Inbound high quality links from high PR sites are important for our DA and PA, but how do we get them? Let's first examine different type of links.

Did you know that there are different types of links? Both DOFOLLOW and NOFOLLOW links are important for increasing your domain and page rank in the eyes or Google, Bing and all the other search engines out there.

NOFOLLOW Links

Most links are like this. Most of the social media sites, such as Google+, Facebook, Twitter only give you no follow links. What does this mean exactly?

Nofollow is an HTML attribute value used to instruct search engines bots that a hyperlink should not influence the link target's ranking in the search engine's index.

Does this mean that these links do not improve your ranking at all? No, they do, but much less than the other type of links we discuss next. Your links are always going to be mixture of NOFOLLOW and DOFOLLOW links and this is normal, something Google is expecting from you.

DOFOLLOW Links

Dofollow links allow google (all search engines) to follow them and reach our website. Giving us link juice and a backlink.

Some social media, social bookmarking sites and forums do give you DOFOLLOW backlinks, hence growing your DA and PA.



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Dinh Premium
Thanks for sharing!
Will check this out :)
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welcome
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WTucker1 Premium
thanks for that. . Never would have known any of that without you
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joekeriii Premium
I'm ready to start using this. Thanks!
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bjdluna Premium
Hi,
This is really great information! I would much rather get backlinks like this than to have to try and find people who would give me a backlink. This way is much better all you need is yourself! Thank you so much for this info! It's really a great idea!
So you just need that one Blogger account for each website you are trying to promote? You might have already mentioned this but how many words does your blogger post have? So you write one blogger post for every 5 or so posts you have put into your actual blog? What name to you give to your blogger account, is it different than your real blog? So you just put something in your post about each of those oils and link it to your blog? I never hear anything about blogger anymore I sure didn't know about this!

Do you know how different an article has to be from another article in order to not be considered "duplicate content"?

Sorry about all the questions this was really interesting to me. Thanks very much for this training!

Barbara
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ArtByHeart Premium
Hi Barbara, no worries with the questions, I am happy to help.

In principle no, you don't necessarily need a new blogger account for each website, but might be a good idea anyway. I just have a blogging account called cafebabe, an old nickname of mine. It does not have to reflect your site. In fact I often blog any sort of nonsence here, always done, don't take my blogger account serious at all!

Yes, I normally make a new blog post every 5 posts I have of the same topic, but sometimes as low as 2. Why? Because if I want to push some content, it's easy way to get a higher rank fast, so it's worth the time.

My usual blog posts are long, between 1200-3000 words. My reblogging post, or blurb as they are called, is normally no more than 500 words.

You can pass the article as unique by saying exactly the same, but using different words or changing the order of things. In general sentences of 5 words cannot be the same. So I just take my own content, normally the summary and my opinion, twist it around a bit and there we go, new short blurb article, containing links to my real content that I want to rank.
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AGOgden Premium
makes good sense...thanks for sharing this...
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