I have been using Angela’s Back Links since discovering her in Warrior forum in February.
Her service gives you 30 new high PR (pr6-9) websites comprising mostly of forums every month (no blogs). The list comes complete with instructions on how to register a profile and add your backlinks. This is very useful as getting to register and edit profile can be a time consuming mine field.
Angela’s Backlinks is only $5 a month and works well for building extra traffic to your links. You receive a pdf with 30 urls in your email at the beginning of the month and it is recommended you build backlinks gradually- e.g. use one url a day or two every other day.
The links consist mainly of websites instead of blogs because many blog owners tend to remove links.
My first experience was not good mainly because I decided to promote a brand new site.
However, in March I decided to promote an old site in a highly competitive market with 670k monthly searches and 13.2M competing pages on Google. The result was good moving from position 65 to 35 in two weeks.
If you are a member of the warrior forum (free membership) then the first month with Angela’s Back Links is free as part of the warrior special offers (wso).
It is highly recommended to use roboform in conjunction with Angela’s backlinks as it automates the process of filling in profile pages.
You should also set up a separate (disposable) email folder as you may start getting annoying communication from forum owners.
Roboform is wonderful desktop tool for managing passwords and filling forms. It currently supports just two common browsers through apps for Internet Explorer and Firefox. An online version supports Chrome and Safari.
Additional advantage for internet marketers is that it can handle multiple profiles allowing you to create specific forms for quick blog commenting and filling in profile pages fast.
RoboForm is free to use with a maximum of 10 contacts and limited functions and $29.95 for the Professional version with unlimited contacts.
Make it part of your arsenal by following this link: Roboform.
Just wondered if there is an easier way to import blog rolls between blogs instead of having to recreate them in a new blog. Found the answer at http://en.support.wordpress.com/blogroll/import-export-links/.
In short you simply export links by saving old blog links as yoursite.com/wp-links-opml.php.
You then import this file into the new blog using wordpress import in tools menue.
A new site can take a long time to draw attention of the search engines and get indexed. One way I have found to get a site indexded in 24 hours is as follows:
1) Go to http://ismysiteindexed.com/
2) Enter your domain url into the search and confirm it is not indexed.
3) Go to http://pingomatic.com/
4) Copy the resulting search url from step 2 and paste it in the blog url and tick update all ping services.
Hit return and wait 24 hours to try step 2 again.
I think I gave the new site the kiss of death by over promoting it through link building, so I will follow the strategy of Brian Johnson
from now on.
I researched the niche, found the domain, built content and ended up no.4 in serps for a keyword with 580k broad matches.
Not being happy with the result I decided to shoot for position no.1 by building two daily links from pr6-9 sites.
After being on page 1 of Google for a week the site disappeared from SEPRPS (though not de-indexed). I now know what Brian Johnson
meant When he says “Google can be brutal” if you over promote a new site.
Slow & Steady Growth (Site Content and Inbound Links)
a. 6 posts daily to any one blog.
b. No link building for the first month of a newly launched site.
c. Very slow inbound link growth for sites which are only 2 to 3 months old. Average 3 to 5 inbound links daily but no more.
In other words the back links have to follow age of domain and number of posts in order to look natural to the search engines