Have you ever heard the term Authority Code?
These are bits of code that you can enter into the search engines to find websites on which you can post a comment and a link back to your own site. Some of the hardest places to get a backlink is on EDU or ORG sites but there is still some out there that you can dig up.
Here is an example of a code. You need to copy and paste it into Google as it is written. Replace the ADD YOUR KEYWORD with your own make keyword phrase.
In this case the code searches for .org blogs that allow you post a comment. Of course you can include your link in your signature for the comment so you get a link back.
site:.org inurl:blog “post a comment” -”comments closed” -”you
must be logged in” “ADD YOUR KEYWORD”
Different parts of the code mean different things to the search engines.
site: – must only have .com in site URL
“post a comment” – must have these words on web page
-”comments closed” – must NOT have comments closed on page
inurl – must have the word Blog in the URL e.g. dotcomaholic.com/blog/page.htm
There are heaps of different codes you can use. All you need to do is have a search through Google to find some. Once you have used the code to find some sites, go there, make a comment or build a profile and add your link when you do.
If you use Firefox as your browser, you can download SEOQuake which is a little plugin that brings up information about each search engine search result. It also allows you to click and order the results so that they highest PR sites show up first.
High PR sites are better to build links on than low PR sites.
Good luck finding new places to build links!