mromero - 2:17 am on Feb 8, 2011 (gmt 0)
They removed our content and in spite I guess, also the links. It does not matter. We own widgets.com thus have some Teflon coating to cope with dropped links. No way they have 200,000 visitors.....just B.S.
But the following day gained a couple of links from a good site that had broken links to us.
Just a little work to write the author and when she was clueless (the CMS was inserting trailing blank spaces), wrote to the editors and the links were fixed.
Webmaster tools found the broken links for us - good practice to log in and check those logs.