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I couldn’t believe it, but it happened!    high quality backlinks

I was able to earn 288 quality backlinks from relevant websites in 3 months.

But I didn’t build the links myself. Isn’t it weird?

When I first checked my statistics, I thought the links came by accident. But I know better now.

There is no theory on this post. Every piece of advice here can be applied right away and you’ll see link results coming to your website and blog.

In case you’ve forgotten, in February 19th 2013, I took a pen and pad, wrote down a very “serious” goal that challenged my LIFE.

Do you care to know what the goal is?

 

“To Build 100 niche sites and to earn passive income!”

Yes, you read that right. At this point, I can say that I’m doing perfectly okay. Although I didn’t start off building all the sites in February, I built about 3 niche sites targeting few hot products.

To be honest with you, I now have about 10 niche sites and 5 of them are doing well.

I don’t mean they’re making thousands of dollars yet, but at least I see income every month. Keep reading because I’m going to also share my earnings recap for this blog.

 

Generating backlinks at will – 288 backlinks

Imagine this: You built a niche site in April 7th 2013 and in June, you checked the number of external links you’ve and saw a total of 288 backlinks. Isn’t that wonderful?

Yes, that’s what happened to one of my niche sites. I only left a comment on a health blog the same day Google indexed my site – but other links came to me at will. Now, I understand what it means to focus on the right things and worry less about link building.

If you’re struggling to build backlinks to your blog in order to improve your search engine rankings, I want to personally caution you to take things slowly.

It could be possible that you’ve been focusing on the wrong stuffs, which is why you’re unable to get the links you want.

 

How good are these links?

I know you’d ask this question, because a bunch of backlinks doesn’t mean they’re good. But trust me, in all the 288 off-page links, only 31 of them are from PR1 – PR2. The other 257 links all came from a PR3 – PR5 websites and syndication sites.

So, it’s 100% possible to get other website owners linking to you, just like that. But you’ve to do something first.

The reason why I haven’t revealed the ONE thing you must do to earn these juicy links is because it’s so simple to implement. So, what does Google truly want from you?

 

Google is after AUTHORITY LINKS

Oh, I didn’t tell you that these 288 links significantly increased my rankings in June. Yes, the links took a while to get indexed by Google, which was the major reason why I didn’t see results overnight. I hate overnight success – don’t you?

What Google wants from you and would ever want from you is authority links. In the same vein if you must link out to another website, ensure that the links will go to an authority network.

The truth is, even if the links you build from a PR3 – PR7 websites aren’t relevant, Google would still reward you.

On the other hand, if you get a link from say, PR1 or PR2 website and the niche is irrelevant (different) from yours, that would be a total waste of time. Yes, you should still generate links from low PR sites, but aim for relevance.

In other words, if your niche site is “search engine marketing,” when you want to get backlinks from new blogs, make sure they’re in the same niche as you – search engine optimization or SEO trends or related…

A health blog that has a low PR (0 – 2) value will be totally irrelevant to your SEO links. Got that?

 

Show me the numbers for “earned” backlinks

Take a closer look at my screenshot:

288 backlinks

If you study the screenshot closely, you’ll find a number of striking points. The NoFollow links makes me happy, because Google will see all the links as natural.

If all the 288 were DoFollow, then I’d be scared of Penguin Penalty. So, if you’re building links, you should mix up the NoFollow with the DoFollow.

Don’t believe those who tell you that NoFollow have no SEO juice – what they fail to realize is the “No” attribute is what strengthens the “Do” attribute to get you the best rankings as quickly as possible. Did you realize that some of the .edu and .gov links are NoFollow?

But they’re still powerful in the long run when you mix them up.

You’ll also find image links which I earned from authority sites. In other words, people searched for my kind of image, arrived at my niche site, loved the image, used it and credited my site as the source.

 

Text links, image links, deleted links and NoFollow forms a wheel

The best form of SEO that produces result over time, no matter what update Google is throwing at you is the combination of text links, images, deleted and NoFollow links.

They’ll all form a wheel in a natural way.

But how on earth is a deleted link helpful?

Here’s how it works: when you gain a link from a neighboring website or blog, if that link is relevant and from authority site, it’d pass value to your webpage and improve its rankings.

In the future, if the link you gained gets deleted, of course it can impede your rankings, but don’t worry; you’ll bounce back and rank better because such relevant links MUST have been syndicated across other networks through the Feed.

Another piece of advice I’d like to give to you is this: when building links from .Gov and .Edu sites, also mix it up with links from .com, .net, .tv and especially the geographic located where your website domain name is hosted – e.g. build/earn links from .us, .au, .co.uk, .ca, .fr (france).

 

So, how did I generate 288 links without building them?

Remember, I achieved this result in approximately 3 months and totally dominated my niche for every long-tail keywords. Isn’t it wonderful? The message I’m passing across to you is that you can actually do the same thing.

You can apply this technique if your niche is internet marketing, health related, entertainment, sports, shopping, writing etc.

It works and works so well.

The best way to generate links from AUTHORITY WEBSITES without begging or even submitting guest posts is “WRITE A RESOURCE ARTICLE.”

 

What is RESOURCE CONTENT?

Simple – it’s that type of content that’s original, lengthy (1000+ words) and contains a lot of helpful tips which your readers and target audience can use – and they can’t find it elsewhere. Does it make sense?

I mean, do you understand my definition?

Writing a resourceful post is the most important thing you can do as a content marketer. In all my niche sites, the type of content I write is helpful and well-detailed that you can’t find the type in Google.

Sure, I still carry out my research in Google, through other books and forum participations, but I tend to make each post I write exceedingly useful. And different from what is available on the World Wide Web.

For instance, if someone is looking for ways to eliminate acne, please don’t just write a 500-word article and ask them to click your affiliate link to buy the product.

Of course, you can make quick cash with that, but you’ve not helped them – or did you? No one is going to link to you with such a promotional article.

What you should have done is simple. Do your research and learn all you can about:

Skin problems – acne, Causes of acne, Symptoms of acne, Acne natural remedies, Types of acne and so on. Remember, I’m only using this niche to explain what you must do when you’re looking to earn links at will.

 

Competitors are the laziest people on earth    lazy competitors

Surprise at my subtitle?

From my 5-year experience marketing online, I can boldly say that your competitors are not as strong and intelligent as you think. In fact, they’re lazy!

When you invest so much time to write a resource post, nobody can copy you. Instead, they’ll all link to you NATURALLY.

Back to the topic of research.

Once you’re able to do that, now write a detailed article, create a video if you can or make a presentation with your facts clearly presented.

You could even write a short report of about 7-15 pages and include on the resource content.

You can invest 2 days to gather the necessary information you need to write your RESOURCE content. Don’t be in a hurry or you’ll miss it.

The end result will always be GREAT – you’ll get hundreds of backlinks from authority and relevant websites and social media networks. And that’s the goal – you want to write/produce a masterpiece that nobody in your niche could ever imagine doing.

As an example, in 2012, I wrote a post titled, 100 ways to dazzle blog readers. Guess what? I’m yet to find any blogger or internet marketer who has written or published that type of content.

When you write such type of content that’s resourceful and detailed, 2 things will happen:

  1. You’ll discourage competitors from writing the same thing
  2. You’ll naturally persuade competitors to link to you at will

Don’t be worried about anchor links

The reason why you’ve been mindful of anchor texts is because you’re doing link building manually.

You write guest posts all the time, but you’re confused on what text to link back with. You don’t even know whether Google will penalize you or not for over-optimization.

The only way around the problem of over-optimization is to let other website owners and target audience link to you. The people perceive you in a different light.

They know you from the impression you’ve created – so they will link to your RESOURCE page through different anchor texts that Google recommends.

Of course, they wouldn’t know they’re helping you improve your rankings through diversified anchor linking; they’re just doing it for the sake of helping their own community/audience.

Don’t forget, your anchor texts (which connect with your resource page) must be diversified, different and unique across the web.

It’s a great way to stay off Google’s Penguin radar and get top placements in search. Consequently, you’ll generate a lot of targeted traffic in the process.

 

What about the traffic and commissions so far?

A side note: last month, I received my first commission from this particular niche site. The first commission I received was $196.01.

This July, my earnings are already above $100 which means that my goal of earning $500 per niche is around the corner. Aren’t you glad for me?

As for the traffic, I get 300+ monthly visitors to this niche site. I have plans to write 10 product review articles this month and grow the traffic.

 

Can you write resource content?

Yes, you can. That’s the quickest way to generate/earn/build authority backlinks naturally.

Don’t be like bloggers and content marketers who chase links from every nook and cranny of the web. Let them continue their hunt…

You should DEDICATE your time to writing resource posts, case study and list posts that are detailed and valuable. Don’t be tempted to write 500-word blog post again, increase it to 1000 or 4000 like me. The results are lifelong…

As you consistently publish such RESOURCEFUL content, other people (bloggers + website owners + competitors) would gladly link to you, in order to provide value to their own readers.

I love content marketing because it helps you take charge. You’ve seen my success so far – I didn’t chase links, I focused on the right content and the 288 quality backlinks came. You should do the same thing.

What tip do you’ve for building backlinks to your website in a natural manner? Drop me a resourceful comment below if you can. I LOVE YOU!

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102 Comments

Niquelle Wright · January 29, 2014 at 6:12 am

This post was very helpful. To me a niche site has maybe 5-10 posts very tightly linked in terms of topic covered. Maybe even one or two of the words in the long tail keywords are the same. Is that too tightly focused or just right? I am having trouble with the scope of my blog “creeping” I want to write about some other topics but I feel like I might be spreading out too much. Can you provide any suggestions about how to tell when a topic is too far out or range of the blog?

Uchenna URA · December 14, 2013 at 11:48 pm

Some very useful tips, of course content is the most important thing, as well as on-page SEO. Link building has been attacked hard by Google of recent with their Google Penguin algorithm.

Shiv Saroya · November 23, 2013 at 11:56 am

its a awesome article read ever. you written very detailed information about make high quality backlinks, thanks man you did a great job.

Shakeel Memon · November 4, 2013 at 7:31 am

That’s one of a good backlinking case study. I’m going to implement your tips
commenting on other blogs is also a great practice for high quality backlinks

Georgiana · October 19, 2013 at 9:45 pm

E-commerce owners can benefit from buy edu backlinks, just like
people who operate regular content-based websites.
5 percent 1 Text on each of its pages as long as you can before the
link at the end of a recession on the search engine.

Gaurav · September 13, 2013 at 11:44 am

ahhhh if i got the same results like yours it will be a surprising for me. but now i am going to follow all steps. thanks a lot

hiren · September 4, 2013 at 5:26 am

nice article i always search on web how get more backlinks for my website and now i am in right place. very nice article very helpful with me i definitely try all tips given by you. thank for sharing.

Lolset · August 14, 2013 at 7:42 pm

Thanks for a great article and interesting tips to create a successful website.

Damdama Lake · August 13, 2013 at 12:59 pm

Excellent Blog!!
Thanks for sharing such valuable information.

Darlington · August 11, 2013 at 8:37 pm

Interesting and informative article. I am really impress for the goal you set for yourself, I hope you achieve that very soon. I have gradually been building links for my blog but I try to focus more on my content. I have learn how important resource page can be.. Thanks for sharing….

Jackson Nwachukwu · July 31, 2013 at 5:44 am

Hey Bro,

This is really a cool and unique post. I thought some times that writing longer posts puts impatient readers off. They say the internet is hot and its users are in most cases not patient to read every line of words your wrote.

However, one thing is certain, when you write a helpful content not just quality content it becomes a must read.

I still maintains my writing pattern of 900 to 1000+ words…

Thanks for sharing this post.

Cheers!

venkat · July 30, 2013 at 8:44 am

thanks Michael Chibuzor,
great words about backlinks,
it are very useful to me..
thanks for the article.

Anees Baloach · July 27, 2013 at 2:44 pm

Hi, This is my reading on your blog. I think you should write a little more TO THE POINT.

    content marketing up · July 27, 2013 at 5:38 pm

    I shall try to be on point next time. Thanks for reading.

kapil heera · July 27, 2013 at 10:05 am

hi Michael Chibuzor I visited on your blog first time and saw really the article post by now I am going from here but I am not going alone. I have been taking huge knowledge from your blog that you share

vishan sahu · July 26, 2013 at 10:19 am

i read your article two times,
‘most loving point is “Competitors are the laziest people on earth”.
it is true. all the points are very nice but this is very nice ..i love it..

    content marketing up · July 26, 2013 at 12:25 pm

    I also will not forget to thank you twice. Thank you. Thank you.

Ryan Hunny · July 25, 2013 at 12:46 pm

wow… a wonderful reading .well, no doubt backlinks are much important for a website…and i found pretty good ideas while reading your experience. Keep sharing this kind of your experiences. Good Luck

Ian Ray · July 25, 2013 at 9:25 am

Wow I hope I can also do that. I need to have more backlinks to my website. Thanks for posting this one.

Wilkins · July 25, 2013 at 2:56 am

No, Google did not kill the content/niche site model, but I do believe it is forever changed. The days of building content sites in hopes of drumming up a ton of Google traffic are coming to a close for the most part.

Mike Milton · July 23, 2013 at 10:18 am

i think this trick may be helping but if you done guest posting and you comment about topic related issue so chances is getting more that this way…

Yangshuo · July 23, 2013 at 6:45 am

Ill give it a try. Cheers bro

Poowee · July 23, 2013 at 6:44 am

I am really trying to get some backlinks but I am finding it hard. I will follow your advice. Thank You !

greens zambasa · July 22, 2013 at 8:38 am

Hi Michael

I am a fellow blogger ad am quite impressed by your blog. My blog is just over six months old and I was looking at ways of building links to my site when I came across your blog. This article will save me a lot of time and energy in my link building initiative. Thanks a lot!

Jack · July 22, 2013 at 3:20 am

Very god tips about getting many high quality backlinks, what you shared is really exact because we must consider about Search Engine Rankings for getting mass backlinks.

Brooks Tyler · July 20, 2013 at 11:01 am

Writing a resourceful post is the most important thing you can do as a content marketer . In all my niche sites, the type of content I write is helpful and well-detailed that you can’t find the type in Google.

Klarra · July 20, 2013 at 9:28 am

Thank you Michael for this post! I know how hard is to find good backlinks sources and I am so new on this! This post is gold for me!
Regards!

Ravi · July 20, 2013 at 9:20 am

Care for your blog information. I did like to do Guest Post for gaining a high value of backlink. It supportive to obtain more visitors to the website

Micah N. Vargas · July 18, 2013 at 6:48 pm

My homepage is a static page, which is what 100% of you should be doing. If you go to Settings > Reading, you can select to make your front page a static page. This homepage is by the far most important out of all the content you create; if you know anything about niche sites, it’s that they try to rank for one specific keyword, and that word is on your homepage. Therefore if your content on this page is crap, don’t bother with anything else in this entire process, because you’ll have a high bounce rate. Because the page is trying to rank for a term, on page SEO is vital.

himanshu · July 17, 2013 at 6:04 pm

I was in misconception that no follow is not useful but thanks for removing it and letting me know about this.

Mike Milton · July 17, 2013 at 12:56 pm

just discuss about the relevant topic and provide detail those people wanted than surely you win the heart of the blogger and you will get more and more back-links..

    content marketing up · July 17, 2013 at 7:52 pm

    Hmm, sounds so easy for you Mike. I hope my readers see through the same lens as you do.

Patrick · July 16, 2013 at 3:18 pm

This is a really interesting idea. Although you worried at all about Google catching up with this tactic and devaluing your links?

Kuptas · July 15, 2013 at 11:40 am

Thanks for the case study, some interesting info there for getting quality backlinks.

Jak · July 15, 2013 at 9:41 am

Loves your blog tips. I did like to do Guest Post for gaining a high quality of backlink. It helpful to get more visitor to the website.

Avadeep · July 14, 2013 at 5:37 pm

Nice information on link building the natural way. Thank you Michael

sanjay · July 14, 2013 at 5:19 pm

Hmm, I thought so myself. Lol!

Boyd Hanson · July 14, 2013 at 2:55 pm

You are wrong! Why dont you lower ranking which is getting hacklink sites ?They are getting pr7 hacklink from .edu websites and now they are on the top of google search.They are using copy paste content alsoI didnt like your last update!

    content marketing up · July 14, 2013 at 10:58 pm

    I don’t really understand what your comment is about – all the same, thanks for stopping by.

Jane Portovsky · July 13, 2013 at 9:32 am

Great work. I couldn’t believe, too. 😉 This is very helpful!

Kartik SIbal · July 12, 2013 at 5:06 pm

I thought this involved blackhat SEO – but it’s so legit and cool to implement. Awesome post Michael

Rohit · July 12, 2013 at 1:42 pm

Hey great info,a big salute to your article on hijacking quality backlinks the right way. I wouldn’t have thought of this if not for your piece. I like the case study Michael.

john · July 12, 2013 at 1:35 pm

Resource posts tends to attract natural links from bloggers and website owners. Even the media can pick it up and do a lot of goodness with it, if you give them permission. Great insight to link building, Michael.

    content marketing up · July 12, 2013 at 5:36 pm

    Aha, talking about media and press release. That’s one way to get your resource content virally distributed. Thanks for your comment.

Jonathan · July 12, 2013 at 1:32 pm

thank you man. That was pretty well written But i didn’t understand much. Will you write for my website for free.

    content marketing up · July 12, 2013 at 5:37 pm

    No, I won’t write for free – I’ve got bills to pay my dear. All the same, thanks for stopping by to leave me a comment.

Tanis · July 12, 2013 at 12:41 pm

This is the first time i’m reading that no-follow links are important, thanks for sharing.

    content marketing up · July 12, 2013 at 5:38 pm

    Yes, even though no-follow does not pass on link juice as we know it, but it influences and strengthens the do-follow links we get from high-traffic and high-PR websites. Don’t totally ignore the former, always mix it up.

jerry ferron · July 12, 2013 at 6:53 am

thanks for the information on backlinking that works. This is somewhat related to what Pat Flynn shared with us all.

    content marketing up · July 12, 2013 at 10:59 am

    Ya, Pat’s link building resource is powerful – which is the major reason why everyone and their cat links to it, without the author asking them to.

Schizzo · July 11, 2013 at 6:54 pm

Thanks for the case study, some interesting info there.

Innocent · July 11, 2013 at 1:18 pm

thanks for sharing your experience with us buddy.. i’m also new to blogging, checkout my blog when you’ve the time. Good link building information you’ve laid out for your readers.

Smith Rob · July 11, 2013 at 10:13 am

Thanks very much for your great contribution to the beneficial knowledge of niche selection and full of useful contents and information.

Osvaldo R. Pittman · July 11, 2013 at 8:18 am

Great post Michael

David Sandy · July 11, 2013 at 12:16 am

That’s a great tip. I’ve actually seen links to resource pages. People make up resource pages of resource pages. I’ve struggled getting organic links. I originally did alot of stuff for my local law practice and could occasionally get a link from giving little speeches at bar camps. You’re right I am lazy.

When I started practicing law in 2006 and started blogging it was amazing how many request I’d get to add to blogroll or just get added. I think I need to refocus on creating specific content that people will link too.

For my new brandable domain site I’m planning to go through the week domain sales reports and do a summary. Consistent easy to generate content that I think people will link too eventually.

    content marketing up · July 11, 2013 at 1:03 pm

    Taking action is what would produce results – I’m proud of you Sandy.

Erwin · July 10, 2013 at 8:38 pm

Hi everyone,

I don’t know much about SEO and backlinks but from this post I’ve learnt it is easy and it can pay off big.

Thank you Michael and I hope to came back soon for more.

See you on top.

Erwin.

    content marketing up · July 11, 2013 at 1:04 pm

    Good to see you hear Erwin. Now you know the basics of link building and hopefully, you’ll do a great job at your website.

liyan · July 10, 2013 at 12:28 pm

Backlinks that are from authority websites are powerful. Thank you so much.

Lavindra · July 10, 2013 at 12:24 pm

I like your post considerably because it contains terribly helpful info that helps in one’s world things.

xicom · July 10, 2013 at 11:00 am

but, by new google update it helps or not, most web development company change its strategics.

Veteroch · July 10, 2013 at 6:51 am

That’s one of a good backlinking case study. I’m going to implement your tips Michael.

    content marketing up · July 11, 2013 at 1:07 pm

    Go give it a shot and let me know how much success you got.

Nazia Tayyub · July 10, 2013 at 6:20 am

I totally agree with you. Earning dofollow links as you tell is possible when one writes quality and resourceful post. You’ve this nailed to the wood Michael.

nitin · July 10, 2013 at 12:46 am

your tips are very useful for me and help me in future

Stefan Thornton · July 9, 2013 at 10:06 pm

The last full income report showing the income for all my niche sites was right here from August 2011 .

Len · July 9, 2013 at 2:16 pm

Getting quality backlinks is important. Interesting to read about the no follow links as well. Thank you Michael.

Agnes · July 9, 2013 at 11:45 am

I like your post very much as it contains very useful information that helps in one’s real life situations.

Mikko · July 9, 2013 at 10:59 am

I agree that NoFollow is a good way to make a nice spread on the linkstrategy. Google will see them even though they don’t count them.

Thomas · July 9, 2013 at 9:22 am

What a great niche site case study. I’ve been looking for practical ideas on how to build quality links without guest blogging, now I’ve the right answer from you Michael.

James · July 9, 2013 at 7:37 am

Hmm… The case study is really worth, I’ll follow these instructions to get same results as you got. Thanks for sharing!

    content marketing up · July 9, 2013 at 10:41 am

    Go ahead and implement it James. I’ll be watching your back!

Kelvin Hart · July 8, 2013 at 1:23 pm

The last full income report showing the income for all my niche sites was right here from August 2011 .

kamlesh · July 8, 2013 at 11:49 am

Thanks for sharing great article about tips to maintain successful blog. This is very useful information for online review readers. Keep it up such a nice posting like this.

Ponsel Terbaru · July 7, 2013 at 4:53 pm

Hi Michael,

Thank you for this tips..

Ryan Kaufman · July 6, 2013 at 6:40 pm

hi Michael

you got $100 with only 300 visitors… that’s awesome – and congrats!

How did you do it? What’s key with such a site that gets less traffic, yet it earns more money….

Are your sites Amazon related, or ?

P.S. Your concept of writing resource type articles is very practical. I have mini sites and authority blogs that have the best content on the home page – and that post is “sticky”, and gets the most traffic…

When I write / outsource content for a site, I research for the best available content and strive to out-compete it, in both quantity and quality – always – at least on the home page! 🙂

    content marketing up · July 6, 2013 at 7:20 pm

    The key to making money with less traffic for niche site is to target buying keywords. No, my niche site is not Amazon related, although I’ve Amazon sites too. But for this case study, it’s a third party health affiliate.

Mike Patel · July 6, 2013 at 1:15 pm

this is a SEO Factory..
your tips really effective and helping to make more and more back-links..

Waqas · July 6, 2013 at 1:09 pm

Great case study Michael. Thank you for writing this.

Johan Bengtsson · July 6, 2013 at 11:11 am

I fully agree with your part about no-follow links. I am sure they play some part in how google value links to your sites.

    content marketing up · July 6, 2013 at 11:44 am

    Yes nofollow links does have its place in SEO factoring.

Driveway · July 6, 2013 at 11:00 am

I thought that article writing and submission was dead and buried, as most white hay seo expert have declared recently… I’ll give it another shot and see if I get any good results..
Thanks for sharing your info..
Regards

    content marketing up · July 6, 2013 at 11:44 am

    No, article marketing is still alive, but it depends on the manner you go about doing it. Isn’t guest blogging a form of article marketing?

Risley · July 6, 2013 at 9:46 am

This backlinking strategy is great Michael. Writing resource post which other people can’t write is truly important. I got that secret now and I’m going to implement it on my blog right away. Hopefully, I’ll get more targeted traffic and quality authority links.

    content marketing up · July 6, 2013 at 10:14 am

    Exactly Risley. Go give it a shot and let me know what your results are.

Charles · July 6, 2013 at 6:16 am

You posted a great information, before reading this i don’t have much clarity on Dofollow and Nofollow links now it’s clear, i have one more doubt you said you commented in health blog then you got your site index, is your site related to health category or some other ?

If my site belongs to technical issues describing category then i do comment in health group, is it works to get back links ???….

    content marketing up · July 6, 2013 at 10:18 am

    Yes, this particular niche site of mine is in the health niche. Not a broad niche, but a micro-niche targeting one health product. Sure, I can still comment on a website that’s not health-related, but I must make sure the Pagerank is above 2 and the site must have strong social signals and active community.

Pramod · July 6, 2013 at 5:46 am

Thanks for sharing your experiences with us bro ! Yet again you cleared some of my serious doubts …You mad a very good explanation on mixing up the d-follow and no-follow backlinks so that you can’t be affected by the Angry Pengiun and Panda .I’m trying to build as many a high quality links (PR3-PR5) ..If you can share some tactics on building PR5+ links ..it would be great .

Regards,
Pramod

    content marketing up · July 6, 2013 at 10:21 am

    If I want to build high PR links, I can use web 2.0 sites like blogger.com, wordpress.com, squidoo.com, webs.com and syndicating my feed URL to high PR FEED networks. Submitting articles to directories still works to build links.

Kingsley | Guest blogging · July 6, 2013 at 4:47 am

hmm… I’ve never thought of really focusing mainly on building resource posts. . . But I guess I’ll start giving it a try from today. But I have to ask- How do you get the chance to post on each of your 10 niche sites?

    content marketing up · July 6, 2013 at 10:23 am

    I just create the chance by setting a goal and staying glued until I achieve it.
    For instance, I don’t waste time on Facebook Chat or sharing as such.
    I don’t even do so much on twitter – I just focus my attention writing and that’s
    how productivity became my second nature. Go ahead Sir, write more resource posts and
    watch backlinks and traffic coming your way.

Shyman · July 6, 2013 at 4:43 am

Michael, you’re moving gradually into becoming a passive income earner. Your income may not be huge today, but it can be scaled. And the way you’re going, I’m sure you’d generate more commissions this month.

    content marketing up · July 6, 2013 at 10:25 am

    Thanks for the encouragement. You don’t know how much inspired you’ve fired me right now.

      nirali · September 17, 2013 at 5:35 am

      nice article high pr backlinks are very helpful to any website it will increase website popularity on web as well also increase traffic nice way to get huge high pr back links. thanks for sharing this informative post it will very helpful with me

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