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Does anyone used folkd.com for back links? If so, what do you think of the site?
Thanks for the tip, it seems like everyday I find out about yet another site for backlinking.
I use folkd. I'm not sure of the quality of the backlink. but it has a pretty easy submission process.
Folkd.com is a good bookmarking site and currently it has a PR of 7. By every means go for it.
Marisa you can try this site too
It is a PR8, dofollow site. I havn't used it yet, but looks pretty easy. I am planning a hub listing all dofollow links and blogs.
I'll have to check it out Dolores - thanks for sharing it with us and maybe if I get to know it and I remember you posted up this question, I'll get back to you! Old ladyitis and all that - "I knew there was something I was supposed to remember". I'll check it out!
I signed up and checked out other people's links, just to see how the whole thing went. Most of the links did not come up. "Error" or it said that the site was gone. I was feeling like I was wasting my time and wanted to see if other people liked it or not.
I use a site called socialmarker.com
It basically helps you organize your submission efforts. It's got mister-wong and a whole host of other bookmarking sites. I can't say that all of them are dofollow, but it's worth checking out socialmaker to at least get a few more submission ideas.
i've used it before too - it's not perfect but it's not bad!
Folk and other bookmarking sites are available for easy access on http://socialmarker.com.
you will like this one as you can link to hubs, Do a 50 word write up about your hub . And earn money there as well.
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by IzzyM7 years ago
First of, I don't really know what I'm talking about, or to be more specific, I don't know the name of what I am talking about.But thanks to a few hubbers on here, I have taken to backlinking the easy way. You backlink...
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