Where can i find high page ranking links for my overseas property website?
Http://www.onpulseproperty.com - any ideas for getting some good links and anchor text for this site.
I am aware I am asking for free advice here, but I am hoping a few peops are feeling generous today!
I'm no expert, but I run searches of known search engines. For instance a mega-search engine which uses several others is www.search.com This should be a good beginning point for you. Good luck.
I use FastBlogFinder (http://www.fastblogfinder.com) to locate blog posts with page rank that are related to my website. You have to comment on the blog post to get a link to your site. If you provide a relevant comment, the blog owner typically will approve your comment.
You may want to resubmit or edit your question since it leaves me with a big question what is your website all about, the purpose of your site, who are your target markets for your website visitors you like to get there. Confused on this therefore, I was limited in how I could best answer this question. I tried and hope this answers it.
1) Do a search on goolge for blogs like:
* google blogs + real estate investing
* blogs + real estate investing
The key is to target in your search the words after google blogs + ( XXXXX ) corrrectly to get the results you are most interested in
2) Now look at the ranking of the blogs in the by going through those whom come up on 1st page 10 top results, just visit sites and see the rank of the blog if 4 and greater, this is how you find and target them
3) to get appropriate anchor texts back to your site seek out blogs you pay for a post there with an anchor text back to your site, any problems pm me and will try to help you
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