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Your Guide to Creating Quality Back Links
By: Katie Gatto
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    2010-06-02

    Table of Contents:
  • Your Guide to Creating Quality Back Links
  • In Post vs. In Comment Links
  • How to Build In Post Links
  • How to Build In Comment Links

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    Your Guide to Creating Quality Back Links - In Post vs. In Comment Links


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    The Pros of Getting In Post Links

    They are almost always a do follow link.

    They are usually a form of endorsement on the part of the blogger.

    They tend to generate an immediate short term hit of traffic.

    The Cons of Getting In Post Links

    They can be time-consuming to acquire.

    They may not be positive in nature.

    In order to get them, you will have to build relationships with a community of bloggers.

    The Pros of In Comment Links

    They are easy to set up.

    You can time them to line up with an event or pace them over time.

    You can post them on most, if not any, blog or forum.

    They can be done at any time and with a wide range of users.

    The Cons of In Comment Links

    They can be seen as spam if they are not done right.

    Unless you are on a do-follow site, you can not get the link juice.

    You will have to work at finding the right sites.

    Now that we have an idea of which types of links you will want to pursue, let's talk about how you get them for your site. We will begin with the more challenging links to achieve, the links in posts, and then move on to the links in the comments. Be sure to read each one carefully; while some of the steps may be graced with a similar title, they include different actions and have different goals.

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