Monday, 10 August 2015

Analysis Of Backlinks Created For How Blog On Google Blogspot On Sunday 9th August 2015

What on earth is a backlink?

Joel Lawrence explains in this video

Blog commenting has been the main backlinking strategy at How To Blog On Google Blogspot since inception

It is Monday 10th August 2015 at 4 . 37 am EST. I was meditating on Sunday's activities. Yesterday, I had started using free automated tools to create backlinks to allegedly high PR websites.  Mind you, I have been leaving my blog url when commenting on interesting articles that I read when searching for content.  

So now I'm awake, Archangel Michael gave me this Really Simple Strategy For Creating, Indexing And Syndicating Backlinks. I mean, it is so unbelievably simple. I also need to warn you that He is the source of a lot of creative ideas about blogging.

I had used a backlink indexing service to create an online presence for a previous blog, now on my desktop, thanks to vulnerabilities at a certain webhost. However, evidence of these backlinks  NEVER showed up in the metrics at the most reliable analytic services online. Now that is a waste of my precious money and time!!!  Of course, I cancelled the service.

Analysis of backlinks created at  Free Backlink Builder & Dofollow Google Backlinks Generator Tool 

I conducted a manual check of the backlinks and discovered  was the only viable backlink on a list of fifty.  Failure of backlinking tools may be due to the fact that they backlink without checking to determine whether or not the site is live. Software engineers need to pay attention to this when they are developing their software. This possibly explains the reason why backlinks do not show up in blog metrics when they are checked.

Backlinking is like a dog chasing its tail...LOL

The hunt therefore continues for a reliable backlinking and indexing service, whether free or paid.  I  advise bloggers, myself included, to carefully critique tools such as  Free Backlink Builder & Dofollow Google Backlinks Generator Tool  before using them.

My recommendations are that blog owners:

  • manually reference sites where they make comments, write guest posts or leave a link pointing to their website.  
  • create a category for these links
  • create RSS feed for this category.
  • continually update these urls in a post or page.
  • syndicate the RSS link via RSS aggregators.
  • analyze the effects on blog visits.
Check my work at  Juicy backlinks (index page) and Blog Backlinks (post page). 

Domain analysis for and critique of the backlink that was created there 

The image below shows site analytic results obtained from one online tool. However, the results were less generous when obtained via SEO Quake and Moz. SEO Quake was hardest on the domain.  I am always amazed at the variances between the results that could be obtained by the various analytic tools, especially the most respected ones.

For example, an analysis of  Prayer and Praise Power Ministries shows that SEO Quake's search engine obtained 46 external and 37 internal links respectively. I don't want to swear, but this blog was established in 2006 and contains hundreds of internal links.

I am sorely puzzled by the low number of internal links referenced by SEO Quake 

because I always interlink posts in a natural manner  and also show Related Posts 
to add link juice. This is a lazy search engine. 

Back to Domain Search 101. While the analytical software did not obtain some of the metrics, 
we see that the site possesses value based on the number and quality of the backlinks 
it possesses. I note that it is not DMOZ listed. I love DMOZ for its value, 
but one has to jump through navigation hoops to list a site there. 

I think I will stop pulling out my hair on this issue and leave it to the people who decide the fate 
of web sites to analyze the effectiveness of their search engines in obtaining data. 

Domain Analysis

1 comment:

  1. Blogger help has a great article titled What are backlinks and how do I use them? You should read this if you blog on Blogspot.