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March 25, 2008, 6:30 pm
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methods are directory submissions, article submissions, comment
posting and social bookmarking.
However, articles take time to write, and writers' block can be hard
to shake off. Directory submissions are hard to get approved for new
Page Rank Zero sites. Comment posting can be a good option. And social
bookmarking doesn't always increase traffic unless many users bookmark
Fortunately, there are some easier ways to get links, and I shall be
listing them in a short series of articles.
For this first article, I shall describe using public information
about your site to gain backlinks.
Domain information tools such as whois.net, Alexa and domaintools.com
maintain information about virtually every domain. As a result, every
domain will have a backlink from these sites. However, the search
engines won't know about all these pages unless they're informed of
them. Therefore, webmasters who've registered new domains can gain
some free backlinks by merely pointing links at these pages. These
links can be hosted on blogs, forums or any other sites that is
As an example, I have recently registered the domain dawjee.com, and
would like to add some backlinks to it. In order to get them from
whois.net, Alexa and domaintools.com, I need to place the following
links on indexed pages (e.g. my blog):
In order to get the search engines to index pages for other domains,
simply replace dawjee.com in the links above.