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How low can you go for links?
Begging for links from my users...
wolfadeus




msg:415830
 8:14 pm on May 5, 2006 (gmt 0)

I just added a paragraph to my site in which I beg for links from my users...underlining that it is a free service that provides independent information of the sort they won't find in other places, so if they appreciated that sort of info, "they" (meaning users that happen to have a blog, website, etc.) should refer others to it.

Not so sure whether this will have any effect at all, but at least I'm amused about the whole thing.

 

treeline




msg:415831
 11:54 pm on May 6, 2006 (gmt 0)

Does your mom have a website?

wolfadeus




msg:415832
 9:42 am on May 7, 2006 (gmt 0)

oh, good one! I'll register her for one of these free instant-services right away! ;)

delphian




msg:415833
 9:41 pm on May 11, 2006 (gmt 0)

Wait, this is low?

I have forms for my users to submit unique content to my site, in addition to recording links they have developed into my site. They get points for doing so. A good inbound link gets them more points then a drawing, but less than a fiction or review.

Basicly I have turned my users into content submitters and link monkies. In return, they get points which can be redeemed for product they enjoy.

Whas that low of me? :-O

It works... :-)

Bennie




msg:415834
 4:09 am on May 15, 2006 (gmt 0)

delphian

I love it - that's a great plan.

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