Flock makes also muck. (An old saying)

I haven’t blogged here for a month now, having previously been posting great (at least in my eyes) backlinks 2-3 times a week. The break wasn’t intentional, but it happened because of a lot of work, my travel blog, a press trip for my travel blog, and a COVID19 disease. And that was a good thing because I was able to observe the reactions from my small community

But apart from questioning the usefulness of good DoFollow backlinks and a few strange requests for web 2.0 instructions, there wasn’t really much. In short: a bit disappointing!

The fact is: I post only high-quality backlinks that I have tested myself and which usually work. If that changes shortly afterward, I’m sorry, that’s how it is with link building. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. But the effort is low and it doesn’t cost you a cent. So please don’t ask me if these backlinks are of any use to you, you have to decide for yourself. And I do not provide any SEO support here, especially not without even knowing the relevant pages.

RTFM - Read the fucking manual

If it doesn’t work with indexing the backlinks on ahrefs or other services, then just read the instructions that are intentionally written under each post (RTFM!) and be patient. As I use ahrefs for myself now for some years I know they could be indexed if you follow these guidelines. SEO is not magic, even if I can show you some tricks. Take it or leave it!

The only thing that really matters for your link-building is your Google Search Console. If the links are indexed there, it’s fine. Don’t worry about other paid services. Some domains are even blocking the bots of ahrefs, MOZ, and other ones. Some domains I’ll show you are on a delay list at ahrefs, so it could take up to 90 days or even longer to index them.

Fiverrrr Backlinks

There are more than enough people that would pay a lot of money for links from legal sources like Stanford.edu, Blogger.com, or Microsoft.com – and I’m pretty sure some of you sell them on Fiverr or other services.

If you don’t know what this blog is about, then take some time and read something about it:

Of course, it would be very much better to get backlinks from content-related websites, but if you’ve tried long and hard enough to search and beg for them you will be more than pleased to get at least some of these. They will make your project more visible on the internet and help you gain domain rank at ahrefs. At least that is what they’ve done with my blogs.

I would like to thank the few very nice people who have already contacted me with great, new link ideas or pointed out defective backlink sources. That’s exactly how it’s supposed to work. And you are also welcome to link to my project, but nobody voluntarily peddles these insider tips, some of which are very exclusive. It’s better to keep that to yourself… what a pity!

So let’s go on and produce some more new DoFollow backlinks for your blog or website, I still have a few cool hints for you… today it’s a small and quick one, but it’s pretty cool to have a lot of links from sites like these. MooTools.net is a java-script developer website, so if you are a web designer or programmer it would be content-related.

screenshot homepage mootools.net

Create a free dofollow backlink at MooTools.net

MooTools.net is a JavaScript Plugin Directory where developers can upload and promote their plugins. I’ve already found it some month ago, but my first try wasn’t successful, because they switched off the registration form. Now you can at least register with your Twitter account and that works pretty fast.

First of all, you have to sign up for free here: https://mootools.net/forge/login/twitter. Make sure you are logged into Twitter!

screenshot twitter sign up mootools.net

Click on AUTHORIZE APP to proceed. You will be redirected automatically back to MooTools.net.

screenshot complete twitter sign up mootools.net

The people at MooTools.net know what they do and already fill out all the fields with your data from Twitter, but you can edit everything the way you need it.

screenshot backlinkguide profile mootools.net

That’s it – here is my profile at MooTools.net: https://mootools.net/forge/profile/Backlinkguide. Now I own another brand new free backlink for my website or blog and my Twitter channel.

Don’t forget to share your newly created backlink at MooTools.net!

Like always you have to share and publish this new link to get it indexed as fast as possible. I’ve already shared it on this page, on lasso.net, protopage.com, AllMyFaves.com, start.me, diigo.com, Instapaper.com, dailygram.com, and telegram as shown in the last articles. All other already existing Social Media Channels with outgoing dofollow links will also be very helpful. But in my link-building tutorial, I will soon show you a lot more free landing pages and profiles where you can publish them with a lot more link juice. This URL should be indexed very fast.

Check your link building success with the Google Search Console

Don’t forget to check your link-building success from time to time. You can use the Google Search Console to see which domains already give you a fully working backlink if you don’t have a paid tool at ahrefs, XOVI, MOZ, Sistrix, or Searchmetrics. More about that topic here: https://backlinkgui.de/seo-basics/#Important_tools_to_control_SEO_measures

And that is the link to the Google Search Console: https://search.google.com/search-console – get an account, it’s for free! And you need to control your backlinks. In case you wonder: The link list in the Google Search Console will be updated only once a week. So please stay patient… good SEO needs some time!

Please write a comment below if the link doesn’t work as described or is offline.
I want to keep this information up to date for every user.

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Disclaimer: All the pictures and logos are screenshots from the website MooTools.net. The two Memes I’ve got from a Meme-website on the internet.

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