Finding Dofollow Links

Brian Gilley over at Social SEO published a great article about finding the best backlinks. To find these backlinks, Google’s advanced search operators are your best friend.

Here’s a summary of the keywords from Brian

inurl:forgotten_password.php “We will send the address of a unique verification page to you via email click”

Elgg

“Powered by Elgg”

Drupal Searches

“Allowed HTML tags: <a>”

Laconica – microblogging

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&safe=off&q=inurl%3Aregister+URL+of+your+homepage%2C+blog%2C+or+profile+on+another+site&btnG=Search

b2evolution

“Your URL will be displayed” “Line breaks become <br />”

JobberBase

“powered by jobberBase”

“powered by Mephisto” comment
“powered by subtext”
“Powered by s9y” comment

Find most used CMS and Least used CMS from CMSMatrix.org and find dofollows!

Strings

“leave a comment”

Submit A Link

  • keyword + “your link here” -reciprocal (example)
  • keyword + “post your link” -reciprocal (example)
  • keyword + “post a link” -reciprocal (example)
  • keyword + “post your link” -reciprocal (example)
  • keyword + “list your site” – reciprocal (example)

Commenthunt.com

Azure Profiles – http://freelanceswitch.com/designer/17-websites-to-boost-your-designer-profile/

Link Buying Queries

    • “become an advertiser”
    • “advertising options”
    • “advertise with us”
    • “become a sponsor”
    • “sponsor our site’
    • “sponsor site”
    • “sponsor us”

Link Data

Yahoo Site Explorer

Alexa – http://www.alexa.com/data/ds/linksin/seomoz.org
Exalead – http://www.exalead.com/search/results?q=+link%3Ahttp%3A%2F%2Fseomoz.org&x=0&y=0

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