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IBLs: Make Skicky Backlinks With Sticky Back Link Comments

Updated on May 27, 2015

Don’t Let Your Backlink Comment Be Denied and Deleted

Do you want to know how to leave a comment on a content site such as a forum, vlog, blog, or article based site that the author or moderator of the blog, article, etc., will be more likely to keep posted, even if you have a backlink (trying to increase targeted traffic to your page and better your page ranking) to one of your articles in that comment? I don’t know about you, but I sure don’t like to, nor do I want to, waste my time leaving backlink comments that disappear by the end of the day because it was deleted. That’s why you need to know what it takes to make a back link comment stick on a vlog, blog, article, forum, and other web sites, and found that it’s actually quite easy to post a comment with backlinks that won’t be denied and deleted by the moderator.

However, I should warn before I tell you these to steps to leaving a sticky back link comment, that posting a back link comment more appealing to the author or moderator may require a fight with (what I like to think is probably the root of all evil) greed. Still interested in learning how to post a comment with backlinks that the moderator won’t deny so that you can increase traffic to your page and better your page ranking?

If you said yes, then please read on…

How to Post a Backlink Comment That Will Stick to that Blog or Web Site

Like I said, it’s actually quite simple to post a comment with backlinks that won’t be denied with a little method I like to call: “ROQ [rock] solid” (relative, optimized, quality = ROQ solid). There are only two simple steps that you need to take in order to leave a ROQ solid backlink comment that will be more likely to stick to that vlog, blog or web site so that you can increase traffic to your page and boost your page ranking.

The difference between a ROQ Solid Sticky Backlink comment and well... one that is just not.
The difference between a ROQ Solid Sticky Backlink comment and well... one that is just not. | Source

Step 1: “Great Article, thanks for the great information!” Most Likely Won’t Make the Cut

SEO literate authors and moderators of online content like articles and blogs are looking for a comment that can really relate to the topic of their page, and you can’t leave a highly relative comment unless you actually read the article. Thus meaning you really should read the article so you have an idea of the topic, keywords used, as well as the quality of the page, and then formulate a respectful comment that incorporates one or two keywords related to that topic, and voila! Of course with the aim of trying to increase targeted traffic to your own quality work, that evil greed may try to jump in at this point, but don’t let it. If the moderator or author of the web site or blog knows their SEO (search engine optimization), they will see those keywords, and be more likely to keep that comment, as they will be thinking: “Hmmm, Google and the other major search engines will like the update and addition of keywords .” However, if the author or moderator knows their SEO, that thought will not be the only thought on the author or moderator’s mind. Any SEO literate author or moderator of a blog or website will also be considering the quality of the article you are linking to, which brings us to the next step.

Step 2: Relative, Optimized, and Quality Content = ROQ Solid Backlinks

If you want your backlink comment to appeal more to the author or moderator of a vlog, blog, forum, or website, you want to make sure that you are posting a backlink that is relative and adds quality to the page you are trying to post on. Yeah, you can try to post backlinks on a particular blog, vlog, or web site page that you are directly competing against (roughly the same advice, information, etc.), though that could be a waste of time and effort. Your backlink comment will be more ROQ solid if you post on a blog or web site page that is related but not the exact same topic, this will make your back link more valuable by adding quality to the page you are posting on, while at the same time adding more quality to your page, boosting your search engine ranking and increasing traffic to your page. Of course you want your comment, as well as the content, article, blog, or web site that you are posting a back link for to be of quality, as nobody wants to be linked up with bad content.

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As there will always be the evil temptation of greed, these two simple steps of incorporating relativity, optimiztion, and quality not only to the text of your article, blog, and other content you are backlinking to, but also to the text of the comment you leave on a relative (not direct competitor) blog, article, or other online content in order to making your backlink comment “sticky” might not work 100% of the time, however, I bet you, they will work better then the method you are currently using, and you will start to see the increase in traffic, as well as a better search engine ranking within the first few days. You have nothing to lose...Why not try out these SEO tips then check back here to tell me how they worked for you.

If you are new to SEO and you need help learning more about back links, where to post backlinks, and how to post back links be sure to click on the blue words and they will tell you everything you need to know about back-links.

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