100s of Free PR 6,5,4 Incoming Links

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  1. Thanks Chad! Excellent content! You can also go to a site like http://www.big-boards.com that lists all the biggest forums in terms of users & posts. I’ve found that the more users a forum has, the higher the pagerank of that forum and the threads. Find the biggest forums in your niche and use your technique in the video to find out if they allow anchor text links in your sig file and if the links are dofollow or nofollow. Once you find a big forum that allows dofollow anchor links in your sig, then join it and start becoming a productive member and post away. Then find the next biggest forum in your niche and wash, rinse & repeat.

    Daniel Tierney at 12:19 pm
  2. Great information and all for free. I just set up my forum account at prevention and made my first post. Thank you!

    mike at 1:14 pm
  3. thats a great tip, Daniel!

    admin at 2:15 pm
  4. Hey Chad,

    Great quick video on finding the links to go after and also using that Seoquake plugin for Firefox. I’ll be sure to also check out the Big Boards site that Dan is recommending.

    Awesome material once again..!

    Many Blessings,
    Jerold

    Jerold Johnson at 4:28 pm
  5. Given that many signature files use actual HTLM rather than board code – what would keep one from simply adding a background-colored link? I’d think that promotion would be really hard to object to, if it was invisible.

    Blert at 9:44 pm
  6. Big thanks to both Chad and Daniel, these are really good tips!

    Miranda at 2:32 am
  7. As always, great video, Chad!

    Thanks!

    Ursa at 1:29 am
  8. @blert: background colored links are easily detected by the search engines and haven’t worked for over 5 years… its a good way to get yourself spanked really quick

    admin at 9:27 am
  9. Chad

    searchstatus plugin can automatically check for nofollow links
    http://www.quirk.biz/download-searchstatus;jsessionid=DA57FAC9210784749BBA33D923565B63

    once installed , right click on @ icon (in firefox status bar) and select “highlight nofollow links

    Jason Frovich at 11:19 am
  10. ps i see all your links on the blog are no f0llow.

    Jason Frovich at 11:19 am
  11. yea you mean the comment links? I do that on purpose

    chad at 2:08 pm
  12. I am glad I came across this article, I now have SQ installed and will do some searches on the forums as shown in your very explicit video. You are now bookmarked……. many thanks

    Nats at 1:58 pm
  13. Hi Chad, yes on the comment links.

    Ps you mention that you outsouce a lot of this.

    Do you have a standard template or examples of what you say or use for the outsource service?

    Im going to do this as well..

    Jason at 7:02 am
  14. Another useful tool, along the same lines, is CommentKahuna.com (free). It’ll go out and search for blogs that don’t use the no-follow tag and then you’re free to post into those blogs via this software and save a log file when you’re done! Awesome tool that automates what Chad is doing in the forum realm. 🙂

    Miguel at 3:11 am
  15. Chad,

    You say that links from commenters are no-follow from your blog, but I have link to my site from this very page – am I missing something in understanding??

    Miranda at 2:33 pm
  16. Another great video from Chad. You’re doing a great job here, giving free tips on getting high quality page rank links. Thank you for sharing.

    Jimisan at 5:39 pm
  17. Great video with some great tips – will be doing this.

    Frank Polenose at 9:51 am
  18. Just a heads up.
    SEO Quake is now available for Chrome. (just installed it)

    Changed my retrieve parameter to 3,000 too.
    Google seems to slap me all over the place, so I wanted to be sure to not get
    on their stink eye list.

    Thanks for all this great info btw.

    Tree Dweller at 8:04 am

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