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Just thought I would share an extremely simple way in which you can find “DoFollow” blogs very quickly. If you search Google images, and any image search for that matter for something along the lines of “you comment i follow” you will get a returned listing of results that will yield this picture:
This basically states that the blog has put a badge up that is telling the world that their blog is DoFollow friendly. So all you have to do to get the link juice is visit the aforementioned blogs, leave a comment, and boom you will have instant DoFollow success.
Some good searches for this are:
Obviously some people out there will name it differently and you might not be able to find them, but keep in mind you can even niche out these search results to find sites that are relevant to your niche, instant gold. Try it out and let me know how it goes!
One can get lost in the array of plugins that are now readily available for a wordpress site developer. It is hard to discern between which perform better on a larger scale and which are best for your rankings. Luckily you don’t have to worry about any of that since you came here.
These three are the end all plugins that will cover everything you need for on-site SEO. From meta tags, title tags, descriptions, tags, categories, and even image SEO. Everything is completely covered. Personally I recommend using Platinum SEO Pack, as I feel the navigation and the setup is easy than the others, but they all do the same thing, and work the same in one way or the other.
Here is a useful presentation for all of you who are new to SEO, and for the more advanced users, it dives into Google Bombing, as well as some techniques for enhancing your onsite SEO. So without further adieu click the link below:
Blackhat SEO attempts to improve rankings in ways that are either unethical, disapproved of by the search engines, or involve deception. One blackhat technique uses text that is hidden, either as text colored similar to the background, in an invisible div, or positioned off screen.
I mean when we look at the comparison to the right, they are pretty much doing the same things. The difference being that one gets paid ludicrous amounts of money and the other gets shut down.