In this video, Rob Somerville tells you where to look for sites relevant to your niche, from which you can get not only traffic, but also backlinks.
From previous lessons you already know on which sites you can post comments. Now you only need to find such sites.
You can find blogs on Google here.
As a prototype, take the phrase “speed reading.”
As you can see, there are more than enough results.
Open a couple of blogs and see if they have a form for commenting (it is present in most cases). Take the first thing that caught my eye:
At the bottom of the message, you will see an invitation to write a comment:
In the "Name” field, you need to specify your key phrase and, if you want, add to it a word (or a couple of words) that will make it unique. This is necessary if you want to track the publication of comments through Google Alerts.
For example, take the name "speed reading gurumaster” . Google does not give results for this phrase (except for the three pages related to Marathon), so it is ideal for this role.
Now you can write a few lines of comments (make sure that the comment is original and relevant, otherwise it will most likely be taken for spam) and post them. If the comment has to go through pre-moderation, you will have to wait a bit before it is published, if not, you will see the result as soon as it updates I’m the page. A few minutes to read the post and write the comment - and you have a backward link.
You can post comments to any number of blogs. 5-10 per day will be enough for a start. Also pay attention to the PR pages The higher it is, the better it is naturally.
The forums are a bit more difficult. To search for forums, Rob advises adding the word "forum" to the keyword phrase.
Here you can count on the fact that b o most of the issue will somehow be connected with some forum and your key phrase. Here, for example,
If you click on the link, you will see a thread dedicated to speed reading. Just what you need.
In most cases, you can register on the forum and write a message. Studying the forum, pay special attention to the presence of links in the signatures of the participants. For example, in this message there is no signature.
Here you can see that all the outgoing links on this forum have the nofollow attribute:
Here is an example of how signatures are cut:
Most likely, this was an affiliate link. In any case, you should not waste time on such forums. There are many others where the link in the signature is allowed.
There are many Web 2. 0 platforms that allow visitors to leave messages or make notes in guest books. The largest of these platforms are Squidoo and HubPages.
To find the guestbook on Squidoo, Rob advises using the following request:
The request consists of three parts:
This is where Google’s feature to rank pages based on their weight is very useful. You will have to spend less time searching for piarist pages than you would have with the built-in search on Squidoo.
In case with HubPages, the request should look like et so:
You can enter the key phrase with or without quotes.
So, if there are almost no relevant pages in Squidoo, in HubPages There is something that can attract our attention. For example,
In the comments field you can write a small review about the article and put a back link to your blog.
Rob strongly recommends installing the CoolIris plugin, which allows you to view the content of the site of interest directly from the Google page:
To do this, you just need to move the cursor on the link. If you like the content of the page, just follow the link, as you would have done without a plugin. CoolIris also highlights viewed pages in a different color.
I hope you like this plugin.