Creating DA 74 dofollow backlinks on Azure DevOps site

Welcome to IT People Blog. In this post I will share a simple tutorial on making dofollow backlinks from Azure DevOps sites with DA 74 and DR 88, quality links like this are certainly much better than hundreds of low-quality backlinks that you get from elsewhere, of course, in some foreign backlink services. .. links originating from the Azure DevOps project site are included in the premium category packaged in a high-quality link building service

I don’t want to repeat the explanation about the meaning of backlinks, what are DA and DR, because apart from wasting time, it also feels boring to explain the same thing over and over again, so let’s go straight to the discussion section.

1. First of all, just visit the Azure DevOps site using your microsoft account, if you don’t have one, please create it > only for a few seconds > you can use email @outlook/@hotmail according to your taste

– https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/devops/

Click the “Sign Project” link…

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2. Fill in the required details including name, email address and country of origin for initial setup of Azure DevOps account

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3. Enter the name of the organization that will be part of your backlink URL permalink, select the project’s display country location, and enter the captcha to prove your action is not a robot

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4. After that you can start creating a new project, enter the project name, make visibility public so that later the project page can be indexed by Google and entered as a backlink

If the visibility of the project you created remains private, click the blue “organization policy” link then activate the project settings for public

If you have trouble, try to see step 13 below

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5. This is the start page of your project settings, click the link “Manage your project services”

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6. Turn off all Azure DevOps services except Repos, see picture if confused

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7. Next, look at the menu on the left in the repost section > files > the bottom (in the picture) > click the initialized button

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8. Once open, click the README.md file name

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9. To edit the README.md file, just click the edit button with the pencil icon

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10. Here you can create your backlink, how to use the hash mark “#” to create a new paragraph line, then use the syntax “[Kata Kunci](https://www.helmykediri.com/)” to insert active hyperlink > save (press commit)

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11. Check the previews tab, your backlink should be active right?

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12. Click on the overview menu on the right > add a project description if you missed it earlier

Oh yes, in the about project section, scroll down > in the read file section > navigate to the readme.md file that you created earlier and save it (the sign that the previews you created will appear)

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13. Oh yes, if in step 4 the project visibility status is still private, look below there is a gear icon, right? > in the visibility dropdown select public

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14. Up here your backlink has been successfully created

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15. What is the use of backlinks that are not indexed by Google? you can index it by creating a tier 2 of private Web.2.0 submitted to the search console or using indexing to speed up indexing in search results

You can also use SEOsStore, create an account there > look at the footer > click the free balance link > share the link to your twitter account to get a $1 free balance bonus, the process can be repeated for 24 hours

After that create a link as usual..

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16. Choose the type of backlink direct or Web.2.0 and continue to be backlinked until indexed

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17. Some examples of Azure DevOps Project pages that have been indexed by google, are faster to use private Web 2.0 and send them to the search console

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You can create multiple projects at once in one DevOps account, that means multiple backlinks at once from quality pages..

That’s an article about how to get backlinks from high-quality sites, dofollow DA 74 and DR 88 on the Azure DevOps page, I hope what I write can be useful. Do not hesitate to provide feedback in the comments column. That is all and thank you

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