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How to find niche-related No-Follow Links?

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by angelicakaka, Apr 11, 2013.

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    I have been working on a website for a year and it is ranking pretty good for a relatively new website but I am stuck for the last few weeks and do not move either to the top or to the bottom.

    I also notices that my do-follow and no-follow ratio is a disaster since there are very few no-follow links..

    I guess I need to create many of them and I believe and know that even if they dont pass any Pr weight, they help very much with the rankings as long as they are from high quality sites and niche-related.

    My problem is; I know many ways to built do-follow links and use them effectively but have no idea about where to find TRAVEL RELATED no follow links.. I tried travel forums but most of them do not let promoting any commercial website even if the link is no-follow.

    Any recommendations and ideas will greatly appreciated!
    angelicakaka, Apr 11, 2013 IP
  2. RoguePyro

    RoguePyro Active Member

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    Most blogs (wordpress, blogger) are no-follow. You can either scrape sites with a program, or do a search in google for a keyword and a footprint. For example, if you search: travel "powered by wordpress" , in google it will return travel sites that are using wordpress (which is no-follow most of the time), and you could create a blog comment back to your site. Just look up blog footprints and search keywords. Then post a comment on those blogs.

    And yes, if most of your links are do-follow, it doesn't look that natural. Also, try using your naked URL ( http:// yoursite.com ) every once in a while.
    RoguePyro, Apr 11, 2013 IP
  3. angelicakaka

    angelicakaka Member Premium Member

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    thank you for your answer. I will also try what you told me. But I would not imagine that it could be so difficult to find no-follow links.. I actually think that blog comment links looks pretty spammy and I would prefer having either a contextual link or a blogroll which is a no follow link..but definitely something other than blog commentings
    angelicakaka, Apr 12, 2013 IP
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    angelicakaka Member Premium Member

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    By the way, thank you for your recommendation on the naked url anchor.. This is something I do and see the benefits..
    angelicakaka, Apr 12, 2013 IP