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How To Get hundreds of Back Links With Yahoo Answers

Updated on February 21, 2012

Get High Page Rank Back Links

Easy Ways To Get Back Links

We all want more back links and want to know how we can get more back links to our website or articles because it helps bring in traffic and it increases your pagerank on the google search engines. There are a lot of time consuming ways to get back links, but this article is going to focus on how you can get high value back links from sites that have a high alexa ranking, and even a high pagerank. I'm talking about using answer sites.

Answer sites like Yahoo Answers gets millions and millions of visits per day from a lot of people that are looking to ask questions and answer questions. The problem is, it can be very time consuming to answer a ton of questions on Amazon. The good thing is, its a great back link. Those are the kinds that you want, Yahoo Answers has an incredibly high page rank on google and a very high alexa ranking as well. So to get a link from a site like that - thats GREAT!

Some More Good News - There are simple ways to make it less time consuming when it comes to your link building efforts on Yahoo Answers. I have been using Answer Assault for a few weeks now and it has proven to be very effective, useful and efficient when it comes to getting back links on Yahoo Answers, answering questions, asking questions, and saving me time by doing all the work for me. I really like the Answer Assault software because all you need to do is type in the keywords that are related to the types of questions you want to answer. Then you add a customized answer through the answer input box and the software will automatically answer all the questions related to that topic. Additionally, there is a source box within the software that will allow you to put a link to your website or article that can be used as a reference for the type of question that you are asking.

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      Dr Mark 5 years ago from The Atlantic Rain Forest, Brazil

      When I go onto YA and answer questions about dogs, I always use my article link or HP profile page as a signature. Do these count as links? Why dont others on HP recommend using YA as a way to get links? It seems like a great way to build up interest in an article.

    • wetnosedogs profile image

      wetnosedogs 6 years ago from Alabama

      Thanks for this informative hub. Definitely something I should check into.

    • plussize-lingerie profile image

      David Taylor 6 years ago from UK

      I've voted this up as interesting, but aren't Yahoo Answers "no-follow" so their use as backlinks isn't there? Direct traffic maybe, but backlinks need to be follow, don't they, or do you believe, like others now do that Google isn't strictly considerate of no-follow?

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