10 proven steps to get pr9 backlinks to rank high in Google


On December13th, 2013, a week after Google updated its PageRank  metrics i.e on Dec 6th,2013; I published a post on steps to get a PR9 dofollow backlinks from Google plus. I must say that the response on the content was overwhelming and this content is a continuation of tips and strategies on how to build and get links to your website the Google way; as its important to rank high in Google.

how to get pr9 backlinks

PR9 backlinks gives you blazing spped to rank high in Google

After the December 6th, 2013 PR update from Google, there was global drastic reduction of some known blog’s PR from PR8 to 5 and 3 e.t.c. This post contains updated PR 9 and PR8 blogs and is far rich and resourceful for your use.

How do you check for the PR of a site or blog? simply use http://www.prchecker.info/

Must Read: 60 proven ways to monetize and make money on a blog

list of PR9 blogs and websites

Getting credible backlinks from a high pagerank 9 website and blog is a serious boost to get traffic to your blog, most especially if you are really looking for ways to rank high in Google. The following are PR9 dofollow blogs:

  • Linkedin

LinkedIn is a PR9 dofollow web2.0 website; at the moment, it stands much more credible than Facebook . On Linkedin, you can create a profile for yourself and also for your business page, and the only way to get the backlinks from it is by sharing your contents from your blog on Linkedin. For it to become effective, it is best you have at least 20 connections and above ( just like followers on Facebook and twitter)

pr9 backlinks from linkedin

Share your posts on Linkedin Homepage


  • Sign up for the account at https://www.linkedin.com/
  • Follow the necessary registration details, and navigate to the section that says share your post. Any link you drop here becomes a PR9 dofollow backlinks

Recommended to read:  Neil Patel’s How to Increase Your LinkedIn Engagement by 386%

  • Google+ (Plus)

I wrote and publish a fantastic piece on how to get a PR9 dofollow link from Google+; and not just that, I also discuss about the importance of Google+, its relevance to a higher Gogle rankings, and explained its importance among the 200 Google ranking factors ( according to searchmetrics), please check it out

  • WordPress.org

WordPress platform is the most popular blogging platform globally , far ahead the likes of drupal, Joomla e.t.c. The latest PR update by Google gave wordpress.org a PR9 status, and as such getting a dofollow backlinks from it is a big bang!!   Follow the following guidelines to get your desired PR9 backlinks:

  • Register on the support forum on wordpress at: http://wordpress.org/support/
  • Create a profile and in the profile, insert your website URL: e.g. www.bloggingconsult.org
you can get pr9 dofollow backlinks from wordpress.org

Simply register on the support forum

And for a much more advance techniques, be a supporter and offer technical advice on the support forum for clients having problem with a link to your blog for related solution for that particular troubleshooting problem

  • WordPress.com

Ironically, wordpress.com is a PR9 free blogging platform that you can use to get free backlinks; though, it’s quite different from wordpress.org. While they are built by the same team (Matt Mullenweg). The only difference is that while wordpress.org is premium, which means it is not free and you can adapt and change the design based on the use of different themes, the other version is free to use, just like BlogSpot. So, getting backlinks from such is an important step to take.

wordpress.com is a pr9 blog- grab your free backlinks

get a free account here and publish original content just like blogspot

My advice is this; simply set up a free wordpress.com account, publish original content (about 300 words) on it and link it to your main blog. E.g. wikihubs.wordpress.com ( I publish here) and then link some of the contents back to my main blog which is bloggingconsult. To get started, go to www.wordpress.com and create a free account.

  • Vk.com

VK.com is a PR9 dofollow social media website, and it is the largest social network in Europe. Its mode of operation looks nearly exactly like Facebook; however, it does not have all those pay to boost post limitations present on Facebook.

vk is a pr9 dofollow backlink site

VK is europe’s largest social networking site, and its a PR9 website

The same model, of sharing your blog posts on Facebook to get a backlink is the same way it also works on VK. So, to get a PR9 backlinks, consider using this site.

To get started, go to: http://vk.com/ and sign up for a free account

Recommended to read: How to get links to your website the Google way

  • Wikipedia

Wikipedia.org is now a PR9 website; the following are the strategies you can use to get a PR9 nofollow backlinks from the world’s largest encyclopedia ( backlinks from Wikipedia are nofollow and not dofollow). I believe that getting a nofollow backlinks from Wikipedia is worth much more than all those blog commenting strategies you are doing, so go for it, and forget the nofollow rules, Google sees it and respect such link from Wikipedia.

pr9 backlinks from wikipedia are nofollow

A nofollow link from Wikipedia is worth more than 10 pr6 dofollow links

I believe that getting a nofollow backlinks from Wikipedia is worth much more than all those blog commenting strategies you are doing, so go for it, and forget the nofollow rules, Google sees it and respect such link from Wikipedia.

Recommended: How to get PR9 backlinks from Wikipedia

  • Youtube

getting backlinks from youtubeYouTube is the third most popular and visited website in the world and remains the undisputed leading Video site. With an Alexa rank of 3, and a PR9 status, the Video site is an important avenue to get backlinks for your blog.

However, getting credible backlinks from Youtube is tough, and there are two types that can be obtained:

  • NoFollow backlinks
  • DoFollow backlinks

To get started, read: How to get PR9 backlinks from YouTube

  • Mozilla.org

The guys at Mozilla have really worked hard to place Mozilla browser as the number 2 and sometimes fluctuating No 3 most popular web browser in the world.

In cause you don’t know, Mozilla.org, is a PR9 website, where you can easily obtain a free dofollow backlinks. The strategy here is to create a free account and update your profile.

Mozilla.org registration to get pr9 dofollow backlinks

Register on the mozilla.org site and create a profile


  • Make sure you are using Mozilla browser to get this tutorial working
  • Register your details, to do that, go to : https://addons.mozilla.org/En-us/firefox/users/register
  • Register your information, and on the homepage box, type your blog or website address there
  • Click register and make sure you go to your Inbox to verify the authenticity of your Email address through confirmation
  • Click on sign in or simply login and navigate to your profile

Thats all!!

  • Pinterest

Pinterest remains one of the fastest growing social media website. Its statistical growth is amazing and it is growing at a faster rate as compared to the growth experienced by Facebook when it just started.

Pinterest is a PR9 website, and as a global Alexa rank of 27. Marketing, internet and SEO experts have all explained in depth reasons and advantages why your blog and website should have a presence on Pinterest.

you can also get pr9 backlinks from pinterest

Pinterest is not just a social media, It is a powerful PR9 website

To get a PR9 backlinks from Pinterest, all you have to do is open a free account by signing up with your Facebook account or your email address at https://www.pinterest.com/,and upload interesting pictures on your boards.

Just verify your website or blog by inserting the code they will give into the header of your site; by doing this, any click on your blog/website address on your profile automatically makes it become a dofollow pr9 backlinks from Pinterest

get your pr9 links from operaOpera is mostly known as a very good browser because of most features it has which other browsers does not have. Though, over the years, it has fallen in the rank of popular browsers behind the likes of Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and mozilla.

However, the opera website is a Pr9 website, and getting a link from it will help boost your rankings and help you climb up higher in Google rank. However, backlinks from Opera is basically a nofollow link.

To get such link, you  have to sign up, create a profile ( and then insert your website address in the profile) and get involved in their forum section:

Get started right now: https://link.opera.com/loginfront/

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  1. says

    Thanks James for this informative post, I always wondered what Opera was :) Now I know. I haven’t done much on the WordPress front but after reading this it looks like something I could really do. I sign up for Moz a while back.I have a WordPress.com account but only use it for a resume and other type of blogs. So you are saying a sub blog for our main one? Interesting concept. I’m not sure if I’ve seen many people with this one. You really got me thinking James.
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  2. Peter Kanayo says

    James, wow have heard of wikipedia. But its quite a work getting a link from-not impossible though. As for moxilla I would apply your strategy to see what it brings. Just want to ask, can you use wordpress as a bookmark site where you highlight what is on your main sight or would Google penalize you if you adopt this strategy. Thanks as I await your response. Foot note: Lisa it’s a pleasure meeting you on James site

    • says

      Hi Peter,

      Thanks for the visit. I would not advise you to use wordpress.com as a bookmarking website. Infact, bookmarking strategies of attracting traffic is not advisable, its a glorified means of attracting duplicate content penalty.

      Just create a sub, create unique content of about 200-300 words, then use it to link to your blog or website.

      That’s my 2cents.
      James recently posted…How to get free PR8 and PR7 dofollow backlinksMy Profile

  3. says

    Hi James,

    Sorry that I’m so late in getting by here but I wanted to be sure and comment on your post although I did see it much earlier.

    I know that with Google changing everything all the time that some high ranking sites have lost their rankings with this last update. It really surprised me that this happened to them of all people but just goes to show that it’s not just one thing they’re looking at.

    Thank you though for including all of this information and some of it I really didn’t know but will definitely take into consideration as I move forward with this year.

    Hope yours got off to a great start and happy blogging.

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  4. says

    Hi James!

    This is the first time that I’m visiting your site and let me just say, I’m so excited that I did. I did recently get on Linkedin so I’m hoping that will increase some of my traffic and I’ve been building on some of your other suggestions too! I have noticed that even though I’m not ranked yet, if I google something I wrote (where the title is typically searchable) before I see my blog which is a wordpress.org site, I typically see what was shared by me or someone else of the post on the 1st page of Google which makes me happy. I know I have a long way to go because I just started this blog in August and I just transferred it to wordpress.org in the beginning of December but I’m excited about the journey! Thank you for sharing all of this awesome information! :)
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