10 Ways to Get Dofollow Links to Your Blog
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The fact is that these links are very important for a blog, constitute the main basis of their weight in the searches (mainly Google). And in this, the Follow links are much more important than the No Follow links, the search robots follow your link and access your blog whenever they find it, which is not the case with the “common” links, No Follow.
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1. CITE OTHER BLOGS IN YOUR TEXTS
This, in addition to creating a good relationship in the blogosphere, opens a range of facilities in time to get follow links pointing to your blog, which we will see later.
The blogosphere needs these links, because it is citing that we are cited , and humility is very present at this time. Of course, if you have an article of yours that can complement a text, you do not need to quote one from the outside. But if you can add an external add-on and do not do it because you do not want to link other links in your blog, you’re missing out on the Follow links.
2. BUILD STRONG FRIENDSHIPS
Before starting Online Marketing Blog , I had no idea that friendships would influence both the growth of my blog. I even rejected this fact, and did not care when other, more experienced bloggers quoted. Today, I know that a lot of Follow links that I got pointing to my blog came from good friendships.
You can see for yourself: when you know a blogger you’re quoting, it gives a lot more credit to him than any other stranger when linking to other texts.
3. CITE OTHER BLOGS THAT FEATURE DOFOLLOW TRACKBACKS
Once again, we only have to win by citing texts from other bloggers in our own writings and some mostly American blogs make available along with DoFollow trackbackscomments .
The trackbacks , for those unaware, work as follows:
When you quote text from another blog with trackbacks enabled (most current blogs allow this), you’ll receive a short quote on this blog, with a link pointing to the text where you quoted it.
I already received some good trackbacks with Follow links, and I’m happy when I notice that this happened. Not all projects that use trackbacks need to decide what is best for you.
4. COMMENT ON BLOGS WITH COMMENTS FROM FOLLOW
Some time ago, the Follow Movement appeared in the blogosphere. With this, many blogs, especially those running on WordPress, started to adopt DoFollow in the comments, instead of the NoFollow standard. And some current blogs still maintain this system, rewarding with quality the good comments, even having a good additional work to eliminate or to track the bad ones.
You can read a list that created some time ago, with 100 blogs and websites that allow Follow links in all comments. Many blogs on this list may no longer make DoFollow available, but you’ll certainly find several that still do, if you test.
Also runs a list of blogs that make DoFollow available in the comments, called FollowList . Of course, to grow your visits, commenting on blogs in English may not be the best alternative, but you can severely reinforce the linkbuilding of your blog.
5. USING FOLLOW SOCIAL NETWORKS
Some Social Networks reward their collaborators with Follow links. Digg, for example, is one of them. It does not allow Follow links in all articles, but in those that are known to have quality and are really worthy of receiving such a “prize”. I believe that many other Social Networks also do this, at some time or in some kind of link released by its collaborators.
Some Linkers also reward their users with Follow links.
Here I also make room for my opinion: Linkers only allow content selected by their own administrators. They say they only publish content of the highest quality.
However, the vast majority do not give Follow links to articles that claim to be “quality”. I think this is very wrong and, based on the fact that the articles are (or should be) good (and did not deserve to be selected for their ability to attract clicks), all links should be Follow.
7. POST TO RECOGNIZED FORUMS
There is a large number of current forums that provide Follow links in the signatures of the posts, or in the posts themselves, and that have a high PageRank. Find and disseminate your texts and your blog in them can greatly strengthen the raising of good links pointing to your blog, increasing the quality of your linkbuilding and reinforcing the external SEO of your blog.
It is also worth mentioning texts and quality links related to the topics covered in these forums. So, in addition to the Follow links, we also get some good visits, and contribute to an ever-better blogosphere.
Many people reproach this act, but they form the initial basis of many Variety, Humorous, and Personal blogs that are spread over the internet. It is worth mentioning that Follow links lose part of their strength when they are reciprocal (that is, “you link me and I link you”). But this does not mean that the method works partially to get Follow links pointing to your blog.
9. BUY DOFOLLOW ON OTHER BLOGS
Some blogs allow this type of link selling. In this “scheme”, you buy a link in an influential blog (with a high PageRank) and related to your niche of action, mainly to reinforce the SEO of your own blog.
This act is disapproved by so many other bloggers and by Google. But obviously you can contact many other bloggers and offer certain value to buy a Follow link, and certainly many of these will accept.
10. BUY DOFOLLOW VIA AFFILIATE PROGRAMS
Some Affiliate Programs (such as Text Link Ads and LinkWorth) specialize in the sale of links, and allow the purchase of Follow links with ease. Even the Text Link Ads campaign revolves around this, when they say that ” Links are the SEO fuel ”
n, it can be tricky to use such methods to garner Follow links, but nothing that a little money in a Paypal account or an International Credit Card can not solve.
But in reality it is not. We can see that there are a number of constraints that try to bar the gains of Follow links to blogs (and sites), but this is because Follow links are extremely important than No Follow, and need to be given specifically to good content, not to anyone.
I basically provide No Follow links in my comments because I do not know if there is enough capacity to keep a high number of comments on my blog if I delete bad comments, as I am afraid of being too harsh on this issue.
Let’s build a good linkbuilding for our blogs and raise our work to the success we seek daily! I hope these tips can clear your mind when you are in doubt about where to get Follow links.
I left it to those who read to the end this tip that is not secret, but many stop using.