Ok, like we talked about in our backlinking for reputation management post, one of the easiest ways to start building your online reputation is to make profiles on the best Web 2.0 profiles available in your name. These sites have inherent domain authority in search engines that we can piggyback off of to easily rank for our keyword (your name). Web 2.0 sites and social networks are also built to have a great deal of share-ability and large user bases to share that content with. Thus Web 2.0 sites are great for online reputation management because of the social link building you can do- the audience is literally right at your fingertips!
There are two possible solutions here. 1) all bloggers stop allowing comments without approving them. This is unlikely to happen. 2) Search engines find a way to devalue all comment links in any blog whatsoever. This will be unfair to legitimate commenter, but as often happens, the many suffer for the ill-conceived actions of a few.
These are great “in between” posts since they are so short. They are normally between 250 and 450 words, (an exception to the 500-750 words your usual online blogs should be). Just find a great bit of new information to share with your audience and post it as a quick tip. The tip should be focused on one key area of a niche and give just enough detail to answer a problem or make life easier for the reader.
Low competition. Don’t pick a Business profiles topic that is outrageously competitive like online radio”. Check the second page of Google results to see if the competition is too fierce. Chances are, if you can make it to the second page, in the long-term you can make it to the first. Especially if you follow the below instructions.
Information Rich: Almost all the blogs give huge information on every subject and field of study. You come to know the psyche of various bloggers and their point of views. Besides, information in the blogs serve as a catalyst to write your own blog, just as an answer or a retort to the one you read.
If you search in Google “how to find dofollow Visit my Reddit profile” you’ll likely find other such dofollow search platforms. Try them out and those that generate the results you want, then use them.
Connect with others via their profiles. I read a wonderful book by Ann Rule. When I see others who fill out their profiles saying they enjoy her books, I’ll start a conversation with them about the one book of hers I’ve read. I’ll ask if they have a favorite book of hers and what their recommendation is for a second book of hers I should read. Not only have I met some wonderful people doing this, but I’ve also found some great books and enjoyed reading some new authors as a result of finding people who enjoy reading via their profiles.
As stated above, blogs by nature are just text content directories. Posts are often about only one detail of a topic. A lot of text, less HTML and no fancy gimmicks. And for the most part the links from and to such posts are natural, sincere and very relevant. Combine that with the frequently changing content and there you may have the reason that search engines love blogs and index them fast.