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What Is Google Caffeine? New Version of Google Search Is Launching Soon

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Google Caffeine is an "under the hood" development in the Google search engine algorithm that will augment (slightly) how sites rank on Google's search engine results pages (SERP). The addition of Google Caffeine means that your current website search engine optimization (SEO) may become less effective and you may lose or gain position in search engine results for certain keywords. Google Caffeine is not yet integrated into the standard algorithm, but you can observe where your website and other websites stand in 'Caffeine-induced' results by visiting the Google Caffeine test site, http://www2.sandbox.google.com

Google "Caffeine", the new search engine improves the index size, the speed of the queries and most importantly, changes the value of search engine rankings.

In a post on Webmaster Central Blog, Google notified the world that the next Google search engine was ready for testing.

My first impressions about Google "Caffeine" has been pretty good. Search results in both new and old Google come back lightning quick. I have to take Google's word on the fact that the new search engine is a few milliseconds quicker on almost every search I did (one tie).

I also have to take their word on numbers of results. I am seeing sometimes as many as 10 times the search results in the new Google. I'll assume Google knows how many results it has. Interestingly when I did a search for things like "Online pharmacy", the new Google returned fewer results than the old one. This tells me that the new Google is smarter at finding fake websites and de-indexing them

The results are what makes Google so popular and will be the true test of how good this new engine is. In my tests, the new Google pulls significantly different results than the old Google. For what I was searching for (my name, people I knew, events, computer hardware) the results were significantly better. In fact, it looks like the search keywords have become much bigger a factor than before. I'm seeing smaller sites rise to the top more overall.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) specialists are going to have to go on a whole new formula for getting their clients to the top...and who knows exactly how this new Google search algorithm works? SEO people are going to have to start nailing down the new rules to Pagerank to keep their customers on top.

Finally, how does it compare to Bing?

Not too bad in my tests. It is certainly faster as well. I've been a Google person for the last 6 years and I am not seeing anything bad in the new Google or good in the new Bing that will change that.

Speaking of making a difference, it would be nice if some developer would add this new search to the Safari/Firefox browser search bars. That would really boost my testing capabilities. Any takers?

Is Google Changing the PageRank Algorithm?

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Has Google Changed it's PageRank Algorithm?
The latest news around the blogosphere is that Google PageRanks of large sites have been hurt. Sites penalised are as follows:
Here is a list that I gathered with big blogs that supposedly lost PR on this issue:

■Engadget (from 7 to 5)
■AutoBlog (from 6 to 4)
■Problogger (from 6 to 4)
■Copyblogger (from 6 to 4)
■Search Engine Journal (from 7 to 4)
■Quick Online Tips (from 6 to 3)
■Search Engine Roundtable (from 7 to 4)
■Blog Herald (from 6 to 4)
■Weblog Tools Collection (from 6 to 4)
■JohnTP (from 6 to 4)
■Coolest Gadgets (from 5 to 3)
Update: It looks like mainstream websites that were selling links were also penalized:

■Washington Post (from 7 to 5)
■Washington Times (from 6 to 4)
■Charlotte Observer (from 6 to 4)
■Forbes.com (from 7 to 5)
■SFGate.com (from 7 to 5)
■Sun Times (from 7 to 5)
■New Scientist (from 7 to 5)
■Seattle Times (from 6 to 4)

Andy Beard thought the drop was because of text selling which was reported about a week or so ago. This turns out not to be the case.

Techcrunch reported that Google didn't drop the page ranks because of the selling of text links, but because of link farms. Links farms are where each site in the network provides hundreds of outgoing links on each page of the blog to other blogs in the network, in some cases creating tens, even hundred of thousands of cross links.

This all comes a week after the linking characteristics of Techcrunch was analysed. Where it was reported that 1/3 of all Techcrunch outgoing links where to related Techcrunch sites. Hence, link farms do explain why the Techcrunch page rank hasnt changed, but the Crunchbase ranking is now at 0.

These changes will affect a lot of blog networks that survive on text link ads and related sales that depend on strong Google page ranks. A drop from a PR7 to PR4 should really affect traffic too heavily but it will make the tough job of selling ads much tougher. In the coming months and years I think we will see a lot of small blog networks starting to struggle and trying to find another way to survive.

About 1 months ago now I saw a decrease from a PR3 to a PR2 for one of my site and I found it difficult to work out why, and about a month ago when Google announced that selling text link ads would bring in a punishment, I finally found out why.

So, why the decrease? As I wait to research on the decrease, there are many reasons why Google may be changing it's PageRank algorithm.

Paid Linking : The easy excuse is that they’re targeting paid links, but not all sites which experienced the drop sell or buy links.

Mass Linking : Do we link out to too many sites via Blog Rolls? Does Linkbait just result in TOO MANY links, even if they are natural. Do blog networks use influential linking to their advantage? I think PageRank has been spread too thin and Google is changing its PageRank formula to address the mass publishing which has taken place over the past 2 years.


Devalue PageRank :
PageRank is seen by many as the end all value of a web site. Our PageRank dropped but we are receiving more Google search traffic than ever. PageRank does not define site rankings in Google or traffic and it should not be mistaken as so.

Link Building to Increase Website Traffic

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How to Increase Website Traffic
Do you offer free promotions and monthly contests for new members? No matter how many bells & whistles your site has, all of this is virtually worthless if you cannot drive traffic to your website. Building links to your website is one of the smartest things a webmaster can do to establish a solid web presence. You will have direct traffic as a result of people clicking on the links, and indirect traffic from partner sites with higher rankings at the major search engines.

As you might already know, Google uses a system called link popularity and link reputation to determine a site's relevance and position in the search rankings. The mantra stands: the more links you have leading to you on other web pages, the higher your site’s ranking. Link reputation, on the other hand, means how important the incoming links are to your webpage. If you have your website link at a Professional Dog Trade Show site with 200,000 monthly visitors, you will have a higher link reputation than if you had it posted on Sally's Personal Dog Page with 10 visitors a month. In essence, the more traffic your "affiliate" sites have, the more illustrious your link reputation and the higher rankings you will achieve.

Posting your links to any website is not the premise here. Since search engines decipher from the most relevant results, websites with your link must be on the same topic of interest as yours. Suppose Bill Smith searches for "Ultimate Championship Fighting". The first group of relevant sites would be the one with the most links from sites about Ultimate Fighting. Plus, it is not often you see a Woodworking site linking to a Porsche appreciation page. Optimizing your website with the keywords Ultimate Championship Fighting and affiliating with related fighting pages will nail you a lot more traffic, leading to higher link popularity. So go ahead - become affiliated with related websites (preferably the highest ranking ones if you can) and get your link posted on their pages for higher traffic.

Google Caffeine: Google's New Search Engine Index

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Is Google Caffeine Faster?
Microsoft has recently unveiled their new search engine, Bing. And with the recent announcement that Microsoft's Bing is going to soon power the Yahoo organic search results, Google needed to do something to keep their market share of search.

Google has unveiled a new test version of their search engine, which is being called "Caffeine". This is being touted as the "next generation of search".

Google's Matt Cutts said, on the Google Webmaster Central blog that they're very interested in feedback:

"Right now, we only want feedback on the differences between Google's current search results and our new system. We're also interested in higher-level feedback ("These types of sites seem to rank better or worse in the new system") in addition to "This specific site should or shouldn't rank for this query." Engineers will be reading the feedback, but we won't have the cycles to send replies."
By letting the public test the new version of Google search (which is noticeably without the Google AdWords ads), Google is able to use the public as their reviewers: and typically Google's best critics will reveal issues that need to be addressed. If you are testing out the new version of Google, and you find a search result that is not to your liking, there is a "Dissatisfied? Help us improve" link at the bottom of the search results page.

What is different between the old version of Google (what we currently see at www.google.com) and this new "Google Caffeine" version of Google? Some are saying that this new version is much faster than the older version of Google. Mashable's conclusion is that "This search is not only faster, but in some instances in our few tests, seems more capable of producing real-time results."

One of the claims of Google Caffeine is that it does a better job at including recent search results. Let's take a look at a recent search phrase, one that Google most likely would not have indexed a few days ago, and look compare the results. One of the "trending topics" on Twitter as I write this is "RIP Eunice Kennedy". So, let's use this keyword phrase as a test.

On Google Caffeine there appears to be a search result that was indexed 25 minutes ago. Google does not typically show a "cached" version of recent search results.

Google Caffeine




















And on the "normal" Google search results, the search results appear to be almost exactly the same:
























In fact, what is interesting is that both versions of Google are currently indexing Twitter statuses from one hour ago or even sooner. I honestly expected that this new Google Caffeine version would be indexing Twitter statuses much faster than one hour ago. So, let's see if this is the case. I searched for this phrase on both Google Caffeine and on the "normal" Google: [site:twitter.com "RIP Eunice Kennedy"].

Google Caffeine is not indexing as many web pages as the "normal" Google search, while the timeliness of the search results appears to be about the same. There are "tweets" from Twitter.com that show up in the Google search results (on both the Caffeine and on Google.com) as quickly as 10 minutes ago. A quick test on another trending topic on Twitter reveals the same results on both, a search for this shows Google is about 21 minutes behind: [site:twitter.com "Social Media Pillows"]

What about comprehensiveness? I have tested many searches with on both Google Caffeine and on Google.com and am not noticing any better indexing (or indexing of more pages) on several websites I have tested. I used the "site:" command on both and found that on some searches Google Caffeine is indexing more pages.

But on other "site:" searches, there are more pages indexed on Google.com. So, I'm not convinced (yet) that this new Google Caffeine is more comprehensive. In fact, the old Google.com has more pages indexed on Twitter (site:twitter.com) than Google Caffeine.

What about relevancy? I tested several search results, including those that included city names and specific "local searches" and I'm not seeing much of a difference at this time. So, the jury is still out: Google Caffeine appears to be faster than "old Google", but the other changes that have been made to Google Caffeine are not really that noticeable.

Lesser Known Method of Blog Promotion

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Days ago, when i do walked by on Blogcatalog to find some good news and also to promote my blog. I found this useful thread. It's all about a lesser known method of Blog Promotion. If you interested, read it now!

Written by BlogBadly, taken from one of his discussion on Blog Catalog (with necessary edit):

Whenever someone makes a "SEVEN EASY TIPS FOR BLOG PROMOTION/PR INCREASE" post anywhere, I rarely see adding your posts to blog carnivals.
Blog carnivals are usually held by one blog. In them, the owner reads submissions and decides which ones to put in a post about the carnival. About 5-10 entries are picked for each post. The owners of the carnivals generally don't expect a post back to them - maybe just a trackback - so it's basically a free link to your blog. It can attract readers too. It's not spammy, too, as all of the posts are related in the same category (business, satire, family, pets, etc.)
It's really easy to do: just go to blogcarnival.com, sign up, look for some carnivals that match your blog category, and submit. You can also run your own carnival if you want.
Blog carnivals are actually quite good promotion methods - they won't harm you, at least. Unless you get dizzy on the merry-go-round. Ha. I made a bad joke.
And on a quick note, Newsvine.com (a news site where people tag news/opinion/other articles and post them on their own page) gives a free backlink if you submit your own site (dunno if you guys do that. I don't see any penalties for it). It also appeared on my Technorati blog feedback with an authority of 50-100. It's another option if you have a news blog or just have a few news posts.

Mytheory opinion: Actually, some bloggers have known about this method of blog promotion through blogcarnival, and they like it because it does drive traffic to their blog (if u have great post of course). So, i suggest you to make real good content first if you want to submit it to carnaval then.

Nofollow Links - Advantages & Disadvantages

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Nofollow Links - The Good side and the Bad side
Blog commenting is one of the best way of getting backlinks to our sites/blog. And if you frequently gather backlink by that way (blog commenting) you must be familiar with Dofollow or nofollow links attribute. You may be wonder why the webmasters (Matt Cutts and Jason Shellen) design nofollow attributes, because all we know is nofollow link attributes doesn't give our page any reputation (such as PR calculation). But recently i found why nofollow link attributes is so damn important for both web owner or the webmasters who want to gather backlinks from it.

:: Good side / Advantages

1.It prevents comment spamming.
Remember that most of people who want to gather link juice, always do it by leaving poor quality comment(s) to blog which use dofollow attributes, they think it is wasting time to leave a comment on nofollow blog. So, nofollow blog have smaller chance to receive comment spam.
2.You don't want to pass reputation on to a website.
For example you write a post about how people doing spam comment, and you provide link that point to website which offer automatic comment service. Anyhow you don't want to give any reputation to that kind of website, so you can use nofollow attributes to that link.
3.To be Trusted by Major Search Engine
If you pretty smart on putting nofollow attributes to particular link on your blog/website you will be trusted by major search engine. For example you put nofollow tags to website which is not trusted by major search engines, major search engine will consider your blog as a trusted sites. Besides by activate nofollow attributes on particular area on your blog you can avoid comment spamming, and it is good for your web content since search engine doesn't like blog with many comment spam.


:: Bad Side / Disadvantages

1.Less chance to get comment by other blogger
Since most people will only comment on dofollow blog to get some reputation credit to their page, your nofollow blog will be forgotten by them. And it will slightly affect your total number of comments.
2.It is more harder to get any link juice to your websites/blog
Let say you want to gather backlink with blog commenting technique, if you really want to gather reputation credit to your websites, you have to leave it on dofollow blog, thus your task become more harder, besides making high quality comment to be approved by the blog owner, you have to search the real dofollow blog with the same topic with yours.
::. Some suggestions

1.Be smart on placing nofollow attributes to particular links/area
Don't activate nofollow attributes to the whole area of your websites. Try to focus on comment section or particular links which pointing to the website you don't want to give any reputation credits. Also, you can activate dofollow attribute once the comment section of you blog get more crowded or begin to make some discussion between you and the commenter.
2.When leave comment don't bother about nofollow or dofollow attributes
Yea, why i suggest you to not bother about nofollow or dofollow attributes when we leave comment on other blog? Because our backlinks will looked more natural, contains dofollow links and nofollow links as well.

Why Working From Home is Nothing New | Work From Home

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Working From Home is Nothing New

Working from home is a whole new way of working — a revolution in industry, in society, in the way we live. Or is it? While making a living by sitting in a cafĂ© with a frappucino and a two-way link to the cloud might be something your parents never dreamed of doing, the idea that you can ignore the corporate world and earn from home is actually about as modern as iron horseshoes and knitting needles. In fact, not only are today’s home-based tech workers more traditional than the average cubicle drone, they actually have a long way to go before their numbers come close to those of the good old days despite recent trends.

According to the US Census Office, the number of people who work at home more than two days a week increased between 1980 and 1990 by 56 percent from 2.2 million to 3.4 million.That’s a remarkable rise and one made all the more impressive by happening before the expansion of the Internet. In the decade following 1990, as communications improved and email replaced memos, the figures increased by a further 22.8 percent to reach 4.2 million people. By 2000, the Census Office reports, 3.3 percent of the working population was able to skip the commute for most of their workweek.


When One in Fourteen Worked from Home

But those are still significantly lower than the numbers in 1960 when almost 4.7 million people were earning their keep from home – a full 7.2 percent of the population. That number halved over the following twenty years, a decline which the Census Office puts down primarily to the closure of family farms and the movement of doctors and other professionals away from home offices and towards large shared practices.

But it wasn’t just the last of the small farmers and home-visiting doctors who were able to call their homes their workspaces in the 1960s. Some of the most important contributions to American culture were being produced in home offices even before the era of free love and one-way commutes to Southeast Asia.

Pay a visit to Frank Lloyd Wright’s home in Oak Park, Illinois, for example, and you’ll be able to see not just the house in which the creator of the Prairie style lived from 1889-1909 but also the office in which he designed 125 of the country’s most important structures. Nor was his own home just a workplace. It was also an architectural laboratory on which he tested his design concepts and theories. Most home workers work in their house. Frank Lloyd Wright’s house was also his work.

That a creative professional like an architect should be able to avoid an office building is perhaps not surprising. Designers, painters, sculptors and other arty types tend to work alone, relying on their own inspiration to deliver their ideas. They rarely need the kinds of equipment that’s best supplied by large office buildings and having secretaries, assistants, sales staff and watercoolers around might even be distracting. Around 40 percent of artists are believed to work from home studios – or at least they do until children come along and claim the studio as their bedroom.

The Web’s Work from Home Industrial Revolution


According to the 1990 census though, almost half of all home workers were in the service industries, which included business and repair work, entertainment and recreation, and “other professional and related services.” By 2000, 1.9 million people were providing “professional services” from home – by far the most popular category – but there were also more than 42,000 people preparing food professionally in their own kitchens and over half a million cutting hair, giving massages and delivering other kinds of personal care. Interestingly, almost 5,000 people in the fishing, hunting and forestry professions worked from home at the start of the millennium too. You have to wonder about the size of their yards.

Even this variety might not be anything new. Perhaps the most important characteristic of the Industrial Revolution was the movement to cities as factories became the shared workspaces of a new urban working class. But what were those new proletarians doing before the opening of the mills and the invention of automated looms that could fill factory floors and lop off children’s fingers? Some, as in early twentieth century America, would have been driving horses on farms but others would have been crafting from home. For women in particular, the loss of hand looms to the spinning jenny meant a shift away from home and family to cotton mills and hard-nosed bosses. For men too, the rise of the assembly line marked the end of the kind of sweating, hammering and hand-crafting of unreliable quality that could be done in a home workshop.

Interestingly, Peter Sweeney, Founder & CTO of semantic technology firm Primal Fusion, has described Web 3.0 as the Internet’s own industrial revolution, a time when the social connections of Web 2.0 gives way to the automated production of content. Wolfram Alpha, he says, is one example of the way in which information can be produced automatically and without the kind of work-at-home handicraft that predated Dickens and which now characterizes the Web’s co-working content producers.

That sounds unlikely. Easy communication is only going to increase the return to home-working and recession hit tech-types who have spent the last few months consulting from home will take some persuading to get back to the traffic jams when the economy does pick up. But today’s home-workers are now primarily tapping keyboards rather than driving tractors. They’re in the cities rather than in the dust fields of Oklahoma (although many of them, like those former agriculturalists, are also now in California). And unlike independent spinners and weavers, they find that they can compete easily with the productivity levels of factory and office-based employees.

Working from home then isn’t a new way of working. It’s a return to an old, traditional – and more enjoyable — way of working, and don’t let the Luddites tell you otherwise.

Which URL Shortening Service is Best to Use

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URL Shortening Services/ Top 10 URL Shortening Services
URL shortening services have taken strong root in the internet community. It seems that there is a lot of bias in which URL shortening service is the weapon of choice. For instance- Twitter users commonly use TinyUrl for their shortening needs. But TinyUrl is far from being the only URL shortening service out there. In fact, each service has its own very special service to offer; so don’t take sides just yet.

Doiop.com
Doiop brings something interesting to the table: you can pick your own URL. Unlike many other services that pick a random URL for you, this feature will let you remember the shortened URL. If you’ve ever tried to remember URLs of other services- you know what we mean.


SnipURL.com
SnipURL has the ability to change the URL to something more memorable- a big plus. What we liked about SnipURL was the fact that it provides traffic statistics on the newly created URL. A private key can also be created to limit access to the URL. Finally, there is just something about the “Snipped! 92% of original url,” line that makes the experience very satisfying.

DwarfURL.com
DwarfURL is an elegant yet simple AJAX application. Like SnipURL, it enables traffic statistics for submitted URLs. What really made it shine, however, was the fact that a Mozilla Firefox Add-on can be installed to use their application on the fly. Clearly, this application was optimized for speed and efficiency buffs.

MemURL.com
MemURL is the classic URL shortening service. It doesn’t bring a lot to the table, but it does get the job done. But don’t discredit it just yet- what really sets it apart from other services is its naming convention. MemURL automatically creates human-readable URLs. Sure, they aren’t real words, but they sure are fun to pronounce! Services like this will likely take over when other services that allow users to edit URLs become flooded. This alternative is much better than trying to guess a URL no one else has taken.

TinyURL.com
At long last, we get to Twitter’s dominant URL shortening service. TinyURL has the same kind of shortening service everyone else does, but it packs a punch: it includes a preview URL! How many times have you clicked on a shortened URL, only to find that it led you to a virus, disgusting picture, or web prank? With the preview functionality, that will never happen again!

TraceURL.com
Out of all the URL shortening services available, TraceURL is easily one of the most advanced. It features a highly advanced user interface that makes the process incredibly simple. Sadly, you have to register before you can use the service (which is free). It supports tracking statistics, the ability to choose your URL, and features a simple pop-up interface. If you need options, TraceURL is your shortening service.

URLTea.com
At first glance, URLTea.com is just another URL shortening service. If you’ll look at the above image more carefully, you’ll notice something more is going on behind the scenes. When you submit a URL to URLTea, it will automatically copy the new URL to your clipboard! This makes the copy and paste process a thing of the past, and we aren’t sad to see it go. Just make sure you don’t have anything important in clipboard you’d like to save before using URLTea.

NotLong.com
NotLong is yet another URL shortening service, of which offers statistics, password protection, and the ability to chose your own URL. It’s fast and simple; what more could you ask for in a URL shortening service?

XAddr.com
XAddr is an interesting URL shortening service. They offer the basics, and not much else. What they do throw into the mix, however, is extra security options much like TinyURL does. When the shortened link to a URL is clicked, you are instead brought to a landing page- not the direct URL. XAddr then gives you options to check McAfee SiteAdvisor for more information on the URL. If security is an issue, XAddr is a great alternative to TinyURL.

Azqq.com
Last but not least, we have AZQQ.com. We like this shortening service because it doesn’t do anything extra- just shorten URLs. Sometimes it isn’t about how many features you can pack into a URL shortening service, but how fast the service works. If you just want the bare bones of URL shortening, AZQQ.com is your man.


Please scream loudly in the comments if you want to propose a different/better solution. Is usage/popularity or functionality the best metric for this kind of decision? Should we have "guest" URL shortening services based on unique functionality?

First space hotel to open by 2012‎

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First space hotel
space hotel
A private space tourism company, Galactic Suite Limited, has announced that they will be opening the first space hotel in 2012

The company is offering a three-night stay for 3 million euros ($4.4 million).

The zero-g resort will orbit the Earth at 30,000 mph, completely circling the planet once every 80 minutes, while offering visitors 15 sunrises per day.

Galactic Suite plans to transport its travelers to space via Russian rockets from a spaceport to be built on a Caribbean island.

The trip to the hotel will take one day and a half and guests will undergo an eight-week training course in the Caribbean prior to launch.

Currently, the GS Project is still in design phase. The project consists of the spaceport, the ship, and the orbiting space resort.

The hotel is expected to be constructed of connecting pods around a central hub. Each pod will be able to hold four guests and two astronaut-pilots.

Galactic Suite CEO Xavier Claramunt, says “an anonymous billionaire space enthusiast” has granted $3 billion to finance the project.

Galactic Suites claim that more than 200 people have already inquired about staying at the hotel, with 43 of them actually putting in their reservations.

Top 6 Ways How to Check Your Website Backlinks

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How to Check Websites Backlinks / Check PR / Check Internal Pagerank / PR Checking tools

1. Google Webmaster Console (http://www.google.com/webmasters)- absolute leader for checking backlinks. Webmaster console is probably the most accurate source for backlink checking. The big downside is that you can only check backlinks for your own websites. Also, some people say that its yet another way for Google how to get more information about your site - if you are doing something dodgy, be careful.

2. Yahoo SiteExplorer (http://siteexplorer.search.yahoo.com)- if you don't have access to the webmaster console then Yahoo is your tool. Its not as accurate as GWC but still good enough. You can see up to 1000 backlinks for every domain but results include nofollow links as well. You can also export backlinks to TSV file (like CSV but separated with tabs), but only a current page.

3. Google Allinanchor command - This is not very known trick. Using allinanchor command with your website name you can get quite a lot of backlinks for your site. The advantage is that using that method you can get links which were not reported by google link command or yahoo siteexplorer e.g.

allinanchor:www.yourwebsite.com or allinanchor: yourwebsite

The disadvantage is that if your website name is a generic phrase then you will get lots of results which are not links to your site.


4. SEO Elite, Backlink Analyzer etc. (http://tools.seobook.com/backlink-analyzer) , (http://www.seoelite.com) - These tools can help you with digging up backlinks from search engines in an easier way. You don't have to manually check every page in Google/Yahoo as this tool compiles a report with backlinks along with other useful information like Google Pagerank, Alexa rating etc..

5. Alternative search engines - There are other search engines that can give you information about backlinks:
MSN - uses link operator like G or Y - link:http://www.yourwebsite.com
Exalead - uses link operator like G or Y - link:http://www.yourwebsite.com
These search engines can give you sometime a backlink which is not reported by Yahoo SiteExplorer, but mostly its waste of time.

6. Google alerts (http://www.google.com/alerts) - This is a less known one. You can set Google Alerts on your domain like - http://www.yourwebsite.com and Google will send you a n email when the link is found somewhere on the web. This is a cool way how to check for new links but Google will report also pages where only your website is mentioned but no real link is present. The disadvantage of this method is that Google Alerts are not as accurate as they could be, sometimes emails are not being sent, even Google have indexed a page with the link.


Best Pagerank Checking Tools
http://www.smartpagerank.com/pagerank-backlinks.php
http://check-backlink.com/cgi-bin/bl_checker.pl

Have I missed something? Any suggestions/corrections are welcome.

What Is PageRank Leakage? Is Your Website Leaking PageRank?

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What Is PR Leakage? Is Your Website Leaking PR?

Improving and maintaining PageRank is a top priority for webmasters because it affects how much traffic a website will receive from Google. But what many webmasters do not realize is that their websites are leaking PageRank, causing their overall site-wide PageRank to be lower than it should be.

What Is PageRank Leakage?
PageRank leakage is when outbound links to external websites give away pagerank that could be better distributed among pages within the website. The effect of pagerank leakage is most profound when a website has many links to external sites, and when internal pages are not well linked.

How To Prevent PageRank Leakage
There are two main ways to prevent PageRank leakage:

1. Eliminate many outbound links
Many websites and blogs have footers and sidebars which contain outbound links. The footer, for example, might contain links to the company that developed the website or to the content management system on which it was built. And the sidebar often contains a blogroll.

The problem is that these links are typically displayed on every page of the website, causing PageRank to exit and adding no value to the page.

To fix this problem, you can remove all of these redundant links and place them in all in one single page. This solution is very popular because it enables webmasters to share a limited amount of PageRank, while not dramatically contributing to the website’s overall PageRank leakage.

2. Use Nofollow Links
Another way to limit PageRank leakage is to completely stop links from passing PageRank. This is easily done by adding nofollow to links, as shown in the example below.

Example
This method is very effective, however, many webmasters are reluctant to add nofollow to links because it is often considered selfish to avoid passing PageRank to legitimate websites. And you also don’t want to completely stop linking to websites because there is evidence that Google does take your outbound links into consideration when ranking your website. But you should consider using nofollow when linking to advertisers and sponsors, and in any links that you do leave in your footer or sidebar.

What About PageRank Distribution within Your Website?
You can also use these techniques to control PageRank distribution within your website. If you have some preferred content that you want to rank well, you can prioritize it by linking liberally to it from your other pages. Additionally, if you want to avoid wasting PageRank on a page, you can opt to use nofollow links when linking internally.

In the Google Webmasters/Site owners help, Google calls this crawl prioritization and gives the following example:

Search engine robots can’t sign in or register as a member on your forum, so there’s no reason to invite Googlebot to follow "register here" or "sign in" links. Using nofollow on these links enables Googlebot to crawl other pages you’d prefer to see in Google’s index.

How To Install CommentLuv On Your Blogspot Blog

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How To Enable CommentLuv Pugin On Blogspot Blog

I took the skeleton insructions from here for easier reference and cross navigation for you. You can have better guidelines on what to do to install CommentLuv on your blog by seeing instructions there, and switch here if you want more detailed explanations..


The first thing to remember is, CommentLuv is a Java-based script, and thus you have to allow Javascript to run on your browser. Don't be like me, activating NoScript on my Firefox and was wondering why CommentLuv didn't work. :P My instructions, once again, is a modified version of instructions posted on commentluv.com. This instructions have been tested thoroughly and confirmed working. I recommend you to follow these instructions step by step so there won't be any mistakes happened.

Step 1
Register your site and verify it
This is a simple process. Don't tell me you don't know how to register a new account on a website.... -.- Go here-> http://www.commentluv.com/wp-login.php?action=register to register new account on commentluv.com.

Fill out the necessary fields, and continue. You will be told that a confirmation email has been sent to your mailbox. Check it and click link embedded in it to activate your account.

Next, you have to add commentluv tag to verify your site. Go here: http://www.commentluv.com/settings/ , and fill out your site address. You will have to put html code (below badges display) like provided on this pic, on your blog. Just add a new page element (Javascript) and paste the whole code there.























Once you have inserted the code, click 'verify' to claim your site. The verifying phase now is done.

Step 2
Import your comments and convert your blogger template
Go here: http://js-kit.com/comments/blogger.cgi .



















Again, it's a javascript based website, so disable your NoScript if you have it installed in Firefox/ add an exception for this website.

Fill out the fields on 'Step 1: Importing Your Comments.' Blog URL should be filled with your blog's URL, Ex: eternalblackzero.blogspot.com, Account should be filled with YOUR BLOGSPOT EMAIL ADDRESS that you use regularly to login to your blog. And finally, Password is your blogspot email address password. Click import button and wait, confirmation screen should appear in a minute or so, depending on your connection speed.

Then, please follow instructions posted on 'Step 2' carefully.

If you have followed everything correctly, after you had finished 'Step 2' on js-kit.com, your blog's comment form should've been changed by now. Please refresh your browser if you haven't seen the difference.


Step 3
View the commentluv code
Go back to commentluv.com to get your code now. The code is located here: http://www.commentluv.com/download/blogger-commentluv/ .





















You HAVE to click 'Click for your code' and small text box will appear there. Copy the whole text and switch to your blogspot control panel now.

Step 4
Install to your blogger template

Add one page element (Javascript/HTML) . I suggest you to leave title field blank, so the widget won't clutter your blog's appearance. The script should be stay invisible as it adds functionality/design on your comment form only, not enhance your blog's general look and feel.





















Paste the code there on a 'content' field.

And there you go, you've successfully installed commentluv on your blog. ^^b But there is a thing you need to know. Here it is,

Step 5
Your js-kit settings
Now go to your comment form, and click "powered by jskit" hyperlink. It should take you on this page:

Here you can change many settings for your commentluv widget. I personally didn't change anything (before I removed my widget to experiment it on my other test blog) and was quite satisfied with commentluv.

If you'd like to uninstall commentluv, just upload your original template that was backed up during js-kit installation. Just restore your original template and blogspot will delete the commentluv widget automatically. Easy, huh? ^^

And that's the end of my tutorial. I hope you're able to make a good use of this great widget. If you have anything you'd like to speak, post it on my comment form here.

List Of Cool Blogs Using CommentLuv Plugin

  • Nihars World

  • Shout Me Loud

  • Domain Marvelous

  • Blog Solute

  • Letssermo

  • Blogussion

  • Teenius

  • Serradinho

  • Web Journey

  • i Blog Master

  • AnimHut

  • MyBlog2Day

  • The Marketing Park

  • Technically Personal

  • Quick Online Tips

  • Asnio

  • Dollar Shower

  • Better Blogging For Bloggers

  • Chidimar

  • Blogging Diary

  • The Anand

  • Cats Who Code

  • Guide To Tech

  • Amit Bhawani

  • Tech Zoomin

  • Pallab

  • Jacob Yap

  • Tech 18

  • Tech Genuine

  • Techie Buzz

  • Dat Money

  • Tricks Daddy

  • Shanker Bakshi

  • Dish Tracking

  • Softpoint

  • Techie Blogger

  • Technobuz

  • My Technology Guide

  • PSD Recipes

  • Novice Bloggers


  • If you own a blog or know a blog which has Comment Luv plugin and if you like it to be displayed here, then please mention in the comments with some details and i'll add them into this list!

    How to check Pagerank of Internal Pages of a Website

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    How to check Pagerank for all internal pages of your site
    Check PageRank on Internal Pages with Internalrank : This is a Free Online PR Checker Tool and you don't have to download it.
    With the latest Google PR update some sites were penalized and some got higher PR. I am curious to know what other pages in my blog got PR. There is an easy way to do this, Internalrank will tell you the pagerank of your site’s internal pages

    Huge Top Rated Do Follow Blog List

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    Best Do Follow Blog/Blogspot List

    Dofollow blogs list that I post here will benefit your ranking in Google SERP, that’s for sure! Because of Google ranks a blog or a page based on how many links point to it, especially the more relevant links point to yours, the better. Beside, many people love to drop comments for an informative and interesting posts they read, whether they are dofollow or nofollow blogs. As a blogger, we can value our readers with many ways, one of which is by removing nofollow tag from our theme/template, thus every link of our readers dropped in comment form will be crawled by Google and followed.
    Therefore, I’d like to share a list of very and very huge dofollow blog list I found from PR Guide and here is the dofollow list blogs:

    http://www.technitus.com/
    http://chillimovies.blogspot.com/
    http://chillimusic.blogspot.com/
    http://chillitechnology.blogspot.com/
    http://pic27.blogspot.com/
    http://www.scratch99.com/
    http://blog.vinceliu.com/
    http://www.ericbramlett.com/blog/
    http://www.ulove-tech.com/
    http://www.themadhat.com/
    http://www.jakobdk.com/
    http://www.glamspice.blogspot.com/
    http://www.bollywoed.blogspot.com/
    http://www.feelingflirty.com/
    http://www.howtowakeupearly.com/
    http://menstrualpoetry.com/
    http://www.deardrmoz.com/
    http://www.triathlontraining.us/
    http://www.reviewerofsites.com/
    http://www.vandelaydesign.com/blog/
    http://www.londonerlife.com/
    http://stylemeltdown.com/
    http://www.davidpaulrobinson.com/
    http://www.wibbly.net/
    http://www.neomeme.net/
    http://womanstartyourbusinessnow.com/
    http://sunlightflavour.net/
    http://yourwebsiteprofit.blogspot.com/
    http://poeartica.blogspot.com/
    http://www.joebartender.com/
    http://www.thedailyfuzz.com/
    http://bowerbirdbeads.blogspot.com/
    http://www.ebayhabit.com/
    http://www.thatedeguy.com/
    http://savingmoney.iblogger.org/
    http://antiguawebsolutions.com/myblog/
    http://www.toptut.com/darklight/
    http://distressedderma.com/
    http://www.webd360.com/blog/
    http://www.newsnotion.com/
    http://www.digitalburn.org/
    http://onemansgoal.com/
    http://www.nice4rice.com/
    http://laketrees.blogspot.com/
    http://mariaflorea.blogspot.com/
    http://www.lifeintherough.com/
    http://sandossu.com/
    http://www.melovillareal.com/
    http://lakbaypilipinas.com/blog/
    http://www.zenzoomie.com/
    http://www.erikkarey.com/
    http://jakeldaily.com/
    http://www.johncow.com/
    http://bothmadandgenius.blogspot.com/
    http://www.thehappyrock.com/
    http://netjourney.us/
    http://www.pentrunoi.net/
    http://marketingasolicitor.com/
    http://www.makemoney123.net/
    http://www.mosesedwardmilesiii.com/blog
    http://fruityoaty.com/
    http://www.pilotjohn.com/
    http://www.mrgpt.com/
    http://www.mikesquarter.com/
    http://www.salatti.net/
    http://bloggersjourney.com/
    http://www.amorphism.net/
    http://www.hundreddayheadstart.com/
    http://health.hundreddayheadstart.com/
    http://www.floridasundog.com/
    http://www.thedietdiary.com/blog/
    http://www.thedietdiary.com/diet_blog/
    http://money.bigbucksblogger.com/
    http://www.thebeginning.co.uk/
    http://jadehat.com/
    http://profit-line.blogspot.com/
    http://www.hobo-web.co.uk/seo-blog/
    http://www.digitaluktv.com/
    http://fuery.com/
    http://blog.beyondthepod.com/
    http://www.realitywired.com/
    http://www.brilliantcheers.co.uk/
    http://blog.achille.name/
    http://onthewebed.com/
    http://chrishoyt.com/
    http://julieannebonner.com/
    http://linkitforme.com/blog
    http://www.bhatt.id.au/blog/
    http://blogthatoutside.com/
    http://www.tobsy.de/
    http://www.nowg.net/
    http://www.kellycho.com/
    http://sweetagring.com/
    http://www.layercake.net/
    http://eriksvend.com/
    http://pajamaprofessional.com/
    http://www.hem.com.np/
    http://myopinionsareimportant.com/
    http://www.roadlesstravelled.com.au/
    http://www.thefitshack.com/
    http://www.foximus.com/
    http://www.5xmom.com/
    http://dereksemmler.com/
    http://linguisticszone.blogspot.com/
    http://www.zr5.net/
    http://smartwealthyrich.com/
    http://howtosplitanatom.com/
    http://diydollars.com/
    http://www.hughhollowell.net/blog/
    http://crayonwriter.com/
    http://blograters.com/
    http://tagskitchen.com/
    http://trademacro.com/
    http://www.bracingyourbrand.com/
    http://mumshome.blogspot.com/
    http://www.brianpratt.net/
    http://www.bestrealincome.com/
    http://1000milejourney.com/
    http://www.3daymom.com/
    http://lillieammann.com/blog/
    http://advertising-for-success.blogspot.com/
    http://andtothink.com/
    http://andybeard.eu/
    http://www.angschickencoop.com/
    http://mouseski.blogspot.com/
    http://armymomnj.name/
    http://www.artkauffman.com/
    http://thearticlewriter.com/blog/
    http://askjason.blogspot.com/
    http://askjasonbusiness.blogspot.com/
    http://www.axplay.com/
    http://www.benspark.com/
    http://benspark.blogspot.com/
    http://www.biggerpockets.com/renewsblog/
    http://www.bizmarktech.com/
    http://blogaboutmoneyonline.blogspot.com/
    http://www.bloggingforbills.com/
    http://www.bloggingtips.com/
    http://www.bloggingwv.com/
    http://blogocola.com/
    http://blogozine.blogspot.com/
    http://bpmonaco.com/
    http://www.bodyfitnessinfo.com/blog
    http://www.bodymindandsolar.com/
    http://bostonbrat.net/
    http://brownsista.com/
    http://www.buylivebetter.com/
    http://www.buymeblog.com/
    http://buzzqueen.blogspot.com/
    http://hterry.com/
    http://writetoright.com/
    http://www.campingcoop.org/
    http://www.candidquips.com/
    http://thedivinedivas.blogspot.com/
    http://www.thenykazafamily.blogspot.com/
    http://www.clappingtrees.com/
    http://www.jhsiess.com/
    http://comedyplus.blogspot.com/
    http://www.communityspark.com/
    http://engineering.curiouscatblog.net/
    http://dillydesigns.com/
    http://tiffany-happyhousewife.blogspot.com/
    http://cooladzine.blogspot.com/
    http://craftblog.stitchingthenightaway.com/
    http://crafts4dummies.blogspot.com/
    http://www.davidairey.com/
    http://www.dontfearthetruth.com/
    http://www.dorisgoshopping.com/
    http://www.venusmaria.blogspot.com/
    http://www.ecommtips.com/
    http://www.emomsathome.com/blog/
    http://emoneymarketing.com/
    http://endangeredspaces.blogspot.com/
    http://www.fibromyalgiaexperiment.com/
    http://titaniastarlight.blogspot.com/
    http://www.fitforfreedom.com/
    http://flat-water.blogspot.com/
    http://foolswisdom.com/
    http://www.footprintsonthemoon.com/
    http://www.fuzzyfuture.com/
    http://www.jonlee.ca/
    http://www.jonespc.com/
    http://feverishthoughts.com/do-follow-bloggers/
    http://www.juliesjournal.com/
    http://www.justnotmartha.com/
    http://kansha-shite.blogspot.com/
    http://lastblogger.com/
    http://leaveamerica.info/
    http://www.fastlanetransport.ca/blog/
    http://www.lifeisrisky.com/
    http://lifelearningtoday.com/
    http://www.ladylike4.com/
    http://www.dorischua.blogspot.com/
    http://www.krissy.nu/
    http://lifecruiser.com/
    http://www.littleamerica.us/blog/
    http://dorischua.com/
    http://magicalrosegarden.blogspot.com/
    http://marketingblagger.com/
    http://master-cleanse.info/
    http://www.midlifemusings.com/
    http://www.momisnutz.blogspot.com/
    http://momreviews.net./
    http://www.motheringmany.com/
    http://www.mycreditgroup.com/membersblog/
    http://www.mydandelionpatch.com/
    http://www.msaufong.com/myhomerecipe/
    http://www.tiffanysmuddledmind.com/
    http://yesmyopinioncounts.blogspot.com/
    http://mythoughtsideasandramblings.com/
    http://nanashi-inc.net/weblog/
    http://www.newcenturypolitics.com/
    http://www.noaveragemom.com/
    http://feverishthoughts.com/oddplanet/
    http://recoveringlutherans.blogspot.com/
    http://www.openroadbiker.net/
    http://www.patricksays.net/
    http://paulamooney.blogspot.com/
    http://pbriscoe.com/
    http://www.peggysazlife.blogspot.com/
    http://www.pencilthin.com/
    http://pimpmypagerank.com/
    http://www.pinkpoisonstore.com/
    http://www.chatbugkaren.com/
    http://afrogtokiss.net/
    http://randaclay.com/
    http://veganmomma.com/blog/
    http://thereasoner.com/
    http://www.rottenbananas.com/
    http://www.thesassysoutherner.com/
    http://www.scribbleonthewall.com/
    http://news.nanashi-inc.net/
    http://greattravelandculture.blogspot.com/
    http://selfhypnosisprogram.com/
    http://shoppingflavor.womenmumbles.com/
    http://www.showmehealthbiz.com/
    http://www.showmemoneybiz.com/
    http://www.simplekindoflife.com/
    http://www.seo-ths.com/
    http://skeetsstuff.skeeterbess.com/
    http://www.solo-technology.com/blog/
    http://sophistishe.org/
    http://sqkiki.msaufong.com/
    http://super-blogging.blogspot.com/
    http://soleflor-en.blogspot.com/
    http://table4five.net./
    http://travel.twodogzoo.com/
    http://teascoop.com/
    http://blog.techiezone.in/
    http://www.aaronroselo.net/blog/
    http://usaer.blogspot.com/
    http://thermalblog.co.uk/
    http://timeforblogging.com/
    http://www.feverishthoughts.com/
    http://www.twodogzoo.com/
    http://www.utterlygeek.com/
    http://wandersworld.fourleafhosting.com/
    http://thewebfiles.com/
    http://feverishthoughts.com/webdesign/
    http://www.whateverifeellike.com/
    http://www.wildncrazyride.blogspot.com/
    http://chatbugkaren.com/windingthreads/
    http://www.wiredkayaker.com/
    http://womenmumbles.com/
    http://workathomemomrevolution.blogspot.com/


    Fuiih! That’s the complete list of dofollow, at last they all are entirely listed. This will benefit any blogger who wish to increase their blog rank in Google, especially those who participate in Busby SEO Test like me. But one thing to remember don’t spam to the above blogs, give valuable comments

    Huge Top Rated Do Follow Blog List

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    Best Do Follow Blog/Blogspot List

    Dofollow blogs list that I post here will benefit your ranking in Google SERP, that’s for sure! Because of Google ranks a blog or a page based on how many links point to it, especially the more relevant links point to yours, the better. Beside, many people love to drop comments for an informative and interesting posts they read, whether they are dofollow or nofollow blogs. As a blogger, we can value our readers with many ways, one of which is by removing nofollow tag from our theme/template, thus every link of our readers dropped in comment form will be crawled by Google and followed.
    Therefore, I’d like to share a list of very and very huge dofollow blog list I found from PR Guide and here is the dofollow list blogs:

    http://www.technitus.com/
    http://chillimovies.blogspot.com/
    http://chillimusic.blogspot.com/
    http://chillitechnology.blogspot.com/
    http://pic27.blogspot.com/
    http://www.scratch99.com/
    http://blog.vinceliu.com/
    http://www.ericbramlett.com/blog/
    http://www.ulove-tech.com/
    http://www.themadhat.com/
    http://www.jakobdk.com/
    http://www.glamspice.blogspot.com/
    http://www.bollywoed.blogspot.com/
    http://www.feelingflirty.com/
    http://www.howtowakeupearly.com/
    http://menstrualpoetry.com/
    http://www.deardrmoz.com/
    http://www.triathlontraining.us/
    http://www.reviewerofsites.com/
    http://www.vandelaydesign.com/blog/
    http://www.londonerlife.com/
    http://stylemeltdown.com/
    http://www.davidpaulrobinson.com/
    http://www.wibbly.net/
    http://www.neomeme.net/
    http://womanstartyourbusinessnow.com/
    http://sunlightflavour.net/
    http://yourwebsiteprofit.blogspot.com/
    http://poeartica.blogspot.com/
    http://www.joebartender.com/
    http://www.thedailyfuzz.com/
    http://bowerbirdbeads.blogspot.com/
    http://www.ebayhabit.com/
    http://www.thatedeguy.com/
    http://savingmoney.iblogger.org/
    http://antiguawebsolutions.com/myblog/
    http://www.toptut.com/darklight/
    http://distressedderma.com/
    http://www.webd360.com/blog/
    http://www.newsnotion.com/
    http://www.digitalburn.org/
    http://onemansgoal.com/
    http://www.nice4rice.com/
    http://laketrees.blogspot.com/
    http://mariaflorea.blogspot.com/
    http://www.lifeintherough.com/
    http://sandossu.com/
    http://www.melovillareal.com/
    http://lakbaypilipinas.com/blog/
    http://www.zenzoomie.com/
    http://www.erikkarey.com/
    http://jakeldaily.com/
    http://www.johncow.com/
    http://bothmadandgenius.blogspot.com/
    http://www.thehappyrock.com/
    http://netjourney.us/
    http://www.pentrunoi.net/
    http://marketingasolicitor.com/
    http://www.makemoney123.net/
    http://www.mosesedwardmilesiii.com/blog
    http://fruityoaty.com/
    http://www.pilotjohn.com/
    http://www.mrgpt.com/
    http://www.mikesquarter.com/
    http://www.salatti.net/
    http://bloggersjourney.com/
    http://www.amorphism.net/
    http://www.hundreddayheadstart.com/
    http://health.hundreddayheadstart.com/
    http://www.floridasundog.com/
    http://www.thedietdiary.com/blog/
    http://www.thedietdiary.com/diet_blog/
    http://money.bigbucksblogger.com/
    http://www.thebeginning.co.uk/
    http://jadehat.com/
    http://profit-line.blogspot.com/
    http://www.hobo-web.co.uk/seo-blog/
    http://www.digitaluktv.com/
    http://fuery.com/
    http://blog.beyondthepod.com/
    http://www.realitywired.com/
    http://www.brilliantcheers.co.uk/
    http://blog.achille.name/
    http://onthewebed.com/
    http://chrishoyt.com/
    http://julieannebonner.com/
    http://linkitforme.com/blog
    http://www.bhatt.id.au/blog/
    http://blogthatoutside.com/
    http://www.tobsy.de/
    http://www.nowg.net/
    http://www.kellycho.com/
    http://sweetagring.com/
    http://www.layercake.net/
    http://eriksvend.com/
    http://pajamaprofessional.com/
    http://www.hem.com.np/
    http://myopinionsareimportant.com/
    http://www.roadlesstravelled.com.au/
    http://www.thefitshack.com/
    http://www.foximus.com/
    http://www.5xmom.com/
    http://dereksemmler.com/
    http://linguisticszone.blogspot.com/
    http://www.zr5.net/
    http://smartwealthyrich.com/
    http://howtosplitanatom.com/
    http://diydollars.com/
    http://www.hughhollowell.net/blog/
    http://crayonwriter.com/
    http://blograters.com/
    http://tagskitchen.com/
    http://trademacro.com/
    http://www.bracingyourbrand.com/
    http://mumshome.blogspot.com/
    http://www.brianpratt.net/
    http://www.bestrealincome.com/
    http://1000milejourney.com/
    http://www.3daymom.com/
    http://lillieammann.com/blog/
    http://advertising-for-success.blogspot.com/
    http://andtothink.com/
    http://andybeard.eu/
    http://www.angschickencoop.com/
    http://mouseski.blogspot.com/
    http://armymomnj.name/
    http://www.artkauffman.com/
    http://thearticlewriter.com/blog/
    http://askjason.blogspot.com/
    http://askjasonbusiness.blogspot.com/
    http://www.axplay.com/
    http://www.benspark.com/
    http://benspark.blogspot.com/
    http://www.biggerpockets.com/renewsblog/
    http://www.bizmarktech.com/
    http://blogaboutmoneyonline.blogspot.com/
    http://www.bloggingforbills.com/
    http://www.bloggingtips.com/
    http://www.bloggingwv.com/
    http://blogocola.com/
    http://blogozine.blogspot.com/
    http://bpmonaco.com/
    http://www.bodyfitnessinfo.com/blog
    http://www.bodymindandsolar.com/
    http://bostonbrat.net/
    http://brownsista.com/
    http://www.buylivebetter.com/
    http://www.buymeblog.com/
    http://buzzqueen.blogspot.com/
    http://hterry.com/
    http://writetoright.com/
    http://www.campingcoop.org/
    http://www.candidquips.com/
    http://thedivinedivas.blogspot.com/
    http://www.thenykazafamily.blogspot.com/
    http://www.clappingtrees.com/
    http://www.jhsiess.com/
    http://comedyplus.blogspot.com/
    http://www.communityspark.com/
    http://engineering.curiouscatblog.net/
    http://dillydesigns.com/
    http://tiffany-happyhousewife.blogspot.com/
    http://cooladzine.blogspot.com/
    http://craftblog.stitchingthenightaway.com/
    http://crafts4dummies.blogspot.com/
    http://www.davidairey.com/
    http://www.dontfearthetruth.com/
    http://www.dorisgoshopping.com/
    http://www.venusmaria.blogspot.com/
    http://www.ecommtips.com/
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    http://emoneymarketing.com/
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    http://foolswisdom.com/
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    http://www.fuzzyfuture.com/
    http://www.jonlee.ca/
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    http://feverishthoughts.com/do-follow-bloggers/
    http://www.juliesjournal.com/
    http://www.justnotmartha.com/
    http://kansha-shite.blogspot.com/
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    http://www.fastlanetransport.ca/blog/
    http://www.lifeisrisky.com/
    http://lifelearningtoday.com/
    http://www.ladylike4.com/
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    http://www.littleamerica.us/blog/
    http://dorischua.com/
    http://magicalrosegarden.blogspot.com/
    http://marketingblagger.com/
    http://master-cleanse.info/
    http://www.midlifemusings.com/
    http://www.momisnutz.blogspot.com/
    http://momreviews.net./
    http://www.motheringmany.com/
    http://www.mycreditgroup.com/membersblog/
    http://www.mydandelionpatch.com/
    http://www.msaufong.com/myhomerecipe/
    http://www.tiffanysmuddledmind.com/
    http://yesmyopinioncounts.blogspot.com/
    http://mythoughtsideasandramblings.com/
    http://nanashi-inc.net/weblog/
    http://www.newcenturypolitics.com/
    http://www.noaveragemom.com/
    http://feverishthoughts.com/oddplanet/
    http://recoveringlutherans.blogspot.com/
    http://www.openroadbiker.net/
    http://www.patricksays.net/
    http://paulamooney.blogspot.com/
    http://pbriscoe.com/
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    http://www.pencilthin.com/
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    http://www.pinkpoisonstore.com/
    http://www.chatbugkaren.com/
    http://afrogtokiss.net/
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    http://veganmomma.com/blog/
    http://thereasoner.com/
    http://www.rottenbananas.com/
    http://www.thesassysoutherner.com/
    http://www.scribbleonthewall.com/
    http://news.nanashi-inc.net/
    http://greattravelandculture.blogspot.com/
    http://selfhypnosisprogram.com/
    http://shoppingflavor.womenmumbles.com/
    http://www.showmehealthbiz.com/
    http://www.showmemoneybiz.com/
    http://www.simplekindoflife.com/
    http://www.seo-ths.com/
    http://skeetsstuff.skeeterbess.com/
    http://www.solo-technology.com/blog/
    http://sophistishe.org/
    http://sqkiki.msaufong.com/
    http://super-blogging.blogspot.com/
    http://soleflor-en.blogspot.com/
    http://table4five.net./
    http://travel.twodogzoo.com/
    http://teascoop.com/
    http://blog.techiezone.in/
    http://www.aaronroselo.net/blog/
    http://usaer.blogspot.com/
    http://thermalblog.co.uk/
    http://timeforblogging.com/
    http://www.feverishthoughts.com/
    http://www.twodogzoo.com/
    http://www.utterlygeek.com/
    http://wandersworld.fourleafhosting.com/
    http://thewebfiles.com/
    http://feverishthoughts.com/webdesign/
    http://www.whateverifeellike.com/
    http://www.wildncrazyride.blogspot.com/
    http://chatbugkaren.com/windingthreads/
    http://www.wiredkayaker.com/
    http://womenmumbles.com/
    http://workathomemomrevolution.blogspot.com/


    Fuiih! That’s the complete list of dofollow, at last they all are entirely listed. This will benefit any blogger who wish to increase their blog rank in Google, especially those who participate in Busby SEO Test like me. But one thing to remember don’t spam to the above blogs, give valuable comments

    Find High Paying Keywords for Adsense

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    Highest Paying Google AdSense Keywords
    Here is a list of free best top paying keywords for google adsense. Rates given here is the average for top three postion. The high paying keywords provided here is just for keyword research and analysis purpose. We are not affiliated with google or google adsense in anyway.

    Please note that the rates given are what publishers pay google for top spots on google search results page. Rates for partner sites will be much lesser. Also google takes a good cut before passing it to the publisher. However the rates are true indicators for the earning potential for any niche.

    I hope the information will be useful for webmasters doing keyword research for adsense and adwords. I have tried to include all possible high paying niches. This data can be used to create a MFA spam site :) or as basic info for something useful! Enjoy the list of highest paying keywords!

    TOP PAYING KEYWORDS
    austin dwi $66.89
    austin dwi attorney $58.30
    san diego dui attorney $54.56
    houston criminal attorney $47.44
    san diego dui $42.83
    dwi texas $40.89
    dui attorneys $40.19
    dwi attorney $39.90
    dui attorney $39.11
    dui attorney $39.11
    dui attorney $39.11
    dui lawyer $38.49
    lawyer dui $38.49
    dui lawyers $37.57
    federal criminal attorney $35.80
    car accident lawyer $35.67
    dwi attorneys $35.32
    criminal lawyers $34.19
    new york criminal attorney $33.95
    auto accident attorney $33.19
    auto accident lawyer $33.13
    dwi lawyer $32.31
    dwi lawyer $32.31
    texas dwi law $31.02
    car accident attorney $30.16
    car accident attorney $30.16
    california tax attorney $29.56
    dwi in minnesota $29.37
    motorcycle accident attorney $28.93
    washington dui $28.38
    lemon law attorney $28.25
    lemon law $27.95
    help attorney $27.92
    injury lawyers $27.88
    dallas dwi $27.68
    wrongful death attorney $27.25
    mesothelioma attorney $27.20
    personal injury lawyer $26.72
    san diego personal injury attorney $26.58
    accident lawyer $26.55
    personal injury attorney $26.32
    personal injury attorney $26.32
    tax attorney $25.83
    tax attorney $25.83
    alaska lawyer $25.77
    minnesota dwi laws $25.75
    federal lawyer $25.72
    dallas personal injury attorney $25.58
    lawyer injury $25.16
    death lawyer $25.11


    HIGHEST PAYING KEYWORDS -FINANCIAL NICHE

    auto insurance quote $57.18
    college loan consolidation $53.52
    car insurance quote $46.89
    federal loan consolidation $46.62
    online car insurance $41.92
    term life insurance quote $40.43
    cheap car insurance $39.79
    student loan consolidation $39.45
    auto insurance quotes $39.24
    online insurance quotes $37.63
    student loan information $37.32
    equity loan rates $36.53
    nj auto insurance $36.31
    student loan consolidation center $35.89
    debt consildation $35.83
    chase credit cards $35.02
    student loan refinancing $34.89
    discount car insurance $34.34
    life insurance quote $34.26
    homeowners insurance quotes $33.61
    mortgage loans $33.17
    mortgage loans $33.17
    mortgage refinancing $33.08
    equity line of credit $33.05
    college loans $32.91
    best mortgage rates $32.65
    student loans $32.54
    loan refinancing $32.44
    us mortgage rates $32.38
    instant insurance quote $32.37
    term life insurance quotes $32.11
    consolidation loan $32.03
    loan refinance $31.95
    car insurances $31.92
    safe auto insurance $31.82
    insurance auto florida $31.38
    auto insurance $31.38
    equity line of credit $30.71
    gmac mortgages $30.46
    mortgages for self employed $30.45
    car insurance california $30.17
    in car insurance $29.84
    best mortgage $29.53
    refinancing mortgages $29.43
    line of credit $29.27
    prequalify loan $28.98
    loans com $28.75
    business credit report $28.40
    whole life insurance quotes $28.17
    new york auto insurance $27.72
    online mortgages $27.71
    student loan $27.61
    cheap house insurance $27.45
    low cost life insurance $27.25
    school loan consolidation $26.99
    citi credit $26.80
    manhattan mortgages $26.70
    school loans $26.61
    term insurance $26.58
    second mortgage $26.56
    credit report com $26.48
    auto ins $26.21
    consolidation $25.90
    line of credit $25.57
    landlords insurance $25.46
    low mortgage $25.45
    commercial vehicle insurance $25.37
    credit consolidation $25.32
    bad credit mortgages $25.22
    bad credit mortgages $25.22
    discount life insurance $25.22



    TOP PAYING HOSTING AND DOMAIN NAMES KEYWORDS

    register a domain name $34.51
    domain registrations $31.39
    servers dedicated $29.47
    how to register a domain name $26.84
    domaine names $26.00
    register domain names $25.83
    search domain name $24.75
    domain register $24.25
    domain registration $23.97
    internet domain registration $23.58
    yahoo webhosting $22.05
    domain registering $21.78
    counter strike dedicated servers $21.65
    buy domain name $21.23
    registering domain names $20.71
    domain check $20.21
    buy a domain name $20.12
    domain search $19.83
    dedicated server $19.73
    managed dedicated servers $19.56
    domain name registrations $19.55
    eu domain registration $19.52
    domain searches $19.28
    domain names $19.06
    domain name registration $19.01
    dedicated linux hosting $18.35
    available domain name $18.31
    linux dedicated hosting $18.20
    dedicated web hosting $18.04
    hosting domain registration $17.87
    dedicated windows server hosting $17.74
    dedicated web hosting $17.63
    hosting dedicated $17.58
    dedicated hosting $17.30
    managed dedicated hosting $17.30
    domain name availability $16.99
    ca domain name $16.64
    web domain $16.58
    dedicated web server $16.56
    domain names canada $16.53
    dedicated server hosting $16.14
    dedicated hosting server $16.03
    cheap domain names $16.00
    register domains $15.92
    dedicated windows hosting $15.90
    mohaa dedicated server $15.87
    inexpensive domain $15.70
    domain name $15.69
    dedicated server web hosting $15.44
    Domain $15.38
    domain name registration search $15.37
    uk dedicated hosting server $15.36
    unix dedicated server $15.17
    cheap domain register $15.03
    dedicated sql server $15.03




    BEST PAYING KEYWORDS MEDICAL RELATED

    medifast weight loss $48.18
    mesothelioma lawyers $44.45
    medifast diet $36.28
    mesothelioma attorneys $32.29
    mesothelioma lawyers $32.26
    accutane class action $30.12
    viagra for women $27.71
    michigan plastic surgery $24.68
    medifast $24.44
    mesothelioma lawyer $24.28
    mesothelioma $24.03
    female viagra $23.33
    cosmetic surgery michigan $22.88
    plastic surgery la jolla $22.87
    plastic surgery la jolla $22.87
    accutane lawsuit $22.42
    mesothelioma attorney $22.39
    mesothelioma treatments $21.84
    plastic surgery cincinnati $21.12
    pro active acne treatment $21.06
    accutane lawsuits $20.80
    plastic surgery staten island $20.25
    beverly hills plastic surgery $20.14
    beverly hills plastic surgery $20.14
    plastic surgery staten island $20.05
    cosmetic surgery los angeles $19.79
    medifast inc $19.69
    laser eye surgery seattle $19.37
    mesothelioma texas $19.33
    cancer research uk $18.19
    eye surgery los angeles $18.11
    malignant mesothelioma $17.95
    acne complex $17.90
    peritoneal mesothelioma $17.71
    pro active acne $16.96




    BEST PAYING REAL ESTATE KEYWORDS

    eugene realestate $27.69
    realator school $15.60
    find a realator $11.91



    HIGHEST PAYING SOFTWARE KEYWORDS

    software escrow $31.24
    billing software $19.35
    human resources software $17.78
    spy sweeper $17.21
    accounting software $15.90
    spyware detection $15.46
    small business software $14.87
    inventory management software $14.38
    pestpatrol $14.24
    optimization software $14.19
    webroot spy sweeper $13.83
    payroll software $13.73
    spam software $13.49
    webroot spy $13.43
    spy sweeper download $13.38
    software mirroring $13.12
    fundraising software $12.81
    software configuration management $12.53
    great plains software $12.20
    software distribution $12.14
    web survey software $11.97
    backup software $11.75
    risk management software $11.63
    antispam software $11.53
    software management $11.32
    video conferencing software $11.19
    market research software $11.04
    business software $10.50
    spyware removal $10.49
    spyware remover $10.09
    spyware blocker $10.09



    HIGH PAYING KEYWORDS - TELECOM NICHE

    sprint cell phone accessories $25.44
    sprint cell phone $19.99
    nextel cell phone $18.86
    sprint phone $12.81
    matrix cell phone $12.25
    cell phone sync $11.12
    at&t cell phone service $11.01
    international cell phone rental $10.49
    rental cell phone $10.12
    sprint cell phone service $10.07
    singular wireless $21.81
    cingular wireless $17.26
    wireless crm $15.13
    cordless vacuum $13.80
    wireless credit card $13.62
    wireless credit card machine $13.49
    wireless credit card processing $12.63
    att wireless service $12.39
    wireless pos $12.20
    cingular wireless plans $11.27
    att wireless $11.17
    aircard $10.92
    verizon wireless com $10.18



    TOP KEYWORDS - AUTOMOBILE RELATED

    auto insurance quote $57.18
    auto quote $45.01
    auto insurance quotes $39.24
    nj auto insurance $36.31
    auto quotes $33.13
    auto insurance ontario $33.07
    safe auto insurance $31.82
    insurance auto florida $31.38
    auto insurance $31.38
    auto accident attorney $29.51
    michigan auto accident $29.04
    san antonio auto $27.92
    new york auto insurance $27.72
    austin auto $25.47
    auto insurance ca $23.03
    mercury insurance auto $21.03
    auto nation $20.77
    auto refinance $20.56
    auto refinance loans $20.16
    las vegas auto $18.23
    philadelphia auto $17.75
    auto insurance canada $17.74
    auto owners insurance $17.59
    denver auto $16.98
    auto accident $15.15
    auto comparison $15.04
    auto loan rate $14.44
    auto $13.40
    auto glass $12.19
    auto loan $11.68
    auto loans online $11.50
    auto loans $11.46
    auto rental $11.29
    new jersey auto $11.23
    auto warranty $10.93



    BEST KEYWORDS - GAMBLING AND CASINO

    wynn casino $21.29
    suncoast casino $16.58
    online casinos $14.63
    online gambling $14.41
    online casino $12.80
    wynn casino las vegas $12.61
    tropicana casino $11.75
    casino on line $10.87
    tropicana hotel and casino $10.84
    alienware $16.45
    offshore gambling $15.09
    gambling license $14.99
    online gambling $14.41
    gambling on line $10.68
    wynn casino $21.29
    hold everything $20.56
    online casino $12.80
    tropicana casino $12.27
    monte carlo resort and casino $10.51
    monte casino $10.25


    HIGHEST PAYING KEYWORDS -ELECTRONICS NICHE

    laptop data recovery $23.60
    vaio notebook $22.88
    laptop pcs $18.85
    computer notebooks $18.49
    sony cyber shot dsc w7 digital camera $17.61
    laptop computers $16.18
    notebooks $13.79
    rugged laptop $13.55
    pc laptops $13.43
    laptops $13.34
    vaio laptop battery $12.56
    toshiba laptop computers $12.07
    macintosh laptop $12.00
    laptop notebook $11.51
    notebook pc $11.48
    laptop mounts $11.32
    notebook computers $11.31
    vehicle laptop $10.32
    dsc p10 digital camera $10.05



    HIGH PAYING DATING KEYWORDS

    singles in las vegas $20.95
    las vegas singles $19.21
    albuquerque singles $12.32
    pensacola singles $12.19
    african american singles $11.79
    american christian singles $10.60

    List of High PR Social Bookmarking Websites

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    Social Bookmarking Site List
    Below is a list of social bookmarking sites. There are literally thousands of bookmarking sites on the internet as of 2008 and new ones being created every day. This is not necessarily a 'Top 50' list of social bookmarking sites but by visiting a few of these you can get a better idea of how social bookmarking works. A typical social bookmarking service or SEO may add your site to any or all of the bookmarking sites on this list.
    A World Of Help

    BeanRocket

    Blinklist

    Bloghop

    Blogmarks.net

    BlogPulse

    Citeulike

    Commontimes.org

    Connectedy

    Connotea

    de.lirio.us

    Digg

    Wiklink

    Feedmarker

    Flickr

    Friendsite

    Furl

    Civealink.org


    Jumptags

    KBCafe

    LibraryThing

    LinkFilter

    Linkroll

    Linuxquestions.org

    Live (Microsoft)

    Loookmarks

    MyProgs.net


    NetworkMenus

    Online Social Bookmarking

    Oyax

    RawSugar

    Reader2

    Reddit

    Simpy

    SourceForge


    Spurl

    StumbleUpon

    Sync2it

    Tagza

    Technorati

    TheThingsIWant.com

    Unalog

    Urlex

    Wazima

    Web Feeds

    Wists

    Wurldbook

    Yahoo! MyWeb2

    Yoono


    List of PR9, PR8 and PR7 Websites

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    Being webmaster I created a list of useful websites for the purpose of SEO. Check out these PR9, PR8 and PR7 Websites..


    List of PR9 sites
    1.adobe.com
    2.altavista.com
    3.amazon.com
    4.apache.org
    5.apple.com
    6.berkeley.edu
    7.bloglines.com
    8.cbsnews.com
    9.cdc.gov
    10.cisco.com
    11.cnet.com
    12.cnrs.fr
    13.com.com
    14.cornell.edu
    15.creativecommons.org
    16.dhs.gov
    17.elsevier.com
    18.energy.gov
    19.epa.gov
    20.ercim.org
    21.ethz.ch
    22.ets.org
    23.fao.org
    24.firefox.com
    25.flash.com
    26.flickr.com
    27.gamespot.com
    28.grants.gov
    29.harvard.edu
    30.house.gov
    31.hp.com
    32.ieee.org
    33.iht.com
    34.indiana.edu
    35.inria.fr
    36.internet2.edu
    37.jalbum.net
    38.keio.ac.jp
    39.loc.gov
    40.macromedia.com
    41.microsoft.com
    42.mozilla.com
    43.mozilla.org
    44.mysql.com
    45.nasa.gov
    46.nature.com
    47.netscape.com
    48.newsgator.com
    49.nih.gov
    50.noaa.gov
    51.npr.org
    52.nsf.gov
    53.nytimes.com
    54.opera.com
    55.php.net
    56.plone.org
    57.real.com
    58.regulations.gov
    59.section508.gov
    60.senate.gov
    61.siteground.com
    62.slashdot.com
    63.slashdot.org
    64.sourceforge.net
    65.sun.com
    66.times.com
    67.un.org
    68.unesco.org
    69.upenn.edu
    70.usdoj.gov
    71.va.gov
    72.webstandards.org
    73.whitehouse.gov
    74.who.int
    75.wired.com
    76.wordpress.com
    77.wordpress.org
    78.yahoo.com
    79.yahoomail.com
    List of PR 8 sites
    1.aaas.org
    2.acm.org
    3.aol.com
    4.aps.org
    5.archive.org
    6.arizona.edu
    7.arxiv.org
    8.asu.edu
    9.barnesandnoble.com
    10.blogger.com
    11.brown.edu
    12.bu.edu
    13.cbc.ca
    14.cern.ch
    15.cmu.edu
    16.colorado.edu
    17.columbia.edu
    18.computer.org
    19.debian.org
    20.dmoz.org
    21.doi.gov
    22.duke.edu
    23.eb.com
    24.ebay.com
    25.economist.com
    26.energystar.gov
    27.excite.com
    28.freshmeat.net
    29.fws.gov
    30.gnu.org
    31.go.com
    32.google.fr
    33.hotbot.com
    34.ibm.com
    35.ietf.org
    36.iie.org
    37.imdb.com
    38.intel.com
    39.iom.edu
    40.itu.int
    41.java.com
    42.jhu.edu
    43.lycos.com
    44.mapquest.com
    45.metacrawler.com
    46.msn.com
    47.msnbc.com
    48.msu.edu
    49.nap.edu
    50.nas.edu
    51.nationalacademies.org
    52.nist.gov
    53.nokia.com
    54.nrel.gov
    55.oanda.com
    56.opensource.org
    57.oracle.com
    58.ornl.gov
    59.pbs.org
    60.perl.com
    61.pitt.edu
    62.princeton.edu
    63.psu.edu
    64.python.org
    65.realnetworks.com
    66.realplayer.com
    67.redhat.com
    68.rutgers.edu
    69.si.edu
    70.stanford.edu
    71.statcounter.com
    72.state.gov
    73.truste.org
    74.uci.edu
    75.uiuc.edu
    76.umd.edu
    77.umich.edu
    78.umn.edu
    79.unc.edu
    80.usc.edu
    81.usda.gov
    82.utexas.edu
    83.utoronto.ca
    84.verisign.com
    85.virginia.edu
    86.vlib.org
    87.washington.edu
    88.windowsmediaplayer.com
    89.winzip.com
    90.wisc.edu

    A few more..
    www.dmoz.org 9
    www.lii.org/ 8
    www.hotfrog.com 7
    www.somuch.com 6
    www.skoobe.biz/ 6
    www.netinsert.com 6
    www.jayde.com 6
    www.info-listings.com 6
    www.gimpsy.com 6
    www.geniusfind.com/ 6
    www.ezilon.com 6
    www.exactseek.com 6
    www.clickey.com 6
    www.canlinks.net 6
    www.buzzle.com 6
    www.businessseek.biz 6
    www.abilogic.com 6
    www.123kidzarea.com 6
    www.bdcconcepts.com/directory/ 6
    www.epooch.com 6
    www.search4i.com 6
    www.busybits.com/ 6
    www.zensearch.com/ 6
    www.dramba.com 6


    Social Bookmarking Site List PR0 to PR9

    1.http://slashdot.org (PR9)
    2.http://digg.com (PR8)
    3.http://technorati.com (PR8) (Only Blogs)
    4.http://www.furl.net (PR7)
    5.http://www.backflip.com (PR7)
    6.http://www.hugg.com (PR7)
    7.http://www.mixx.com (PR7)
    8.http://ma.gnolia.com (PR7)
    9.http://www.connotea.org (PR7)
    10.http://mystuff.ask.com (PR7)
    11.http://www.reddit.com (PR7)
    12.http://www.dzone.com (PR7)
    13.http://www.folkd.com (PR7)
    14.http://multiply.com (PR7)
    15.http://www.searchles.com (PR6)
    16.http://de.lirio.us (PR6)
    17.http://www.dotnetkicks.com (PR6)
    18.http://www.bloghop.com (PR6)
    19.http://www.plime.com (PR6)
    20.http://www.bibsonomy.org (PR6)
    21.http://www.clipclip.org (PR6)
    22.http://linkagogo.com (PR6)
    23.http://www.spurl.net (PR6)
    24.http://www.zlitt.com (PR6)
    25.http://www.indianpad.com (PR6)
    26.http://www.tumblr.com (PR6)
    27.http://www.myvmarks.com (PR5)
    28.http://www.listible.com (PR5)
    29.http://www.bringr.com (PR5)
    30.http://faves.com (PR5)
    31.http://www.linkinn.com (PR5)
    32.http://spotback.com (PR5)
    33.http://www.mylinkvault.com (PR5)
    34.http://my.xilinus.com (PR5)
    35.http://linkatopia.com (PR5)
    36.http://www.bumpzee.com (PR5)
    37.http://www.bookmarktracker.com (PR5)
    38.http://www.healthranker.com (PR5) (Only for health retated websites)
    39.http://www.a1-webmarks.com (PR4)
    40.http://www.wirefan.com (PR4)
    41.http://www.bmaccess.net (PR4)
    42.http://blogmarks.net (PR4)
    43.http://www.diigo.com (PR4)
    44.http://www.oyax.com (PR4)
    45.http://socialogs.com (PR4)
    46.http://www.contentpop.com (PR3)
    47.http://www.pixelmo.com (PR3)
    48.http://www.memfrag.com (PR3)
    49.http://getigadget.com (PR3)
    50.http://www.jumptags.com (PR3)
    51.http://www.plugim.com (PR3)
    52.http://www.syncone.net (PR3)
    53.http://postonfire.com (PR3)
    54.http://www.business-planet.net (PR3)
    55.http://www.hatedorloved.com (PR3)
    56.http://www.bookmarks.com (PR3)
    57.http://www.apiss.org/ (PR3)
    58.http://www.democracyformd.com/ (PR3)
    59.http://www.yattle.com (PR2)
    60.http://www.kapely.net (PR2)
    61.http://www.givealink.org (PR2)
    62.http://www.mecozz.com/ (PR1)
    63.http://www.shoppingdirec.info/ (PR0)
    64.http://buzztagz.com (PR0)
    65.http://space-ed.com (PR0)

    Of course there's much more tools, but I only listed the ones I use frequently :-)

    How to Increase my Alexa Rank?

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    Easy way to Boost up your Alexa Rank/ Quick Ways to Increase Your Alexa Rank

    Most of the webmaster like to grab a high position in Alexa Rankings. Well if you don’t know what Alexa is then i will give a brief explanation on it.

    Alexa.com offers a search engine, a directory and a toolbar (among other services). It also has a resource called Alexa Traffic Rankings (Input your sites URL in Find sites About: box at the top when you get to Alexa.com), which is what we are focusing on when we study AlexaRank. Input your sites URL in Find sites column and Alexa will spit out the current ranking data for that site.

    Alexa rank is completely depend on your traffic(No.of.Visitors). Though there are other ways which can be helpful to improve your alexa ranking.

    But One of them is by using Alexa toolbar.

    Alexa Rank has more or less depend on traffic and people surf your website using Alexa toolbar.

    Alexa Toolbar collects all the usage data and it plays a vital role to rank websites, and it’s a nice advice if you ask your regular readers to use alexa toolbar that will also help getting your site read by alexa toolbar reader.

    Though now Alexa is updating its ranking in 2-3 days, so you can Easily Boost up your Alexa ranking. Keep in mind to Use Alexa Toolbar and ask your regular readers to use Alexa toolbar and Boost up your Alexa Rank From Today !

    How to get alexa widget code for your blog?
    Go to Alexa Site-Owners webpage from this link , Enter your website/blog address and get the codes for your blog.

    If you like this post, Please leave your comments (-:

    Does Blog Commenting help SEO?

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    One old SEO technique that I still see is that of blog commenting.

    Years ago, it was an easy way to generate links to your website. All you had to do was leave a comment on a blog and either add your website to the comment or populate the URL field. Either way, you’d get a nice link to your website. It didn’t require much effort and over a few weeks you could add hundreds of links to your website from hundreds of different websites.

    Naturally, the more people did this the more out of control it got. People were leaving comments such as ‘Great post!’ and then dropping a link to their website. Or they were putting their name down as ‘Cheap Car Insurance’ so that they’d get nice keyword rich anchor text as well as a link.

    Unsurprisingly, this doesn’t really work anymore.

    For a start, most blog owners are pretty wise to people commenting on their blogs and if they see anything that looks remotely spammy then it gets deleted. Also, the majority of blogs are configured so that all links in the comments field are ‘nofollow’, which means that Google will ignore them anyway.

    So, no matter how much time you spend adding comments – it will have virtually no impact on your website’s ranking ability.

    There are a few ‘dofollow’ blogs out there, and there are a few lists of dofollow blogs but beware, if you’re caught trying to spam them then the consequences can be unpleasant.

    So when you’re commenting on blogs now, do it to add something to the conversation. If you add something worthwhile or insightful, and it’s a popular blog then you may just drive a few visitors to your website. Surely that’s far better than a miniscule push to your website rankings?

    What are your thoughts? Leave your comments below!