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October 23, 2008 by  
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How does social bookmarking help build backlinks?

I’ve never tried this process of link building. I usually do forum posts, blog comments, article marketing, blogging, doorway pages, member profiles, and web directories.

I guess I just don’t know what it is! I don’t really understand how the system works. Does digg.com put up a link to your site or something? I’m confused at how this system helps me build backlinks.
EDIT: I’m actually interested in how the system works. Like a step by step process starting from me signing up for digg and ending at visitors coming to my website.
EDIT 2: Aw man, I didn’t know that those sites didn’t have quality backlinks. I guess that’s a good decision on Yahoo! and Digg’s part. They aren’t linking to “bad neighborhoods” by accident. However, I don’t think that the Yahoo! search engine actually uses the nofollow attribute. I’m pretty sure it will follow your page anyway. The nofollow thing is mostly a google thing.

Unfortunately, big social sites like Yahoo Answers Digg Facebook and others tag any posted link as ‘nofollow’ – so it actually has zero impact in terms of SEO back linking. However, a link is a link, and is always good to post one. The more people walk to your link, the more visitors you will have to your site.

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