PR 6-4 Profile Backlinks With STATIC URL Structure - 25 links Packet 1

Friday, April 2, 2010 10:16 PM Posted by Seb
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Most of you know or may not know the fact that static URLs are most likely to be indexed and given importance by Google as compare to Dynamic URLs. In this post I will be sharing 26 High PR (6-4) profile backlinks. Here is the list:

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Enjoy!!!

Comments (5)

Hi Sabahat Ali,

Thank for your BHW work ..
Just a couple of questions on your ideas:

The "most common method" you describe about getting profile links indexed, sounds exactly the same as people suggest you do for link wheels. Pardon the newbieness of this Q, but from the five steps, could you please explain why in detail you do each step, and why its in such an order?

For instance, on web 2.0 pages i have an article, it gives me an RSS feed, and I have checked that it has a DO FOLLOW rule using firefox ad ons. Assuming that I have a page full of good info and the RSS link I imagine the first step is to submit the feed to an RSS aggregator. What value does this have, then why do I follow it with PINGING, rather than before?

And the final part is social bookmarking? Does this have to happen last, and manually, is this just referreing to the URL of your web 2 property in a blog or forum somewhere? Is the bookmarketing service just used to automate it?

Also I have RSSbot and am considering using that instead of your suggested IceRocket. Is there much difference? I ask this because i have read the pdf and the set up for rssbot seems a little complex, and people are concerned that there is no gurantee that the set of aggregators that come with the s/w are still functioning or that it will tell you if the still are -

It appears with icerocket that you still have to set up a lot of info including account creation?

Is the whole point of this to force google etc to scan your page, and then it moves you in the serps? So I take it that you should update your page every two weeks, then do the whole process again?

Is this getting close to what its about? If you provide any detail about the order and reasons it would be greatly appreciated, as you will probably be the first coherent person to do so!

C,

Linkenator

I have mentioned each step just to ensure that it will guarantee the 100% indexing in Google. You may follow or skip the steps as mentioned above as it is not the hard and fast rule. I will try to explain why I am using these steps in such order:

"For link-wheel, you actually use web 2.0 properties that already have RSS unlike profiles for which you need to make for each of your profiles. So you need to make RSS channel for your profiles using ICE Rocket and submit that channel to top RSS Aggregators or manually. This will index your backlinks easily. If your backlinks are not indexed its for no use same as if you have not made any backlink."

Well, the other way is to make link nuggets in chain.

Let's take P=Profile

P1's link should be present in P2, P2 should be present in P3... So if you are able to index P1, it will eventually index all profiles in the chain.

Bookmarking the RSS feed can boost its power only. You may automate it or skip this step.

You may also distribute your profiles through a blog to any forum where people are hungry for backlinks. Ask them to subscribe to your blog and bookmark it any bookmarking site they are in. Eventually, if you are contributing your links consistently, this will make your blog a link-bait which will spread like a fire in web.

Thank you.

@Xfactornos

To find these links all you need to do is to focus and make notice of the similar footprints, link structure and the feel requirement. And then put search query accordingly. Finally, you need to scrape out those links by saving those results using SEO quake etc.

very interesting post....many secret revealed...i think you have find inurl: command of google to find all the sites these sites look similar by url wise....anyway thanks for posting ...keeep posting...

tanks

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