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Easiest Way To Find Relevant Blogs And Forums- Without Software

(@kylelucernas)
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I am using these footprints in finding relevant forums and blogs. It really helps me a lot. I would love to share it with you guys.

http://rsatechnologies.in/easiest-way-to-find-relevant-blogs-and-forums-without-software.html/comment-page-3

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Topic starter Posted : 25/12/2011 9:51 pm
(@johnywalter2)
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Re: Easiest Way To Find Relevant Blogs And Forums- Without Software

awwww. the boolean code. I also use that when I like to search relevant but specific blogs like when or if I'm searching for cars and I want it to be in blogspot i would use the code "cars site:blogspot(dot)com" in search queries. You can also eliminate duplicating results by adding "-domain(dot)com" in that boolean string.

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Posted : 29/12/2011 11:29 am
(@kylelucernas)
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Re: Easiest Way To Find Relevant Blogs And Forums- Without Software

It is my first time hearing and learning the boolean code. Thanks for that, I can use your style in looking for blogs. 😀

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Topic starter Posted : 30/12/2011 5:32 am
(@Clare44)
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Re: Easiest Way To Find Relevant Blogs And Forums- Without Software

The method is a good one although it is very tedious and you can take many hours or days before you find a good list to use. I prefer finding the links using a software, then creating the links and or posts manually.

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Posted : 15/01/2012 9:33 pm
(@DanielMilstein)
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Re: Easiest Way To Find Relevant Blogs And Forums- Without Software

kylelucernas;81087 wrote: I am using these footprints in finding relevant forums and blogs. It really helps me a lot. I would love to share it with you guys.

http://rsatechnologies.in/easiest-way-to-find-relevant-blogs-and-forums-without-software.html/comment-page-3

Thank you for sharing, but one question (I am sure a lot of users like me would be interested i asking you this).. How to find Do follow blogs (with do follow comment section)? Because when I use the queries to find the blogs, I often get a huge link of Do follow blogs and 80% of them a no follow comment section.. can you share a tip or trick??

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Posted : 16/01/2012 8:41 am
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