Do You Use Search Operators To Find Link Opportunities?

Mar 9, 2010 • 7:23 am | comments (5) by | Filed Under Link Building Tips & SEO

A WebmasterWorld thread started by forum administrator, engine, wrote:

A webmaster I spoke to today was after a simple way to find new link opportunities. I mentioned something to him, which was to try using Google's related: feature

It worked for him, does it work for you?

The single response so far said that they do not use search operators anyone. They have other strategies to get links. This one, in particular, said he creates "a list of the biggest, baddest websites in my niche and find a way to get a link from them." Can't you use advanced search operators to discover those sites? I guess you don't need to.

My question to you, do you use search operators, such as related and so on, to find linking opportunities?

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