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Avoid posting your link on a page that opens very slow or contains mostly ads and flash banners. Try not to aquire or purchase great numbers of backlinks in a short period of time, backlinks should be accumulated gradually. Also avoid webpages and directories that list their results in alphabetical order, as their database increases your link could be moved to a less relevant page with less pagerank. Quality backlinks are one of the most important factors involved in the process of acheiving high search engine ranking.

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How to use sitemap and what is better sitemap XML crawler?

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Submit to Google Search Console ( GSC) and Bing / Yandex webmaster manually then for faster indexing with format:

https://www.myblog.com/sitemap.xml

Change "myblog" with your blog URL, Don't use duplicate Top Level Domain ( ex: .com) otherwise you get error message. Click "Create" then "Submit" button. When finished at Pro Sitemap go to GSC etc... and so on.
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I collected these tools ( mostly Software , PHP and Scripts), I'm in testing them, some are over aggressive, Google did not like this method, Some are Trusted SEO builder. Use it with caution. Don't expect your back links connected in hours ( mostly in 3 - 7 days you can check it with back links checker. I use it and I share with you because many questions to me about this tool.
After you put your link in their system you must click your own link at their sites to trigger faster activation and redirection to your blog. ( The key of Backlinking. The rest of work will be handled by crawlers and spiders (ex: Googlebot, Googlebot smartphone, Bingbot and hundreds of bots and bots including Spambot ) ๐Ÿ˜

My suggestion 4 y'all:
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Next post I will share how Backlinking with 301 permanent forwarding for domain owner and create sub domain forwarding method.

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What is Web Forwarding

A URL, or a uniform resource locator, is the string of text that you use, by typing into your browserโ€™s address bar for example, to reach a particular website. In that sense, you can think of it literally as your websiteโ€™s address. In fact, itโ€™s whatโ€™s meant when people talk about a โ€œweb address.โ€

Sometimes, you might want a particular resource (thatโ€™s the technical term for the thing a URL points you to, usually a website, but it could be anything) to be available at more than one web address. Web Forwarding is how you do that.

There are three kinds of Web Forwardingโ€”permanent, temporary, and masked.

These correspond to different uses (see Why, below), and under the hood they consist of two different technical means of forwarding.
Forwarding using HTTP

The first is through whatโ€™s called an HTTP status code. Weโ€™ll spare you the technical details of how HTTP (itโ€™s not just the beginning of a web address but a specific protocol for how your browser and a server communicate with one another) works, but suffice to say that when your web browser asks for something from a serverโ€”your website for exampleโ€”the server sends a response code that tells your browser the status of the request.

For example, a response code of 200 means โ€œOK,โ€ or โ€œsuccessful,โ€ and comes in response to any successful request. Itโ€™s the code you get when your browser loads the webpage you requested. The most famous response code is 404, which means โ€œNot Found.โ€

Permanent and Temporary Web Forwarding uses HTTP status codes in the 3xx range, specifically 301 for Permanent and 302 for Temporary. When you go to a webpage thatโ€™s redirected to another URL, instead of getting 200 message, your browser gets a 301 or a 302 message, along with the URL the page is forwarded to. Then your browser will load the webpage sent in the 301 or 301 HTTP response.

The difference between 301 and 302 is that since 301 is โ€œPermanent,โ€ the browser is told it can cache this response so that next time when it goes looking for the forwarded webpage, it already knows where to find it. A 302 is โ€œTemporary,โ€ though, so itโ€™s not by default cacheable.

Another difference is that search engines and web crawlers will index a Permanent redirection but they wonโ€™t for Temporary redirections.

Permanent redirections are just thatโ€”permanent, and they imply that in the future, a new URL should be used and the old one should not while temporary redirections imply that you shouldnโ€™t make updates to any records of the URL, the redirection is only temporary.
Masked Forwarding

Masked Forwarding is a different kind of forwarding. If you use HTTP forwarding above, when your browser gets the 301 or 302 response with the new address for the webpage, then youโ€™ll see the URL change in your browserโ€™s address bar.

Masked forwarding is โ€œMaskedโ€ precisely because the address in the address bar remains unchanged.

This creates an HTML page that displays the page being forwarded to in an invisible โ€œframe.โ€ A frame is an HTML element on a webpage that acts like a kind of window to another webpage. It points to a different webpage and displays the contents of that page within the frame. This can be useful for web design, and it can also be used to create a webpage that consists solely of such a frame, so that the result appears the same as the forwarding methods described above, but without the address changing in the address bar.

It would appear as though the content being forwarded to was just the content of the page navigated to, hence the forwarding is โ€œMasked.โ€
Why to use Web Forwarding

Why you would use Web Forwarding really depends on the type of Web Forwarding you would use.

Why use permanent web forwarding

The classic case for using permanent web forwarding is when youโ€™re moving a webpage to a new domain name, in which case the permanent web forwarding acts as a kind of forwarding address.

Here are some other reasons:

Forwarding a similar domain nameโ€”for example, you might find that users commonly make a typo when typing your domain name and register that domain name so that they can still get to your website. In that case, you could forward the typo domain to your website

Creating a short aliasโ€”you can create your own link shortener using a permanent redirection

The content is expiredโ€”for example, if you buy a new domain name to use for a promotion that only lasts a few months, you can forward the domain back to your main domain name when the promotion is done

Establishing your default siteโ€”these days whether you navigate to example.com or www.example.com, you land on the same webpage. Once youโ€™ve created your site either on your bare domain (without www) or your www subdomain, you can redirect the other one to your site with Web Forwarding

Forcing httpsโ€”similarly, you can use Web Forwarding to forward the http version of your site to https, so that nobody browses your website unsecured

Reorganizing your websiteโ€”if you were previously using blog.example.com to host your blog but reorganize your website to use example.com/blog, then you can use permanent web forwarding to help your visitors adjust

The resource is no longer thereโ€”likewise, if you decide to take down your blog altogether, youโ€™ll want blog.example.com to forward to example.com instead of going nowhere

๏ฟผ Check if visitors are still getting forwarded to your site after a year by checking your web hosting logs. If people are still using the old web address, it might be listed on a popular website, or one of your social media profiles. This will help you make sure youโ€™ve updated your web address everywhere itโ€™s linked online.
Why use temporary web forwarding

If the classic case for permanent web forwarding is moving a website to a new domain, the classic case for temporary web forwarding is during repair or construction of your website. But you might also use it if your website is down for reasons you didnโ€™t expect, like if youโ€™re having trouble renewing your website hosting or you have some technical issue to resolve. You can temporarily forward your traffic someplace else while you fix the problem.

Why use masked web forwarding

In most cases, you should use either permanent web forwarding or temporary web forwarding. If youโ€™re looking for a way for visitors to visit a website hosted somewhere else from your domain name, youโ€™ll probably be better served by either of the previously mentioned types of forwarding or by a CNAME record or ALIAS record in your DNS settings.

There are some cases, though, in which you have a particularly unwieldy URL that you would prefer to hide for the sake of being more user friendly. You can use masked web forwarding to accomplish this. But you should be aware that some browsers will consider this as unsecure and will block it.

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Andrew - Domain Names
For example :

This is my own Telegram group with the original link:

https://t.me/advertisehereforfree

And I use my own domain freeadsgroups.com to create a sub domain page that becoming part of my domain property.

https://telegram.freeadsgroups.com

It will going back to original link if you click the above sub domain forwarding.
Based on my own experiences I have concluded it with some features:

Pros:

๐Ÿ’š Get more intense crawlings by search engine crawlers which will affect your site will faster get indexed.
๐Ÿ’š Your domain is viral in many crawler engines, your domain get more stars โญ as useful domain)
๐Ÿ’š More simplier URL and easier to remember without copy paste looooonnnnnnggggg URL ( very effective as your own made URL shortener)
๐Ÿ’š Didn't make your homepage get too many http requests

Cons:

๐Ÿ˜“ Don't create more than 1,000 sub domain forwarding in single domain because Google thinks you use bad SEO tricks
๐Ÿ˜“ Unable to submit to sitemap if you don't have your own target page / property.


Stay tuned ๐ŸŒฑ๐Ÿ‘
More experimental on SEO will be posted soon....
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