callivert - 9:57 am on Aug 27, 2007 (gmt 0) In laymans terms: Let's say, for example, you have a wordpress blog with a standard template. A regular blog.
"#1 - Pingbacks and trackbacks. If you add them to your site and you link to an article on any blog that has pings and trackbacks enabled (most do) you get an instant relevant deep link in the comments section of the blog."
That's beyond my level of knowledge. Can you please explain in layman's terms?
You write a post about Paris Hilton, and in that post you link to three other blogs, that have also recently written about Paris Hilton.
This is where "blog magic" happens. Your blog engine will run around to all the other blogs you've mentioned, and write a little comment in their comments sections, with a quote from your post and a link back to your blog. BAM! Three links.
In laymans terms: Let's say, for example, you have a wordpress blog with a standard template. A regular blog.