How to get Do Follow links

Anyone can you let me know How to get high quality Do Follow links

You earn them, by having an excellent site with high-quality content that other quality sites will choose to link to.

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They are earned by having a really good site and good quality content that is not duplicate or extremely similar, it is good to change your content and keep it about the same thing as in your company but do not make it identical as google will notice this and it will affect your site

Please would you explain what you mean by this? I can’t make sense of it.

I guess what he’s trying to say is make high-quality, unique content that is related to your business. Exactly what you said and pretty much what’s known to be good SEO strategy since 2014. That’s how you earn dofollow links. :smiley:

Only good and unique content will give you dofollow link, but my friend, if your content is good and people are reading it then you don’t have to worry about anything else.

Hey Vikas,

So, instead of saying you need high quality content for people to link to you or create infographics and people will naturally link to you (which in theory are both right :smile:)

I’d recommend this guide which I came across which actually provides some really great practical ways on how to enhance your content and get you engaging with the right people in your industry. Someone tweeted it to me and I was pleased to see that I could tick off quite a few things that I was already doing.

The guide is free as well - https://www.accuranker.com/seo-resources/competitor-benchmarking-guide/

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Sorry about that. Our automated anti-Spam system is still learning its trade, and got over-enthusiastic about your link.

Hey Techno Bear.

no worries! better to be safe than sorry! Thanks for reinstating.

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There are many ways to get dofollow attribute links. One of them is forum posting. You need to find dofollow forums otherwise you will not get any seo benefits.

Does nobody ever read Google’s guidelines on link schemes? Links in forum posts or signatures are one of the things specifically mentioned as possibly contravening the guidelines and adversely affecting your ranking. https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/66356?hl=en Site owners are also advised to mark all such links as nofollow, to prevent their own sites from being penalised, so any such sit which permits followed links is likely to be of poor quality.

Additionally, Google places little or no value on any links which you place yourself, so you’d be wasting your time, and forum posting with the intent of gaining backlinks, rather than of contributing to the discussion is likely to get you banned from any decent forum.

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You need to stay update with latest seo news & techniques, that is the first thing you need to do before starting any online promotion.

Content is the King, but you must aware that which platform you are using for promotion.

my new blog is currently not ranking well and have been looking for ways to improve it, but i have a question this Dofollow link is it same as commenting in other blogs

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I’m not entirely sure I understand what you’re asking here.

Links are either followed by search engines (the default behaviour), or they can be marked as “nofollow”, in which case search engines ignore them, and Google (and probably others) disregards them as backlinks. To prevent sites such as blogs and forums being penalised as “link farms” if people post large numbers of low-quality links there, Google recommends that such site mark all external links as nofollow. That is what we do here on the forums, and that is what most reputable sites will do. So blog commenting for the purposes of link-dropping is pointless; either the links will be nofollow, or the site will be regarded as low-quality and therefore the link will be worthless.

You should also read Google’s guidelines on link schemes, to ensure you are not violating them by large scale link “building”.

I prefer to call “link building” for what it is - SPAM

The only guaranteed way to get links that are not nofollow links is to let other sites place the links into their own pages

There are lots of ways to get Do Follow Link. The most authentic way I Do believe is forum posting on a regular basis. Of course, Context is king, a unique and informative content which meets up your client demand can give you massive traffic and at the end you get to share to another site which is created as a backlink. Google spiders or bot don’t follow all the links. Only relevant and valued links Google takes as Do follow link.

Hi Vikas_Singh,
Link building is important for website/blog success. If you have more back links from high PR site, your search engine rank will be definitely high.

Thank you

Good grief.

Please read a thread before you post a reply. In this case, there is a full and clear explanation in post #13 as to why this advice is wrong.

[quote=“abrar39, post:19, topic:207148”]
Of course, Context is king, a unique and informative content which meets up your client demand can give you massive traffic and at the end you get to share to another site which is created as a backlink.
[/quote]Sorry, you’ll need to explain that more clearly, as I don’t understand what you mean.

[quote=“abrar39, post:19, topic:207148”]
Google spiders or bot don’t follow all the links. Only relevant and valued links Google takes as Do follow link.
[/quote]Again, you seem somewhat confused. I suggest you read post #16, which explains what constitutes a followed link or a “nofollow” link.

[quote=“nandakumar, post:20, topic:207148”]
If you have more back links from high PR site
[/quote]PageRank (PR) is calculated per page, not per site, and as Google has long since ceased to publish regular public updates on PR, any information you can find on a page’s PR is liable to be out-of-date and inaccurate.

Google removed PR information from Webmaster Tools five years ago, because they decided it was no longer important and not something they wanted site owners to be concerned about.

https://productforums.google.com/forum/?hl=en#!category-topic/webmasters/webmaster-tools/29GtmYDt8L0

See also http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.co.uk/2011/06/beyond-pagerank-graduating-to.html

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