Your Guide to Creating Quality Back Links - How to Build In Comment Links
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Building in comment links may seem a bit simpler, but it requires a lot of know how to do it properly. Just follow these steps and you will be able to create solid in comment links.
1. Find your target sites. Unlike in the other case, you will want to choose a larger group of sites -- say 10 to 15 -- to work on. That is because you want to assume that not all of those comments will be approved.
2. Take some time to get involved. Observe what is going on in this site. Once you know what is going on, join in the discussion. At first do not add a link.
3. After a few comments you are going to add in your link. That way you will have a lower chance of being seen as spam.
4. Check back for approval of the comments.
Be aware that this process should take a couple of days to complete. Do not try to get this all done at once with a flood of comments. This will be seen as spam. Try to comment only on newer posts as they come out. This will seem organic and give you the chance to get a feel for the community you are working with here. Take it slow and you will be rewarded with positive results.
Now that you have your "what" and your "how" on tap, you can make a solid and timely plan that works for your needs, whether those needs happen to be in the long term or in the short term.
One Final Note: How to Choose Good Target Sites
When you are choosing a target site you will want to consider the following factors:
• The relevance of the sites content to your topic.
• Timeliness: the number of posts a week is important to keep your plan moving, unless you have a long time table.
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