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…I’ll try to keep this brief and to the point, but it may not end up that way?
As an aspiring internet marketer my mind is always racing! Ideas come and go; sometimes I get the opportunity to jot down notes, and other times the ideas are lost forever. The creation of this website is one of the many ideas that I conjured-up and I simply jotted down: “BacklinksForSEO.Com“ Thus, the Genesis of this website. Some of you might wonder why the “www” prefix is not there? The answer is that I didn’t really think it relevant, but I’ve been considering making the necessary database changes to implement it… We’ll see? Anyhow.
The initial idea for this site, like the four or five other websites that I experiment with are just that. Experimental. This one is primarily for building backlinks. Aside from that they help me learn. I won’t elaborate on the plethora of things that I do “learn”, but to explore that topic in relevance to this website, I’m going to share a little bit of what I have learned so far — primarily one subject: SEO Practices, and the hit-and-miss SEO that I am seeing.
Make Your Comments Matter!
Now this does not speak for every single person who visits this website and leaves a comment, but it does apply to more than half of the visitors. What I have observed, correct me if I’m wrong, is that the majority of you simply come to this site and leave a comment with that being the sole purpose. I dub it “hit and miss SEO“. Kind of like shooting in the dark. In many instances some of you leave a comment on several posts or pages, and some of you leave a comment on every single page and post! Hey, I don’t mind. And I don’t blame you for wanting to acquire the “do-follow” text link to your website — even if this website has no page rank ? But there is one thing that perplexes me about those of you who do this. Less than one month ago I wrote about the importance of building backlinks that look natural. If you haven’t read it yet, please do so now BEFORE you invest your time commenting on several, or every single page and post on this site for the purpose of building backlinks. In the aforementioned article I elaborated on the fact that it is essential to link to several pages of your website, as well as internal pages. Yet, for 90% of those of you who make several comments at this site to get your text link, you manage to use the same keyword that is directed to the same URL… I’m to criticizing anyone, but I do wish to emphasize that this Hit and Miss SEO is probably doing you more harm than good. It doesn’t look natural to search engines and God only knows whether or not the bots even credit a site for backlinks of this nature? If your going to invest the time to write the comment to get the backlink, why not take the little bit of effort needed to write a unique comment each time, and make those links to various pages? Okay then.
I just wish to humbly share that I really am not some big SEO or internet guru. I am still learning just like many of you are. I don’t get rich with the ads on this site. They are there simply for the purpose of hopefully generating some income that will balance and allow my monetary investments for hosting and the such wash in the end. Quite frankly this site consumes a lot of my time for comment moderation when I could be reading or writing something. But that’s neither here nor there.
Why are you here?
I’m here to share what I’ve learned, and to learn from what I share. I’m here to act as a custodian of your backlinks and to guard them from the SPAMMERS who have nothing better to do than plague this site with comments that have 40-50 links to porn sites! I mean, come on! Does this method have ANY effective results? I don’t think this even qualifies for hit and miss SEO???? If any visitor to this site even remotely glances to the sidebar on the left and sees the glaring red text in the “Comment Policy” box, it should serve as a warning that your wasting your time placing links in the body of the comment! Especially porn!! Not to be rude, but I don’t even read the context of the comment or where the link leads. If there’s a link in the comment body it gets deleted as soon as I see the link. Trust me when I say that many, many comments have been sent to the trash bin simply because of this. Again, this Hit-and-Miss SEO is a waste of what I consider to be valuable time.
Why not make your time and comments matter?
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