Get FREE High PR Backlinks EASILY! 5 Minutes of Work Only!
You need traffic to make any real money as an AdSense publisher. Search engines are a great source of free traffic, but these days you need a lot of links back to your pages in order to rank well. Here’s one easy and free way to legitimately get high-PR backlinks. It requires some time and some elbow grease, but it’s worth exploring.
Step 1: Install the SEO For Firefox Add-On
You need to be using the Firefox browser. Install Aaron Wall’s free SEO For Firefox add-on. This extension modifies search engine results pages on the fly to show all kinds of interesting data about the results, including (tada!) Google PageRank (PR). After installation, restart the browser, go to the Add-ons section, select the options button for the add-on and make sure that the PageRank option is selected.
Step 2: Find a “Do Follow” Blog or Social Site
This requires some research, but you only have to do it once. Gather a list of on-topic blogs and social sites that don’t use “nofollow” on user-submitted external links. A good place to start is with the Do Follow Blogs Directory.
Some of the “do follow” sites may surprise you. Digg is “do follow”, for example.
Step 3: Search for High-PR Posts/Entries
For each blog/site in your “do follow” list, search for posts/entries that have PageRank assigned and meet a minimum PR level. It’s very easy to do. First, go to Google and use the site: command to restrict a search to pages from a given site. Then add in your keyword/phrase to find relevant pages on that site.
This is how I find promising pages about AdSense on Digg:
Pretty easy! All you do is (with the SEO For Firefox toolbar enabled) scan down the list of results and look for pages that have a PR value assigned. Many of them will have no PR assigned (new pages don’t)… it’s hard to find high PR ones, but I’ve definitely come across several PR 5 or 6 pages in my searches.
Here is a few High PR site that I found on DIgg
http://digg.com/tech_news/Dealing_with_Friend_Inflation_on_Twitter_Digg Pr 5
http://digg.com/design/Mastering_Your_WordPress_2_7_Theme_Admin_Area PR 5
http://digg.com/2008_us_elections/Digg_This_If_You_Voted_For_Obama_2 PR 5
http://digg.com/software/Could_the_New_WordPress.com_Kill_Off_Blogger_ pr 4
http://digg.com/tech_news/Abusive_New_York_Camera_Store_Threatens_Blogger pr 2
http://digg.com/2008_us_elections/Digg_Sponsors_Democratic_Convention_Blogger_Big_Tent pr 3
http://digg.com/2008_us_elections/Obama_Talks_About_Atheism PR 3
http://digg.com/comedy/It_s_ok_Beckham_we_understand_pic PR 4
http://digg.com/soccer/Official_Beckham_To_Join_Milan PR 3
http://digg.com/tech_news/10_New_Ways_to_Make_Money_Online PR 2
http://digg.com/linux_unix/Shuttleworth_No_one_can_make_money_from_the_Linux_desktop PR 3
http://digg.com/tech_news/40_Ways_to_Make_Money_on_the_Internet Pr 1
http://digg.com/microsoft/Fortune_Magazine_Why_can_t_Microsoft_make_money_online Pr 4
http://digg.com/tech_news/Tool_Shows_the_Google_Page_Rank_of_all_Links PR 1
http://digg.com/2008_us_elections/Exclusive_Sarah_Palin pr 3
http://digg.com/tech_news/Google_sends_blogger_aspirin_after_complaining_about_Google_headaches pr 3
http://digg.com/world_news/Blogger_com_banned_in_Turkey pr 1
http://digg.com/software/WordPress_com_adds_suspport_for_Digg_buttons pr 2
http://digg.com/tech_news/13_Wordpress_Plugins_You_Probably_Don_t_Use_But_Should pr 2
http://digg.com/apple/iTheme_The_Mac_look_alike_Wordpress_Theme pr 3
http://digg.com/design/21_Mindblowing_Premium_Like_Free_Wordpress_Themes pr 3
http://digg.com/mods/Make_WordPress_Search_Function_Suck_Less pr 2
http://digg.com/software/Digg_Traffic_Plotted_On_Google_Maps_(Real-Time) pr 1
http://digg.com/world_news/NSA_copies_and_retains_ALL_internet_traffic pr 2
Step 4: Leave a Comment
Once you’ve found a promising page, see if you can come up with a relevant comment. In the comment, link back to your site somehow. You may not be able to leave a normal link. Digg, for example, only allows you to enter a URL. (This is where having the keywords in the URL will help, of course.) Do what you can.
Be sure not to spam. Only comment on relevant pages and make sure your comment actually adds to the discussion.
Step 5: Rinse and Repeat
That’s it… do this as many times as you can stand it, on as many sites as possible. It takes time, and it takes effort, but it can yield long-term benefits for your own pages.