Msg#: 4021288 posted 6:43 pm on Nov 8, 2009 (gmt 0)
hello, i am an asp.net developer but i am new to webmasters world and seo, i listen people speaking about link building all the time. i really don’t know from where in the world you get this links. all the blogs are “no follow” all the forum pages have really low PR, and google employee posted that links from social networks are not important.
i really don’t know how can you get this links from PR +5 pages. if you have a page pr 5 you wont allow comments on it or will make it no follow. last joke is “natural links” from the 50 users that google send to my new website what is the ratio of readers who own a 5 pr websites and from them how many will write about me.looooooool may be buying is the solution of the prof. i don’t know is there something i miss please inform me oldieeees
Msg#: 4021288 posted 7:00 pm on Nov 8, 2009 (gmt 0)
This question is asked every week: How do I get links. If you are serious about obtaining links then best place to start is our Link Development Library [webmasterworld.com]. Take a few days or weeks to read through every single post in the library. You will then have a better feel for it.
Your question is too general to answer in a single discussion. It's like asking "How do I cook dinner?" in a recipes forum, know what I mean? ;)
Msg#: 4021288 posted 5:18 am on Nov 15, 2009 (gmt 0)
Your best bet is to go to the bank and get a loan for about $40,000 and start buying all the pr7+ dofollow links you can find over the next several months using the keywords you want to rank for. That should do the job for ya lol.
Msg#: 4021288 posted 8:49 am on Dec 10, 2009 (gmt 0)
hey there..i am quite new to this.. At first start backlinkin from blogspots..and such sites containing 3/4 PR..at least 10 of them..and write original stuffs (quality content), then digg all of them.. twit them..make a chat room in your site..then at end you'll find incoming backlink request...hard work pays off man!
Msg#: 4021288 posted 11:52 pm on Jan 23, 2010 (gmt 0)
Hey I just tried to view the Link Development Library link (http://www.webmasterworld.com/redirect.cgi?f=12&d=4021288&url=http://www.webmasterworld.com/libraryv4.cgi?viewforum=12) and it doesn't work. Anybody have an update?