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Re: Incoming links

  • Subject: Re: Incoming links
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 25 Aug 2005 15:05:17 +0100
  • Newsgroups: alt.internet.search-engines
  • Organization: schestowitz.com / Manchester University
  • References: <1124966158.564958.290630@g49g2000cwa.googlegroups.com> <1124967539.d68f7bf1579ad0a8d0b88fea26013d5d@teranews>
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___/ On Thursday 25 August 2005 12:00, [Paul Silver] wrote : \___

> Nerdlance.com wrote:
>> I read that the best way to increase you rankings is to get other sites
>> to link to you. I've also heard that blogs are pretty hot right now to
>> do this. Does anyone have any tips suggestions on how to go about doing
>> this without being a blatant blog spammer?

Are you referring to blog comments or splogs? There are some 'people' who
set up dozens of fake blogs, scrape content and then link to themselves. I
will warn you that it no longer works and Google are finally taking action:


> Find blogs with posts that you can comment on usefully, then write
> useful/interesting comments.
> feedster.com and technorati.com are good places for searching on blogs.
> Remember that plenty of blogs now have anti-spamming technologies built
> in - so they might redirect any links through scripts to stop them
> passing Page Rank, or use rel="nofollow" on the links to do the same
> thing. If you're only concerned about the links for the search engine
> benefit you need to check on any blocking before you go through the
> effort of posting.

To name a few blogs that stick to the "no nofollow" pact:



Mine is included. There is a slogan that goes: "kill spam, not blogs (blog


Roy S. Schestowitz        Useless fact: Sharks are immune to cancer

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