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You want to build your brand and grow your rankings and traffic.

Links to you help search engines find your website and raise its authority.

What’s a great way to get some new backlinks to you? Find some high DA sites to
make profiles on!

Google trusts these platforms and knows that all sorts of businesses will use them.

Some of them are nofollow links, but links from these sites aren’t weighed heavily
anyways.

That being said, there are some of these sites that will give you a dofollow link.

To make sure the profiles you set up contribute toward your SEO, here are some tips:

1. Fill out all the personal details available as much as you can so you have a
completely filled profile.
2. Select a consistent profile picture to use that matches the photos you use
elsewhere (like your business logo or a headshot if it’s a personal profile).
3. Connect your profiles to your social media accounts on sites that give you the
option
4. Add a link to your homepage (duh)

The steps to sign up on any of these are:

1. Select sites to set profiles on one by one


2. Navigate to the “sign up” or profile creation section
3. Use your correct email to verify your account
4. Verify your account and fill out your profile
5. Add a hyperlink to your homepage

Here are the sites:


Site # Website DA
1 blogger.com 100
2 plus.google.com 99
3 wordpress.org 98
4 reddit.com 97
5 https://www.amazon.com/profile 97
6 flickr.com 97
7 amazon.com 97
8 vimeo.com 96
9 myspace.com 95
10 livejournal.com 95
11 https://soundcloud.com 95
12 https://myspace.com 95
13 http://www.livejournal.com 95
14 github.com 95
15 en.gravatar.com 95
16 addons.mozilla.org 95
17 wordpress.com 94
18 issuu.com 94
19 imgur.com 94
20 etsy.com 94
21 disqus.com 94
22 archive.org 94
23 wix.com 93
24 scribd.com 93
25 medium.com 93
26 kickstarter.com 93
27 https://www.ted.com 93
28 https://www.behance.net/ 93
29 goodreads.com 93
30 bloglovin.com 93
31 4shared.com 93
32 https://www.openstreetmap.org 92
33 https://about.me 92
34 http://www.quora.com 92
35 http://www.last.fm 92
36 http://www.deviantart.com 92
37 500px.com 92
38 https://www.crunchbase.com 91
39 https://www.boredpanda.com 91
40 http://www.wattpad.com/ 91
41 http://www.panoramio.com 91
42 http://8tracks.com 91
Site # Website DA
43 https://moz.com 90
44 http://www.carbonmade.com 89
45 https://www.zotero.org 87
46 https://envato.com/ 86
47 http://visual.ly 86
48 https://www.spreaker.com 85
49 https://angel.co 85
50 http://www.bookcrossing.com 85
51 https://www.blogher.com/ 84
52 https://getsatisfaction.com 84
53 http://www.magcloud.com 81
54 http://orcid.org 81
55 https://ello.co 78
56 https://webflow.com 73
57 http://www.archilovers.com/ 73
58 http://www.stocktwits.com 72
59 http://myfolio.com 72
60 http://www.knowem.com 64
61 https://growthhackers.com/ 60
62 http://www.lightstalking.com 58
63 https://www.jovoto.com/ 54
64 http://www.vbprofiles.com 50
65 https://puckermob.com/ 46
66 http://www.completed.com 38

Now you’ll have some more brand signals from these sites pointing to you.

Bonus Tip: Make sure your citations are also correct across the web. Google likes to
see consistent information about your business, including contact information.