LinkyLove for your readers!

By | December 7, 2007

Ok. It’s time for a little LinkyLove… Read the Instructions…

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The idea is simple: You want readers and you want link backs too because that’s all us bloggers want, it’s more precious than milk for some :twisted:

So how does it work?

Simple! You just copy the list down below on your blog, hence creating link backs for your blogging friends and then click the RSS feed link to subscribe to all of them. Then you add yourself and up to 5 other bloggers and their feeds to the end of the list before you publish it on your own blog. Show your friends some link love :)

Just imagine if just 10 people would do this and then 10 more after them. That would get your blog 100 extra link backs and 100 extra feed subscribers!

The Original List:

The Extended List:

My Additions

    You participated but your not listed yet? Drop us an email so we can add you!

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Now, don’t forget to add these to your feed, so you can read some great blogs every day!

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4 thoughts on “LinkyLove for your readers!

  1. Elizabeth

    I thought these types of link exchanges were part of what got our Page Rank taken away. Is that right or not?

  2. Kenneth Post author

    Yes, you could be right. While I’m going to be using nofollow soon, I’m not sure about resubmitting to Google yet…. in the meantime, this kind of thing doesn’t worry me…

    Really… should I add nofollow, though?

  3. James Wilcox

    the fact is nobody really knows why PageRank hasn’t updated properly or why certain blogs are being slapped around by Google, PR-wise. One of my blogs is stuck at 3 for whatever reason and my more popular blog has a PR of 0 even though it is updated every day, sometimes multiple times a day.

  4. Kenneth Post author

    Too many people really misunderstand PR… A lot of people believe it’s about traffic, or popularity, but its not. It’s a measure of the links that relate to your website, and their quality. The relationship between traffic and PR isn’t obvious, isn’t necessary, and isn’t accurate. I have seen high traffic websites with low PR, and low (very low traffic websites with HIGH PR)…

    Last year, this blog had a fraction of the traffic it has now, but had a PR 5… This year, I get over 2000 UNIQUES per month, and the PR is now 0…

    So… let’s forget PR. Look for real ways to create traffic. That’s what is important. It’s a pity that advertisers don’t understand that so much yet.


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