how to get link through yahoo answers ?

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Offline RichardSmith

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Re: how to get link through yahoo answers ?
« Reply #10 on: 10-16-2012, 07:39:47 »
 Hello Friends,

Ya you can get back links form Yahoo answers, but you have to give right and reasonable answer otherwise you will be blocked.

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Re: how to get link through yahoo answers ?
« Reply #11 on: 12-17-2012, 22:51:49 »
You have to be Level 2 for the links to be clickable. To reach level 2, you need 250 points.

When you join, you have 100 points automatically added. And logging in gives you 1 point, answering gives you 2 points. Being voted as the best answer gives you 10 points.

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Re: how to get link through yahoo answers ?
« Reply #12 on: 04-09-2013, 01:21:07 »
One trick I've heard about with regards to Yahoo! Answers is that there are several teams out there signing up on Yahoo! and then purposely ask a question that's probably related to their niche. Now, another person from the team also signs up and leaves a comment, playing the role of a "concerned" citizen and then leaves their site's link after the comment.

Thanks 'Torafox'....for sharing this useful information at all. I hope this is perfect suggestion to that above question..
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Re: how to get link through yahoo answers ?
« Reply #13 on: 04-25-2013, 17:02:12 »
1 trick I've heard about concerning Yahoo! Advice can be that you have several groups out there registering on Yahoo! then on purpose request the dilemma that is certainly most likely related to their own niche. Now, somebody else in the workforce also signs up and simply leaves the comment, playing the particular role of any "concerned" resident then simply leaves their own web site's hyperlink after the comment.

 

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