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Backlink Strategy – Develop These Resources For A Strong Backlink Profile

Profile photo of Robert A Kearse Submitted by Robert A Kearse August 30, 2016

Backlinks That YOU Are In control Of

Develop A Strong Backlink Profile With Links From Different Online Sources That You Can Build Up Over Time With Multiple Backlinks

Building a strong backlink profile with no out of pocket cost is not a one-time effort.

First of all you want your profile to show a natural, organic pace of growth.

Spurts of backlink growth are OK, but spurts followed by no links for a long period is no good!!

At least once a week do some link building. So here are 5 links to initiate or develop for the long term:

1. Kancyl

Unique type of social bookmarking site where you can create a home/profile page as well as post your content in a category page.

Here is what my profile page looks like:Me on Kancyl

 

2. Kred

Exit from the initial pop-up in the middle of the screen and you will see another pop-up (top right corner) that has two hyperlinks to sites of your choice (Blog/Website).

Click the top left icon to sign up.

 

3. GuestCamp

Publish your content directly on this site!

It is necessary to submit your content by email, but you can include images and hyperlinks (like back to your site with keyword rich anchor text).

There are nine different categories in which you can publish content, such as the Business Category

 

4. Soup

Build your authority status by posting content (not just your own) relevant to a narrowly focused topic.

This is a perfect site to republish your old quality content within a specific category. Here is the page I just started:Increase Web Traffic

Once you log in you will see a “My Soup” item at the top menu, far left.

At the bottom left are these icons. Click the bottom icon (Options).

Follow the initial directions on the pop-up: “To post content from elsewhere to this soup, simply drag this button up to your browser’s bookmark toolbar: Post to Soup.”

As a result you will have a convenient bookmarklet that will post any page (Kingged content!) you choose to your Soup page. Just click the “Post to Soup” bookmarklet.

Just one strong suggestion. Do not just publish your own content. Look for relevant quality content and include it. Your authority status will prosper as a result.

 

5. Editorial Assistant by Zemanta

Give your backlink strategy added diversity with this WordPress plugin.

Become a member of a network of 120,000bloggers.

When you link to other bloggers’ related posts, in turn, your posts are recommended to other bloggers. Then find out how manybacklinks, tweets, and likes your posts received via Zemanta Dashboard.

The most important thing to be aware of is that quality content rules!

 

Once you have recorded the urls of your new backlinks you must ping them with regularity.

Put these pinging services in your marketing arsenal:

PingFarm

 

PingExpert I have recommended this site often in the past, but lately its uptime online has been erratic.

I like the service, because you can schedule multiple pings over an extended period of time.

 

Pingler There’s a free version, but I use the $2.99 (US) per month version which enables me to have 25 different urls automatically pinged once every 3 days.

 

Get busy NOW! And may you get to backlink heaven soon!!


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58 Responses to “Backlink Strategy – Develop These Resources For A Strong Backlink Profile” Leave a reply ›

  • Profile photo of Winford Moore Profile

    Hey Robert,

    An interesting collection of backlink resources you have shared here. I hardly knew of any of these sites before now. Indeed, its time to really get busy to improve my backlink.

  • Profile photo of James Ling Profile

    Hey Robert,

    It is cool learning about these online link building strategy. I guess, getting the most form each of these sites means adhering to the instructions put forth by the marketers right?

    Try ensuring you build a strong back link profile with the right online strategy!

  • Profile photo of Amit Sharan Profile

    Hi Robert,

    Its cool learning of these resources for backlink. You explained the processes with ease. Any of your reader will love to take the right steps for improved traction.

    I am going to test run these sites!

  • Profile photo of David Profile

    Great list, Robert. I’ll pass on the pining, but I have saved all the others to sign up and go for a spin. I love variety, and that’s what these give.

    Thanks for putting this list together.
    David recently posted…Top 7 myths about expert roundupsMy Profile

    • Profile photo of Robert A Kearse Profile

      Hi David:

      I appreciate your comments.

      RE:”I’ll pass on the pinging.”

      OK, as long as you have some method to ensure your backlinks get
      indexed. Please, share that method with us.

      By the way, I read your excellent post, Top 7 Myths About Expert Roundups.
      Particularly valuable was: Myth#5: Experts are too busy to participate in your roundups.

      A link to this post would be perfect to leave on your soup.io page.

      One suggestion from my perspective for this post would be to include more
      small relevant images among your 7 myths.

      Best of success.
      Robert A Kearse recently posted…Make Money Online — Integrate The Blog Giveaway Directory Into Your Email Marketing And Blog PostsMy Profile

      • Profile photo of David Profile

        Hi Robert.

        Everything on the Internet gets Indexed. I’m certainly not worried about that. But creating the backlinks, that’s something to work at!
        David recently posted…Top 7 myths about expert roundupsMy Profile

        • Profile photo of Robert A Kearse Profile

          Hi David:

          RE:”Everything on the Internet gets Indexed.”

          Well, not exactly “everything”. For instance Google and other
          search engines might not down drill down past 3 or 4 levels from
          the home page in a blog or website directory.

          That is why it is wise to record the blog directory listing urls
          and ping them repeatedly to make sure they get indexed.

          In other cases you want to make sure that the MOST RECENT
          VERSION (the one with your backlink) of a blog post/website
          page has been indexed so that it might show up in search engine
          results.

          It is impossible to know the spider crawling schedule for many blogs
          or websites, but it might be once a week (or month) for certain sites.

          So, my conclusion is that pinging is very important to ensure TIMELY
          indexing of freshly created content.

          Best of success.
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          • Profile photo of David Profile

            You are right, not everything gets indexed and not everything gets updated every day. However, everything worth the while does. If a page hasn’t been visited in a few days by Google, that means it’s not very important. If it hasn’t been visited in a month, it’s pretty much worthless.

            So your best case scenario is that repeatedly pinging Google will have no effect.

            You worst case scenario is that repeatedly pinging Google will be seen as harassment, especially if there is no change in a page you are sending to Google over and over. I am pretty sure I recall a Googler calling that spamming a few years ago.

            I would never risk a website in this way. If you feel the need to ping a backlink to Google, I would say to do it once (when your link is added, because that’s a change) and make sure not to do it again. However, do you really want to call attention to Google that you are link-obsessed, given what Google thinks about people paying attention to their backlinks?
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            • Profile photo of Robert A Kearse Profile

              Hi David:

              RE:” If a page hasn’t been visited in a few days by Google, that means it’s not very important. If it hasn’t been visited in a month, it’s pretty much worthless.”

              Well, I respect your opinion, but we have a fundamentally different view of this matter. We both know that the premium heavily trafficked sites get crawled daily (multiple times a day or continuously).

              BUT, not EVERY PAGE of every heavily trafficked sites gets crawled daily.

              Plus, I have commented on worthwhile blog posts that may be several months old and haven’t gotten a recent comment. Therefore, it may not have been crawled by the search engine spiders recently.

              Solution?? PING IT!!

              Your point on repeatedly pinging Google when there might be no change in content is well taken. However, many have expressed
              from experience that sites or pages do not necessarily get indexed after just one ping.

              But I wouldn’t argue with anyone who wants to be on the safe side.

              Best of success.
              Robert A Kearse recently posted…Top 101 Blog Directories And RSS Submission Sites – Weekly Update #241My Profile

              • Profile photo of Dave Profile

                I learned from you and David’s comments here.

                I agree with Robert, there are too many pages online these days that waiting for Google to find new content is not good enough.

                Since pinging helps to alert Google to new or old unindexed content, it makes sense to do it when we can.

                • Profile photo of Robert A Kearse Profile

                  Hi Dave:

                  Thanks for your input.

                  When I make a blog comment, I ALWAYS bookmark the
                  page in a folder with a date notation.

                  Many blogs require comment approval before publication, so
                  the comment url should not be pinged immediately.

                  Check back in a couple of days (week?) to see if comment
                  has been published. If so, ping the url (minus the #comment notation).

                  Get in the habit of entering the date (e.g. 9-01-16) before the title of the bookmark. This will enable you to quickly identify by date/age which comments to check on.

                  I know, personally, I have been guilty of not approving comments on my blog for several days (or longer – oops!).

                  If your comment hasn’t been approved after several months (give it that long), clean up your bookmark folder and delete it.

                  Do a Google search for “CommentLuv” enabled blogs and identify blogs in your niche. These blogs provide a “dofollow”
                  backlink to your blog, but be sure to record and ping the urls.

                  I know this may sound like a lot of effort, but once you get organized it is a breeze and becomes part of the productive daily work routine.

                  Best of success.
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  • Profile photo of Black Profile

    Hi Robert,

    Thanks for sharing these awesome strategic link building ideas. The resources shared are clear. I am sure going to try them out!

  • Profile photo of Dave Profile

    Hello Robert,

    I did a bit of SEO in the past and agree about the need for strong backlink profile with links from different online sources.

    But isn’t it important to focus on quality sites for good backlinks juice?

    I took a look at some of the ones you included here and they look really spammy, example, kancyl.com and extraplay.com.

    Do you get any good links juice or even seo results from such spammy sites?

    • Profile photo of Robert A Kearse Profile

      Hi Dave:

      RE:”I took a look at some of the ones you included here and they look really spammy, example, kancyl.com and extraplay.com.”

      I appreciate your concerns about spammy sites, but let us look at the two examples.

      http://extraplay.com has an Alexa rating of 257,179 worldwide, which means it
      gets considerable traffic. Plus it is a SOCIAL NETWORK where you can build relationships (the additional benefits of link building).

      Most of its visitors come from India and Spain which should contribute meaningful diversity to most individual’s social networks.

      http://Kancyl.com is a site I have come to regard highly. I remember when its Alexa ranking was over 700,00. Now it is 54,186, which means it gets heavy traffic.

      Plus, Kancyl has a variety of different pages to display your content on, including
      12 different category choices (as well as a profile page).

      Most of its visitors come from Indonesia (54%), then India, then Cambodia.

      Many active on the Internet welcome a widely diversified readership, but if that is not important to you, it is perfectly OK.

      You can find the demographic info on any site at Alexa http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo.

      It can HIGHLY advantageous to know this info, because you can post content with a GEO-SPECIFIC headline that you know will attract interest.

      In conclusion, I have NO spam reservations about these two sights, whatsoever.

      Give them a try.

      Best of success.
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  • Profile photo of Sunday William Profile

    Hi Robert,

    A Strong Backlink Profile With Links From Different Online Sources as you have shared should be exciting.

    Although I am new to these resources and hopefully each has strong domain authority to strengthen the profile.

    A strategy like this is appealing because it readily makes for the revelation of action steps needed to build links with ease!

    • Profile photo of Robert A Kearse Profile

      Hi Sunday:

      RE:”hopefully each has strong domain authority to strengthen the profile.

      I have no idea what the strength of the domain authority is on these sights.

      That particular criterion is not high on my list of critical factors when deciding
      whether to create a backlink, but you make a good point that it can be an
      important factor.

      Just a very subtle insight and warning. If anyone builds a site with ONLY
      super strong backlinks (nothing but authority sites), this backlink profile will
      NOT look natural to Google.

      So, I don’t worry at all in having some weaker links in my profile. I don’t want spammy links, but lower profile links are perfectly OK.

      Thanks for your contribution.
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  • Profile photo of Celine Profile

    Hi Robert,

    I am impressed with the discussions you have been making with David (@amabaie). He readily expanded on the pinging point.

    Well, it would be good to be cautious even with the kind of online resources where backlink profile are built from!

    • Profile photo of Robert A Kearse Profile

      Hi Celine:

      I always welcome your contributions and insights.

      RE:”Well, it would be good to be cautious even with the kind of online resources where backlink profile are built from!”

      I urge everyone to seek their own comfort level when employing marketing techniques on the Internet.

      This is the great thing about being in control of your own destiny. As far as I’m concerned no one should feel any pressure to conform to any one specific marketing
      strategy or technique.

      My personal philosophy is “ping until punished” (and I have yet to be punished!) lol

      Best of success.
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  • Profile photo of Sarah John Profile

    Hey Robert,

    I am new to this type of link building. It would be great following the practicality. However, a strong back link profile should be prioritize for successful online marketing. Thanks for these ideas and the links you have provided!

  • Profile photo of Carl Profile

    I want to ask if it is really necessary to ping the urls after recording them on the resources stated. Won’t it be seen by the search engines as spam? Just thinking out aloud!

    • Profile photo of Robert A Kearse Profile

      Hi Carl:

      Good question.

      The short answer is NO it will not be regarded as spam.

      Search engines LOVE fresh content. They can’t possibly crawl the TRILLIONS of pages every day to find the fresh content.

      Also, it is likely that they can’t even keep up with the quantity of pings they get every day, so multiple pings on successive days would not be necessarily regarded as spam.

      The search engines regard pinging as a VALUABLE service that alerts them to new content. RSS feeds are a form of pinging and search engines welcome the notifications.

      You want YOUR backlinks and content to come to the attention of the search engines AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

      There is no way for you to know when the particular page will be crawled again, so ping away!!

      Finally, the search engines UNDERSTAND that different engines have different crawl schedules so multiple pinging over several days/weeks will hit different engines at different times.
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  • Profile photo of steven Profile

    Well Robert, this is an interesting post about building a strong back link profile. The truth remains that for there to be success with this strategy, there should be a strong proactive approach on what to benefit from link building!

  • Profile photo of Paul Profile

    Hi Robert,

    Thanks for sharing this piece. I have always thought of ways of building the perfect strong link profile. This post just about expanded my knowledge on what to do.

    The examples and URLS you have shared has made them more practical. Thanks for this knowledge!

  • Profile photo of darrellantonio Profile

    Hi Robert
    Thanks for these helpful strategic linkbuilding ideas. They are going to give me one more valuable strategy in my strategy. Thanks for all the information about pinging also, it was very helpful. Thanks for sharing.
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  • Profile photo of Abigail Chow Profile

    Hi Robert,

    What if one doesn’t care for SEO?

    With Google’s many algo changes and penalties, is it worth it at all doing any backlinking at all?

    • Profile photo of Robert A Kearse Profile

      Hi Abigail:

      Good question and highly relevant.

      A sound backlinking strategy will always be worth it because links
      between sights are a fundamental part of Google’s SE algorithm.

      Besides the backlink benefits from the sights I listed is the likelihood
      of TARGETED TRAFFIC.

      Don’t just drop backlinks anywhere, build them where you will find an
      audience closely related to your blog’s/site’s focus.

      IT IS VERY BAD STRATEGY TO RELY SOLELY ON SEO FOR TRAFFIC.

      This puts you largely at the mercy of Google and that is definitely NOT
      a good place to be.

      An additional benefit of growing backlinks properly is building lasting
      relationships with other bloggers, webmasters or those who just have
      an active social media presence.

      Finally, if you develop a daily work routine of promoting quality content
      (yours and others), a significant portion of that effort should involve
      building backlinks.

      Try out these 83 social bookmarking sites with strong Alexa rank and choose
      the ones most relevant for you and you will realize huge benefits over the
      long run in terms of targeted traffic and backlinks.

      http://trafficnymphomaniac.com/...power-on-the-internet/

      Abigail, building a blog on extraplay.com with a focus of YOUR choice would be
      a very strong option for you.

      Try it out!!

      And comeback and let me know you got started,and I will help you promote.

      Deal?

      Best of success!
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  • Profile photo of Hannah Edia Profile

    Thanks for the post Robert.

    Backlinks can also be built through guestposting, especially on Authority sites and through post syndication e.g. Kingged.com

    Thing is there is so, so much to be done and there is so little time.

    My advice is focus on a single strategy at a time. When you master it, move on to the next one.

    Link building takes a lot of time but totally worth it.
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  • Profile photo of Robert A Kearse Profile

    Hi Hannah:

    I appreciate your insights.

    RE:”My advice is focus on a single strategy at a time. When you master it, move on to the next one.

    Link building takes a lot of time but totally worth it.”

    Well, the single strategy process has some serious drawbacks.

    Google’s algorithm is VERY sophisticated, and having
    a backlink profile with a single type of backlink for sure does not look natural to Google (penalty magnet).

    As you suggested guest posts and Kingged provide prime backlink opportunities. But my strong preference is toMIX IT UP!

    Here is a recent example of link building and promoting targeted traffic:

    http://IncreaseWebTraffic.soup.io

    I set up an automated (once per day) tweet to this page with the title, “Powerful Backlink Secrets”and it has been retweeted or liked multiple times.

    In addition, I include the Twitter ID of any site I link to when I add their url to the page (one and done).

    Finally, you’ll notice I have on the soup.io page a link to my blog post, “83 Social Bookmarking Sites With Strong Alexa Rank That Can Make You A Power On The Internet”.

    You can achieve an amazing variety of backlinks from these social bookmarking sites. One key is to include quality content from sites other than your own.

    Tweet a link to the social bookmark with the relevant Twitter ID included. Don’t forget Facebook and Google +.

    -1-Build backlinks
    -2-Attract targeted traffic
    -3-Build relationships
    -4-Build your personal authority status
    (All combined in one effort)

    Bookmark this list and try to build 3 backlinks in 15 minutes EVERY DAY, and that time barrier will be insignificant.

    Best of success, Hannah.
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  • Profile photo of Lawrence Berry Profile

    In order to create a successful website, you have to have a good back link strategy with some high ranking websites in mind. This can be a little tricky and will take alot of work.

    The sites that you have mentioned above seems like some great ways to go about building more back links to your site. I have never personally been to any of these sites, but I will be sure to check them out.

    Thanks for sharing!

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    • Profile photo of Robert A Kearse Profile

      Hi Lawrence:

      RE:”In order to create a successful website, you have to have a good back link strategy with some high ranking websites in mind. This can be a little tricky and will take a lot of work.”

      In terms of a good backlink strategy taking a “lot of work” think of it this way ==>> do 15-30 minutes EVERY DAY building links.

      With sites like soup.io you can build your authority status as well as quality backlinks.

      Check out the example I sited above: http://IncreaseWebTraffic.soup.io

      I have added quality info to this page since its inception in late August.

      Choose a topic of relatively narrow focus from your DreamsAre4Real site and publish your best single post on your soup.io page.

      But, also, you want to include quality posts on the same subject from two other bloggers.

      Publicize the page on Twitter and include their Twitter IDs in the tweet.

      Set up an automated tweet for this page of once a day. Use a strong headline. (You do not have to include their Twitter IDs with the additional tweets.)

      It is a great feeling when an influential blogger is retweeting your content.

      Best of success.
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  • Profile photo of Grace Joseph Profile

    I’ll try them out, but i hope they’re all from high PR sites? Even though 5 isn’t a whole lot, if each site’s quality is high, then they’re better than tons of backlinks from low quality sites.
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    • Profile photo of Robert A Kearse Profile

      Hi Grace:

      RE:”I’ll try them out, but i hope they’re all from high PR sites?”

      PR is no longer a relevant metric, and Google has not updated PR for a long time.

      Most of these sites get heavy traffic, but just as important is to attract targeted traffic.

      By the way I have replaced the original social network site in #5 with a WordPress plugin, Editorial Assistant by Zemanta, specifically designed to provoke backlinks.

      One of the things I want to emphasize is the ability to build your personal authority status on the sites where you can control content and narrowly focus that content to build an aura of expertise.

      Best of success.
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  • Profile photo of Omar Saady Profile

    Hi Robert,

    Getting the kind of baclinks you need to your website can be heavy task especially for newbie marketer, however with organic sSEO, the results will often last for a lot longer than if you just bought any advertising methods such PPC or PPV.

    Thanks for sharing the great post
    Omar
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  • Profile photo of TheDigitalWorm Profile

    As Brian Dean says, if it’s a clean backlink then grab it, no matter what is the authority of that site, a backlink is always a backlink until and unless it’s spammy, so will be trying out these resources.
    Thanks Robert for new suggestions and for those ping tools as well.

    Cheers.
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  • Profile photo of Janis Searcey-Griffin Profile

    Robert,

    Your post on backlinking and your responses to the comments here are awesome. You definitely know your stuff as can be seen by your responses. I appreciate that as much as I do your great post that I learned a lot from.
    I definitly will be trying some of these strategies.

    I do have one request, if you don’t mind. You mentioned sites that have a lot of foreign country participants and that you title your posts GEO-Specific. Would you mind providing an example of how you do that?

    Thank you for sharing this valuable information.

    • Profile photo of Robert A Kearse Profile

      Hi Janis:

      Please, excuse the delay in replying.

      I appreciate your feedback.

      RE:”You mentioned sites that have a lot of foreign country participants and that you title your posts GEO-Specific. Would you mind providing an example of how you do that?”

      I believe you are referring to this statement.

      “You can find the demographic info on any site at Alexa http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo.

      It can HIGHLY advantageous to know this info, because you can post content with a GEO-SPECIFIC headline that you know will attract interest.”

      Janis, I was referring to the value of knowing the country of origin of participants in two (or any) social media sites.

      Suppose you are active on a social media site with a lot of traffic from Brazil.

      You want to make a post that will get read and “liked, voted up, or shared”.

      So, you create a geo-specific headline to “get the click” and get your content read.

      Your headline can be geo-specific concerning a landmark, an event, or a celebrity, etc.

      It does not matter the subject matter or focus of your blog or website. You can create the geo-specific hook in any content area.

      If you had a cooking blog, your headline might read “5 Tasty Brazilian Dishes That The Olympic Athletes Could Not Get Enough Of!” (You could substitute any local city in Brazil and vary the number of dishes to the same effect).

      If you had an Internet marketing blog, your headline might read 3 Lessons In Marketing Discipline That I Learned From Watching Brazil’s Football Team Fight To A Dramatic, Pulsating Gold Medal Win Over Germany! (ok, kind of too long a headline, lol)

      How about 5 Traits Neymar Has In Common With Successful Internet Marketers.

      When you are aware of the geo-specific hook in terms of headline and content, the possibilities are endless.

      You can get easy access to country of origin info with the Alexa toolbar installed on your computer. If update issues with your browser make the Alexa toolbar unavailable, try the SeoQuake toolbar in addition.

      Or you can simple bookmark this Alexa page: http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo

      Hope this answers your question. Anything further, feel free to ask.

      Best of success.
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  • Profile photo of Krystsina Profile

    Hi Robert,

    thanks for sharing these back link resources!

    I know quite a lot of different websites that help to build a strong back link profile, but I didn’t know any of the ones you’ve shared.

    I will definitely check them out tonight to see if I feel comfortable to use them.
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  • Profile photo of Robert A Kearse Profile

    Hi Krystsina:

    Do you have any favorite little known source for a quality backlink that you could share with us?
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  • Profile photo of Jeff Miller Profile

    Wow, these are awesome. I’ve been an SEO for a while now and a lot of these are new. Thanks for the great share!

  • Profile photo of Shamsudeen Adeshokan Profile

    Hi David,

    Most of the sites you listed I never heard of before, so thanks for sharing.

    From the look of things, you know your subject better and really sure of what you’re sharing with the community.

    But permit to say this, the site Kancyl, like Dave mentioned above, looks spamming.

    I don’t know, maybe my instinct…maybe my bad experience in the past with some sites that actually look the same.

    But the credibility of that site is questionable.

    And the site Kred, I look up the DA of the site with Mozbar and it say “1”.

    I don’t know what SEO value my link will benefits from a site with DA “1”. Just what I think.

    Thanks for sharing.
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  • Profile photo of Robert A Kearse Profile

    Hi Shamsudeen:

    RE:”Hi David”

    It’s hard to take you seriously when you can’t even get my name right. (It is Robert)

    RE:Kancyl.com

    I’m not here to twist anyone’s arm. If the site looks spammy to you, don’t use it. Simple story.

    As I stated above I have followed the site for many months when it had an Alexa rating over 700,000. As of today it is 67,825

    There are a lot of advantages posting your quality content to this site, because you control the frequency and variety of content posted (in 32 different categories, plus a profile page).

    Since I use a paid version of Pingler ($2.99/month -US) my Kancyl profile page gets pinged every 3 days automatically.

    Plus, when you post, there are two additional (channel and post) urls to ping as backlinks.

    As far as kred.com goes this site is part of the empire.kred family (Alexa rank 26,576). Don’t let statistical roadblocks like domain authority blind you to other relevant factors.

    These sites are SOCIAL so get in there and build up your authority status.

    Best of success.
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    Hi, Robert, I like the idea using these social sites to get backlink and to build authority. Never heard of soup, kred and Kancyl have to do my research. Thanks for sharing.
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    Hi Patrice:

    Thanks for your fedback.

    Nice looking blog you have. You can get additional
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    One key is to build links on a steady, regular schedule.

    Best of success.
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