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Forum titleGrowing Business
JoinedJul 2012
Latest activity 3rd Jul 2013 4:00pm  

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Blog commenting can bring a lot of traffic to your website as well as help your search engine rankings if you comment on active blogs, but I think it works better in some niches than in others.
When I start an SEO project I do a lot of competitor analysis to see what is working for others.
@Dreamraven, yes you are right, you should have a number of nofollow links to make your link profile look natural.
You should really have a mixture of nofollow and dofollow to keep your link profile looking as natural as possible
Blog commenting should be used as part of your overall SEO strategy. Not only is this useful for backlinks to improve your rankings but it can also drive traffic to your website providing you make relevant and useful comments.
Google now likes to see a diverse link profile. So use a variety of anchor text as well as generic anchor text like "click here" and "visit the website" and well as your domain name and URL. Keep each anchor text less than 10% of the total links.
How PPC can help to bring traffic? 10th August 2012 1:37 PM
Just to add to Paul's comments, once you have created the spreadsheet he mentions it is fairly easy to upload the data into your Google account using the free adwords editor software.
Strength of Google+ Backlinks? 10th August 2012 1:32 PM
Right, now we know who you are, go and update your avatar

Hi Steve,

My avatar seemed to have disappeared. I have uploaded it again.

Need help for Link Building 9th August 2012 6:17 PM
I do believe that DoFollow links from high PR will be more beneficial. So, Should I stop submitting my links in NoFollow directories? Or it will help me to get good traffic and PR?
Thanks in Advance

Think I just posted about this in another thread but I'll say it again.
Most directories are low quality and not worth submitting to in bulk.
Local business directories are still really good, even if they are nofollow they are still worth submitting to. And even if you don't get a link back at all local directories can act as a citation in Google's eyes and this will improve the rankings of your Google + Places Page.
Not a local business? Then find specialist directories to submit to.
And as Paul says, directory submission should only be part of your overall strategy.
How PPC can help to bring traffic? 9th August 2012 6:08 PM
Many people have tried Google adwords, normally starting of with a voucher for
DMOZ advice 9th August 2012 5:57 PM
Some good advice above.

It could take months or years to get listed in DMOZ depending on the category.
Submit and forget.

Most general directories are no longer worth submitting to there are a few places that will help.

Local directories are great if you are a local business or specialist directories related to your business.