Which domains do you consider to be an 'high authority site?
wikipedia? howstuffworks? ,dmoz? Any others? Please help!
wikipedia, in the search results, wikipedia can have a good rank by Google
All you need is this - http://www.seomoz.org/top500
The top 500 highest authority sites on the web.
Any one of those extensions that not just anyone can get, like gov, edu, .us, .mil
how stuff works because you can only submit one data and get only one link from the rest of the two...
You can have many on how stuff works and that will make a difference after some time to your site
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