Common Mistakes Done While getting Back links

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Some of The Common mistakes done while getting the back links are

1) Getting links from irrelevant sites.

2) Links from over crowded links placed sites

3)Posting the threads that already outdated.

4) Getting Non followable links by commenting.
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Welcome to Ozzu forum.

Can you please explain in detail about number (2) second.
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Yeah, that's right. But number 2 would be mean that you cannot get backlink or can get backlink but not related to your site?
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How can you know if a link is "no follow?
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Alfredito wrote:
How can you know if a link is "no follow?


Well, some time when you check backlinks on different search engines, you find a lot links in result but some times when you visit to that particular result of SE you did not find backlink to your site......these type of link are called "no follow" link

Means that your site or link relate to to that but it does not present in the text or in pop up form on that particular link result page....
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Thanks

great info
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I say take what you can get.

Sure, you'll want relevant links. High PR links. Blog posts about your site are great too.

But don't snub the less valuable links. All links have some value. A quality link may be worth 100X a lesser link, but that doesn't mean you should pass on the easy to get links.
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ScareYou wrote:
I say take what you can get.

Sure, you'll want relevant links. High PR links. Blog posts about your site are great too.

But don't snub the less valuable links. All links have some value. A quality link may be worth 100X a lesser link, but that doesn't mean you should pass on the easy to get links.


I kind of disagree for a long time already.. and google has started penalising paid links and link farms which are easy to get into have been long penalised.. haven't they?
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Alfredito wrote:
How can you know if a link is "no follow?


Download and install "Search Status" then check the "Highlight nofollow links". Once the link is in pink color, it means it is "nofollow".

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