1.What is Whitehat SEO
Whitehat SEO, which means not using any tricks to cross Google’s eye on ranking on search results. The thing you have to do is create valuable content, and somehow promote this content to the people, creating good signals about your website.
Google will rely on a variety of algorithms, different factors to check whether your content is good or not? And “backlink” is in these elements. If your content is good, it will be shared by many people on social networks, forums, websites, blogs, etc. And these sharing has created the backlink itself, so backlink is a good factor. Let Google rely on that to evaluate your site conten
So, you “create backlink yourself”, which means you are “happy for your website” and your method of SEO is no longer whitehat (in white) anymore, depending on how you go to the link. Which will be classified as “grayhat” or “blackhat” (black hat)
However, when it comes to “link building techniques” in SEO is different, this technique can completely proceed with the method of “100 whitehat”, with this technique, ie backlinks pointing to fully comply with the rules. Google’s intent.
2.Always use real names to comment.
Many people use keyword typing in the comment section with the anchor text thinking is exactly the keyword that need SEO will make the website to TOP faster.
This is wrong. Google is more intelligent than you think, Google algorithm is improved, it knows the difference is the “intentional” link and “natural” link. There will be no one to exchange with another person naturally but get the name “genuine iphone” or “cheap refrigerator” to fill out the name.
During the process of building a blog, I met a lot of friends to do this, I have many times delete their comments to know their purpose is not to discuss but to create backlink. Many commentators use the same content series. Google can completely know what you are doing, I delete it because you want to be good.
So if you go for a comment, always use your real name, you are exchanging on a blog, meaning you are an individual. Your name and website will represent yourself
3. Always link your home page.
The URL line when you comment is the item that you filled in the site you represent, as you would with a blogger and community:
My name is….
My site is …
I want to say….
If you fill in subpages, other articles, then it will not be natural anymore and Google will probably discover this and assume you are trying to create backlinks for the keywords on the subpage.
4. Leave blank if the comment link under the link.
In the comments, if you want to give a quote, or a source of articles from your site for the blog owner and everyone to see the URL, do not insert the link to any keyword. Leave your link.
Comment of most web pages, blogs are hidden function to insert link to the keyword, if you want to insert the link to a certain keyword in the comment, you must use a code to insert depending on the website. Designed by source code, the code snippet will be different.
In my view, if you use this code, google will detect you are trying to create backlink by:
Check the source of the website: Do not allow link to anchor text
Check your comment: Insert anchor text link (self code) => Say you are trying to create a backlink anchor.
The above is just a personal feeling, but it is up to you to know that Google can easily know your comments naturally or intentionally insert the link.
And you should be careful is best.
5. You can comment in other blogs field.
For backlink types such as guest post, forum, link (hire), you need to choose the same blog / website. However, for backlink comment form, you absolutely do not need
Do not consider the link, the interaction you comment on the blog / website daily does not necessarily have to choose the same niche blog. For example, your website about tourism, you need to cultivate knowledge of WordPress, you can completely find the WordPress blog to discuss with other bloggers.
However, you should also focus on blogs with the same theme to be able to connect better with the blog owner / website for the purpose of going back later.