I want create free new high pr backlink

I want create free new high pr backlink but i have no idea
give me some suggestion

If it’s a link you create yourself then it’s virtually worthless as far a Google is concerned.

Than you sir but i more need

As @gandalf has already explained to you, links which you create yourself are of so little value in the eyes of search engines that you’re wasting your time.

Also, Google has long since ceased to publish regular updates on PR, so it is not possible to know with any certainty what the PR of a given page may be. Reputable sites (such as this one) mark user-submitted links nofollow, in accordance with Google’s guidelines, so again, link-dropping on such sites is pointless.

The only way to get links worth having is to earn them, by having great content which others will choose to link to. That, of course, involves hard work, but it’s a much better use of your time than random link-dropping. This video by Matt Cutts may give you some ideas:

I would also suggest you read this carefully, so you know what to avoid: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/66356?hl=en

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Looks like the beginning of a content-rich article. Do it!

I have a question same you, And i hope i will find a sensible answer. Thanks !

Welcome to the forums, @dungibross.

I’m not sure what you consider a “sensible” answer, but let me enlarge a little on what has already been said.

Placing links yourself with intention of manipulating either PageRank or search results is a violation of Google’s guidelines. https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/66356?hl=en It is also against Bing’s policies. https://www.bing.com/webmaster/help/webmaster-guidelines-30fba23a.

Reputable sites (such as these forums) follow Google’s guidelines, and mark user-submitted links as nofollow, which render them useless for SEO purposes.

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I feel sorry for not reading your comments. Thanks Sir so much!

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Google not update long time PR. If your want high quality back-link than use high domain authority site. You can easily find by Moz toolbar. Remember always use 65% do-follow and 35% no-follow link.

I can understand why you ask this question. The reason may be your client who doesn’t know about SEO or your manager who want to know, how much do you know about SEO and link building. Anyways whatever the reason is. You can start creating links focusing on TrustFlow or Moz trust instead of PR or Domain authority. The trust is the best element to look in the quality domain now. And then you can start with guest posting, insightful comment posting(on the blog that allows putting website), forum discussion(no signature link but find the thread where you can put your website/URL in the message), Create profiles in B2B or B2C review, Image and video sharing sites, use web 2.0, etc… Learn each tech tick before implementation.

Domain authority is Moz’s estimation of how well a site will perform in search results; it’s not a guarantee of anything, although it may be a good guide. However, those sites most likely to perform well are the ones which follow Google’s guidelines, so they’re unlikely to allow user-submitted links to be followed.

Why? nofollow links have no effect on SEO, so why does it matter what proportion of your links are nofollow?

As already explained, these types of links are now largely a waste of time, because if the site where you place them is reputable, they will be marked nofollow.

How it become worthless. Does google know every link you build.

You can do it by blog commenting.

PR is now obsolete. Major the site quality with other factor like alexa rank, TF, PA etc. Try guest post for good quality back links.

As has been previously pointed out in many many topics, any decent blog will follow Google’s guidelines and make links that users place no-follow thus making them of no use for SEO. They can help increase your website’s traffic, although people aren’t going to follow a link unless your blog comment is something worthwhile.

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Sorry, but that is wrong; PR is still used by Google. They decided some years ago to stop publishing public updates of PR, but they still use it as part of their algorithm.

Alexa rank is only an estimate, unless the site uses Alexa’s (paid) analytics. TF (Trust Flow) is a creation of majestic.com and PA (Page Authority) is a creation of moz.com. None of these factors is used by search engines; they are all methods the sites which created them use to estimate how well a page or site may perform.


Hi @TechnoBear Tech
Every where say page rank is now dead. You can check the link for better knowledge - https://youtu.be/qbK6hlQlmUc, and about the PA and DA, I know the PA,DA for algo is not google algo. But after checking the PA & DA we easily understand the site quality. Because Google never offered a Google Toolbar for Chrome or any add-on to show PageRank values. With the help of PA & DA we easily guess the page rank.

For Example: DA35 + TF22 = 57 divided by 20 = PR2.35

Google removed PR from GWT years ago (2009, to be precise) because webmasters were becoming obsessed with it, rather than looking at more useful metrics.


That does not mean that PageRank is obsolete or dead. PageRank still exists, and is still used by Google.

Yes, there are other metrics created by other sites to estimate how well a particular site or page might rank in search results, but it’s important to be clear that these metrics are only estimates, and that they have no actual influence on search results.

We get many members here who are new to the whole area of SEO, and it is important that they understand the difference between various metrics.

That makes absolutely no sense. DA (Domain Authority) is a metric created and used by moz.com. TF (Trust Flow) is a metric created and used by majestic.com. Trying to combine them in this way makes no sense - and where does that “magic number” 20 come from?


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