Case Study

high pagerank blog commenting

 

Wow, most people have websites for years and never get to a Pagerank of 4, let alone in under 3 months! How is this possible? Pagerank is determined by the quality and trust of sites that link to you; ingenious idea by the Google founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin. Birds of a feather flock together, or in this case link together. It can take years of press releases, interviews, newspaper stories, and other link building to reach such a trusted status, but how did we do it in such a short amount of time?

High PR Blog Comments

blog comments link building

Time to Piggyback! By posting on already indexed and trusted blogs with high pagerank we were able to get links back to our new website - http://facebookadsppc.com . The actual page where our link exists is on a webpage with pagerank. Some of the blog comments can roll off to another page (or get deleted in time), but for the most part, it's extremely solid as you can see by these results. As of February 19th we are starting another campaign for this website, but the ONLY thing we did so far, were high pr blog comments to reach this pagerank of 4; the same exact service strategy we used internally is now available to the public.

Best of all, we also see ranking improvements. As you know by now, very strong links help build a solid foundation, and future links can help push towards the desired #1 spot for multiple keywords. This is a great way to protect your website's from being penalized for low quality (which usually means low pagerank) backlinks.

We did 1000 high pr blog comments back to facebookadsppc.com . This represents an investment of $595.00 based on the Enterprise pricing. Of course you don't need to do this all at once, we did it as a test because that's why I get out of bed in the morning (wife's breakfast is pretty epic too!). Social signals, + "regular links" + high pr blog comments could have you dominating in very competitive niches. Again, only if you are profitable already would I encourage you to signup, or if you are uniquely positioned to become profitable. As Herbert Spencer said "The great aim of education is not knowledge but action". We don't like to provide knowledge on something if we can't provide the service. We used ourselves as the guinea pig (like we always do), and the results show it's worth offering as a service so here we are :).

P.S. When I worked at a major travel agency this was my primary strategy to push for crazy competitive terms. It was/is EXTREMELY tedious to find blogs with high pagerank that allow linkable comments, which means most Online Marketers aren't doing it, which means it's worth doing 🙂