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Backlink Sources ~ 4 Untapped PR8, PR6, PR4, PR3 Backlinks [2018]

Untapped backlink sources – high PR domains  to boost your SEO and move your position on SERP up to google first page.

One of the Online SEO tools I use is MonitorBacklinks. It’s my favorite link checker. Yesterday as I was going through my backlink list, I found something quite exciting.

I have dofollow backlinks from interesting sources I want to share with you in this post. These are links from PR8, PR6, PR4, PR3 domains so get ready now for something that’s going to add some excitement to your SEO experience.

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(ViralContentBee) How to get massive Social Media Traffic for free!

ViralContentBee is one of the platforms I use for social media and referral traffic. Its authenticity has driven me into writing this post.

As a matter of fact, what makes a platform is not the script. It’s not the server where the script is hosted. It’s the quality of its members.

ViralContentBee (VCB) is a plaform filled with pukka members. Both front-end and back-end users are the attraction of this platform.

I’m particularly excited about the mods making sure no trash is published on the platform. They do manual check of every posted content, rejecting anything that doesn’t meet the kind of quality standard  to attract savvy users.

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How Advertisers paid me $660 to drive traffic to my blog!

You want to drive targeted traffic to your blogs and make money right? You have every reason to do that. No one can stop you!

We have the technology but the limit is our brains. A little thinking can drive us into marvelous money making moments

Let me share with you how I got paid $660 by advertisers to drive traffic to my blog, increase engagement and build my list. The crazy thing is that this same activity is making more noise that shakes more earnings into my wallet.

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Linkbuilding: 5 Techniques That Will Never Fail To Rank Your Blog Post

If you want your web pages to be even considered for ranking on Google, you need backlinks. Without them, there is virtually no way of making it to the top of search engine result pages (SERPs).

Still, you will find some claiming to rank their websites without any backlinks. Problem with that is you probably cannot replicate the same steps for your niche, especially if it is a highly competitive one.

That is exactly why there is a third pillar of search engine optimization (SEO). Off-page SEO, aka linkbuilding, is how you can secure (and almost guarantee) high rankings on the SERPs.

Over the years, SEOs have come up with more than hundred ways of getting backlinks. Some work, some don’t, and some ruin your website’s ranking.

Google punishes some of these techniques, warns against a lot of them, and does not like any of them.

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5 tips to get free website traffic from specific countries or cities

One of the questions I get from my readers recently is how to get free website traffic from specific geographical regions or countries. This question came up because in this post, I made it clear that some advertisers are very much interested in geographical source of our traffic before making up their minds to buy space on our blogs.

So I said to myself instead of giving individual answers to mails and comments, creating this post will be a better idea to respond to the queries once and for all.

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Free WP Plugin for More Traffic & Engagement ~ MyCommentAuthors

If you want your blog readers and commentators to always come back for more engagement, you need to appreciate them. One of the ways to do it is publish a monthly report, listing everyone that came to your blog and dropped a comment. I did that in this post and the reaction from readers was amazing.

I have published many more reports using this plugin. Take a look at this post, this one and this one or click here for a list of more reports. 

It’s quite not an easy task to dig through your blog, searching for those who commented in X month, counting the number of comments they made, then creating a list. What if your blog has hundreds of comments? That’s a hell of task – almost impossible, right?