One of the best ways to improve your google search engine results is to get more backlinks to your website. But not just any type of backlinks. You want to get Dofollow backlinks.
So what exactly is a dofollow backlink? It is a term that was created to describe links that don’t utilize the default nofollow hyperlink attribute. The hyperlink attribute tells Google to disregard the backlink in its ranking algorithm. This means that nofollow backlinks are virtually worthless. What you want are dofollow!
The good new is that there are several ways to obtain dofollow backlinks. Below are several options:
Find forums that allow these links in your signature and profile pages. The main drawbacks to forums are the requirements they may set before allowing you to post backlinks. They are wise to spammers trying to exploit them so most require registration, a minimum number of posts, and maybe even a waiting period before allowing you to post. If you are patent it’s a good way to get dofollow backlinks.
Another option is to utilize several of the free blogging platforms. Sites like Blogspot and LiveJournal let you sign up for a free blog. You can create your own blog with articles that include dofollow backlinks to your primary site. This takes a bit of time since you must sign-up and write an article each time but does give you a valuable backlink.
A third and definitely the easiest and fastest technique is commenting on relevant dofollow blogs. Once you find the dofollow blogs it literally takes less than 2 minutes to read and comment on the blog.
You can find lists of dofollow blogs on popular internet forums and blogs. Unfortunately, these lists can go out of date very quickly as many blogs remove the dofollow attribute to discourage spam. It can be extremely frustrating to post comments only to find out that it’s really a nofollow blog.
Another challenge is finding blogs that related to your niche. Posting a link to your weight loss site from an automotive blog just doesn’t count as much as if it was from another weight loss blog. Google likes backlinks from similar themed sites because it’s more natural and realistic.