Extremely difficult to get listed, but the back link is highly valued!
I agree with davecurtis. DMOZ is very hard to get your link on. Digg would be my second choice. But with the catch that the nofollow tag be removed. Apparently only the most respected members get that privilege.
try also to put your backlinks to .gov or .edu sites it's also very highly value
To DMOZ - no way to get there
by TerryGl7 years ago
There are many .edu and .gov sites at the moment that allow a back link through either a blog dofollow comment or forum profile dofollow link.I have about three hundred such links that are auto approved in joining the...
by Jen King7 years ago
ack. Is this good, or bad, or no big deal....?Yes, I put on my noob hat.One of my articles at Ezine is now posted on a really messed up site from Thailand. It's a food article, but the site's URL has...
by alphonsians937 years ago
Do you know any idea how to make your hub no.1 in google.com?
by LondonGirl9 years ago
I've read over and over the "get quality backlinks with Qassia" line.Is it true? Do links from this site help?How do you do it? I know you write the "intel", but where does the backlink link to? Your...
by Glen9 years ago
Bully your way to the top?
by Lynda Gary8 years ago
I wish I could site my source, but I can't remember who it was here that made a very valuable suggestion: Write to a high rating site and see if they will provide a link to your hub.Well, that's what I've spent...
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