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created post List of 1600+ Dofollow Forums for 2012 Instant Signature

by MLMJunction, Window Shopper

  • Created: July 10, 2012, 6:08 am
  • Updated: November 27, 2012, 3:37 pm

Do follow forums are one of the most popular and easiest way to get free targeted traffic and free back links for your blog or website. Especially if you are selling eBooks, services or any products then forums are very useful for you. Another great advantage of forums is that you can learn lots of knowledge there. I started my blogging career from forums and learn all the basic things like Search Engine Optimization, Blogging, PTC and affiliate programs in forums. Although i did lots of mistakes in my blogging career, but these forums helped me allot. I want to share 1600 do follow forums, which will help you in your blog or website promotion. Lets say if you will make at least 50 posts in every forum then 1600 * 50 = 80,000 Back links and approximately 2000 Visits per day. (Traffic is not guaranteed). I think you all know that forums are really helpful in blog promotion. Without wasting your time, i would like to share these 1600 do follow forums list with all of you, so that you can take advantage from these forums.

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thiepcuoivn | Window Shopper | 11/21/2012 - 4:59 am

Where is the 1600 forum's list???

avgadvertising | Window Shopper | 11/21/2012 - 2:25 am

Where is the 1600 forum's list???

San Diego Electrician | Window Shopper | 11/11/2012 - 2:39 pm

That type of link building can cause your site to get "sandboxed" by Google
and cause your site to not show up at all. It can have exactly the opposite
of the intended effect. As others have said, if you wanto to build good links
the best way to do that is to provide useful and valuable information.

Enviro Equipment Blog | Window Shopper | 11/6/2012 - 4:10 pm

Dofollow blogs are almost nonexistent and the ones that do exist are so
inundated with spam that reading the comments is usually a complete waste of

A better strategy to gain viewers/subscribers to your blog would be to post
interesting and informative comments on nofollow blogs within your blog's
niche. Of course, plan on spending at least 30-45 minutes doing this per day,
every day, in order for this strategy to have any real value.

scritty | Window Shopper | 10/31/2012 - 12:40 pm

There seems very little pointin lists like these. They add nothing to the
internet and seem to promote the idea that fouling up the web with rubbish is
an effective form of promotion. Glad to see it's been removed.

clevertim | Window Shopper | 10/17/2012 - 2:01 pm

As others have said it already, this type of cheap SEO is easily detectable
by search engines and will not work.
I have first hand experience at hiring an SEO "expert" who started creating a
bunch of profiles in forums for one of my blogs. Needless to say the page
rank has not moved, my blog is barely in google and I had to fire the
It can hurt you more than just being penalized by google. You can get your
website associated with a bunch of forums that are disreputable.

amabaie | Creator | 10/9/2012 - 3:14 pm

This is a sure-fire way to get penalized by Google and receive the dreaded
"unnatural links" letter. In fact, any list of 1200 easy links sure ring
multiple alarm bells. If it is bulk, it is trouble. If it is easy, it is

SearchEnginePro | Window Shopper | 10/11/2012 - 4:37 pm

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This is a sure-fire way to get penalized by Google and receive the dreaded "unnatural links" letter. In fact, any list of 1200 easy links sure ring multiple alarm bells. If it is bulk, it is trouble. If it is easy, it is trouble.
I agree with David 100%. This thread was started by someone that basically
gives the rest of us legitimate SEO specialists a bad name. I'm thankful his
sales page link was removed. This is a prime example of someone pedaling SEO
that is out of touch with current methods and search algorithms/filters.

If you go out and spam a bunch of DOFOLLOW links back to your site, you will
get penalized by Google, and probably drop out of the search index

blogdum | Window Shopper | 10/1/2012 - 8:27 am

Where is the list of SEO forums? (This comment was edited to remove a link. Please review our Community Best Practices for more information about how best to participate in our online discussions. Thank you.)

ezncome | Window Shopper | 8/14/2012 - 11:52 pm

Where's the list?