
http://forums.hostgator.com
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23
http://forums.searchenginewatch.com
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24
https://www.phpbb.com/community
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25
http://www.accessifyforum.com
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26
http://www.mathforum.org
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27
http://forum.videolan.org
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28
http://forum.statcounter.com/vb
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29
http://forum.parallels.com/forum.php
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http://www.000webhost.com/forum
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http://www.spiegel.de/forum
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http://www.oracle.com/us/community/index.html
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http://forums.photobucket.com
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http://www.wrensoft.com/forum
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http://arch.designcommunity.com/
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http://forums.mozilla.or.kr
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http://forums.mozillazine.org
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http://forum.wordreference.com
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http://community.skype.com
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http://www.myspace.com/forums
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http://galleryproject.org/forum
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http://forum.videolan.org
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http://ubuntuforums.org
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http://www.alice.org/community
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http://www.city-data.com/forum
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http://www.chinalanguage.com/forums
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http://www.eubusiness.com/discussion
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http://www.ozzu.com
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http://www.gardenweb.com
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http://www.webhostingtalk.com
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http://www.webmasterworld.com
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http://message.snopes.com
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http://forum.audacityteam.org
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54
http://www.smallbusinessbrief.com/forum
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http://forums.businessweek.com
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http://forums.gentoo.org
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http://forum.maxthon.com
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http://forums.omnigroup.com
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http://forums.searchenginewatch.com
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http://forums.yourkit.com
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http://www.businessmodelhub.com/forum
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http://boards.core77.com
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http://seoforums.org
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http://forums.spry.com
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http://www.forum.uni-hannover.de
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http://forum.wpde.org
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http://forum.wordreference.com
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http://forums.metacafe.com/
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http://forums.allaboutjazz.com
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70
http://forums.foxitsoftware.com
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http://forums.lablit.com
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72
http://www.businessadviceforum.com
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http://www.highrankings.com/forum
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http://forums.iggsoft.com
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http://forums.seochat.com
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http://forum.submitexpress.com
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77
http://sitepoint.com/forums
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http://forums.mydigitallife.info
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79
http://www.v7n.com/forums
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https://forums.digitalpoint.com
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81
http://forums.delphiforums.com
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http://forum.newsgator.com
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http://www.bloggerforum.com
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http://bloggeries.com/forum
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http://websitebabble.com
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http://www.vbseo.com/f4
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http://forum.submitexpress.com
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http://www.rss-forum.de
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http://www.htmlforums.com
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http://www.jazzylook.com
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http://www.techmanik.com
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http://www.textiledegree.com
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http://forums.afterdawn.com
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http://www.dnforum.com
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http://forum.notebookreview.com
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http://www.techsupportforum.com
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http://codingforums.com
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http://www.techimo.com
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http://forum.domaingo.de
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http://www.webhostingcommunity.com
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Deep Broken Link Building: Extraction Two Levels Deep


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Deep Broken Link Building: Extraction Two Levels Deep


Broken link building is when you find a broken link on someone’s page, tell them about it and then suggest your link as a replacement.
DEEP broken link building is when you go one level deeper and find EVERY site linking to the same broken link and reach out to them too.
So let’s go deeper…

Deep Broken Link Building VIDEO Tutorial

In the video below I’m going to take you on a journey through the entire deep broken link building process, from extraction to outreach using the best tools for broken link building: Ahrefs, Screaming Frog SEO Spiderand BuzzStream.
You’re about to go two levels deep, where you’ll find HUNDREDS of broken links in MINUTES and open Pandora’s Box to LIMITLESS link building opportunities.
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Tools used in order of appearance:

Here’s the FULL TRANSCRIPT and an explanation for each step of the process:

 

 

What is deep broken link building?

Broken link building is when you find a broken link on someone’s page, tell them about it and then suggest your link as a replacement.
DEEP broken link building is when you go one step further and find every site linking to the same broken link and reach out to them too!

You’re about to learn:

  • How to find hundreds of broken links in minutes using the SEO Spider tool
  • Get a list of all the sites linking to them using Ahrefs
  • Decide which of those sites you WANT links from
  • And reach out to them instantly with BuzzStream!

 

 

Case Study: LaminateFloorBlog.com

For the purpose of this broken link building tutorial I’ve created a little niche site called LaminateFloorBlog.com:
My niche site about laminate flooring
You see, I used to be in the laminate flooring industry back when I was working in China, so I know A LOT about the industry!
The particular page I want to build links to is all about cleaning laminate floors the right way. (Incase you were wondering, the right way is with microfiber mops ;))
Let’s get started!

Links pages are the best place to hunt for broken links

Use a Google search like, keyword inurl:links, to find hundreds of links pages in SECONDS:
Google keyword inurl links
Set search setting to 100 results per page and use the Simple Google Results bookmarklet to get results in plain list format (you’ll want to add the bookmarklet to your browser):
Simple Google Results Bookmarklet
As you can see, the Simple Google Results bookmarklet lists Google’s results in plain listing so you can grab them in SECONDS:
Plain Listing of Google Results
Some of the URLs might be duplicate URLs from the same site. To remove duplicates, use 51 Blocks’ Remove Duplicate Hostnames tool:
Remove Duplicate Hostnames Using Ontolo
And copy the results:
Deduped List of Hostnames Ready to Copy
Now we’re going to use Ahrefs to help sort through the list of URLs and quickly remove any sites not worth crawling for broken links.
Go to Ahrefs’ Batch Analysis tool:
Ahrefs Labs Batch Analysis Tool
Paste in the de-duped list and hit Start Analysis:
Click Start Analysis
Then export the results to Excel and remove all columns except Target and Domain Rank:
Remove All Columns Except for Target and Domain Rank
Repeat for 2nd and 3rd page of Google’s results, or as long as results are still relevant, e.g. page #3 of Google is still showing flooring links pages:
Results are Still Relevant on Google Page 3
Copy Target and Domain Rank from each set of 100 results and paste them into the first Excel.
Select all and sort by Domain Rank.
Sorting by Domain Rank puts unique domains and sites like Pinterest at the top of the list as you’ll want to delete these because they’ll take too long to crawl for broken links:
Sort List by Domain Rank to Remove Sites Like Pinterest and Facebook
The finished product is lots of relevant links pages :)
Copy all the Target URLs from the Excel and use 51 Blocks’ Remove Duplicate Hostnames tool to de-dupe the list again to make sure we don’t waste time crawling duplicate URLs!
Paste the de-duped list into a text editor and Save As a .txt file:
Save As a Text File Using Text Editor

Crawling for Broken Links with the SEO Spider

It’s time to use Screaming Frog SEO Spiderto find all the broken links on those pages!
In Screaming Frog SEO Spider choose List as the Mode:
In Screaming Frog Choose List Mode
Then, go to Configuration > Spider and check these boxes:
Only Check These Boxes in Screaming Frog
Once you’ve checked those, limit the search depth to 1:
Limit Search Depth to 1
Choose the .txt file you want to crawl (in the video example it was flooringlinks.txt) and click Start:
Start the Crawl with SEO Spider
Grab a beer whilst it crawls :)
When it gets to 100%, export all the 4xx links by going to Advanced Export > Client Error (4xx) In Links:
Export Client Error 4xx Links

The SEO Spider found hundreds of broken links:
Screaming Frog Found Hundreds of Broken Links
At this point you can either just reach out to the people who own those links pages and fix their broken links:
Links Pages with Broken Links
Or…go DEEPER and find ALL the sites that are linking to these broken links and reach out to them too:
All the Broken Links Found by Screaming Frog
So let’s go deeper and find ALL the sites linking to those broken pages.
Because there are a lot of duplicate URLs you’ll need to use Ontolo’s Remove Duplicate Items tool. (This is different to the Remove Duplicate Hostnames tool, because it doesn’t remove different URLs from the same site):
Remove Duplicate Items this Time
Copy the de-duped list, open a new Excel and paste:
De Duped List in Excel
Delete URLs that don’t fit, e.g. unrelated to your niche, directories, etc. (Because there’s no point in pitching your link if it’s totally unrelated to the broken link).
Once you’re done select all, copy, paste into Ahrefs’ Batch Analysis tool and hit Start Analysis.
You can now quickly see which of the broken links have the most referring domains linking to them and make fast decisions about which opportunities you want to pursue:
Ahrefs List of Batch Analysis Results
Sort by Referring Domains and look for a good match with lots of referring domains:
Sort the List by Referring Domains
I started with this one on Armstrong.com because it had lots of referring domains:
Armstrong Has Lots of Referring Domains
and Armstrong is a HUGE supplier of laminate flooring:
Checking to See if the Site is a Good Match
Although the particular broken URL is a page about cabinets (not laminate flooring), I still thought of a random way I could pitch my link ;)
After you visit the broken URL and decide they’re a good match go ahead and download backlinks to that URL!
To do this, open the backlinks report in a new tab and export all the backlinks to Excel:
Download List of Sites Linking to the Broken Link
In the Excel, ONLY Copy URLs with Ahref Rank 5 and above:
Copy URLs with Ahref Rank Above 5

Why only copy sites with Ahrefs Rank above 5?

Because Ahrefs Rank tells you:

  • Exactly how much link juice a site will pass on to you
  • And sites with high Ahrefs Rank
  • Have more quality sites linking to them
  • Which means you ONLY want links from these sites
  • And can quickly decide which sites you DON’T want links from

Use 51 Blocks’ Remove Duplicate Hostnames tool again, copy the results and paste into a brand new Excel.
This new (and final Excel sheet) is to prepare the prospects for email outreach with BuzzStream!
In the new Excel, name column #1 “Linking From” and paste in that de-duped list:
Name First Column in New Excel Sheet Linking From
Name column #2 “Domain”:
Name Second Column in Excel Sheet Domain
Now, copy all URLs with no “www.” and use Ontolo’s Extract Unique Hostnames tool to strip the URLs to their root domain, then paste the root domains into the Domain column:
Paste List of Root Domains into Domain Column
Then repeat the process for the “www.” URLs. (The reason why you need to do this chunk of URLs separately is because Ontolo’s tool often mismatches the list if you do them all together and then it’s a nightmare to line them up in the Excel).
Name column #3 “Linking To” and insert the broken link everyone’s linking to:
Name 3rd Column Linking To and Paste in the Broken URL
I also name column #4 “Link Link Tag”, which is a Custom Links Field I use to tag my link prospects in BuzzStream – this makes it easy for me to find this group of prospects later once I upload them into my little black book of contacts:
Name 4th Column Link Link Tag and Enter a Tag

You are now ready for outreach with BuzzStream!

Save the Excel as a .csv file, login to BuzzStream and create a new project for the page you’re building links to:
Add a new project
Name your project:
Step 1 set up a project
And enter the URL of the page you’re building links to:
I am building links to
Upload your list of prospects to the project via the Link Monitoring tab:
Import links from an existing file
When you upload the file, make sure the data fields match up correctly and hit the Import these contacts button:
Check the Data Fields Match and Start Import
Whilst BuzzStream is scraping contact details from those sites, you can create an email template for outreach under the Websites tab:
Create a template
Use the [ul:Linking From] field and the [ul:Linking To] field so you can reference the page their broken link is on and what they’re linking to:
Use the Linking From and Linking To Fields
Once you’ve created a template you can go and find those contacts you just uploaded. Use the filter:
Filter the List of Websites
Remember we added a Link Tag?
You can filter your black book of contacts to find your list of prospects (in this case tagged “Armstrong”) easily:
Type the Name of the Link Tag You Assigned Into the Filter
Now the list of Websites has been filtered to just list sites liking to Armstrong:
The Websites Are Now Filtered by that Link Tag
Sort by Discovered Contact Info and select contacts BuzzStream found email addresses for so you can start outreach IMMEDIATELY:
Sort by Discovered Contact Info and Tick Boxes with Emails
Click Start Outreach and choose the email template you just created:
Choose the Email Template and Click Start Outreach
As you can see [ul:Linking From] is now the correct URL:
Linking From is Now the Name of the Page with a Broken Link
You can schedule for later or send now:
confirm to send the emails at a specific time
After you’ve finished outreach for your first group of prospects you can go back to Ahrefs and continue working through the list!
Sort the List by Referring Domains

 

 

 

Opening Pandora’s Box

Then once you’re done you can rinse and repeat the entire process with HUNDREDS more different search strings and open up Pandora’s Box to LIMITLESS broken link building opportunities!
And that’s my process for deep broken link building!
I wanted to share this with you because it is literally one of the main methods I used to take my new niche site’s traffic from 220 visits a day to over 500 a day in less than a month:
220 to 550 Visits a Day in One Month
Here’s a recap of the tools I used in the tutorial:

And if you’re looking for more AMAZING resources on broken link building be sure to check these posts out:

 

 

 

Broken Link Building Treasure Troves

Before I wrap this up I’d like to say a BIG thank you to Matthew Woodward for teaching me how to make YouTube videos here.

Wrapping it up

Going two levels deep is the key to opening Pandora’s Box of LIMITLESS broken link building opportunities. In the next video I might even go THREE levels deep and see if inception is possible ;)
It took me a LOT of time to learn how to make videos and put this whole thing together, so please kindly help share if you liked it:
Tweet: Deep Broken Link Building: Extraction Two Levels Deep http://ctt.ec/7xqzU+
Also do subscribe to my NEW YouTube Channel: Clambr Upto get more over the shoulder videos just like this one!
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and if you have any questions about deep broken link building, or a suggestion for my next video please leave them in the comments below. Thank you!

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20+ free ways to get clever backlinks —- in 2017

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provide facts and figures on ur findings;;
vlogging or video blogging,
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vid potential readers
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>>>> social media sites;;
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100 Effective ways ideas for Solid Link Fame —

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By Aaron Wall and Andy Hagans.
Link Building… Time-intensive. Frustrating. Sometimes confusing. Yet Unavoidable. Because ultimately, it’s still the trump card for higher rankings.
Many of us have been hoping that it would go away. In Brett Tabke’s 5/18 Robots.txt entry, he echoed a sentiment that many, many webmasters hold on to as a hope:

What happens to all those Wavers that think [i]Getting Links = SEO[/i] when that majority of the Google algo is devalued in various ways? Wavers built their fortunes on “links=seo”. When that goes away, the Wavers have zero to hold on to.

The pertinent questions:

  1. Will link building still be very important for rankings in the medium term?
  2. When will link popularity be devalued in favor of other algo elements (that are less tedious, from a webmaster’s point of view)?

The answers:

  1. Sorry, but link building is still going to be the SEO trump card for the foreseeable future.
  2. I wouldn’t hold your breath for search engine algorithms to place less importance on link popularity until the Semantic Web arrives, or maybe when HTTP gets replaced by a new protocol. Because links are still the basic connector, the basic relationship, on the Web. And for the forseeable future they’re going to be the easiest way for a computer program to judge the importance and trustworthiness of a Web page.

What will happen to the way search algorithms score links is already happening. The Google algo has become much more elegant and advanced, devaluing staggering amount of links that shouldn’t count, and placing more emphasis on trusted links. And the trust and juice given by those links is then verified by elements like user data, domain age, and other relatively hard-to-spoof factors.
But please, don’t fool yourself. Links that should count are still the key to rankings (in Google, at least — and MSN and Yahoo! are only a few short years behind). In that spirit, Aaron and I have created our 101 Ways to Build (and Not Build) Links. (Yeah, it just so happened that there were exactly 101!)
Oh, and mad props to our inspiration, 131 Legitimate Link Building Strategies, one of the original authority documents on link building. It was just getting a bit rusty, that’s all (“Host your own Web Ring”?). Anyway, enjoy the update.

71 Good Ways to Build Links

Love for Lists

1. Build a “101 list”. These get Dugg all the time, and often become “authority documents”. People can’t resist linking to these (hint, hint).
2. Create 10 easy tips to help you [insert topic here] articles. Again, these are exceptionally easy to link to.
3. Create extensive resource lists for a specific topic (see Mr Ploppy for inspiration).
4. Create a list of the top 10 myths for a specific category.
5. Create a list of gurus/experts. If you impress the people listed well enough, or find a way to make your project look somewhat official, the gurus may end up linking to your site or saying thanks. (Sometimes flattery is the easiest way to strike up a good relationship with an “authority”.)

Hire Help

This list is of course quite long, because there are many ways to build links & link building can be a tiresome, expensive & arduous task. If you have plenty of cash but are scarce on time outsourcing all or part of your link building campaigns can prove to be a quite profitable business strategy.
6. Hire a publicist. Good old fashioned ‘PR’ (not PageRank) can still work wonders. Paul Graham wrote a great article titled The Submarine which highlights how PR firms get media exposure. Be warned that many PR firms can be quite hit or miss with their promotions & even some of the “successes” may not stick around long. If permanent links are your main goal, make sure that is clearly articulated to the PR firm in advance, as some PR firms sponsor temporary payola content that disappears about a month after your check clears. 😉
7. Hire a consultant. Yes, you can outsource link building. Just make sure to go with someone good. If you want low-risk high-quality links Jim Boykin’s Internet Marketing Ninjas& Garrett French’s Citations Labs are probably the only SEOs firms doing it at scale. Their link building packages start at $5,000 a month and up. If you can’t afford to fully outsource your link building, you may want to hire Debra Mastler to train your in house staff.

Developing Authority & Being Easy to Link At

8. Make your content easy to understand so many people can understand and spread your message. (It’s an accessibility thing.)
9. Put some effort in to minimize grammatical or spelling errors, especially if you need authoritative people like librarians to link to your site.
10. Have an easily accessible privacy policy and about section so your site seems more trustworthy. Including a picture of yourself may also help build your authority.

PPC as a Link Building Tool

11. Buy relevant traffic with a pay per click campaign. Relevant traffic will get your site more visitors and brand exposure. When people come to your site, regardless of the channel in which they found it, there is a possibility that they will link to you.

News & Syndication

12. Syndicate an article at EzineArticles, GoArticles, iSnare, etc. The great thing about good article sites is that their article pages actually rank highly and send highly qualified traffic. (Update: about a half-decade after publishing this article many of these article directories were penalized by the Google Panda algorithm & Google has grown to take a more dubious view of these sites as link sources – even though Google still syndicates their ads to these very same sites.)
13. Submit an article to industry news site. Have an SEO site? Write an article and submit to WebProNews. Have a site about BLANK? Submit to BLANKinformationalsite.com.
14. Syndicate a press release. Take the time to make it GOOD (compelling, newsworthy). Email it to some handpicked journalists and bloggers. Personalize the email message. For good measure, submit it to PRWeb, PRLeap, etc. While many press release sites now add nofollow to press releases, you can also compliment your press releases with media centers on your own site & have custom graphics, data and features on your site so that people who see the release may link directly at the associated pages on your site.
15. Track who picks up your articles or press releases. Offer them exclusive news or content.
16. Trade articles with other webmasters.
17. Email a few friends when you have important relevant news asking them for their feedback and/or if they would mind referencing it if they find your information useful.
18. Write about, and link to, companies with “in the news” pages. They link back to stories and blog posts which cover their developments. This is obviously easiest if you have a news section or blog. Do a Google search for [your industry + “in the news”].
19. Perform surveys and studies that make people feel important. If you can make other people feel important they will help do your marketing for you for free. Salary.com did a study on how underpaid mothers were, and they got many high quality links. Even if you do not have a “feel good” angle, you can still get mentions by leveraging data from your surveys as a hook for a story. When we surveyed searchers the survey was later mentioned by an important governmental body. Services like AYTM and Google Surveys are quite affordable.

Directories, Meme Trackers & Social Bookmarking

20. This tip is an oldie but goodie: submit your site to DMOZ and other directories that allow free submissions.
21. Submit your site to paid directories. Another oldie. Just remember that quality matters.
22. Create your own topical directory about your field of interest. Obviously link to your own site, deeplinking to important content where possible. Of course, if you make it into a truly useful resource, it will attract links on its own.
23. Tag related sites on sites like Del.icio.us. If people find the sites you tag to be interesting, emotionally engaging, or timely they may follow the trail back to your site.
24. If you create something that is of great quality make sure you ask a few friends to tag it for you. If your site gets on the front page of Digg or on the Del.icio.us popular list, hundreds more bloggers will see your site, and potentially link to it.
25. Look at meme trackers to see what ideas are spreading. If you write about popular spreading ideas with plenty of original content (and link to some of the original resources), your site may get listed as a source on the meme tracker site. Or if you track companies which are frequently covered on meme trackers you can send a tip to the TechMeme editors and get a thank you mention of your Twitter account.

Local & Business Links

26. Join the Better Business Bureau.
27. Get a link from your local chamber of commerce.
28. Submit your link to relevant city and state governmental resources. (Easier in some countries than in others.)
29. List your site at the local library’s Web site.
30. See if your manufacturers or retailers or other business partners might be willing to link to your site.
31. Develop business relationships with non-competing businesses in the same field. Leverage these relationships online and off, by recommending each other via links and distributing each other’s business cards. As an example, we’ve worked with Wordtracker to promote a co-produced keyword strategies guide.
32. Launch an affiliate program. Most of the links you pick up will not have SEO value, but the added exposure will almost always lead to additional “normal” links from people asking about your site on social media and web forums.

Easy Free Links

33. Depending on your category and offer, you will find Craigslist to be a cheap or free classified service.
34. It is pretty easy to ask or answer questions on Yahoo! Answers or Quora and provide links to relevant resources.
35. It is pretty easy to ask or answer questions on Google Groups and provide links to relevant resources.
36. If you run a fairly reputable company, create a page about it in the Wikipedia or in topic specific wikis. Getting added is only half the battle. Make sure you regularly monitor your page for zealot editors who may decide to arbitrarily delete it. If it is hard to list your site directly, try to add links to other pages that link to your site.
37. It takes about 15 minutes to set up a topical Squidoo page, which you can use to look like an industry expert. Link to expert documents and popular useful tools in your fields, and also create a link back to your site.
38. Submit a story to Digg that links to an article on your site. You can also submit other content and have some of its link authority flow back to your profile page.
39. If you publish an RSS feed and your content is useful and regularly updated, some people will syndicate your RSS content (and some of those will provide links; unfortunately, some will not).
40. Most forums allow members to leave signature links or personal profile links. If you make quality contributions some people will follow these links and potentially read your site, link at your site, and/or buy your products. The key is to be relevant and have links seem more incidental or complimentary rather than having it look like you are posting just for the links.

Have a Big Heart for Reviews

41. Most smaller businesses are not well established online, so if your site has much authority, your review related content often ranks well.
42. Review relevant products on Amazon.com. We have seen this draw in direct customer enquiries and secondary links.
43. Create product lists on Amazon.com that review top products and also mention your background (LINK!).
44. Review related sites on Alexa to draw in related traffic streams.
45. Review products and services on shopping search engines like ePinions to help build your authority. Amazon looks at reviewers who are well liked by other Amazon customers & offers some of them the opportunity to get free products to review via their Vine program.
46. If you buy a product or service you really like and are good at leaving testimonials, many of those turn into links. Two testimonial writing tips — make them believable, and be specific where possible.

Blogs & the Blogosphere

47. Start a blog. Not just for the sake of having one. Post regularly and post great content. Good execution is what gets the links.
48. Link to other blogs from your blog. Outbound links are one of the cheapest forms of marketing available. Many bloggers also track who is linking to them or where their traffic comes from, so linking to them is an easy way to get noticed by some of them.
49. Comment on other blogs. Most of these comments will not provide much direct search engine value, but if your comments are useful, insightful, and relevant they can drive direct traffic. They also help make the other bloggers become aware of you, and they may start reading your blog and/or linking to it.
50. Technorati tag pages rank well in Yahoo! and MSN (now Bing), and to a lesser extent in Google. Even if your blog is fairly new you can have your posts featured on the Technorati tag pages by tagging your posts with relevant tags.
51. If you create a blog make sure you list it in a few of the best blog directories.

Design as a Linking Element

52. Web 2.0-ify your site. People love to link to anything with AJAX. Even in the narrowest of niches, there is some kind of useful functionality you can build with AJAX, then promote these features on design blogs.
53. Validate and 508 your site. This (indirect) method makes your site more trustworthy and linkable, especially from governmental sites or design-oriented communities. There are even a few authoritative directories of standards-compliant sites.
54. Order a beautiful CSS redesign. A nice design can get links from sites like CSS Vault.

Link Trading

55. Swap some links. What?! Did we really just recommend reciprocal link building? Yes, on a small scale, and with relevant partners that will send you traffic. Stay away from the link trading hubs and networks which are full of low quality sites & hide the links section in a back alley nobody (other than GoogleBot) sees.
56. In case you didn’t get the memo — when swapping links, try to get links from within the content of relevant content pages. Do not try to get links from pages that list hundreds of off topic link partners. Only seek link exchanges that you would consider pursuing even if search engines did not exist. Instead of thinking just about your topic when exchanging links, think about demographic audience sets.

Buying Sites, Renting Links & Advertisements

57. Rent some high quality links from a broker. Text Link Ads was the most reputable firm in this niche when we originally published this list, but Google has certainly cracked down on paid links over the years.
58. Rent some high quality links directly from Web sites. Sometimes the most powerful rented links come direct from sites not actively renting links. Don’t ask to buy links, ask to advertise.
59. Become a sponsor. All sorts of charities, contests, and conferences link to their sponsors. This can be a great way to gain visibility, links, and a warm feeling in your heart.
60. Sell items on eBay and offer to donate the profits to a charity. Many charities will link both to the eBay auction and to your site.
61. Many search algorithms seem biased toward older established sites. It may be faster to buy an old site with a strong link profile, and link it to your own site, than to try to start building authority links from scratch.

Use the Courts (Proceed with Caution)

62. Sue Google.
63. Get sued by a company people hate. When Aaron was sued by Traffic Power, he got hundreds or thousands of links, including links from sites like Wired and The Wall Street Journal.

Freebies & Giveaways

64. Hold a contest. Contests make great link bait. A few-hundred-dollar prize can result in thousands of dollars worth of editorial quality links. Enough said.
65. Build a tool collection. Original and useful tools (and collections of tools) get a lot of link love. What do you think rankings for terms like football betting odds, keyword tool or mortgage estimator are worth?
66. Create and release open source site design templates for content management systems like WordPress. Don’t forget the “Designed by example.com” bit in the footer! To mitigate some risks one can point links at a page other than the home page.
67. Offer free samples in exchange for feedback.
68. Release a Firefox extension. Make sure you have a download and/or support page on your site which people can link to.

Conferences & Social Interaction

69. It is easy to take pictures of important events and tell narratives about why they are important. Pictures of (drunk?) “celebrities” in your industry make great link bait.
70. Leverage new real world relationships into linking relationships. If you go to SEO related conferences, people like Tim Mayer, Matt Cutts, and Danny Sullivan are readily accessible. Similarly, in other industries, people who would normally seem inaccessible are exceptionally accessible at trade conferences. It is much easier to seem “real” in person. Once you create social relationships in person, it is easy to extend that onto the web.
71. Engaging, useful, and interesting interviews are an easy way to create original content. And they spread like wildfire.

30 Bad Ways to Build Links

Here are a few link buiding methods that may destroy your brand or get your site banned/penalized/filtered from major search engines, or both.

Directories

72. Submit your site to 200 cheesy paid directories (averaging $15 a pop) that send zero traffic and sell offtopic run-of-site links.

Forum Spam

73. List 100 Web sites in your signature file.
74. Exclusively post only when you can add links to your sites in the post area.
75. Post nothing but “me too” posts to build your post count. Use in combination with a link-rich signature file.
76. Ask questions about who provides the best [WIDGET], where [WIDGET] is an item that you sell. From the same IP address create another forum account and answer your own question raving about how great your own site is.
77. As a new member to various forums, ask the same question at 20 different forums on the same day.
78. Post on forum threads that are years outdated exclusively to link to your semi-related website.
79. Sign up for profiles on forums you never intend on commenting on.

Blog Spam

80. Instead of signing blog comments with your real name, sign them with spammy keywords.
81. Start marketing your own site hard on your first blog comment. Add no value to the comment section. Mention nothing other than you recently posted on the same subject at _____ and everyone should read it. Carpet bomb dozens of blogs with this message.
82. Say nothing unique or relevant to the post at hand. Make them assume an automated bot hit their comments.
83. Better yet, use automated bots to hit their comments. List at least 30 links in each post. Try to see if you can hit any servers hard enough to make them crash.
84. Send pings to everyone talking about a subject. In your aggregation post, state nothing of interest. Only state that other people are talking about the topic.
85. Don’t even link to any of the sites you are pinging. Send them pings from posts that do not even reference them.

Garbage Link Exchanges

86. Send out link exchange requests mentioning PageRank.
87. Send link exchange emails which look like an automated bot sent them (little or no customization, no personal names, etc.).
88. Send link exchange requests to Matt Cutts, Tim Mayer, Tim Converse, Google, and Yahoo!.
89. Get links from nearly-hidden sections of websites listing hundreds or thousands of off topic sites.

Spam People in Person

90. Go to webmaster conferences and rave about how rich you are, and how your affiliates make millions doing nothing.
91. Instead of asking people what their name is, ask what their URL is. As soon as you get their URL ask if they have linked to your site yet and if not, why not.

Be Persistant

92. Send a webmaster an alert to every post you make on your website.
93. Send a webmaster an email every single day asking for them to link to your website.
94. Send references to your site to the same webmaster from dozens of different email accounts (you sly dog).
95. If the above do not work to get you a free link, offer them $1 for their time. Increase your offer by a dollar each day until they give in.

Getting Links by Being a Jerk

96. Emulate the RIAA. When in doubt, file a lawsuit against a 12-year-old girl. (Failing that, obtain bad press by any means necessary.)
97. Steal content published by well known names. Strip out any attribution. Aggregate many popular channels and just wait for them to start talking about you.
98. Send thousands of fake referrals at every top ranking Web site, guaranteeing larger boobs, a 14-inch penis (is that length or girth?), or millions of dollars in free, unclaimed money.
99. Wear your URL on your t-shirt. Walk or drive your car while talking on a cell phone or reading a book. When you run into other people say “excuse you, jerk”.
100. Spill coffee on people or find creative ways to insult people to coax them into linking at your site.
101. Sue other webmasters for deep linking to your site. Well, this is more “hilariously dumb” than it is a “bad linking practice”.

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49 Free Web Directories for Building Backlinks

Shortly after launching this blog I went on a marathon backlinks building session and successfully submitted clambr to 49 free web directories!
Since then I’ve regularly updated this list to add more quality sites and remove anything that’s no longer free or has lapsed in quality. (The last update was on June 24, 2014).
Sure, directory submissions are very VERY boring, but they’re totally worth doing!
And submitting clambr.com to the free directories in this list was actually the first ever active link building exercise I did.
I chose to do this first because it can take months to get your submissions approved.
So after scraping the internet for free web directory lists I squeezed 76 potential candidates into an excel spreadsheet.
Most of the lists I found from Google searches were either duplicates or veryout of date. The most up-to-date web directory list was one I found later just as I was finishing up submitting to the below directories – Top 100 free directory list.
Out of the 76 supposedly “FREE” directory submission sites I tried to submit to from my excel, 14/76 malfunctioned and 13/76 were not free at all! This left me with just 49 that had literally free options. Here they are:



49 Fully Functioning Free Web Directories

UPDATE: There are now 62 free directories in the list!

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Directory URL
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Dmoz
Scrub the Web
Directory World
So Much
Jayde
R Directory
Dmoz.in.net
T Section
Free Website Directory
Wwwi
Vie Search
1 Abc
Business Seek
Cipinet
Directory My Link
Directory Fire
Pro Link Directory
Pedsters Planet
Amray
Gain Web
Link Book
The Web Directory
Scrabble Stop
Submission 4u
Suggest URL
Elite Sites Directory
Inteligentd
Linkpedia
1 Webs Directory
9 Sites
Synergy Directory
Wikid Web
247 Web Directory
Pi Series
PR3 Plus
Nexus Directory
The Net Directory
Linkdir
Best Free Websites
Suggest Site
Nipao
Sighber Cafe
Digg Directory
10 Directory
Vision Web Directory
Xysyst
SEO Free Links
Dir4uk
PR Web Link
Royal Link Up
Aditya Webs
Directory Books
Leading Link Directory
Answer Spots
SEO Up Link
Directories.cf
Good Useful Links
Vision Web SEO
UK Listingz
Web Apps Directory
Find Website
Local Success
dmoz.org
scrubtheweb.com
directoryworld.net
somuch.com
jayde.com
rdirectory.net
dmoz.in.net
tsection.com
freewebsitedirectory.com
wwwi.co.uk
viesearch.com
1abc.org
businessseek.biz
cipinet.com
directmylink.com
directoryfire.com
prolinkdirectory.com
pedsters-planet.co.uk
amray.com
gainweb.org
linkbook.pcgraphicsolutions.com
the-web-directory.co.uk
links.scrabblestop.com
submission4u.com
suggest-url.net
elitesitesdirectory.com
inteligentd.com
linkpedia.net
1websdirectory.com
9sites.net
synergy-directory.com
wikidweb.com
247webdirectory.com
piseries.com
pr3plus.com
nexusdirectory.com
the-net-directory.com
linkdir.info
bestfreewebsites.net
suggestsite.net
nipao.org
sighbercafe.com
diggdirectory.com
10directory.com
visionwebdirectory.com
xysyst.net
seofreelinks.com
dir4uk.com
prweblink.com
royallinkup.com
adityawebs.com
directorybooks.com
leadinglinkdirectory.com
answerspots.com
seouplink.com
directories.cf
good-useful-links.com
visionwebseo.com
uklistingz.co.uk
webappsdirectory.com
findwebsite.net
localsuccess.org
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I hope this list is helpful to your own backlink building efforts :)
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I use Ahrefs to find out who’s linking to my competitors and BuzzStream to reach out to the webmasters and land links on the same pages!

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131 (Legitimate) Link Building Strategies

There’s no debate links are a big signal of quality to search engines, so you need to know your ABCs.
Whether you’re starting from scratch or looking to further enhance your link profile, links remain a critical method of marketing. However, if you’ve been paying attention, you can see that link building is a constantly evolving practice.
Certain tactics are overused then abused then penalized, with link builders running around trying to undo damage from techniques that worked well but maybe weren’t 100 percent safe ideas.

What follows is a list and discussion of 131 (legitimate) link building tactics, some of which worked just as well 10 years ago as they do today.


Start With the Basics

Ah, the basics…these are the tactics that can form the foundations of any link building campaign, no matter what your niche or budget. The basics don’t tend to change and they’re critical to understand so that you can move on to more advanced and creative techniques.
1. Email a webmaster, asking for a link to your site. Personalizing your emails is critical here (think about how many emails you get every day) so make sure you’re actually emailing webmasters who have sites that are relevant to yours, and, even more importantly, make sure that your site is actually link-worthy. We’re all busy people and no one wants to waste time so if it’s not a good place for a link to you, don’t waste anyone’s time.
2. Use the phone. Picking up the phone to do the same thing as listed above is also acceptable for those of us who aren’t averse to having to speak to another human being for work matters.
3. Find great sources for links by simply searching the web for your desired target keywords. Whereas even a year ago I would have said that sites appearing high in the SERPs would be good sites to contact, due to the truly amazing amount of spam and hacked sites that appear high up for certain search terms, I’d say you need to visit the sites with a very careful eye. Whereas we used to think that getting a link from any source was a good idea, after Google started notifying webmasters that they had bad links which should be removed, I’d say to be very, very critical.
4. Use social media to find great sources for links. There are loads of tools that can help with this (my favorite is Icerocket) but simply going to Twitter and searching for a keyword in the same way that you search through an engine’s results can show you some fantastic link opportunities.
5. Make the link negotiation personal. Even if you’ve emailed to ask for a link, don’t be opposed to speaking to this benevolent webmaster by phone, or in person if that works out. Sometimes this personal connection can be what secures your link.
6. Know what makes a site a good linking partner. If you’ve been building links for a long time, you can probably easily glance at a site and, in under a minute, determine whether it would be a beneficial linking partner. However, for the rest of the world, it’s not so easy. Know what makes me like a site more than anything else? Social love. If I see a blog post that is relevant to my topic, has ongoing relevant comments, a decent amount of tweets/likes/shares, that’s a good site to me because I’m thinking about traffic.
7. Think about traffic! Think about sites that can send you relevant traffic, not just sites that might improve your rankings. If you can see yourself going to that site, seeing your link, clicking on it, and thinking “nice, this is just what I wanted!” then yes, that’s a good traffic-generating site most likely.
8. Stop thinking about rankings and Google’s Toolbar PageRank. Rankings definitely matter but considering the amount of places that can send you traffic (like social media sites, sites that link to you, sites where you guest post, etc.) it’s silly to rely on rankings in one engine. Stop thinking that a link from a site with a PR of 0 won’t help you, and that a link from a site with a PR of 5 definitely will.
9. Check to see what your competitors are doing. While this should never be a definitive way to define your own link plan, it’s valuable to see what works for others in your niche. Just don’t think that you can mimic a competitor’s link profile and do as well as they have. It’s definitely not that simple.
10. Make sure your site isn’t hurting you. Many times we think that with the right links, our sites will soar in the rankings, even though they are usability nightmares with nothing real to offer anyone that can’t be found elsewhere.
11. Check out the sites that link to you and find the sites they link to. Sounds convoluted, but it’s a great way to figure out other good sites to contact.
12. If you get a link from a fantastic site that is exactly the type of site you want to link to you, after congratulating yourself on this achievement, do some digging and find out who else links to that site. Those may also be good sites to contact for links.
13. Search for sites that should link to you but don’t. If you find a blog post entitled “Top 100 companies that sell green widgets” and you sell green widgets but aren’t listed, contact the webmaster and point this out. Nicely, of course.
14. Don’t automate if you can help it. There are times when automation can be a lifesaver but when it comes to reviewing a site and making a personal connection that leads to a link, I’d make the decision to do it all manually.
15. If you receive a negative response, regard this as very important, as these refusals could be telling you something. Perhaps your site isn’t as link-worthy as you thought it was. If a webmaster takes the time to email you back and say no thanks, ask him or her why. Maybe you’ll uncover an error that is glaring to everyone but yourself. Regard this as a fantastic usability opportunity. Also, if a webmaster points out something fixable and you fix it, maybe you’ll get that link in the end.
16. If you move your site to a new URL, surely you’ll 301 it but for the maximum linky benefit, do yourself a favor and contact the sites (especially the really good ones) that link to you to point out your new URL.
17. Sponsor something. Sponsor a charity, a contest, an afterschool club at your kid’s school, anything.
18. Learn to love the nofollowed link. There’s more to life than link juice. Nofollows can be amazing for traffic so if someone says yes, I’ll link to you but I have to nofollow it, say thanks.
19. See who links to YouTube videos that relate to your industry and ask them for a link.
20. In that same line of thought, see who links to infographics in your niche. Ask them for a link.

 

 

Become a Content Provider

If you aren’t putting content out there for consumption, you stand little chance of acquiring links. People use the web to gather information, and if you aren’t giving it to them, someone else (your competitor) definitely is.
I know that many people who are fantastic communicators and great thinkers often don’t believe that they can write anything of value. However, as we’ll point out to start off, practice is the key here.
21. Write something even if you’re not yet very good at it. The more you practice, the better you’ll be.
22. Write something really, really good, something that no one else has yet written. Put a new spin on what you want to say so that it will grab people’s attention. For example, if you’re writing about pest control (and for the record I do not work with any pest control clients), then maybe write a piece about how you’re never more than a few feet away from a spider. Shivers.
22. Think about an ongoing content plan and write so that it’s easy to write a follow-up piece. Series are great, regular guest post slots are great, and knowing what your “thing” is can definitely be great. For example, for my agency’s blog, we’ve decided that we want to show how we think about links. We have a group of employees who are from extremely diverse backgrounds and we’ve had a lot of success with blog posts that do more than tell you how to contact a webmaster and get a link. Our “thing” is creative thinking about what we do for a living.
23. Produce something other than just textual content. Do an infographic or create a comic. Produce videos where you do things like interview people in your industry (hey, look how far it took Jonathan Allen!) Start a weekly online radio show. That kind of non-text-based content does get links.
24. Actively pursue new opportunities for contributing to your industry. Maybe you can moderate a forum or help curate a weekly newsletter. Maybe you can provide fantastic answers on Quora.
25. Find something that’s missing and jump into giving it to us. No forum for your industry? Start one. Looking for a list of all the preschools in your town but can’t find one? Do the research, write it, and put it out there for everyone to see and link to.
26. Do one major article that will become the definitive resource for something and that can be (and will be) updated on a semi-annual or annual basis. Think Rae Hoffman-Dolan’s amazing series “Link Building With The Experts.
27. Create a curated list for something. Think about your industry and what you have trouble keeping up with.
28. Produce a monthly “best of” series to recap what’s happened in your industry in case people missed something.
29. Reference your older articles when they’re relevant. Michael Gray does a great job of this with his archived posts tweets.
30. Make sure that when you do promote your content, the right people are seeing it at the right time. If you’re publishing an article about the best pizza delivery in New York, don’t publish it when everyone on the East Coast is sound asleep. There are great scheduling tools out there, so use them if you can’t promote content at the right time.

Leave Your Links Everywhere

Well, not everywhere maybe, but links can be a calling card if used wisely. Some of these cross over with the above section on providing content. This is the same idea as any other marketing really; you want as many eyeballs as possible on your product.
31. Link to your site in your email signature.
32. Link to your site in all your social media platforms.
33. Link to your site on your business cards that you will naturally give out at industry events.
34. Tell people about your site. You’d be surprised at how much of a resource this can be.
35. Comment on relevant blogs and sites without doing so in a spammy manner. I wouldn’t suggest popping your link into a casual comment because that’s not a good way to build long-term link exposure, but using your site for your comment signature can lead people to you, even if it doesn’t actually generate a link on the spot.
36. As mentioned earlier, guest post. Ask to guest post. Approach sites and say hey, would you be interested in having me as a one-time contributor? Be prepared with something though, in case you’re asked for an idea or a writing sample.
37. Interview someone. Interviewees usually link back to these interviews, and they’re a great way to get to know people in your industry.
38. Write a testimonial or a review of a product.
39. Leave reviews for local businesses you’ve visited on sites like Yelp.
40. Give feedback online through social media. If you like an article, tweet that to the writer. If you had a great hotel stay, put it on their Facebook page.


Be Creative and Visible

There’s so much information out there that if you aren’t presenting a unique experience, you’re going to fall behind. If you aren’t drawing attention to your work, people aren’t going to see it.
Some people have difficulty promoting their own work, while some people seem to do nothing but promote their own work. You should definitely let people know when you have something new as we’re all busy people and will appreciate it.
41. Rewrite an old post in order to update the ideas.
42. Write a rebuttal or an alternative point of view to a post, publish it on your site, and let the webmaster know.
43. Do the same but ask to have it published on the same site.
44. Although I am very guilty of not going this well, include images in what you write. Sometimes your image will stick in someone’s mind longer than your words will.
45. Speak up on social media. Do it on Twitter, on Facebook, on Google+, and anywhere else there’s a conversation.
46. Participate in forums. Ask and answer questions. You can make amazing contacts this way.
47. If you can, sponsor a meetup in your area or maybe do a small drinks round at a bar after a conference.
48. Crowdsource ideas and feedback when you need them. I’ve met very few people who don’t enjoy being asked their opinion.
49. Introduce yourself to people online and offline. I’m always happy when someone comes up to me at a conference and introduces him or herself. Lots of friendships and business relationships are formed from a simple bold “hi.”
50. Speak at a conference! This is one of the ultimate ways to get noticed, and you can get a great link off the website of the people putting on the show. Your name will be in the conference materials, too…always a good thing.

 

 

 

Especially For B2B Sites

B2B can be tough at times. However, some of those difficulties simply come from how we think about it. I’m guilty of thinking that B2B provides more challenges than other types of businesses but if asked, I can’t actually give any concrete reasons to back it up.
Let’s just think of B2B as being unique, not difficult.
51. If you have a relationship with a supplier, don’t be afraid to link out and get a link back. While reciprocal links can be excessively spammy, if it makes sense, it isn’t always bad.
52. Simply ask your partners to link to you.
53. Publish an email newsletter that showcases anything new or creative that you’re doing and let your partners know about it. Maybe if you’ve never gotten a link off their website, you will once they see that you’re offering something new that can’t be found elsewhere.
54. Showcase a partner each month on your company’s blog or in a newsletter and ask the partner to promote this through his or her own company. You can get a great link off thatblog for your trouble, and links like this are nicely relevant.
55. Create a contest for the guys who buy from you. For example, ask the 10 big ones to write a blog post on their company blogs about a topic relevant to both of you in your industry, with a link back to your site. For their trouble, enter them into a drawing where one lucky winner gets a discount on the next month’s agreement.
56. Put together a downloadable guide to your services and include the companies that you work with and list what they have to offer, to be used as an industry resource. Let them all know about it and don’t be afraid to promote this through social media channels, as everyone likes to know where they can find good information.
57. Think data. What kind of data would help you do something better, whether it’s find new suppliers/providers, cut costs, recruit employees, etc.? Search for it and if it exists and you aren’t a part of it, ask to contribute for the privilege of a link to your site. If this data isn’t out there, create it.
58. Participate where your suppliers, partners, and providers participate online. If there’s a big forum and you’ve never taken the time to get involved, do so now. If there isn’t anything major out there but you think there’s a need, get together with some of these companies and make it happen.
59. Sponsor a meetup or dinner where you invite your closest business associates. A small bar tab goes a long, long way in terms of engendering loyalty. More important than actual links, loyalty is what can keep your business running.
60. Try and be seen as a leader in your niche for online marketing. If you’re in a traditionally old-school company where no one wants to go online, be the first. When you learn how to successfully do it, take the lead and cultivate a following of people who want to learn from you. You know that guy who’s been running a mom and pop tractor repair place that he took over from his dad 40 years ago? Help him get comfortable with the web.
61. Make sure you’re listed in all the relevant online business directories.
62. Make sure you’re listed in all the local services like Yahoo Local and Google Places.
63. Become a member of your local civic organizations, Chamber of Commerce, marketing groups, etc.
64. Make a donation to a group in town that is somehow connected with your B2B. If you manufacture dog crates that you usually sell to dog breeders, make a donation to the animal shelter or ASPCA.
65. Check out the printed media available in your area. These can be great places to advertise and the cost can be low, but the visibility is excellent.
66. Ask for a link whenever you send out a new contract. While this should never be a requirement, it doesn’t hurt to mention that you’d like a link if possible, and make it easy by including instructions.
67. If you don’t have a blog, start one. Even the most seemingly-boring niches can be fascinating for the people who are involved with them.
68. Make sure you’re using social media at least on a minor level, even if it’s just having a Facebook page. Be the pioneer in your industry if you need to be and get comfortable with a form of marketing that is most likely going be around (and increasing in importance) for a long time.
69. Offer social media contests for a gift card. For example, if you “like” your business on Facebook, you’ll be entered into a drawing to win a $100 gift card to Amazon, Home Depot, etc.
70.Speak at tradeshows and industry conferences. Maybe you’ll pick up another business partner this way.


Whom Should You Target?

Sometimes the discovery is the toughest part of link building, and it can be difficult to figure out where your best contacts will be. If you wanted to promote a local Chinese food delivery place that had a delivery radius of 5 miles, you wouldn’t be dropping menus at a neighborhood 20 miles away would you?
Let’s talk about how to target the most relevant prospects.
71. Sites that turn up in a simple manual keyword search. Now, to be honest, there have been a lot of issues with relevancy recently so I would never rely on the accuracy of what any engine tells me are the top 10 relevant sites for my query, but still, sites that show up for your keywords “should” be decent prospects, provided you’ve vetted them a bit and determined that they’re actually relevant.
72. Blogrolls. I would never rely on blogrolls and they have been abused but still, you can find some great sites through following blogrolls.
73. People that you already have some sort of existing relationship with, just no links from (yet).
74. Bloggers who are influential in your niche.
75. Sites who are open to guest posting and are in your niche.
76. Sites who are open to guest posting and not in your niche…as long as you can find a way to connect what you do to what they typically write about.
77. Webmasters you’ve spoken with in forums.
78. People you’ve met virtually.
79. Sites that could benefit from learning about your services.
80. Sites that you regularly use as an authority and that you’d like to contribute to.
Guest posting is kind of the current darling of the industry right now even though I imagine we’ll see it become abused like many other tactics. However, it presents a unique benefit: you showcase your work elsewhere. Sure you can write great content on your own blog, but when you can write great content for someone else, you get a link and you get known for contributing to something outside of what you control.
81. Use My Blog Guest to find people who are happy to post your content.
82. If there’s a site you read regularly, ask if they’d let you write something for them.
83. Pitch a series and not just a single post, as sometimes this offer gets attention faster.
84. Check social media to see who’s asking for guest posts.
85. If you write a guest post and it doesn’t go up immediately, don’t freak out and hassle the webmaster. Speaking from experience, I can say that sometimes getting a post up on my blog is not my highest priority of the day.
86. Use the guest post bio for a link.
87. Vary your guest post bio. Don’t do it to be spammy of course, but it’s a good way to get different bits of information out there about you and what you do.
88. Don’t be afraid to link to someone else in your guest post. If you’re referencing a competitor, link to him or her. It’s not going to kill you.
89. If you guest post on someone’s blog and are asked if the person can guest on yours, be gracious and say yes.
90. Don’t pay for guest posts. I am begging you. Keep them clean.


Keep Track Of What You’re Doing

Sometimes it’s easy to do so much that you forget what you have done, and you can duplicate your efforts. It’s easy enough to track but we don’t always think to do it. Doing so can save you a lot of time and effort though.
91. if someone says no to your request for a link/mention/guest post, etc. just move on. Don’t beat a dead horse or make it worse by harassing the person about it. Don’t email the same webmaster, who has said no repeatedly, 10 more times or you’re just begging for a reputation nightmare.
92. Watch your links and just generally keep an eye on things. Considering the amount of people who actually have been harmed by bad links, it’s worth making this a daily part of your marketing efforts.
93. Keep records of people who have been responsive but might not be able to help you out right now, and set a calendar reminder to contact them in a few months.
94. Keep a spreadsheet that lists the sites you’ve guest posted on or added your site to as a resource, etc. While it’s easy enough to pull a list of your links from the wide variety of tools out there, it’s also very easy to just keep track yourself.
95. Don’t submit the same piece of content to multiple sites.
96. Make sure that you aren’t speaking out of both sides of your mouth. For example if you’re an SEO, don’t write a post about how stupid it is to do link cleanup then turn around and write a post about how to do link cleanup. You’ll just get branded a hypocrite.
97. If you’re writing something new and you can’t remember if you’ve said it before, or if someone else has just said it, go look around and see. Even though you may mean no harm, many people have gotten upset over content that they view as being stolen or simply rehashed.

98. If you’re tried to reach out and connect with someone on social media but you’re not getting a response, just let it go and move on to someone else. No one likes a stalker, especially a persistent one.
99. If you’ve agreed to do a guest post series on someone’s blog, don’t make the webmaster track you down when the next installment is due, or you may find yourself out of a slot. Setting calendar reminders and sticking to deadlines when other people are concerned is simply good manners.
100. If you’re just read about something like an entire network being deindexed, pay attention and don’t waste your time and effort submitting content to those sites or trying to email them for links.

Link Checking Services and Information

There are free tools that let you check on links and there are paid tools. I use a mixture of both. Let’s just list a few that I can personally vouch for through either using them myself or through being lucky enough to have been asked to test them, and go through ways these can help you.

101. Check your new incoming links.
102. Check your overall backlink portfolio.
103. Conduct analysis on your own links.
104. Conduct analysis on a competitor’s profile.
105. Be alerted when a new link appears.
106. Check your breakdown of anchor text.
107. If there’s a drop in rankings or traffic, do a quick scan to see if anything looks fishy.
108. Check your portfolio after a major algorithm update.
109. Keep track of your existing links for various purposes.
110. Check out a site you want to get a link from before pursuing the opportunity.




Things to Avoid

What you should not do can sometimes be just as important as what you should do, so let’s talk about some things to avoid if you want to enjoy a sustainable link building campaign.
111. Spammy links. Should go without saying right? It doesn’t, unfortunately.
112. Footers and sitewides on totally irrelevant sites. I’ve seen some relevant footers and sitewides but by and large, they are very, very rare.
113. Links that won’t bring you any traffic whatsoever.
114. Links on sites that seem to exist only to sell links or publish scraped content.
115. Links on sites that are part of a very obvious (and spammy) network.
116. Guest posts on poor quality sites that, again, don’t have a prayer of giving you any good traffic or visibility.
117. Repeating the same exact keywordized anchor over and over and over again, on every site that you deal with for 6 months.
118. Not using brand and URL anchors.
119. Not using some form of analytics, and not using Google’s Webmaster Tools. If you rely on Google like most people, using the Webmaster Tools can save you a lot of time if anything weird/bad happens. It’s hard to understand what’s happening in the engines and with rankings/traffic if you aren’t set up to be able to see what’s going on.
120. Thinking that you won’t actually get penalized or deindexed for using link practices that violate an engine’s guidelines for inclusion. Familiarize yourself with what can and will get you into trouble and if you can seriously afford the risk, make your decision. If being penalized in some way will cripple your business, you don’t need to do something that will potentially harm you.




Extra Tips and Notes

121. Be nice please, no matter what. If you are asking for a link, be respectful. If someone says no, say thank you and move on.
122. Don’t get into a shouting match online just because someone disagrees with you. By that same token, don’t be a jerk and make rude comments to people just because you don’t agree with them. It really is possible to disagree without devolving.
123. Say thanks when someone does something nice for you, whether it’s mentioning you for a Twitter “Follow Friday”, praising your latest article, or sending business your way. These are great ways to get links down the road.
124. Test a variety of tools to see which ones work best for you. There are indeed fantastic free ones, but some of the paid ones offer amazing functionality that may save you lots of time and money.
125. If you see that someone who previously sent you lots of traffic through a link has just removed that link, email or call and ask why, and figure out what you can do to get the link back. If it’s a good link, it’s worth the effort.
126. Don’t be afraid to link out. Thinking that you need to “conserve” link juice is just the slightest bit stingy. If there’s a great resource but it belongs to your competitor’s site, it says a lot that you can take the ego hit and link out anyway.
127. Don’t set limits on who you’ll deal with. If someone with 200 followers on Twitter asks you to do an interview, don’t dismiss the person because everyone else you do interviews for has at least a 5,000 Twitter follower reach.
128. Don’t put yourself in a box. Maybe you’ve never done an infographic and you think they won’t work for you, but guess what? You’ll never know until you try.
129. Incorporate image links into your backlink profile. If a site owner won’t give you a text link ask if he’ll take an image link.
130. Watch what other people in your niche are doing. You don’t always have to do the same thing but you can definitely learn from what they’re doing, even if you learn that their latest marketing tactic isn’t something you ever want to do.
131. Don’t ever get comfortable and think that you know everything. You don’t. Even if you almost do right now, you won’t next week. Keep reading about what’s going on in the SEO industry, in link building, and in your niche. Look at all the opportunities you have to learn something new and take them.


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300+ High DA and PR Social Bookmark sites — in 2017


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Submitting on these bookmarking sites will give an extra boost to the traffic of the websites. Also if the website has good authority, the bookmarking page will be get indexed by search engine which can pull up the ranking of the websites.

The things you should maintain at the of using Social Bookmarking sites
#1. Try not to submit only home page and landing pages to these websites. Social Bookmarking concept is bookmark interesting stories. So it is recommending to submit website’s blog posts or guest posts which you have published for the business promotion.
#2. Try not to submit over 5-6 social bookmarks for one website.
#3. Recommend to use the exact meta title of the URL which you are going to submit.
Here I have collected some of the most popular social bookmarking sites with high domain authority and Page Rank. Find the list below

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300+ Dofollow High DA & PR Social Bookmarking sites List 2017




Sl No.
Free Social Bookmarking Sites Name
PR
DA
Alexa Rank
1
https://www.twitter.com
10
100
9
2
https://www.facebook.com
9
100
2
3
9
100
1
4
https://www.pinterest.com
9
100
30
5
http://www.reddit.com
8
99
32
6
https://www.delicious.com
8
98
2556
7
8
97
323
8
https://www.tumblr.com
8
98
41
9
http://www.fark.com
7
79
3760
10
http://www.scoop.it
7
87
1041
11
http://www.slashdot.org
7
94
1798
12
http://www.bibsonomy.org
7
68
5421
13
http://www.diigo.com
7
85
2654
14
http://www.webseoexpertservices.com
7
22
83436
15
http://www.newsvine.com
7
91
6773
16
http://www.blinklist.com
6
88
17660
17
http://www.actweb-sport.com
6
25
18875
18
http://www.dzone.com
6
81
5483
19
http://www.folkd.com
6
79
2992
20
http://www.bizsugar.com
5
60
10298
21
http://www.madeinusadirectory.org
5
17
133135
22
http://www.arizonavalueshuttle.org
0
24
2377794
23
http://www.iesa.co
5
33
16883
24
http://www.whatisyourmoo.com
2
17
155319
25
http://www.youmob.com
4
51
7286
26
http://www.qqpipi.com
4
21
46884
27
http://www.aixindashi.org
4
26
16634
28
http://www.careep.org
4
19
186486
29
http://www.activaging.org
4
16
112537
30
http://www.registertovotetoday.com
4
29
20374
31
http://www.softsblog.com
4
29
91800
32
http://www.activaging.org
4
16
112537
33
http://www.careep.org
4
19
186486
34
http://www.digitalnatives.co
4
21
147423
35
http://www.gpone.info
0
18
43459
36
http://www.ikaaro.net
2
23
216953
37
http://www.ptquiz.com
4
16
173023
38
http://www.texterio.com
2
22
214040
39
http://www.usefulenglish.net
4
25
18221
40
http://www.airpim.biz
4
17
86283
41
http://www.factson37.com
4
25
68678
42
http://www.youmob.com
4
51
7286
43
http://www.hot-bookmarks.com
N/A
16
269192
44
http://www.bookmark4you.com
3
38
11859
45
http://www.blokube.com
3
37
36304
46
http://www.adrp.info
3
16
803275
47
http://www.aperfectimage.info
3
24
58420
48
http://www.cabaneduvelan.info
3
25
47865
49
http://www.cama-online.com
3
20
183406
50
http://www.bestouyagames.info
3
20
63074
51
http://www.biolocator.org
3
19
117986
52
http://www.bynu.info
3
35
39442
53
http://www.chaoticcoding.info
3
23
44836
54
http://www.chrisfolk.info
3
13
322174
55
http://www.cocosislandsnews.info
3
25
42726
56
http://www.colegioclaret.org
3
16
305019
57
http://www.desert-dwellers.info
3
21
46871
58
http://www.deathlyyours.com
3
41
533754
59
http://www.edictosonline.com
3
17
213899
60
http://www.felmausa.com
3
21
113235
61
http://www.guter-punkt.info
3
22
55857
62
http://www.hostlerburrows.info
3
18
277397
63
http://www.jayrigby.info
3
24
41454
64
http://www.jazbomb.info
3
21
51766
65
http://www.jordaninfo.info
3
23
62001
66
http://www.loetschenpass.info
3
18
209160
67
http://www.punteglias.info
3
26
33788
68
http://www.recoverysong.info
3
15
451951
69
http://www.midascareteam.info
3
17
51712
70
http://www.middleeastmediagroup.info
2
18
503225
71
http://www.psbrno.info
3
22
485884
72
http://www.rfsok.com
3
18
550168
73
http://www.saintpierreandmiquelonnews.info
3
28
50056
74
http://www.savvima.info
3
14
272564
75
http://www.sciora.info
3
28
297810
76
http://www.salbithuette.info
3
21
45022
77
http://www.sendgift.info
3
25
88337
78
http://www.wildernessact.info
3
21
58453
79
http://www.emolinks.com
3
25
37586
80
http://www.skinnybikiniswimwear.info
3
23
58174
81
http://www.theineptowl.info
3
21
47065
82
http://www.wesalhaq.info
3
12
869153
83
http://www.limesparrow.com
3
27
321921
84
http://www.pulsimo.com
3
36
80123
85
http://www.yemle.com
3
36
13549
86
http://www.pulsimo.com
3
36
80123
87
http://www.x-drl.info
3
21
51890
88
http://www.icebreak.co
3
27
184902
89
http://www.somemorphs.com
3
15
239343
90
http://www.trucktor.info
3
19
260877
91
http://www.yemle.com
3
36
13549
92
http://www.cyberplea.com
3
24
3017317
93
http://www.felmausa.com
3
21
113235
94
http://www.anndas.com
3
19
146184
95
http://www.freeticketopen.com
3
25
42742
96
http://www.indofeed.com
2
32
26135
97
http://www.articleto.com
2
27
282636
98
http://www.addthismark.com
2
28
15087
99
http://www.3-peace.info
2
23
78273
100
http://www.addthismark.com
2
28
15087
101
http://www.coloradospringsroofing.info
2
32
64003
102
http://www.epinex.biz
4
23
120581
103
http://www.global-networkers.info
2
17
513467
104
http://www.japanpubcrawl.info
2
13
1507445
105
http://www.joyku.com
2
26
138421
106
http://www.justshaunna.info
2
16
559697
107
http://www.keithvarias.info
2
16
528168
108
http://www.kodai-flow.com
2
18
225334
109
http://www.kuponlandia.info
2
13
644180
110
http://www.lawnfun.info
2
18
658574
111
http://www.majkel.info
2
12
645478
112
http://www.maldivesliveaboards.info
2
16
637653
113
http://www.marylandala.info
2
15
600761
114
http://www.mdgspc.info
2
16
658632
115
http://www.noldu.net
2
28
48665
116
http://www.odamedia.com
2
14
482652
117
http://www.pubcrawltokyo.info
2
19
1573279
118
http://www.spapads.info
2
16
560634
119
http://www.sparktoons.com
2
19
378323
120
http://www.sweetspotgolf.info
2
15
616706
121
http://www.topsmilezone.info
2
13
369746
122
http://www.transd.info
2
21
83383
123
http://www.wenc.info
2
17
659436
124
http://www.what-is-internet.info
2
23
261323
125
http://www.seewhatssaid.com
2
8
727411
126
http://www.xuefusports.com
2
15
248116
127
http://www.vacredithelp.info
2
14
3641683
128
http://www.getwhatnext.com
2
20
249706
129
http://www.frostprotect.info
2
11
364129
130
http://www.modelrocketparachutes.info
2
11
503654
131
http://www.fighterdata.com
2
14
308161
132
http://www.fugepind.info
2
15
290190
133
http://www.19193.info
2
12
2642567
134
http://www.nmpcmd.info
2
11
5739737
135
http://www.validatedtrust.info
2
13
355585
136
http://www.lcabbagestalk.info
2
10
348186
137
http://www.caljustice.com
2
14
4419459
138
http://www.clubelorigen.com
2
16
404218
139
http://www.foodbankofnorthernindiana.org
2
14
414103
140
http://www.harbinger-history.org
2
13
438981
141
http://www.frico-haus.info
2
15
420352
142
http://www.askdalocal.com
2
12
443829
143
http://www.talkradioforums.com
2
14
309678
144
http://www.scalenedesign.com
2
11
272567
145
http://www.braniewo.net
2
28
127981
146
http://www.postolia.com
2
32
14256
147
http://www.milocalbuilder.com
3
21
21637
148
http://www.spider-robot.com
2
20
75296
149
http://www.eshoptong.com
2
19
178766
150
http://www.thekviz.com
2
17
202030
151
http://www.diggpedia.com
2
15
201449
152
http://www.wikipole.com
2
20
164206
153
http://www.cheerdances.com
2
19
175581
154
http://www.indofeed.com
2
32
26135
155
http://www.sociopost.com
2
34
19446
156
http://www.manchfu.com
2
26
143705
157
http://www.lydla.com
2
22
153246
158
http://www.bookmarkindonesia.com
2
26
66856
159
http://www.pictureguycabo.info
2
16
1705473
160
http://www.thetogbox.com
2
26
126031
161
http://www.sociopost.com
2
34
19446
162
http://www.advertisars.com
N/A
21
357012
163
http://www.pligg.in
1
25
40057
164
http://www.6buk.com
1
23
41848
165
http://www.coolpot.com
1
38
29569
166
http://www.social-bookmarking-site.com
0
29
83426
167
http://www.4bukmark.com
1
27
21149
168
http://www.voteurl.com
1
14
402590
169
http://www.freesbmblog.info
1
18
102909
170
http://www.socialbookmarknow.info
1
24
106644
171
http://www.bookmarkinghost.info
1
17
102824
172
http://www.followmenow.info
1
19
109729
173
http://www.votetags.info
1
24
74467
174
http://www.onlinewebmarks.com
1
20
68089
175
http://www.greateststory.info
1
19
98624
176
http://www.socialbookmarkzone.info
1
23
77610
177
http://www.a2zbookmarking.com
1
16
115122
178
http://www.bookmarkwiki.com
1
20
91809
179
http://www.newsciti.com
1
26
85932
180
http://www.bookmarkgroups.com
1
24
86696
181
http://www.a1bookmarks.com
1
14
186187
182
http://www.votetags.info
1
24
74467
183
http://www.bookmarkfeeds.com
1
17
163613
184
http://www.1look4.com
1
32
13033
185
http://www.tiltzero.com
1
20
118697
186
http://www.winkbookmark.com
1
21
277154
187
http://www.bookmarkingbase.com
1
26
21922
188
http://www.popzu.com
1
19
46629
189
http://www.fortunetelleroracle.com
1
18
96073
190
http://www.windowly.com
1
21
59333
191
http://www.999central.com
0
25
368517
192
http://www.goardian.com
0
25
483916
193
http://www.planturl.com
1
23
397016
194
http://www.urselections.com
1
26
328166
195
http://www.1look4.com
1
32
13033
196
http://www.9points.info
1
19
810539
197
http://www.bloggalot.com
1
19
139292
198
http://www.blogstal.com
1
19
244668
199
http://www.bookmarkbay.com
1
26
32064
200
http://www.faonet.info
1
13
666365
201
http://www.finactum.info
1
22
715870
202
http://www.grupoprofesional.info
1
13
3627490
203
http://www.highprbookmarkingsites.com
1
16
643293
204
http://www.memonumber.info
1
16
1987321
205
http://www.mennoniteshop.info
1
14
481408
206
http://www.malrotation.info
1
19
819537
207
http://www.monroviatrustlaw.info
1
15
788193
208
http://www.rabidshare.info
1
15
640623
209
http://www.rateniagara.com
1
23
681016
210
http://www.sfcsf.org
1
31
22012
211
http://www.simitrustlaw.info
1
17
671922
212
http://www.rockontrains.info
1
16
834023
213
http://www.top10bookmarkingsites.com
1
17
701342
214
http://www.topseobacklinks.com
1
33
474201
215
http://www.winkbookmark.com
1
21
277154
216
http://www.wiroc2012.com
1
19
926956
217
http://www.gvbookmarks.com
1
31
109337
218
http://www.sluft.com
1
16
185482
219
http://www.bookmarkfeed.com
1
21
81769
220
http://www.cachebookmarkingsite.com
1
31
474392
221
http://www.social-bookmarking-site.com
0
29
83426
222
http://www.yourlastwrite.com
1
22
548653
223
http://www.wirginia.info
1
12
400622
224
http://www.winimedia.info
1
12
4479595
225
http://www.theforce.info
1
13
503560
226
http://www.j4ak.com
1
14
424998
227
http://www.stma11fukushima.info
1
15
589812
228
http://www.boombao.info
1
12
430022
229
http://www.whotours.com
1
22
364776
230
http://www.coolpot.com
1
38
29569
231
http://www.mettablog.com
1
26
46330
232
http://www.6buk.com
1
23
41848
233
http://www.social-bookmarking-site.com
0
29
83426
234
http://www.4bukmark.com
1
27
21149
235
http://www.esurfoc.com
1
17
332450
236
http://www.rosaceatreatmentblog.info
0
17
344147
237
http://www.social.wikitechguru.com
0
35
16458
238
http://www.voteurl.com
1
14
402590
239
http://www.freesbmblog.info
1
18
102909
240
http://www.bookmarkinghost.info
1
17
102824
241
http://www.followmenow.info
1
19
109729
242
http://www.socialbookmarknow.info
1
24
106644
243
http://www.greateststory.info
1
19
98624
244
http://www.sscaspirants.com
N/A
19
134066
245
http://www.fulldoze.com
N/A
19
124949
246
http://www.uslocalbusiness.com
2
19
146779
247
http://www.businesscyclone.com
N/A
19
125801
248
http://www.americansview.com
N/A
19
117839
249
http://www.uscommon.com
N/A
20
130472
250
http://www.watchdogarea.com
N/A
21
123950
251
http://www.makingupcode.com
5
23
23454
252
http://www.yoocel.com
5
10
37114
253
http://www.gen-eff.net
4
29
14287
254
http://www.vtv10.com
4
26
13939
255
http://www.tatvanstories.com
4
16
18977
256
http://www.inshareeb.com
4
24
42217
257
http://www.bookmarksclub.com
3
21
212523
258
http://www.webstatsrank.com
1
27
123131
259
http://www.bookmarktown.com
0
14
59811
260
http://www.gadgetfreack.com
0
19
643135
261
http://www.slashdot.org.in
N/A
12
162154
262
http://www.drikdir.com
0
17
207645
263
http://www.sitesbookmarking.com
N/A
30
34021
264
http://www.waytoseo.com
N/A
16
103626
265
http://www.https://gmbookmark.com
N/A
1
N/A
266
http://www.my-socialbookmarks.com
N/A
1
285906
267
http://www.earcon.org
5
26
18981
268
http://www.airpim.biz
4
17
86283
269
http://www.b1e.net
N/A
19
740622
270
http://www.a1resourcemoz.com
N/A
18
97850
271
http://www.sandquarryplant.com
N/A
10
1143670
272
http://www.pinbackbuttonfinder.com
0
12
2029925
273
http://www.bookmarkus.info
N/A
32
1356272
274
http://www.directoryevent.com
N/A
11
2169013
275
http://www.sharethatlink.com
0
18
2149048
276
http://www.androidshaper.com
0
12
1141624
277
http://www.socioposter.com
0
17
1397990
278
http://www.atlasassistans.net
4
22
18746
279
http://www.bffbuzz.com
0
14
2554667
280
http://www.adsandclassifieds.com
2
40
31799
281
http://www.jodohkita.info
4
28
13377
282
http://www.gardicanin.net
4
26
14262
283
http://www.bookmarkadviser.com
0
11
2244525
284
http://www.pixador.net
4
28
15532
285
http://www.freeticketopen.com
3
25
42742
286
http://www.milocalbuilder.com
3
21
21637
287
http://www.yemle.com
3
36
13549
288
http://www.bb3b.com
3
24
18300
289
http://www.humansthink.com
2
22
191527
290
http://www.fortunetelleroracle.com
1
18
96073
291
http://www.popzu.com
1
19
46629
292
http://www.sluft.com
1
16
185482
293
http://www.bookmarkingbase.com
1
26
21922
294
http://www.articlehat.com
2
24
23880
295
http://www.akonter.com
2
27
13633
296
http://www.jlegalecon.com
2
25
36669
297
http://www.etioling.com
2
25
35664
298
http://www.jreyscope.com
2
25
39649
299
http://www.elenavoce.com
2
18
45791
300
http://www.adsandclassifieds.com
2
40
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Social BookMarking Sites List
Alexa Rank
DA
PA
MOZ Rank
http://www.reddit.com
24
99
96
7.33
www.stumbleupon.com
1090
98
95
7.2
googlem/2017/01/13/new-350-social-bookmarking-sites-2017m/2017/01/13/new-350-social-bookmarking-sites-2017m/2017/01/13/new-350-social-bookmarking-sites-2017m/2017/01/13/new-350-social-bookmarking-sites-2017m/2017/01/13/new-350-social-bookmarking-sites-2017m/2017/01/13/new-350-social-bookmarking-sites-2017m/2017/01/13/new-350-social-bookmarking-sites-2017
http://www.citeulike.org
35373
82
85
6.17
http://slashdot.org
4947
94
95
6.89
http://www.newsvine.com
23560
91
91
6.69
http://www.scoop.it
2268
89
91
6.91
http://www.plurk.com
2685
85
88
6.9
http://www.fark.com
5875
79
83
6.6
www.pearltrees.com
9565
76
80
6.58
http://www.bibsonomy.org
22556
72
77
6.05
http://www.jumptags.com
223385
53
60
5.6
http://www.folkd.com
12007
78
81
6.48
http://blinklist.com
91239
88
87
6.84
http://blogmarks.net
104521
72
75
6.03
http://netvouz.com
148618
67
65
5.12
http://www.linkagogo.com
88224
61
66
5.19
http://youmob.com
18116
56
54
4.65
http://givealink.org
24092516
43
49
4.47
http://bookmax.net
48070
43
43
4.15
http://www.ezyspot.com
136407
33
43
4.97
http://www.favoor.com
20255088
37
47
4.86
http://url.org
42245
53
61
5.69
http://newsmeback.com
53241
41
47
4.55
http://cloudytags.com
156271
42
44
4.83
bookmark4you.com
46132
42
46
3.23
http://murl.com/splash
183524
38
21
3.27
http://www.gozoof.com
346779
29
34
4.99
a2zbookmarks.com
159733
22
33
3.16
prbookmarks.com
133881
23
35
3.01
http://www.sitejot.com
63823
48
56
4.98
http://www.whitelinks.com
159422
24
37
3.77
http://wirefan.com
111198
38
45
5.06
bookmarks2u.com
177880
21
33
3.16
http://www.pinterest.com
58
100
97
7.69
https://delicious.com
229638
96
95
7.13
http://newsle.com
342361
62
69
5.81
https://www.diigo.com
4163
88
90
6.39
http://www.webseoexpertservices.com
132445
24
36
4.55
http://actweb-sport.com
118137
26
37
4.48
http://ak3.biz
10488525
20
29
2.97
http://madeinusadirectory.org
590083
11
23
2.44
http://online-gv.com
9999653
22
34
3.89
http://www.arizonavalueshuttle.org
418756
18
21
2.44
http://www.iesa.co
98546
30
33
5.33
http://www.whatisyourmoo.com
670881
10
21
2.44
http://www.bizsugar.com
52646
69
75
6.24
http://fwisp.com
4984407
47
56
6.12
http://www.blokube.com
115310
40
48
5.95
http://37warrenave.com
832036
22
23
2.44
http://aixindashi.org
85950
31
39
4.49
http://registertovotetoday.com
92316
33
41
5.54
http://softsblog.com
565635
29
39
4.5
http://www.activaging.org
369289
18
31
4.49
http://www.careep.org
364303
21
34
4.52
http://www.digitalnatives.co
492410
26
37
4.53
http://www.gpone.info
513168
15
23
2.44
http://www.ikaaro.net
875227
21
30
3.02
http://www.ptquiz.com
483428
10
22
2.44
http://www.texterio.com
1144081
20
23
0
http://www.usefulenglish.net
92321
35
43
4.53
http://www.airpim.biz
241173
24
36
4.55
http://factson37.com
385906
29
38
4.61
http://hot-bookmarks.com
935767
17
29
3.94
http://www.oyax.com
702623
42
51
4.88
http://adrp.info
9771973
17
19
0
http://aperfectimage.info
160396
31
34
3.99
http://bestouyagames.info
206975
24
32
3.92
http://biolocator.org
436616
22
33
4.49
http://bynu.info
192479
33
39
4.49
http://cabaneduvelan.info
263260
25
31
4.98
http://cama-online.com
841485
13
26
3.02
http://chaoticcoding.info
240321
25
35
4.53
http://chrisfolk.info
1179125
15
29
4.49
http://cocosislandsnews.info
181944
24
26
2.82
http://colegioclaret.org
1370670
24
30
4
http://desert-dwellers.info
209585
24
33
4.49
http://deathlyyours.com
1000494
23
31
4.49
http://edictosonline.com
907171
21
34
4.53
http://felmausa.com
362249
23
35
4.01
http://guter-punkt.info
284132
23
33
4.64
http://hostlerburrows.info
1293264
13
27
4.49
http://jayrigby.info
278847
22
29
2.46
http://jazbomb.info
399257
23
29
4.53
http://jordaninfo.info
306459
21
28
4.55
http://loetschenpass.info
1191189
18
31
4.49
http://midascareteam.info
232448
21
30
4.61
http://middleeastmediagroup.info
1727832
11
26
3.02
http://psbrno.info
2176714
15
22
2.01
http://punteglias.info
203822
25
33
5.4
http://recoverysong.info
1523140
8
19
0
http://rfsok.com
1487936
10
25
3.02
http://saintpierreandmiquelonnews.info
273397
26
32
4.59
http://salbithuette.info
290134
28
34
4.76
http://savvima.info
1164597
14
27
4.49
http://sciora.info
1758679
14
26
4.49
http://sendgift.info
382411
20
30
4.58
http://skinnybikiniswimwear.info
295776
23
27
4.02
http://theineptowl.info
407437
22
32
4.51
http://wesalhaq.info
15420904
5
20
0
http://wildernessact.info
278322
26
24
4.74
http://www.emolinks.com
129074
34
35
4.49
http://www.limesparrow.com
828544
19
32
4.49
http://x-drl.info
254649
26
30
3.56
http://yemle.com
92341
37
40
4.57
http://www.pulsimo.com
1076447
35
46
5.53
http://wikikod.com
993298
11
25
2.01
http://icebreak.co
812763
22
26
3.94
http://somemorphs.com
1148366
11
25
3.94
http://trucktor.info
1257616
12
24
1.82
http://cyberplea.com
5811913
24
36
3.97
http://anndas.com
444620
21
34
3.96
http://freeticketopen.com
131851
33
40
5.12
indofeed.com
118101
35
44
3.23
sociopost.com
81114
36
45
3.41
bamawater.com
22879325
14
24
0
bookmarkindonesia.com
130757
31
36
5.05
http://www.addthismark.com
115328
29
35
4.53
http://3-peace.info
382561
22
29
3.74
http://coloradospringsroofing.info
1307397
32
31
2.86
http://epinex.biz
394841
20
30
4.2
http://global-networkers.info
1850983
17
30
3.26
http://japanpubcrawl.info
2270970
13
24
3.02
http://joyku.com
875082
22
29
3
http://justshaunna.info
1619443
16
27
3.06
http://keithvarias.info
2100528
18
28
3.05
http://kodai-flow.com
947461
22
35
4.2
http://kuponlandia.info
2024131
18
27
3.24
http://lawnfun.info
1922858
14
25
2.94
http://majkel.info
1905626
9
24
3.02
http://maldivesliveaboards.info
2345880
17
29
3.18
http://marylandala.info
2164517
16
27
3.17
http://mdgspc.info
1819461
14
26
3.03
http://noldu.net
1007934
21
26
2.71
http://odamedia.com
1279553
10
25
2.78
http://pubcrawltokyo.info
1690268
12
24
3.02
http://spapads.info
1510481
17
25
3.09
http://sparktoons.com
945124
20
30
3.94
http://sweetspotgolf.info
7827099
14
26
3.17
http://topsmilezone.info
1342403
10
21
1.82
http://transd.info
369201
20
28
3.72
http://wenc.info
1520558
18
31
3.15
http://what-is-internet.info
933559
23
32
3.92
http://www.seewhatssaid.com
1910937
9
19
0
http://xuefusports.com
872494
17
30
3.95
http://vacredithelp.info
0
11
26
3.15
http://getwhatnext.com
1020076
26
38
4.64
http://frostprotect.info
1714050
13
27
3.03
http://modelrocketparachutes.info
1498489
8
19
0
http://fighterdata.com
9083488
16
27
3.95
http://fugepind.info
942204
11
25
3.94
http://19193.info
1409399
14
27
3.95
http://nmpcmd.info
1890429
10
24
3.94
http://validatedtrust.info
1837074
12
23
3.96
http://lcabbagestalk.info
2075447
9
19
0
http://www.caljustice.com
0
13
25
3.02
http://clubelorigen.com
1478951
18
31
4.2
http://foodbankofnorthernindiana.org
2077612
10
24
3.02
http://harbinger-history.org
2416052
13
27
3.94
http://frico-haus.info
2012100
20
33
3.96
http://www.askdalocal.com
1365190
12
18
0
http://talkradioforums.com
1742296
12
26
3.94
http://scalenedesign.com
1487260
13
26
3.94
http://www.braniewo.net
251730
23
35
3.29
http://www.postolia.com
76368
36
43
4.23
http://milocalbuilder.com
109826
32
41
4.22
http://spider-robot.com
518087
24
36
4.2
http://eshoptong.com
760579
21
32
3.96
http://thekviz.com
635697
18
31
3.19
http://diggpedia.com
671619
19
32
3.96
http://wikipole.com
605676
20
33
3.96
http://openfaves.com
96368
36
47
4.2
http://cheerdances.com
582670
22
35
4.19
http://manchfu.com
2802976
26
37
4.28
http://lydla.com
584602
25
36
4.2
http://articleto.com
1073511
16
30
2.99
http://pictureguycabo.info
741996
18
32
3.96
http://thetogbox.com
601073
26
35
4.29
http://socialbookmarkzone.info
206088
26
34
0
http://a2zbookmarking.com
265295
19
32
0
http://bookmarkwiki.com
359289
23
32
0
http://newsciti.com
235871
21
28
0
http://bookmarkgroups.com
205709
25
33
0
http://a1bookmarks.com
396101
17
29
1.82
http://votetags.info
373921
23
33
3.21
http://bookmarkfeeds.com
279281
20
30
0
http://tiltzero.com
3296433
19
29
0
http://bookmarkingbase.com
78295
34
44
4.12
http://www.popzu.com
124828
29
33
5.16
http://fortunetelleroracle.com
231214
24
35
5.37
http://www.windowly.com
187593
23
35
4.09
http://999central.com
912305
25
33
4.37
http://www.goardian.com
1001189
20
33
3.6
http://planturl.com
10046803
23
29
3.02
http://www.urselections.com
1989563
28
32
3.51
http://1look4.com
54093
33
41
5.14
http://9points.info
2581236
19
24
3.15
http://bloggalot.com
204043
29
31
4.85
http://blogstal.com
650477
16
29
3.18
http://bookmarkbay.com
141814
31
38
4.21
http://faonet.info
2139351
15
28
3.18
http://finactum.info
2472354
10
21
2.44
http://grupoprofesional.info
4874110
13
26
3.09
http://highprbookmarkingsites.com
1337940
14
22
0
http://malrotation.info
2033002
14
26
3.17
http://memonumber.info
2230294
11
23
2.44
http://mennoniteshop.info
1741915
12
26
3.03
http://monroviatrustlaw.info
11516341
15
26
3.05
http://rabidshare.info
19468272
12
26
3.52
http://rateniagara.com
1893889
20
22
2.44
http://rockontrains.info
12670758
14
27
3.17
http://sfcsf.org
194777
33
41
4.45
http://simitrustlaw.info
1206976
17
29
3.21
http://top10bookmarkingsites.com
1833044
19
31
0
http://winkbookmark.com
934089
17
27
3.05
http://wiroc2012.com
1856857
17
31
2.48
http://www.bookmarkfeed.com
194731
30
33
4.48
http://www.cachebookmarkingsite.com
1451070
25
32
4.26
http://www.gvbookmarks.com
678062
26
35
4.05
http://www.sluft.com
509096
18
29
3.54
http://www.social-bookmarking-site.com
517481
30
38
4.07
http://www.yourlastwrite.com
1864498
20
21
0
http://wirginia.info
1203313
10
24
3.02
http://winimedia.info
1297540
12
26
3.15
http://theforce.info
1383646
10
21
4.35
http://j4ak.com
1739784
14
26
0
http://stma11fukushima.info
1788466
12
27
3.14
http://boombao.info
1859670
9
21
0
http://whotours.com
1454495
23
32
3.02
http://advertisars.com
695356
15
28
2.94
http://mettablog.com
125040
25
33
3.33
http://pligg.in
254034
23
30
4.6
http://topseobacklinks.com
1024634
31
29
2.99
http://developlinks.com
916889
25
30
3.28
http://bookmarkin.com
1115772
17
29
0
http://6buk.com
198594
28
38
3.58
http://coolpot.com
97372
38
36
4.96
http://4bukmark.com
1792252
27
35
3.97
http://ruils.com
1276579
13
25
1.82
http://rosaceatreatmentblog.info
1279743
17
27
3.05
http://scrapees.com
23585520
12
24
3.02
http://esurfoc.com
1024430
13
26
3.02
http://slptopsites.com
1215273
18
19
0
http://social.wikitechguru.com
63541
37
41
4.2
http://voteurl.com
4890519
13
25
0
http://freesbmblog.info
623009
19
28
0
http://socialbookmarknow.info
207263
23
29
1.82
http://bookmarkinghost.info
201005
19
31
0
http://bookmarkmaps.com
305301
20
32
1.82
http://activebookmarks.com
186115
23
35
3.26
http://followmenow.info
471855
21
34
1.82
http://votetags.com
413678
17
27
0
http://onlinewebmarks.com
178593
21
33
3.16
http://greateststory.info
212797
22
32
3.16
http://makingupcodes.com
85238
19
23
3.59
http://yoocel.com
74275
36
32
3.96
http://gen-eff.net
81810
29
39
4.38
http://vtv10.com
88306
26
37
4.55
http://tatvanstories.com
86275
32
39
4.37
http://inshareebs.com
130172
17
25
4.13
http://www.socialbookmarkingplanet.com
271338
19
31
4.74
http://www.savemylike.com
138899
21
28
3.8
http://www.bookmarking5.com
489188
19
32
4.68
http://svbscribe.com
185287
15
26
4.55
http://www.fearsteve.com
100806
36
41
3.86
http://www.backlinkrobots.com
1650590
1
1
0
http://www.yourseotool.com
1597537
1
1
0
http://www.savemybacklink.com
2032023
1
1
0
http://www.bookmarkrobot.com
2763983
1
1
0
http://bestfreeseotools.in
2041647
7
19
0
http://www.bookmarkingbox.com
2268921
1
1
0
http://www.classiclick.com
579958
1
1
0
http://updatesee.com
374747
13
18
3.9
http://www.tuffclicks.com
284205
12
20
3.07
http://www.addusastory.com
151685
27
30
3.36
http://www.thelilyofthevalleys.com
591464
14
19
3.52
http://www.craigbookmark.com
311496
16
27
4.53
http://tefwin.com
153394
19
27
3.83
http://expertcorner.in
424309
15
28
4.58
http://www.akonter.com
49908
32
42
5.35
http://gardicanin.net
88123
30
41
4.41
http://www.pixador.net
102554
29
40
4.45
http://migghub.com
3737825
1
1
0
http://etioling.com
150910
31
37
4.32
http://seo-story.fr
530126
26
38
3.56
http://www.a1resourcemoz.com
271043
26
31
3.44
http://elenavoce.com
195017
28
35
4
http://jlegalecon.com
153378
29
38
5.08
http://tutpub.com
676970
22
28
4.79
http://onlineproducttesting.com
986534
18
22
4.17
http://buysmartprice.com
524566
20
22
3.77
https://twitter.com
14
100
97
8.49
http://blinklist.co
0
1
1
0
http://qqpipi.com
167265
22
34
3.83


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Blog commenting is one of the easiest way to pick up free dofollow backlinks and it assists to increase the Google page rank. Blog comments is a technique that generate communication between blogger, blogs and blog readers. It’s a best way to share estimations and ideas about huge topics. Blog commenting sites are helpful for affiliate marketers and new bloggers who are looking for more  traffic for there blogs.

Blog commenting sites are exploiting by webmasters (Google bot) to build dofollow backlinks. There are two types of blog comments “ nofollow “ and “dofollow”. Dofollow blog comments approve by Google but nofollow link not use by google to pass link juice. So the blog commenting is an incredible way to create backlinkfor SEO of your website or blog and drive huge traffic to your website or blog.

Note – Only comment those blogs having relevant content or similar to your site and have high page rank and alexa rank.


PR 8 Dofollow Blog Commenting sites list 2016 | Free SEO Backlinks

http://issuu.com/
http://www.politico.com/
http://www.xing.com/
http://www.blogger.com/
http://my.telegraph.co.uk/
http://Smh.com.au
http://Theage.com.au
http://Movavletype.org

PR 7 Dofollow Blog Commenting sites list 2016 | Free SEO Backlinks

http://www.ehow.com/
http://www.2checkout.com/
http://30boxes.com/
http://www.zillow.com/
http://www.comedycentral.com/
http://www.codeproject.com/
http://www.pamshouseblend.com/
http://www.mrqe.com/
http://www.redstate.com/
http://www.javaworld.com/community/
http://Meetup.com
http://Canberratimes.com.au

PR 6 Dofollow Blog Commenting sites list 2016 | Free SEO Backlinks

http://www.dailyblogtips.com/
http://www.weblogtoolscollection.com/
http://www.jiscdigitalmedia.ac.uk/blog
http://www.socialtimes.com/
http://www.problogger.net/
http://www.searchenginejournal.com/
http://www.weblogtoolscollection.com/
http://www.blog.photography.si.edu/
http://www.grokdotcom.com/
http://www.interactiondesign.sva.edu/
http://www.currybet.net/
http://www.w3blog.dk/
http://www.quicksprout.com/
http://www.tripit.com/
http://www.links.org.au/
http://www.blogmofuse.com/
http://www.finweb.com
http://www.uwesu.org
http://alltop.com
http://japantoday.com
http://www.socialtimes.com
http://www.globeofblog.com
http://www.host.madison.com
http://www.blogtoplist.com
http://www.missoulian.com
http://www.w3blog.dk
http://www.gazettetimes.com
http://unbounce.com
http://btemplates.com
http://wiscnews.com
http://blog-directory.org

PR 5 Dofollow Blog Commenting sites list 2016 | Free SEO Backlinks

http://www.bloggingtips.com/
http://www.kikolani.com/
http://www.comptalks.com/
http://www.seobythesea.com/
http://www.seo-hacker.com/
http://www.newcritics.com/
http://www.intenseblog.com/
http://www.searchenginepeople.com/
http://www.engineering.curiouscatblog.net/
http://www.growmap.com/
http://comluv.com/
http://www.bluehatseo.com/
http://www.blogussion.com/
http://www.kongtechnology.com/
http://www.midasoracle.com/
http://www.forthelose.org/
http://www.quickonlinetips.com/
http://blog.ruski.co.za/
http://www.animhut.com/
http://www.kongtechnology.com/
http://www.quickonlinetips.com/
http://www.grokdotcom.com
http://www.blogflux.cm
http://www.poststar.com
http://www.pmpnews.com
http://www.justcreative.com
http://www.bloghints.com
http://www.journalstar.com
http://www.siouxcityjournal.com
http://www.britbog.com
http://www.carrybet.net

PR 4 Dofollow Blog Commenting sites list 2016 | Free SEO Backlinks

http://www.techtricksworld.com/
http://www.weblogbetter.com/
http://www.kathyblogger.com/
http://communicatevalue.com/
http://www.windowstalk.org/
http://www.blondish.net/
http://www.freebloghelp.com/
http://www.bloggodown.com/
http://www.magemojo.com/
http://www.becomeablogger.com/
http://growmap.com
http://www.stayonsearch.com/
http://www.performinsider.com/
http://www.dmiracle.com/
http://www.kimwoodbridge.com/
http://www.famousbloggers.net/
http://ariwriter.com/
http://www.benspark.com/
http://www.techatlast.com/
http://www.thevirtualasst.com/
http://dofollow.info/
http://skyhitblog.com
http://www.howtospoter.com
http://www.socialable.co.uk
http://skyhitblog.com
http://www.howtospoter.com
http://www.socialable.co.uk
http://www.warriorforum.com
http://www.allblogingtips.com
http://www.seo-hackers.com

PR 3 Dofollow Blog Commenting sites list 2016 | Free SEO Backlinks

http://www.seotops.com/
http://technoupdates.org/
http://www.segenma.com/
http://www.bloggingwithoutablog.com/
http://www.extremejohn.com/
http://emoneymarketing.com/
http://www.pqinternet.com/
http://www.tekkaus.com/
http://www.blogstash.com/
http://www.smartbloggerz.com/
http://www.wassupblog.com/
http://www.youdofollow.com/
http://www.johncow.com/
http://www.3arn.net/
http://revellian.com/
http://www.blogengage.com/
http://www.monetizeblogging.com/
http://www.blogelina.com/
http://www.itechcode.com/
http://www.shoutmeoud.com
http://www.techgyd.com
http://www.steamfeed.com
http://www.webgnomes.com
http://www.performinsider.com
http://www.smartbloggerz.com

PR 2 Dofollow Blog Commenting sites list 2016 | Free SEO Backlinks

http://azblogtips.com/
http://www.awesomebloggers.com/
http://www.techehow.com/
http://www.maxblogtips.com/
http://www.seoallrounder.com/
http://www.bloggingtips.com
http://www.thebadblogger.com
http://www.techgau.org
http://www.wassupbog.com
http://www.oddblogger.com
http://www.seoallrounder.com
http://www.9to5blogger.com
http://www.thinkspin.com
http://www.ehowportal.com
http://www.anotherblogger.com
http://www.azblogtips.com
http://www.alexwhalley.com
http://www.emoneymarketing.com
http://www.blogpreneurs.com
http://www.seommotips.com
http://www.tsksoft.com
http://www.themallblog.com
http://www.zebida.com
http://www.seoaddicted.com
http://www.dollarsperday.net
http://www.boggingwithchris.com
http://www.awesomeboggers.com
http://www.tsksoft.com
http://www.seventoten.com
http://www.revellian.com

PR 1 Dofollow Blog Commenting sites list 2016 | Free SEO Backlinks

http://www.makemenoise.com/
http://bloggingfor.info/
http://www.wpcypher.com/
http://www.guideandnews.com/
http://readmeloud.com
http://www.technoupdates.com
http://www.bloggingfor.info
http://www.batterbloggingways.com
http://www.youdofollow.com
http://www.dollarsblog.com
http://www.tech4world.net
http://www.2startblog.com
http://www.probloggertips.com
http://www.bloggingwp.com
http://www.123infoworld.com
http://www.joyhealey.com
http://www.thegiftsquru.com
http://www.joyhealey.com

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